Architectural emergency light
Sure-Lites Architectural Emergency Light from Cooper Lighting
The Sure-Lites Architectural Emergency Light from Cooper Lighting is designed to provide superior illumination while blending into the surrounding space. The housing is constructed of die-cast aluminum with an integral refractive polycarbonate lens and advanced optical design, which in conjunction with energy-efficient, long-lasting LEDs provides maximum path of egress lighting performance. Sure-Lites line-latched electronic circuitry makes installation easy and economical. A labor-efficient ac activated load switch prevents the lamps from turning on during installation to a non-energized ac circuit.
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