LED Emergency Light With Nickel Cadmium Battery
The Sure-Lites Emergency LED light has a 25-foot egress coverage and is UL-listed for 90-minute operation during a power outage. Built for a lifetime, this LED emergency light has self-diagnosis features and patent-pending AccuLED optics. Easy Hang features reduce installation time. The light's nickel cadmium battery ensures that it will not run out of juice during an emergency.
Refillable Nickel Cadmium Battery
Refillable nickel cadmium battery is one of the most popular types of batteries for LED emergency lights. This type of battery is used in emergency lighting systems, medical equipment, and other electrical devices. A nickel cadmium battery is a powerful and long-lasting option for LED emergency lights. This battery can last as long as 20 years under normal usage. A full charge can be achieved in about three to five hours.
AA-sized Ni-Cd batteries are a popular choice for emergency lighting solutions. The AA-sized battery packs have fast recharge times and near-fifteen-year lifespan. They are also lighter than their lead-acid counterparts, saving space in shipping. A nickel-cadmium battery is a great option for emergency lighting applications because it can withstand a wide range of temperatures, including -40 degrees Celsius.
20-year service in ambient temperatures
This LED Emergency Light with Nickel Cadmium Battery offers high-quality lighting for emergency and disaster preparedness situations. The durable, die-cast aluminum housing boasts a rust-resistant dark bronze powder coat finish and features a high-performance, 11-watt LED light source. Its prismatic polycarbonate lens and gasketed aluminum face cover ensure long-lasting performance and are both durable and weather-resistant. Powered by nickel cadmium batteries, this emergency light delivers up to 20 years of service in ambient temperatures.
This battery is highly toxic and is banned by the EU RoHS directive. It is widely used in emergency lighting and is often located inside an emergency exit sign. It is a popular choice for stand-alone emergency lights and emergency conversion kits because of its long service life and low cost of acquisition. However, it is important to note that the performance of the LED emergency light will gradually degrade after four years of continuous use. A lithium iron phosphate battery, on the other hand, is expected to provide three hours of continuous illumination for at least twice as long as a NiCd.
Lithium Ion batteries are most economical chemistry
There are many advantages of using Lithium Ion batteries. They are light, have a high energy density, and are comparatively inexpensive. Lithium is also one of the lightest metals. The weight of the lithium ion battery is about one-third of that of a standard NiCd battery. This allows for more efficient use of stored energy. It also provides good performance in extreme temperatures.
The energy density of lithium-ion batteries is significantly higher than that of lead-acid batteries, and they are more cost-effective. The price of lithium-ion batteries has decreased by more than ninety percent since 1991, and you can now find high-quality batteries at reasonable prices. This makes them the best choice for emergency lighting applications. Regardless of the type of LED emergency light, lithium-ion batteries offer a host of benefits.