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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.

overview

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

MODENA - EMERGENCY SIGNAGE

areas of use

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