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Connecticut & Massachusetts Aluminum LED Mobility Exit Sign

Complies with the State of Connecticut Building Code requirements and provides an EXIT sign with a 6.0” International Symbol of Accessibility

Universal Mounting pattern is stamped into the back plate for easy surface Mounting to a J-box

Long life nickel cadmium Maintenance-free battery provides required 90 minutes of emergency operation

  • Construction
  • Durable, Extruded Aluminum
  • Letters
  • 6.0” high; 0.75” stroke
  • NFPA-Type, universal field selectable chevrons
  • Approvals
  • CSA-US listed
  • UL924
  • State of Connecticut Building Code Paragraph 1011.1.2
  • NFPA 101 Life Safety Code
  • NFPA 70-NEC
  • OSHA

Product Details

Above doors and in hallways around the globe, exit signs typically blend into the scenery in offices, stores, and nearly all public facilities. But in an emergency, clearly illuminated handicap exit signs are imperative for the safety and well-being of those in need of an escape route that is mobility accessible. These lighted signs also guide first responders as they navigate through unfamiliar structures. Reliable illuminated exit signs must be installed in all buildings and be visible at all times to ensure public safety. The top priority of every business, company, and landlord should be the safety of patrons and employees. Properly illuminated emergency exit signs are a vital component of any emergency preparedness plan.

The LPX-CTMA Extruded Aluminum LED Exit Sign with Mobility Symbol offers long-life and reliable service in a durable extruded aluminum unit. The maintenance-free Nickel-Cadmium battery provides 90 minutes of emergency operation, and brownout detection ensures emergency operation during periods of low line voltage. A universal mounting pattern is stamped into the back-plate for easy surface mounting to a J-box, and a line latch prevents the unnecessary discharge of the battery. The LPX-CTMA is compliant with the State of Connecticut Building Code requirements featuring a 6.0” International Symbol of Accessibility.