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Emergency Lighting


Staying Safe


Maintaining light levels when a building loses power is an important safety requirement. We take a look at how some great companies are prepared for an emergency.


Although we may not like to consider the possibility of an emergency occurring, the best way to avoid panic is to be well prepared. For the lighting industry, this means ensuring that light levels are maintained safely when there is a power outage. Emergi-Lite, a company that specialises


in providing safety solutions for just such an occurrence, has introduced a new space-saving EMEX Mini to its existing range of Central Power Control Systems. Specially designed for emergency lighting systems, the EMEX Mini provides a perfect solution for installations where space is tight, whilst providing the high performance and low maintenance features of the EMEX Power range.


Because of its modular construction, EMEX Mini reduces downtime as a result of a quick and easy installation process. Running costs are also minimised, as EMEX Mini operates in a low power mode. The EMEX Mini range supports a wide range of Emergi-Lite compatible luminaires, including cold cathode, LED exit signs and downlighters. With emergency lighting, it is imperative that installation is not only fast but also accurate, so that systems can be safely relied on when necessary. P4 FASTEL has been focusing on the creation of high quality, reliable lighting products since 1989, and their flagship emergency lighting


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system the M-web+ is an ideal solution for a number of projects. Due to an addressable location, a facility that recognises faulty fitting immediately, users can rest assured that installation has been completed correctly. If it hasn’t, there is no need for reading through technical drawings or calling technicians to help locate the problem, meaning reduced costs and a simple resolution of problems.


Alongside the simplified location of faults, the system also offers test procedures such as weekly function tests and deep discharge battery tests that are fully automatic, meaning a very efficient maintenance operation. The M-web+ can also be monitored remotely via tablet devices, Smartphones or on a laptop. Emergency Lighting Products Limited (ELP) has been working hard to develop their range of DALI emergency equipment, and has recently added fully interoperable DALI/Self-Test versions of their fluorescent inverters and emergency lighting LED control units. The new proSeries of emergency


control gear from ELP comprises three different aspects. The OMpro smart inverters offer operation of a full range of fluorescent lamps from just two module types, whilst the LDpro control units allow the maintained operation of high


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