Litetronics has introduced its versatile new series of reliable and high-performing LED emergency battery back-up products for a wide variety of lighting applications. Designed to support the market’s broad range of commercial, industrial, institutional, and retail settings, Litetronics’ new emergency battery back-up options ensure that facility space will never go dark even when the power goes out.
In light of ever-expanding demands on the nation’s electric grid combined with storms that have increased in both frequency and severity, power interruptions and outages are occurring more often than ever. But Litetronics’ new series of LED emergency battery back-up products automatically kick into action, delivering battery power to designated fixtures and providing up to 90 minutes of light to enhance visibility and/or help guide building occupants to safety.
Specifically, Litetronics’ new LED Emergency Battery Back-Up series includes:
- Products for Litetronics’ Standard Fixtures and Retrofits — This 10W battery back-up unit delivers emergency power to a wide range of Litetronics’ standard LED panels, troffers, strip fixtures, and retrofits.
- Products for Litetronics’ Smart Fixtures and Retrofits — This 10W battery back-up unit delivers emergency power to a wide range of Litetronics’ Smart LED panels, troffers, and retrofits (and will temporarily override any sensor functionality).
- Products for Litetronics’ LED High Bays — This 20W battery back-up unit delivers emergency power to a wide range of Litetronics’ standard LED High Bays up to 200 Watts.
Ensuring 90 minutes of light following a power loss and sporting a long average rated life of 50,000 hours, Litetronics’ LED Emergency Battery Back-Up units offer such other beneficial features as enhanced pairing with indicator light options, monthly and annual self-testing capabilities, a manual testing and demo mode, and visible indicator lights that signal operational status. To support ease of installation, each EBB unit can be conveniently mounted above a grid ceiling or within an open ceiling application, while indicator modules can be easily recess-mounted within a ceiling panel or adhesive-mounted to the side of the fixture, the EBB unit, or another structure for easy visibility.