Fulham Co. Inc. has announced that its FireHorse FHEM10 series of adjustable LED emergency lights has been certified compliant with California Energy Commission (CEC) Title 20 Code of Regulations for illumination performance and low energy consumption.
“Fulham is proud to offer Title 20 compliant emergency lighting,” says Russ Sharer, vice president of global marketing for Fulham. “Our FHEM10 unit is one of our most popular emergency lighting products because of its versatility, installation ease, and cost. With Title 20 having taken effect at the start of 2017, our distributor and contractor customers can now be assured that units they install now are fully compliant.”
FireHorse FHEM10 units meet the CEC Title 20 specifications outlined for small-diameter directional lamps, including power consumption of 75 watts or less. They also have a rated life of more than 25,000 hours and are equipped with ANSI-compliant or E26 base types. The regulation affects installations in California and Oregon.
The design and high output of the FHEM10 series has made it one of Fulham’s most popular sellers for emergency lighting. The unit is available in a high lumen version, the FHEM10WH, with 264 lumens, and a standard version, the FHEM10W with 148 lumens output. The units are dual voltage, operating at 120VAC or 277VAC.
All FHEM10 emergency lighting units feature a rechargeable Ni-Cd battery that delivers up to 90 minutes of emergency power. They also come with an LED charge indicator, push-to-test switch, and long-life, energy-saving LED light source. The units feature a universal mount with a pattern knockout in the back for J-box mounting and snap-fit assembly. Base units are available in white and black.
Fulham offers emergency lighting products that comply with international standards.