Emergency lighting control devices

UL924 Emergency Lighting Control Relay by Schneider Electric

11/23/2011


Schneider Electric has three emergency lighting control solutions: the UL924 Emergency Lighting Control Relay, the UL924 Emergency Lighting Control Relay with Panel Mount, and the UL924 Emergency Lighting Dimmer Control. These emergency control devices enable building owners, managers, contractors, and builders to implement the necessary emergency lighting in their facilities to meet compliance standards while saving energy, time, and resources. The UL924 Emergency Lighting Control products offer a versatile, simple, and energy-efficient solution that enables standard, existing fixtures to also be used for emergency lighting applications, saving the costs associated with the installation of additional emergency lighting fixtures. Also, the emergency lighting control devices require fewer maintenance costs and testing requirements than do backup batteries because they comply with the UL924 standard, reducing installation time. Finally, the emergency lighting control devices save both energy and money by providing emergency backup power only when needed.

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