Precautions during installation

What should you pay attention to when installing emergency lighting?

  • Only have damaged cables and cords replaced by qualified personnel

    Damaged cables and cords can pose a serious safety risk, potentially leading to electric shocks, short circuits, and fires. Qualified personnel are trained to follow safety protocols, make accurate diagnoses, and perform necessary replacements according to applicable safety standards.

  • Maintain sufficient space around the luminaire for proper ventilation

    Emergency lighting fixtures generate heat during their normal operation. If there is insufficient space around the fixture, the accumulated heat cannot be effectively dissipated. This can lead to overheating of the fixture, resulting in reduced performance and shortened lifespan. Providing adequate ventilation space allows for more efficient heat dissipation.

  • Ensure that ventilation is not obstructed

    If ventilation is obstructed, for example by obstacles, walls, or other objects placed too close to the fixture, heat cannot be efficiently dissipated. This can lead to overheating, negatively impacting the performance of the fixture and shortening its lifespan.

  • Dispose of defective fixtures and batteries in an environmentally friendly manner

    Emergency lighting fixtures and batteries often contain materials that can be harmful to the environment. When these materials are released into the environment, they can cause soil and water pollution. By disposing of defective fixtures and batteries in a responsible manner, the risk of environmental contamination is minimized.

  • Only replace the LiFePo4 battery with the same type of battery

    LiFePO4 batteries have specific properties and technical characteristics. Using a different battery with different specifications can result in incorrect performance, reduced lifespan, and potential damage to the fixture.