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.
Fulham’s 120V/277V FHEC31 thermoplastic LED exit sign and lighting unit is injection-molded with an LED charge indicator. It is fully adjustable with glare-free lighting heads and is rated for damp locations. The snap-fit faceplate is designed for tool-free installation.
Isolite’s EXP series explosion-proof exit sign is designed for hazardous and damp locations. It features a curved legend panel that blends to create a floating edge-lit appearance. It is made of precision-cast aluminum housing and a laser-formed acrylic light guide.
Barron Lighting Group’s VEX-WP weatherproof and tamper-resistant LED exit sign is designed for wet, outdoor locations. It can be ceiling, wall or end-mounted. It is listed for locations between –4°F and 122°F and features a flame-retardant, high-temperature polycarbonate housing.
Isolite’s PH100 series photoluminescent exit sign can be seen from up to 100-ft. away. It is designed for outdoor, indoor and hazardous locations. It is available in single- and double-face models, and the panels are available in a red, green or black background. Its life expectancy is at least 25 years.
Hubbell’s PEERE-series, edge-lit, LED emergency exit sign can be mounted in a recessed wall or ceiling. The acrylic panels are ultrasonically welded and taped at the edges to maximize illumination and visibility. It can be ratcheted to various angles for mounting to angled surfaces, and it can be used in stairwells, hallways, offices and other commercial applications.