50' View Photoluminescent Exit Signs - Plastic
Base Code: PAJP
Leading the industry in zero-energy egress systems, these exit signs utilize the latest photoluminescent technology to absorb and store ambient light. In the event of an emergency with blackout or smoky conditions this stored energy is immediately visible, creating a clearly recognizable, photoluminescent egress indicator. These innovative emergency egress signs reduce the risk of panic or injury during an evacuation, offering peace of mind while eliminating energy costs.
Does not quality for quick ship. Please allow up to five days unless quanitity exceeds 2.
This item has been tested and meets safety standards imposed by the Underwriters Laboratories (UL).
This unit uses long lasting, electricity free Photoluminescent Lighting(Glow in the Dark) Technology.
Made in the USA
This unit is made in the United States.
- UL 924 and NFPA 101 Life Safety Code
- LEED points qualified
- Zero energy consumption
- Zero maintenance - no bulbs or battery replacement
- Non-toxic, non-radioactive
- Designed for surface, flag, ceiling or conduit mounting
- Consistent, uniform illumination, 50 Foot visibility
- Life Expectancy +25 years
- Operating Temperature 50°F to 104°F
Previous Product Codes: PAJP
The ELCPAJP Series has a thin, low profile construction with ABS plastic paneling and photoluminescent lettering. This wire-free exit sign is high durability, non-toxic, non-radioactive and has a life expectancy of 25+ years.
Provides consistent, uniform illumination at a 50 foot viewing distance.
Upon failure of the normal utility power the ELCPAJP exit sign will provide at least 90 minutes of illumination.
The ELCPAJP exit sign series is suitable for wall mount, ceiling mount, and side mount. Typical ambient lighting is usually sufficient to charge the exit sign. Ambient light levels at sign location should be measured with a light meter to confirm that 5 foot-candles (54 lux) is present on exit sign face(s). There must be a minimum of 5 foot-candle (54 lux) on exit sign face(s) of LED, fluorescent, metal halide or mercury vapor light.