Orbit Industries introduces the EESLA-LED combination emergency/exit sign light

Orbit Industries introduces the EESLA-LED combination emergency/exit sign light
Orbit Industries introduces the EESLA-LED combination emergency/exit sign light

LOS ANGELES, CA -- Orbit Industries introduces the EESLA-LED, a new emergency/exit combination light with two high-powered, fully adjustable LED lamp heads. The long-lasting LED lamps save energy costs and require less maintenance.

The fixture housing is constructed from heavy-duty premium grade aluminum and the unit is UL listed for damp locations. A back-up battery provides 90 minutes (minimum) of emergency operation.

Orbit Industries introduces the EESLA-LED combination emergency/exit sign lightOrbit Industries introduces the EESLA-LED combination emergency/exit sign light

The fixture measures 11 3/4” tall x 12 1/2” wide x 2 3/8” deep. The housing and faceplate are available in aluminum, white and black. Letter colors are offered in red or green.

The EESLA-LED has a universal mounting pattern for easy installation and knockout chevron directional indicators. An aluminum canopy for ceiling or end mountings is included.

The fixture features dual voltage input 120/277 VAC operation and has a push-to-test switch. A maintenance-free 8.4V NiCd battery is also included.

Orbit offers more than 30 different emergency/exit lighting products with a wide range of options, including new black housing, battery back-ups and AC only.

More information about the EESLA-LED can be seen online at www.orbitelectric.com.

Orbit Industries is a major manufacturer of electrical products for the professional installer. Orbit products are UL or ETL listed and include: NEMA enclosures; steel boxes; weatherproof products; fasteners, fittings and grounding devices; emergency/exit signs and lights; photoelectric controls; landscape lighting fixtures and accessories.

Contact:

Orbit Industries
+1-800-906-7248

E-mail:

info@orbitelectric.com

Web site:

www.orbitelectric.com

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