LED Nickel–Metal Hydride (NiMH) Combo Unit Red Letter Exit Signs
The exit signs category features lighted LED exit signs to comply with building fire codes and insurance standards. These energy-saving, illuminated, long-life LED exit signs use less than 5 watts of power, lowering your energy consumption and saving you money every month. We offer a wide range of designs and features for lighted LED exit signs including: Edge-Lit Exit Sign, Cast Aluminum Exit Sign, Steel Exit Signs, Wet Location Exit Signs and Self Testing Exit Signs.
Emergency LightsNot all emergency light fixtures are equal. Our manufacturers build each light to serve a variety of needs. There are Self Testing Emergency Lights, which can save you time on mandated testing. There are NEMA Certified Emergency Light fixtures, Explosion Proof fixtures, Concealed lights, Combo Exit Lights and even more. Within our inventory of emergency lights, selected from top manufacturers, you’ll find the perfect light for your facility. Don’t know what the perfect light for you is? You can browse our huge selection, or you can get some help from our team. Our people have been in this business for over thirty years, and they’re happy to talk about emergency light fixtures and much more. After all, emergency light is sort of our thing.
Combo UnitThese exit signs are also equipped with additional emergency lighting. Check out all of our LED Combo Unit Exit Signs
LEDThese energy-saving light emitting diodes use less than 5 watts of power, and comply with most insurance standards and building fire codes. Their greater efficiency, and lower energy consumption can save you money every month. We offer a wide range of designs and features for lighted LED exit signs including: EdgeLit Exit Sign, Steel Exit Signs, Wet Location Exit Signs and Self Testing Exit signs.
Red LetterNew York City and Chicago require exit signs to have red letters
Nickel–Metal Hydride (NiMH)
NiMH batteries can have two to three times the capacity of an equivalent size NiCd, and their energy density approaches that of a lithium-ion cell. Nickel–Metal Hydride batteries are good for high current drain applications because of their low internal resistance.
The disadvantage of NiMH batteries is their high rate of self-discharge. NiMH batteries typically lose 4% of their charge per day of storage. LSD NiMH batteries significantly lower self-discharge, but at the cost of lowering capacity by about 20%.