Model # PE007-30

Internet #202639870

Progress Lighting 2-Light Emergency Fixture Unit-DISCONTINUED
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Discontinued Progress Lighting

2-Light Emergency Fixture Unit-DISCONTINUED

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Emergency light fixture with integral 1-1/2 hour backup battery pack. White injection molded housing. Includes (2) 5.4-watt incandescent lamps for emergency lighting. 120/277VAC - UL listed for damp locations

  • White finish
  • Integral battery pack permits unit to be self-powered during power outage
  • 15 in. W x 5-1/8 in. H
  • Uses (2) 5.4 watt T5 wedge base bulbs (included)
  • UL damp location listed / UL94-5V rated
  • Meets life safety NFPA 101 requirements

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How do you take the unit apart to change the battery?

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October 24, 2012
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October 25, 2012
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Turn off power to the main unit. Remove unit from back plate by releasing the two tabs at the bottom with a narrow screwdriver blade and pull cover away from the wall to gain access to the battery.
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permitted in public building?

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May 28, 2012
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Yes, this fixture is primarily intended for public buildings. You'll need to reference your local building code for installation requirements (mounting height, spacing, number of fixtures per corridor, etc.).
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Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good product, easy installation. This is a very good and price competitive product. We installed pigtail AC cords on them to facilitate relocating them as required. We are using them in our server and phone room where emergency lighting is not normally required. July 11, 2011
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by You get what you pay for !!! Entry Level Emergency Light fixture that had poor build quality that requires four screws on backing plate to keep it from flexing and turning on the light when the circuit board pulls out of the connector. April 10, 2012
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