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Exit Sign/Emergency Lighting Fixture Targets Improved Versatility

The new DYNC Combo from Dual-Lite is a versatile exit/emergency lighting combination fixture designed to provide a minimum of 90 minutes illumination for industrial applications. The introduction of the DYNC Combo completes Dual-Lite’s comprehensive Dynamo family of emergency lighting fixtures suitable for a variety of industrial uses in demanding environments that are highly-regulated.

The DYNC combo has been specifically designed for wet locations such as chemical plants or food processing, storage, wastewater treatment and production facilities where there is frequent hose down activity. The military-grade die-cast aluminum housing is fully gasketed and corrosion resistant. The UL Sanitation rated DYNC Combo also features a clear polycarbonate face plate and lamp head covers to protect the adjustable LEDs, which can be adjusted without removal.

The three high-power LEDs offer 514 lumens each to provide superior spacing and coverage in the event of an emergency. This market-leading performance achieves up to 54′ forward throw or 71′ of side-to-side coverage. The adjustable lamp heads optimize the light pattern at various mounting heights. Each product in the Dynamo Series provides the same level of lumen output with no light degradation for the full 90 minutes of battery discharge.

The NEMA 4X-rated DYNC Combo also features Dual-Lite’s Self-Test, Self-Diagnostics standard.

The Features and Benefits of the DYNC Combo include:

  • Fully adjustable, integrated high-output LED lamps
  • UL924 certified with listed visibility at 100′
  • NEMA 4X-rated
  • Damp location listed
  • Red or green letters in white or black finish
  • Remote capacity options
  • Self-Test, Self-Diagnostics with fault diagnosis
  • Surface, end or top mounted
  • Long-life Lithium Iron Phosphate battery
  • LED lifetime warranty

Contact FacilitiesNet Editorial Staff »   posted on: 1/15/2019

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