NEMA Guide to Emergency Lighting
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Provides information on emergency lighting systems, related codes, and regulations. Choosing the right product and overseeing its installation and operation should be of prime concern to architects, engineers, owners and operators. This is not a "How To" manual for emergency lighting and exit signs. It is designed to provide a basic understanding of emergency lighting unit and exit sign equipment and how it functions. This knowledge, coupled with the advice of other experts in the field, should help in identifying suitable options from which to choose when specifying the best equipment for the application.
Published Date: Feb.19.2013
Document ID: 100618
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