Emergency Lighting Systems for Hospitals and Healthcare Providers

Emergency Lighting For Hospitals & Healthcare Providers

General lighting standards for the healthcare industry are much higher than other services or industries. Surgical LED lights, germicidal lamps, and mobile luminance requirements have higher operational standards than a standard commercial facility. Emergency lighting and central lighting inverter systems for healthcare facilities must adhere to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) National Life Safety Code… Read More

ABB Fast Transfer Three Phase Lighting Inverter Systems for Commercial Applications

Lighting Inverter Supply’s announcement of their partnership with ABB to provide all lines of ABB Inverter Systems.

Why ABB Lighting Inverters? ABB provides technology solutions for the emergency lighting and inverter markets. In addition, the ABB Group proudly operates the Emergi-Lite® Global Emergency Lighting Research & Innovation Center in Canada, a pioneering technology leader. ABB provides a wide range of inverter technologies for the UL 924 emergency lighting inverter markets. Central Lighting… Read More

ABB Model IPS Lighting Inverter Systems for Commercial Applications

: Lighting Inverter Supply’s announcement of their partnership with ABB to provide all lines of ABB Inverter Systems.

Who is ABB? ABB is a global provider of technology solutions for the emergency lighting and inverter markets. In addition, the ABB Group proudly operates the Emergi-Lite® Global Emergency Lighting Research & Innovation Center in Canada, a pioneering technology leader. ABB provides a wide range of inverter capacities—ranging from 400 watts to 50kVA—through their line… Read More

How Often Should You Test Emergency Lighting Equipment?

how often to test emergency lighting equipment

Emergency lighting is one of the most important aspects of any building. Emergency lighting ensures that should a power outage occur, occupants will have light to safely exit the building. There are many reasons why you may need emergency lights in your facility: fire drills and evacuations, power outages, or as an alternative to natural… Read More

NFPA Standard For Emergency Lighting

How to Meet NFPA 70 Standard For Emergency Lighting

Emergency systems are intended to automatically supply illumination, power, or both to designated areas and equipment in the event of failure of the normal supply. These systems are also designed to kick in when accidents occur to elements of a system intended to supply, distribute, and control power and illumination essential for safety to human… Read More

What is NFPA 70?

what is nfpa 70

Navigating the NFPA 70E scope to derive at the important main points can be tedious. Author Brooke Stauffer provides a well thought out summary of topics for the translation of code. NFPA 70E Scope NFPA 70E-2004 is entitled Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace. It is related to the National Electrical Code (NFPA standard… Read More

Is a Central Battery Emergency System Right for Your Facility?

Central Battery Emergency System

When things go wrong and your normal electrical supply is interrupted, you will need an emergency lighting system you know you can trust. Whether from a utility outage or a failure somewhere within your building, your facility is required to have emergency egress lighting in the event of a power failure. But there are several… Read More

Emergency Exit Lighting Requirements for Buildings

emergency exit lighting requirements for buildings

What happens when the power goes out in your commercial building? If everything is working to basic standards, there should be a series of lights that come on to guide visitors and employees towards the exit in case of an emergency. If this isn’t happening as it is supposed to, or you don’t have this… Read More

Lighting Inverter vs UPS – Which Do You Need?

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When it comes to lighting inverters and UPS systems for lighting, clarifying the differences concerning need and application can be tricky, especially for beginners. While both provide the backup supply to your electrical systems, the main function of a UPS is to store electrical power supply, whereas an inverter’s function is to convert power into… Read More

Medical Power Solutions: Quality Lighting Inverters

medical power solutions

It is commonly known among industry experts that roughly 75% of electronics-based disruptions and failures are attributed to power quality issues. Whether from an electrical anomaly, such as a voltage spike, or a complete power outage, these disruptions to the performance of health care electronics can truly be the difference between life and death. The… Read More