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areas of use

  • Internal & External Areas As Required
  • To Points of Safety

things to consider amount emergency lighting in general

When mains power is lost emergency lighting is required to ensure the occupants of a building can if required safely and quickly navigate out of the building to a point of safety. There are 3 main steps to creating an effective emergency lighting scheme: -

Step 1 - Exit Signage - Signage must be placed to provide a clear and unambiguously marked route to the final exit.

Step 2 - Mandatory Points - Emergency fittings are required at certain mandatory points to provide essential light. These include but are not limited to: -

  1. Stairs

  2. Changes of direction

  3. Changes in the height / level of a floor

  4. Exit doors

  5. Intersection of corridors

  6. Fire fighting equipment and call points

  7. Outside first aid point(s) 

  8. Outside of final exit and to a point of safety

Step 3 - Infill Lighting In addition to the above points "infill" emergency lighting may be required to the achieve the correct emergency lighting levels, for example along a particular stretch of long internal corridor.


The Lux Bright Modena range of ceiling and semi suspended LED directional emergency signage will add minimalist sophistication to the emergency directional signage of a building. The intense LED light source has an estimated useful life of 60,000 hours. This means the double sided legend is visible from 30 metres away allowing occupants of a building to safely evacuate a building, should it be required. Each fitting comes complete with a legend kit (Up, Down, Left and Right arrow) and can be set to work in either non maintained or maintained modes of operation. The integral battery pack has a minimum of 3 hours use.  

benefits of the modena range

1) High Quality Components - means a low failure rate and therefore expensive mainentance charges are avoided, not to mention the time it can take to rectify such issues.

2) Reduced Maintenance Cost - typical maintained emergency lights using fluorescent technology will typically need their fluorescent lamp replacing every 12-18 months. If a Modena emergency directional light is used it will not need replacing for an estimated 60,000 hours, this is the equivalent to almost 7 years of continual operation. 

3) Aesthetic Appeal the slim lines of the Modena range compliment a modern environment