Dual-Lite LED Emergency Light Vandal Resistant Shield for EZ-2, LZ, LZ High Capacity, EXT-122-EM-K, & EZ-2R Series
Dual-Lite LED Emergency Light, 10.8W Double Head Self-Contained - Beige
Dual-Lite LED Emergency Light, 10.8W Double Head Self-Contained Damp Listed - White
Dual-Lite LED Emergency Light, 10W Double Head Low Profile - Black
Dual-Lite LED Emergency Light, 10W Double Head Low Profile - White
Dual-Lite LED Emergency Light, 10W Double Head Low Profile Damp Listed - White
Dual-Lite LED Emergency Light, 10W Double Head Low Profile Damp Listed w/Spectron - White
Dual-Lite LED Emergency Light, 120/277V 10.8W Double Head Self-Contained - White
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Dual-Lite LED Emergency Light, 14.4W Double Head Self-Contained w/Spectron - Beige
Dual-Lite LED Emergency Light, 14.4W Double Head Self-Contained w/Spectron - White
Dual-Lite LED Emergency Light, 15W Double Head Remote Low Profile - White
Dual-Lite LED Emergency Light, 17.7W Wet Location 1067 Lumens - Dark Bronze
Dual-Lite LED Emergency Light, 17.7W Wet Location 1067 Lumens - Platinum Silver
Dual-Lite LED Emergency Light, 17.7W Wet Location w/120VAC Photo-cell 1067 Lumens - Dark Bronze
Dual-Lite LED Emergency Light, 17.7W Wet Location w/120VAC Photo-cell 1067 Lumens - Platinum Silver
How to Select
How to select Emergency Lighting
Emergency lighting is a very important piece of lighting equipment that should be installed in your home or office. Such lighting fixtures are designed to save lives during emergencies and have proven to be efficient in millions of residential homes and office buildings. Westside Wholesale has prepared the follow guide for you in hopes to help you select the most suitable emergency lighting equipment for your home or office.
The first thing that you need to do is select the type of the lighting fixture that would suit your needs best and its size. To know this information, you should read the NFPA requirements and find out what the recommended type of emergency light is for your particular building. After you know this information, selecting exit signs and emergency lights becomes much easier.
The next factor to consider is the lighting technology that emergency signs use. The most common types that are offered these days include tritium, LED, self-luminous and photo-luminescent signs. While all of these technologies practically offer the same lighting features, some are more efficient and reliable that others. If you are looking for the most cost-efficient emergency lighting options, select the signs that are equipped with LED bulbs.
After you have specified the type and lighting options of the fixtures, it is time to think about their installation. Pay attention to the mounting accessories that come with the lights and ensure that they will be enough to mount the emergency light. The material and its durability are also details you should consider. After all, you want your emergency lights to be resistant to temperature changes in case a fire starts in the building. Moreover, exit signs have to operate in wet conditions as well.
Why do I need to install emergency lighting in the building? NFPA safety codes demand that every residential, commercial or industrial building should have emergency lighting installed. This is not a bureaucratic whim but a reasonable requirement that helps save people’s lives in case of emergencies. Never underestimate the power of an exit sign until you are looking for one in a crumbling building.
How expensive is the maintenance of emergency lights? The amount of money you will spend on emergency lights’ maintenance depends on many factors, including the area of the building, number of such lights installed in it and the type of lighting technology that they use. Selecting efficient options, such as LED or CFL emergency lights, will help you save money in a long run.