Products, Materials + Tools | Nov 09, 2006

ETAP Lighting launches K9 LED emergency lighting also for night lighting

K9 emergency lighting has found a new application as night emergency lighting.

The LED light source is lit day and night at approx. 10% of its nominal power.This is sufficient for a guard to make his night round in all safety. The continuous operation of the LED at reduced level will not affect its service life.
With this new K9 model, you not only have a reliable emergency lighting system, but also light at night, without ever having to replace a lamp.

About ETAP Lighting:
ETAP Lighting designs, manufactures and sells functional lighting and emergency lighting luminaires. We started in Antwerp in 1949 with the production of ship's lighting and in 1960 we moved to Malle. In that time ETAP has become one of the major players in the European lighting market. Our experience, which spans fifty years, is our best guarantee of quality and stability.

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