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Providing A Regulated Output To Emergency Lighting Fixtures

by Suzanne Hooley

Emergency Lighting

We are sometimes asked the question,  “Is it important that emergency lighting inverters provide a regulated output to emergency fixtures?”

The answer is a resounding  “YES”!    And here’s why!

A regulated voltage source:

  • Provides stable voltage to LED drivers and PFC ballasts.
  • Minimizes voltage drops associated with longer wire runs.
  • Results in less-frequent replacement of ballasts, LED drivers, and in particularly the lamps themselves.
  • Assures that facility egress lumens are maintained 100% (will not diminish) over the full 90 minutes of emergency power.

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Share your question(s) with us below!   And meanwhile, learn how to simplify NFPA 101 compliance and lower maintenance costs by using our centralized emergency lighting inverters!

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