Emergency lighting

Batteries for emergency lighting provide a critical function in hospitals, schools, office buildings, and more.  They guide the way to important destinations and exits in dimly lit areas and in the event of power outages.  The power requirements for emergency lighting are one or more 4,6,or 12v sealed lead-acid batteries.  Monthly tests should be performed to ensure that emergency lights and exit signs provide no less than 90 seconds of illumination during a power failure. Failure to maintain emergency lighting can result in business code violations.  Some facilities may have monitoring devices, and it is still recommended that batteries be changed out before they go bad.  


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