Canopy light for emergency lighting

LED Canopy Light for emergency lighting by MaxLite


MaxLite offers an LED Canopy Light for emergency lighting that operates at 40 W. It is constructed with DLC-compliant optics for parking structure illumination. This fixture is also supported with an enclosed emergency battery backup system, which runs for 90 minutes at 30% output illumination. Running on 120 or 277 V systems, these canopy lights can be wall- and ceiling-mounted, using either a junction box or conduit connection. This fixture conforms to fire, light, and safety requirements for egress illumination. Constructed with durable polycarbonate lenses, MaxLite’s LED Canopy Lights are mounted to die-cast housings finished in powder-coated white or bronze architectural colors.


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