Canopy light for emergency lighting

LED Canopy Light for emergency lighting by MaxLite

06/10/2012


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.

MaxLite

www.maxlite.com



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