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Emergency Lighting Introduces New Maintenance Features - Barron Lighting Group - Facility Management Product Release


Emergency Lighting Introduces New Maintenance Features: Barron Lighting Group

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Barron Lighting Group, the originator of the LED exit sign in the Exitronix brand, introduces the latest generation of emergency lighting, the SCL and CRL Series. Constructed of high quality steel, these compact designs deliver best-in-class optical performance and are packed with cost-saving maintenance features.

A tool-less, hinged door provides safe access to the 6V NiMH battery without exposure to line voltage. And the patent-pending numeric indicator display ensures error-proof fault/ status detection. Utilizing 3.6 Watt (W) fully adjustable LED lamp heads, these units lead the industry with maximum on-center spacing up to 60 inches, and an exclusive 58 degree wide beam lens delivers best min-to-max ratio for lower mounting height or shorter corridor applications. Brown-out, low voltage, overload and short circuit protection combined with a standard 5 year fixture/ 5 year pro-rated battery warranty, ensure these USA assembled units deliver long-lasting emergency lighting.

The SCL Series, designed for wall or stem mount applications, is a compact 9.1” x 5.3” and operates through a wide temperature range of 0-40C. The CRL Series, designed for recessed T-bar ceiling applications, also combines performance and dependability with a clean, architectural appearance.

“We listened to our customer’s needs to provide a solution for performance and lowering ongoing maintenance repair time and costs for years to come,” says Alan Tracy, owner, and president of Barron Lighting Group.


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posted: 7/27/2016