Starter Info

Emergency Lighting in it’s simplest terms is lighting that is available when the mains power fails. This enables you to exit a building safely in an emergency power outage situation.

A building will have an emergency lighting system consisting of exit signs and emergency luminaires that emit light to a specific level.

Standard Exit box

Standard Exit box

Above is a typical exit sign
you usually see these above doors and indicate which is the best way to exit the building.

 

This is a typical bulkhead

Emergency Bulkhead

Emergency Bulkhead

LED Emergency Bulkhead

LED Emergency Bulkhead

these are the simplest form of self contained emergency lighting and you will probably see them in corridors or rooms where the decor isn’t that important.

 

 

 

 

 

Twin Spot Emergency Light

Twin Spot

LED Emergency Twinspot

LED Emergency Twinspot

These twinspots are used for lighting up large areas or for fixing to walls high and out of the way.

Please note that the info in this site is for reference only and you should always seek the advice from a qualified electrical installer and your local fire officer. We do not accept responsibility for how you interpret this information and any errors in systems from following this site.