This sections collects all of Safelincs' emergency lights into a single location, allowing for comparison between models as well as providing an easy way to browse all available options to those still unsure about the type and styles of lighting needed. From traditional bulkheads to stylish, recessed options, Safelincs offer an extensive range of emergency lights including energy-saving LED technology and IP65 rated lights for outdoor use.
During a power failure, the Arc 8W slave unit is powered from a central bank of batteries located within the building. The Arc AR8 features an IP65 rating, making it suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.
Suitable for indoor and outdoor use, the economy emergency LED twin spot lamp is a non-maintained unit which will only light in the event of a mains power failure and will remain illuminated for at least 3 hours.
Using slave functionality, allowing it to illuminate after a mains power failure via a separate central battery system located within the premises, the Pico is available with four different directional arrow legends to choose from.
The ceiling mountable Calabor 8W recessed emergency lighting bulkhead light slave unit, with a thin front trim plate and prismatic diffuser, provides a low-profile and stylish finish suitable for indoor use.
Available for 24V, 50V, 110V, and 230V central battery systems, this 8W fluorescent slave fitting will provide 275 lumens of emergency illumination during a mains power failure both indoors and outdoors.
IP55 rated – suitable for light industrial applications
Self-extinguishing polycarbonate body and diffuser
IP55 rating for use outdoors or in light industrial environments
With a fully recessed design, the ceiling mountable Calabor LED emergency bulkhead provides a stylish lighting solution with a greater lamp lifetime and reduced power consumption compared to standard units.
If fires break out, the normal lighting system is often interrupted and the building is plunged into darkness. Escaping the fire, especially if there is panic can then be very difficult. Emergency lighting is therefore installed to give a minimum of light. Emergency lights have backup batteries which are trickle-fed by the mains power system. When the power supply fails, the emergency lights automaticall come on. Emergency lighting can be maintained (on all the time) or non-maintained (only on when power fails)