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Troubleshooting Tips for Emergency Light Fixtures
2015-04-14 17:22:30
 

 

 

Problem: The emergency unit does not light up and the LED indicator does not come on in your emergency light fixture.

 

 

 

 

Suggestion: Check to see if the power supply wires inside the unit are properly connected. If you have 277 volts of input power, connect the orange (277V) wire from the fixture to the black (hot) wire from the supply circuit. If you have 120 volts of input power, connect the black (120V) wire from the fixture to the black (hot) wire from the supply circuit. Also, in some cases, there might be a gap between the input clip and the circuit board of your indoor emergency lights. Make certain that the input clip is connected correctly and securely to the circuit board.

 

 

 

 

Problem: The emergency lights do not come on when the power supply is cut off to our emergency light fixtures.

 

 

 

 

Suggestion: The battery in the emergency unit needs to be connected right after AC power is supplied to the unit. Then, the battery needs to charge for at least a couple of hours before doing any initial tests of your emergency light fixtures. A 24-hour recharge time is required for a full 90-minute emergency operation. If the battery has been connected and properly charged, make sure all the light bulb connections are tight and secure and that the light bulbs in your emergency lighting products are in good condition. If you're still having problems, contact the manufacturer for further assistance. The battery might need to be replaced.

 


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