Emergency Lights (HALO-ES-JW-001)

Emergency Lights (HALO-ES-JW-001)
Technical Data: 

An emergency light is a battery-backed lighting device that comes on automatically when a building experiences a power outage. Emergency lights are standard in new commercial and high occupancy residential buildings, such as college dormitories. Most building codes require that they be installed in older buildings as well.
By the nature of the device, an emergency light is designed to come on when the power goes out. Every model, therefore, requires some sort of a battery or generator system that could provide electricity to the lights during a blackout.
Standard Feautures


  • Injection-molded thermoplastic ABS housing
  • UL-90V-0 Flame rating
  • Two fully-adjustable glare-free headlights


  • Wall or Ceiling mounting
  • Easily removed mounting j\knocks-out J-Box on back panel


  • 120/277 vac Dual Voltage Operation
  • Optional 230V AC input voltage operation
  • Test switch and charge rate indicator
  • Low energy consumption-only 2.0 watts at 120V


  • 2x6 DC6v T5 wedge base lamps
  • LED Lamps for emergency mode


  • Sealed Lead Acid or Lead Calcium 6V 4AH rechargeable battery
  • Two (2) hours_10% emergency lighting duration
  • Low voltage battery cut-off protection