Emergency Drivers for Lighting System

Emergency Lighting is a code requirement for every commercial building. We will talk more about what it is and why it is needed, but first, what is a driver?

Why are emergency exit signs red or green?

One of the most shocking incidents in American industrial history occurred on March 25, 1911, in New York City. The Triangle Shirtwaist Company factory burned, killing 146 workers. The tragedy was largely preventable as most victims died due to neglected safety features and locked doors within the building.

UL 924 – Emergency Lighting and Power Equipment

The UL 924 standard is applicable for emergency lighting and power equipment circuits of 600 volts or less, which is intended to supply power and illumination in critical locations when the regular power fails.

Emergency Lighting Inverter

What is an Emergency Lighting Inverter?

No matter the battery capacity, an inverter provides several advantages over other systems. Learn more about how inverters support emergency lighting systems.