e-conolight offers a wide range of high-quality LED emergency lights suitable for commercial, retail, and industrial applications. Our commercial LED lighting provides reliable illumination during a power outage or emergency.
With advanced LED technology, our lights offer bright, long-lasting illumination that consumes less energy than traditional lighting sources. That’s savings in your pocket. e-conolight's emergency lights come in various types and styles and meet the latest safety standards and regulations.
Emergency lights are indoor lighting fixtures that provide illumination during a power outage or other emergencies. LED emergency lights use light-emitting diodes (LEDs) as their light source. LEDs are highly efficient and consume less energy than traditional incandescent or fluorescent bulbs.
There are various types of LED emergency lights, including exit signs and remote heads. These lights can be wall-mounted, ceiling-mounted, or recessed, and are typically connected to a battery backup system to ensure they function during power outages. Easy installation and use - that’s our motto.
Wall-mounted emergency exit lights are required in many commercial and industrial buildings to meet safety standards set by organizations like NFPA, ICC, and OSHA. These regulations stipulate that emergency lighting systems must be installed in all means of egress and provide illumination for at least 90 minutes during a power failure. It's important to have your emergency lighting system inspected and tested regularly by a qualified professional to ensure compliance with these requirements.
How long an LED light lasts depends on a variety of factors, such as the quality of the lights, the frequency of use, and whether you have a mischievous cat hanging around who likes to play with the switches. On average, LED emergency lights can last between 50,000 and 100,000 hours, which is much longer than the lifespan of traditional lighting solutions.
Generally speaking, wall-mounted emergency lights are relatively easy to install if you follow the instructions. All you need is a sturdy wall, a steady hand, and a little patience.
The best way to test LED emergency lights is to follow the manufacturer's instructions, which usually involve pressing a test button or disconnecting the power source.