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The following places have been identified at which emergency luminaries should be located:
Near top and bottom of stairs.
Near changes of walkway levels.
Near changes of corridor direction.
Near the intersection of corridors.
Near an exit door.
Near fire-fighting equipment or
manual call points.
Near each First Aid point.
Normally emergency lighting systems are designed to provide an illuminated pathway
out of the property in the event of a power outage. |
They are arranged to provide continuity of this very essential service, are comprised
of lighting fixtures connected to the 110-volt power source. A sudden shutdown can create extensive damage for many types of equipment if no warning time exists to
prepare in an orderly manner. Hospitals, police and fire stations, and mission-critical facilities are among the most potentially vulnerable institutional and
commercial facilities. The system provides power for a battery, which runs the lighting system if an outage occurs. The lighting units are switched to the batteries
and run on their own low-voltage direct current. Generally, the lighting units are located in stairwells, corridors, lobbies and at key entrances and locations.
If the indicator light or specific-gravity check shows a discharged condition even though the charging
system is connected to a 110-volt power source and is charging, the cell life might be expired. The guard should note this problem on the inspection sheet so
the maintenance department can prepare a work order for replacement.
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Regulations change from one county to the next, so the codes that apply in one county may not be the same that apply in a
neighboring county. Also, different types of buildings have to comply with different regulations. For example, hospitals are required to comply with regulations that
are different from residential buildings. The best way to cover all possible angles is to make sure an engineer competent in the codes and regulations that apply
to the job site has reviewed and approved the emergency lighting layout.|
Be knowledgeable of the basic code requirements
There are two main standards for emergency lighting. The Underwriters Laboratories (UL) 924 Standard for Emergency Lighting and Power Equipment dictates
how the fixtures should be constructed, and how they should perform. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 101 Life Safety Code dictates how
buildings should be illuminated in case of a power outage. There is an important distinction between these two codes: UL 924 describes the fixtures themselves, while
NFPA 101 describes how the UL listed fixtures should be installed to provide adequate emergency illumination. Inspectors will check both the fixtures and the installation,
but as long as the fixtures are UL 924 listed, most of the inspection problems will arise from the way the fixtures were installed. Thus NFPA 101 is
what you should be mindful of.
Exit Signs Any point on, or leading to, an escape route must have an exit sign so that there is no ambiguity in the direction
of escape. Text only signs are obsolete and must be replaced. Exit signboards can be used, providing that an adjacent emergency luminaries illuminates the
board adequately. A more effective way of emphasizing the way out is to use internally illuminated exit signs.
Escape Routes It is essential that people can move safely along an escape route in an emergency. There are
often minor hazards such as steps that should be illuminated. It is not unusual for an object (trolleys, boxes, suitcases) to be left on the escape route, in which
case the lighting should be sufficient [a minimum of 1 lux on the escape route] for people to see the obstruction and avoid it.
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|LED Battery Back Up exit sign designed with durability in mind. The battery
provides 3 hours of emergency backup during any power outage. Cut the cost of lighting exits by up to 96% with this energy-efficient
sign Approx. $25.00|
Emergency Light and LED Exit Sign
|LED Battery Back Up Combination Emergency Light / Exit Sign designed
with durable high impact flame retardant thermoplastic. Unit can be used as a SINGLE or DOUBLE sign Approx. $48.00|
Fluorescent Emergency Ballast
|Fluorescent Emergency Ballast allows the same fixture to be
used for both normal and emergency operation. In the event of a power failure, the unit switches to the emergency mode and operates
for 90 minutes Approx. $69.00|
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