What does emergency lighting mean?

Answer:

Emergency lighting, also called E-Light (= Emergency Light), ensure by means of a separate power source in the event of power failure, people are able to leave a building safely. On this page you can find the most important information regarding emergency lighting.

Emergency luminaries use rechargeable batteries, in most cases NiCd batteries. These batteries must have a higher capacity than the standard series and also be suitable to function in an environment with extremely high temperatures. Meanwhile, other techniques, such as NiMH, are emerging. However, these techniques are not (yet) applicable to situations where extreme temperatures occur. Emergency lighting is a safety devise and therefore requires high demands on the reliability of the components and its batteries.

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