Maintained Emergency Lights
Maintained emergency lights are lighting fixtures that are designed to provide illumination during an emergency when the main power supply is disrupted. These lights are designed to operate in two modes: maintained mode and non-maintained mode.
In maintained mode, the emergency lights are powered by the main power supply and remain on at all times. This means the lights operate as normal lighting fixtures when the main power supply is not disrupted.
In non-maintained mode, the emergency lights are not powered by the main power supply and only turn on when the power supply is disrupted. These lights are usually installed in areas where people are not expected to be present during normal circumstances, such as emergency exit routes and staircases.
Maintained emergency lights are commonly used in commercial and industrial buildings, as well as public spaces to ensure the safety of people during an emergency.