Exit Sign | Class 1 Div 2 Hazardous Location |12-20 Week Lead Time
Base Code: EX-C1D2
- UL 924 and 844 listed
- Temperature Rating (T-Rating) 160° (T3C)
- Class I, Zone 2 T-Rating 200° (T3)
- NFPA 101, NEC, IBC, BOCA, and OSHA illumination standard
- IEC 61951-1 Life Testing (batteries)
- UL listed for Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C & D; Class I, Zone 2, Groups IIA, IIB (+ H2) & IIC; and Class II, Division 2, Groups F & G
This item has been tested and meets safety standards imposed by the Underwriters Laboratories (UL).
This unit uses energy efficient and long lasting LED's.
Made in the USA
This unit is made in the United States.
- Direct-view LEDs
- AC-indicator lamp and push-to-test switch
- Automatic operation
- Low-voltage disconnect
- Dual 120/277 VAC input
- Solid-state, surge-protected electronics and circuitry
- Voltage-regulated charge
- AC lockout
- Brown-out protection
The EX-C1D2 series is constructed of impact resistant, fiberglass, reinforced polyester gray housing and includes stainless steel hardware and clear polycarbonate cover. The housing features a one piece formed gasket and corrosion-resistant hardware.
Illumination of the exit stencil face is accomplished with long lasting, high output LEDs, producing an average illumination level in excess of 25 fl at the end of the 90 minute emergency run time.
Upon failure of the normal utility power, an internal solid-state transfer switch automatically provides uninterrupted emergency operation for at least 90 minutes. The fully automatic solid-state, two-rate charger initiates battery charging to recharge a discharged battery in 24 hours.
Battery - Battery Backup
The EX-C1D2 series is designed with a free sealed nickel cadium battery (Battery Backup and Self-Testing Model only).
|Standard Option||19°C to 30°C / 65°F to 86°F|
Self-Testing OptionSTANDARD SELF-TESTING option enables a periodic self-test of the equipment where a test routine is established to perform a one minute test once a month with a 30 minute test performed on the sixth and twelfth month in accordance with NFPA 101. Equipment readiness faults are indicated with a visual LED display.
Dual voltage input 120/277 VAC operation with surge protection for all options. Battery backup models include brownout detection, AC lockout, low voltage disconnect, AC indicator, charge status indicator, audible user-interface controls, visual LED system fault indicator, and tactile push-to-test switch.