China Emergency Light Manufacturers – Independent Emergency Lighting: Product Case


China Emergency Light Manufacturers     stated that as the efficiency of high-power LEDs continues to increase and the availability of various lenses on the market, stand-alone emergency LED luminaires now often provide the most cost-effective and simple solution for emergency lighting in a variety of applications. . With a range of lens types to control the distribution, the optical distribution can be tailored to your application, allowing you to maximize the spacing between fixtures, minimizing installation costs and energy usage.

  Dextra Lighting Highspot LEDs are housed in an IP65 polycarbonate housing to ensure they are used in applications that require dust, dust, water and light protection. With three lens options, the optical distribution can be customized for high-level open areas, low-level open areas, and shelf channels in storage applications. Highspot LEDs offer 500 lumens of output, designed for high-level applications, or must have very wide spacing between fixtures.

  The Dextra LED3 module allows the emergency luminaire to be installed in the best position, rather than being integrated into general lighting. This allows fewer fixtures to use a lower charging current than using a more common emergency kit in primary power lighting.

  The LED3 Series includes open areas and escape route variants to optimize luminaire distribution throughout the unit as well as in concave and surface variations.

  Both the Highspot LED and LED3 Series offer self-test and automated test variants to help you minimize the cost of emergency test requirements.

  Twinspot LEDs provide a flexible emergency lighting solution for high-level installations with minimal energy consumption and reliable LED light source, ensuring no maintenance of the lamp. The polycarbonate IP65 housing is rugged, dust-proof, dust-proof and waterproof, ensuring a wide range of applications in storage, manufacturing and industrial applications.

  The low power consumption of the LED light source allows Twinspot LEDs to operate with nickel-cadmium batteries without compromising lumen output, allowing low-cost batteries to be replaced without the environmental impact of traditional halogen sources for lead-acid batteries.