The Lightguard DXLN1RWA Exit Sign
The Lightguard DXLN1RWA exit sign is manufactured by Chloride Systems, Inc. In the United States there are more than 100 million exit signs. These signs often use incandescent lamps and are estimated to use 30 to 35 billion kilowatt hours of electricity every year. Exit signs using light emitting diodes, or LEDs for short, typically use about 10 to 50 times less energy than those with incandescent bulbs. The exit sign's rated active power at 120 volts is 3.62 watts. At 277 volts, the exit sign's rated active power is 3.61 watts.
The Lightguard DXLN1RWA die cast aluminum exit sign has 1 face and has a red color. It comes with a 5 year warranty.
Chloride Systems, Inc. is located in North Carolina and manufactures exit signs.
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