Isolite’s 360W ELH emergency luminaire can power multiple remote heads. The locking twist-collar securely holds the lens for quick and easy relamping, and brownout detection ensures emergency operation during periods of low line voltage.
Barron Lighting Group’s QMS series emergency luminaire features adjustable square heads and is designed for commercial areas. It is suitable for damp locations and can be mounted on the wall or ceiling. It operates in temperatures between 32°F and 112°F.
Hubbell’s HLEBS series hazardous-location emergency lighting system is designed for environments known to have high concentrations of gas, explosive vapors and dust. The battery unit operates in temperatures between 32°F and 113°F, and the remote lamp heads operate up to 131°F. It is explosion-proof and dust-ignition-proof.
Hubbell’s LT series 120/277V AC exit sign features an emergency lighting unit and UV stable thermoplastic housing. It is available with Spectron self-testing and selfdiagnostic electronics with a time-delay transfer standard. It operates in temperatures between 50°F and 104°F. Some models are rated for damp locations.