Emergency Lighting Inverters
Egress Lighting Solutions Brochure – Learn more about the “NFPA 101 Life Safety Code”, UL 924 listings, on-line and standby off-line lighting inverter topologies, as well as how our inverters meet (and can exceed!) NFPA 101.
Emergency Lighting Inverters Brochure – Review our complete lineup of Centralized Emergency Lighting Inverters, including bulleted features of each model!
Seismic Test Criteria and Results Summary – The EON Model EL3 & UltraLITE Model ELU have been shake-table tested and meet seismic standards which satisfy applicable portions of the California Building Code (CBC 2016) and the International Building Code (IBC 2015). The verification testing required is recognized and accepted throughout the U.S. and many other countries.
For additional information regarding our Emergency Lighting Inverter products and their applications, please Contact Us via our website, or simply phone us at (800) 521-4792. We look forward to hearing from you!
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