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It can be easy to take emergency lighting for granted. After all, it’s only there for emergencies, but what happens when an emergency comes? If your emergency lighting equipment is ready, you’ll have the necessary illumination to guide individuals to safety. Inverters are one of the key pieces of equipment used in emergencies.
The Case For Inverters
In situations of power failure, your emergency lighting needs to kick in 10 seconds after the lights go out. An inverter will store power for such cases and feed much needed juice to lighting fixtures and lamps. Though your inverter shouldn’t need to be used often, it will play an important role in safety.
As far as inverters go, the costs can range from hundreds to thousands of dollars. For this reason, you’ll want an inverter you now will last, like Iota inverters. These inverters are UL certified, which means they’ve passed stringent standards and even exceeded them. Having one of these inverters could save your facility and personnel from serious harm and protect your organization from liability.
Iota inverters provide a level of reliability and sophistication you need in your emergency lighting. They will automatically run a variety of lamps and fixture types. They’ll also automatically run switched, normally-on, or normally-off fixtures. Last of all, they lengthy warranties from the manufacturer—three year warranty and a seven year warranty on the battery. Your iota inverter will be ready for emergencies years down the road.
You can learn more about Iota inverters from our products page, or you can give us a call at 763-542-3155.