LED Emergency EXIT light

//LED Emergency EXIT light

b-LED Emergency EXIT lights

Product Description

b-LED Emergency EXIT lights offer vibrant, clear, and powerful emergency lighting that perfectly comply with building fire codes. They are exclusively manufactured using the very best top quality materials and modern technology in accordance with industry quality norms. They are typically battery powered, and automatically switch on as soon as a building experiences a power outage, which enables people to reach a place of safety. These Emergency EXIT lights contain long lasting rechargeable batteries, featuring a handy push-to-test switch and 90 minutes of battery backup.
 Up to 70% energy savings compared to standard CFL.
 Long lifetime of 40,000 hours/ 3 years warranty.
 No UV/IR light.
 Environment friendly, without mercury or any other hazardous substances.
 Very Bright Lighting.
 Fuse protection.
 Easy to Assemble.
 Built in battery Nickel cadmium, 3 hours backup.
 Civil defence approaved.


Emergency Exit Lights are vitally important to each and every business, as their primary function is to illuminate the exit pathway of a building when electrical power is disrupted. However, they are also excellent for indoor commercial, retail and industrial applications.


 Emergency EXIT lights use a battery to power their lamps. This ensures continuous readiness and functionality of the emergency light, but batteries must be inspected at regular intervals to be certain that they keep on charging.
 Please read and follow the manual instructions carefully.
 Make sure that the system is linked to electrical service as outlined by local and national electrical codes
 Installation of the luminaires should be carried out by the experienced persons who is well familiarized with the luminaires’ operation.
 Wear appropriate safety equipment while installing or servicing luminaire.
 Always verify that electric power is switched off before installing or servicing.
 Make sure the switch of product is off prior to connecting to the power supply.
 Installation must be operated under the required voltage; never exceed the stated wattage as this could overheat the transformer.
 Operation in opposition to guidelines might damage your property even harm to your personal safety