Emergency Lighting

Emergency Lighting


Will Your Emergency Lights Work When You Need Them?

Emergency and exit signs provides lighting in corridors, stairwells, ramps, escalators, aisles, and exit passageways during power outages. If your emergency lights fail to operate properly, the building occupants can become disoriented.

Routine maintenance of emergency lights and emergency lighting is frequently overlooked until and emergency occurs–and then its too late. Regular maintenance is required by NFPA Standard No. 101, chapter 31, section 1.3.7.

Providing exceptional quality products for all your lighting needs.

  • Indoor emergency
  • Wet location emergency
  • Industrial emergency
  • Indoor exit
  • Industrial exit
  • Indoor & Industrial emergency/exit combination units.
NFPA Standard No. 101-31-1.3.7

“A functional test shall be conducted on every required emergency lighting system at 30-day intervals for a minimum of 30 seconds. An annual test shall be conducted for the 1 1/2 hour duration. Equipment shall be fully operational for the duration of the test. Written records of visual inspections and tests shall be kept by the owner for inspection by the Authority Having Jurisdiction.”

Testing Procedures for Emergency Lights

  • 90 Minute full function test
  • Disconnect AC power supply to each emergency light
  • Check battery and lens for sulfating
  • Clean each emergency light and lens as required
  • Adjust beam for proper alignment
  • Place Testing Label on the emergency light and Record in Testing Log
  • Troubleshooting/repair may also include
  1. Checking and adjusting charging system voltage
  2. Checking battery output voltage
  3. Check line voltage to remote fixtures

To schedule a free survey, repair, installation or inspection, please visit our Contact Us page and contact the Division applicable to your needs.