|Product Depth (in.)||1.94 in||Product Height (in.)||8.38 in|
|Product Width (in.)||11.75 in|
|Actual Color Temperature (K)||0||Color Rendering Index (CRI)||90|
|Color Temperature||Soft White||Compatible Bulb Type||Integrated LED|
|Connection Type||Battery/Hardwired||Emergency run time (min.)||90|
|Fixture Color Family||White||Fixture Color/Finish||White|
|Hardware Included||Yes||Letter Color||Red|
|Product Weight (lb.)||2.6 lb||Replaceable LED Module||No|
|Certifications and Listings||UL Listed||Manufacturer Warranty||5 Year Limited|
A: It is likely that your battery is not charging. On the initial install, it is necessary to hook up the battery. Make sure it is connected to the power source. Assuming you have good current going to the fixture, your battery will charge and the light will power on when you press the button. If this doesn't fix the problem, you may have a bad battery, in which case i would recommend returning if new or replacing the battery.
A: Yes there are battery “back up” powered exit signs. Typically line voltage 120/240/277 with a battery for power to illuminate the sign should the power go out.
A: Most are electric with battery backup for power loss.
A: You didn'ta provide exactly what EXIT you are talking about but when you look at the box make sure it has EL N (means nicad battery) in the description. And yes if it has a battery it has a test switch. Home Depot does sell a version that does not have a battery or test switch.