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Batteries save lives. While this may seem like a bold statement, it rings true in the numerous emergency situations that occur every day. During power outages, natural disasters, and unexpected catastrophes, batteries power emergency lighting and exit signage that give people the visibility they need to move with certainty, exit a building safely, saving their lives. In fact, emergency lighting has proven to be such an effective safety feature that in recent years the Occupational Safety and Health Administration has determined “Emergency Illumination Standards” that every organization must meet.
Behind every emergency light is a battery. Without a battery backup power source, emergency lighting systems would be useless in providing visibility. Upon the loss of power, these strong batteries fuel the intense illumination of emergency lighting and exit signage throughout a building for a minimum of 90 minutes. Today, modern emergency lighting systems utilize high-intensity LED lights and 6-12 volt lead-calcium batteries that can last for 10 years or more on continuous charge. Much like the headlights of a car, modern emergency lights use reflectors to focus and intensify the light they produce to allow the best possible visibility where it is most needed.
Purchasing the batteries you need for all your emergency lighting and exit signage can be a complex and expensive venture. Let Powerstride Battery help you with both of these concerns by providing you with a large variety of batteries, our ‘Smart Finder’ battery search field, quality customer service, and unbelievable prices. With over 1,500 emergency lighting batteries to choose from, we guarantee your satisfaction in finding a battery that meets your specifications and personal needs. Call or contact Powerstride Battery today and find the battery that could help save lives.