A Guide to Emergency Lighting by Chris Watts

By Chris Watts

This publication is a must-have for anyone excited about the layout, set up and production of emergency lights platforms to fulfill hearth protection possibility checks

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Details of the national and any local requirements that will have to be complied with for the particular building application type. Information regarding the likely emergency lighting equipment that could be considered for use. This will enable it to be considered for its aesthetic impact on the building and provide its performance to enable the spacing layout to be assessed. If the project is an extension or modification of an existing building, details of that installation should be available together with any old fire certificates and commissioning certificates that have been issued and also the test records.

BS 5266-1:2011 A Guide to Emergency Lighting 35 3 Code of practice for the emergency lighting of premises (BS 5266-1) Although this is shown in the diagram as being mounted above, it can also be to the side of the route if necessary. Figure 10 – Disability glare EN 1838 details the precise value limits but for practical purposes the only luminaires likely to cause problems are the high output beam projector units. Illumination requirements for safety signs To enable the sign to be seen and its message recognized BS 5266-7/EN 1838 specifies the minimum illumination of any patch of the sign, its uniformity and the contrast between the white and green colours.

The safety requirements for batteries are given in BS EN 50272-2:2001. This details both ventilation and electrical safety precautions for all stationary battery installations. There are stringent limits for systems with batteries above 120 V nominal, particularly for installation and maintenance. 22 A Guide to Emergency Lighting Other related standards BS EN 62034, Automatic testing systems for emergency lighting With the increasing cost of labour, automatic testing systems for emergency lighting systems are becoming increasingly attractive.

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