Does your emergency
lighting work? How long do they stay on?
What will you do when the power goes off and the
E-lights do not come on? Will your customers
and employees find their way out in the dark?
Worse yet, what if somebody injures themselves
because they did not see the step or wall?
Under the NFPA 101 Life Safety Code, emergency
lights are required to stay lit for 90 minutes and
be tested annually.
NFPA 101 7.9.3 Testing of Emergency
"A functional test shall be
conducted on every required emergency
lighting system at 30-day intervals for
not less than 30 seconds. An
annual test shall be conducted on every
required battery-powered emergency
lighting system for not less than 1.5
hours. Equipment shall be fully
operational for the duration of the
test. Written records of visual
inspections and tests shall be kept by
the owner for inspection by the
authority having jurisdiction."
NFPA 101 220.127.116.11 Testing
"Exit signs are connected to or
provided with a battery-operated
emergency illumination source, where
required in 7.10.4, shall be tested and
maintained in accordance with 7.9.3.
We can set up
automatic maintenance schedules to test the units
and make recommendations for necessary repairs.
We have the experts to service and maintain the
battery packs and remote lamps.
Have questions? You can contact the
experts at Clark Fire for personalized service.
Click here to contact