exit emergency lighting


Exit Emergency lighting is a lighting fixture along with a battery pack that starts automatically when a building lighting system turns off when power fails and it helps in the event of an emergency these lights play an important role in the safety of the residents, buildings, and other establishments.

If in any case of power failure these lights illuminate, utilizing batteries to individual indicate the fastest and safest route for occupants to exit the building. Fire security systems require to incorporate emergency lighting because it can save lives, property, and finance.

It is designed to make that it help in the occasion of the normal power supply failing, illumination is provided promptly, automatically, and for sufficient time. Occupants of a building can evacuate safely in the case of an emergency, such as a fire. 

An emergency light is a battery-backed lighting appliance that switches on automatically when a building experiences a power outage.

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    When a fire alarm sounds without alert, and the fire begins to spread throughout a building, a sense of panic will often occur. If the building is dropped into the dark, which is often the issue during a fire, disorientation and confusion can occur, increasing the risk of damage or injury, and creating it all the more challenging for occupants to find their way out.

    A clear escape path signaled by lights, however, makes it more straightforward to leave the building safely during a fire.
    Emergency escape lighting is created to illuminate escape routes such as halls and stairways, as well as the location of fire-fighting equipment such as fire extinguishers, together with security equipment such as key boxes that house emergency keys to leave doors.


    Emergency and exit lighting are crucial components of any evacuation plan and a necessary link to safe escape when a fire or other hazard occurs at your workplace. At Damia Global Services we take your safety seriously and urge customers to have our certified technicians professionally install and also perform regular inspection of both their emergency lighting and exit lighting. We have the experience and knowledge to ensure your emergency and exit lighting system works properly when you need it most.

    DGS provides installation and inspection services for emergency and exit lighting in businesses.


    Emergency lighting should be a part of your fire protection plan to save lives in case of an emergency in your office building.

    During serious power outage situations, emergency lighting illumines all exit passages–including floor, tars, corridors, stairwells, ramps and escalators. Exit lighting also helps by pointing the way to a safe exit from building during any emergency.

    If your property needs emergency or exit lighting installed or replaced, contact DGS today for a FREE estimate!

    Our fire protection technicians can design a lighting system that will allow for a safe exit for your employees in case of an emergency situation.


    Most emergency lights and exit signals can be installed just like you would a commercial light fixture. These safety fixtures must, however, must be attached directly to the AC power circuit.

    Using a cord set is not supported in most cities and reduces the effectiveness of the battery backup unit.


    At Damia Global Services, we offer the following monthly inspection and annual testing schedule that adheres to state codes for emergency and exit lighting devices:

    Monthly inspection for emergency and exit lighting:

    • Test integrity of lights and batteries through test button for 30 seconds
    • Check for physical damage
    • Align the beam and tighten if necessary
    • Check AC electrical connection and charge lamps as needed

    Annual testing for emergency and exit lighting:

    • Full simulation 90-minute test
    • Disconnect AC power supply to each unit
    • Check battery and lens for corrosion or damage
    • Clean unit and lens as required
    • Adjust beam for proper placement
    • Check charging system voltage, check battery output voltage, and check line voltage


    DGS is here to serve your fire protection needs. We serve companies throughout these cities and the surrounding areas.