Emergency lighting is most commonly utilised in business premises and places like hospitals. It detects when the power has failed and switches to utilising the backup battery, so you’re never without lighting for too long.
There are various sorts of emergency lighting. Standby lighting allows you to continue with your normal activities whilst the mains power is out. But your power might cut out due to a fire or other problem, so you might need to evacuate the building. With emergency escape lighting, you’ll be able to find your way out of the building safely without the threat of accidents. Escape route lighting outlines the quickest escape route so occupants can get out swiftly.
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