China's fire emergency lighting industry is gradually shifting to intelligent evacuation indication systems.


Release time:

2021-01-04

From the traditional emergency lighting indicator lamps, to the centralized power supply of emergency lighting UPS power supply, to the centralized power supply of emergency lighting EPS emergency power supply (or FEPS power supply), only in the power supply backup power supply to reflect the security function, and in the terminal lamp group Interactive automatic control and humanized design is insufficient. The rise of the intelligent evacuation indication system has made up for the shortcomings of the previous products, and truly embodies the green, energy-saving, safe and reliable advantages of fire emergency lighting and indicator evacuation. Intelligent evacuation indicator system is currently, and will be the mainstream product of the future industry. EPS emergency power supply (or FEPS power supply) will only retain a certain small market share in special applications in the future (about 20% of emergency lighting places for high-brightness high-pressure sodium lamps and other gas discharge lamps).

From the traditional emergency lighting indicator lamps, to the centralized power supply of emergency lighting UPS power supply, to the centralized power supply of emergency lighting EPS emergency power supply (or FEPS power supply), only in the power supply backup power supply to reflect the security function, and in the terminal lamp group Interactive automatic control and humanized design is insufficient. The rise of the intelligent evacuation indication system has made up for the shortcomings of the previous products, and truly embodies the green, energy-saving, safe and reliable advantages of fire emergency lighting and indicator evacuation. Intelligent evacuation indicator system is currently, and will be the mainstream product of the future industry. EPS emergency power supply (or FEPS power supply) will only retain a certain small market share in special applications in the future (about 20% of emergency lighting places for high-brightness high-pressure sodium lamps and other gas discharge lamps).