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Emergency lighting is powered by batteries and is triggered to come on when a building suffers a power cut. Emergency lighting is mostly found in industrial units, in hospitals, schools or colleges and high residency buildings like flats. Emergency lights mostly run on batteries but in buildings where these is a high volume of lights they may run on a back-up more

Emergency lighting is powered by batteries and is triggered to come on when a building suffers a power cut. Emergency lighting is mostly found in industrial units, in hospitals, schools or colleges and high residency buildings like flats. Emergency lights mostly run on batteries but in buildings where these is a high volume of lights they may run on a back-up generator instead. Modern building regulation state that they must be installed to any large new builds. Most lights use halogen bulbs in a floodlight fashion, illuminating a large area with bright, clear light. Stairwells are especially important to contain emergency lighting to optimise safety.

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