Emergency lighting installations for LED made simple. If you install LED lighting in federal or state buildings, you have been stuck with expensive lighting options when trying to upgrade facilities to LED and stay compliant with the national emergency code. Green Lighting LED’s LED micro inverter can be easily field installed with LED fixtures or tubes, keeping facilities up to code without the hefty costs associated with competitive products.
LED Emergency Micro Inverter for factory and field installation
National Electric Code / UL / cUL compliance – GLL-EBS-20 is tested by UL and certified for both factory and field installation.
Power any UL listed LED tube or fixture, up to 25W load, for 90 minutes.
Buy American ARRA Compliant – American engineered and manufactured.
Polymer Lithium-Ion Battery Technology – The latest in battery technology provides longer cycle life, high energy density, zero memory effect, environmentally friendly with extremely high safety and reliability.
Green Lighting LED proudly manufactures, in the USA, its GLL-EBS-20 Emergency Lighting Micro Inverter. The inverter is used in conjunction with an LED fixture to create a code compliant emergency lighting fixture. The maximum load of the GLL-EBS-20 is 25 watts. In the event of a power failure, the micro inverter begins to provide full emergency power to the connected load for a minimum of 90 minutes.
When normal power is restored, the emergency backup driver automatically returns to charge mode. Batterycapacity is restored within 24 hours. The micro inverter does not affect normal light fixture operation and can be used with a switched or un-switched light fixture. Each unit comes with a test switch and charge indicator panel.
Never be caught in the dark on LED emergency lighting again. Green Lighting LED offers private labeling and OEM level pricing for all types of emergency LED fixture designs. Whether factory or field installing, Green Lighting LED provides an inexpensive, quality American manufactured product to the lighting marketplace.
If it looks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it must be a duck. We have all heard that old saying a time or two…right?
Well, how about this one? It looks like a bridge and acts like a bridge, it is just a bridge. Ok may be you haven’t heard that one before. But the citizens of the City of Pawtucket Rhode Island have.
During the 19th century, Pawtucket’s Slater’s Mill marked the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution and the bridge spanning the river became a commercial thoroughfare. Last built in 1958 the Pawtucket Bridge was becoming a safety hazard.
The people of Pawtucket wanted to do more than create a linkage over a relatively narrow New England waterway. They wanted to convey and showcase the series of extraordinary events that for centuries converged at this very spot.
From hand-hewn covered bridges to steel and concrete marvels, Rhode Islanders have long expressed pride in bridges and regard them as iconic structures.
Local and state officials worked with several companies in collaboration to build a structure that was more than just a means to allow drivers to cross the Pawtucket River on Rte. 95.
The new bridge is a beacon for Pawtucket blending with the city’s historic landscape and features enhanced lighting.
One of the brightest features of the Pawtucket River Bridge is the use of LED lighting. The obvious attention surrounding the LED lighting deals with the design aspects. The LED lighting enhances the look of the bridge and is easily changeable. Additionally there are many practical advantages of LED lighting over conventional lighting in this application and all forms of industrial, commercial and home lighting. LED lighting is much more efficient and last longer. LED lighting is eco-friendly because they do not emit any toxins or harmful UV radiation. They are flexible, durable and work well in all temperatures making LED lights a great choice for most traditional and design oriented projects.
The Pawtucket River Bridge project earned the 2013 AIA RI Honor Award for Urban Design and the 2014 Illuminating Engineering Society Award of Merit and has received other recognition throughout the world. You can learn more about this project at http://bit.ly/1ziWGiK