Beghelli Fluorescent Inverters
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Beghelli, with its headquarters in Italy, is truly a global company that exports a global brand in the lighting industry. With professional expertise, the most innovative technologies, fully dedicated R&D teams and key project management, Beghelli has been able to bring its brand values to the four corners of the world.
Today Beghelli's operations are present in 60 countries in North America, South America, Europe and Asia; clearly demonstrating the international spirit of the company.
Beghelli USA provides technologically advanced emergency lighting products and luminaires to the American market.
Manufacturing of lighting products has allowed Beghelli USA to spearhead the design and introduction of innovative code-compliant products, which are channeled to market through distribution across the country.
Beghelli sales continue to exceed the industry's growth rate allowing Beghelli USA to reinvest in new product development.
An Emergency Lighting Inverter is often referred to as a "UPS (Uninterruptible Power System) for emergency lighting". This description is accurate for each of our emergency lighting inverter products, in that they are a true uninterruptible, no-break power supply.
When selecting an emergency lighting inverter (UPS for emergency lighting), it is mandatory that the system is UL924 listed. UL924 ensures that the battery backup system has passed several critical discharge and recharge tests which are required for life safety. UL924 Listed Emergency Lighting Inverters.
Ballasts & Drivers
Compared to general-service incandescent lamps giving the same amount of visible light, fluorescents use one-fifth to one-third the electric power, and last eight to fifteen times longer. Fluorescents have a higher purchase price than an incandescent lamp, but can save over five times its purchase price in electricity costs over the lamp's lifetime. Fluorescent lamps contain mercury, which complicates their disposal. In many countries, governments have established recycling schemes for CFLs and glass generally.