Philips Bodine Emergency Ballast
How Emergency LED Drivers Work
Emergency drivers allow an LED fixture to be used for normal and emergency operation when used in conjunction with a switched or un-switched AC LED Driver. In the event of a power failure, the LED Emergency driver switches to emergency mode and operates the fixture for a minimum of 90 minutes.
Philips Bodine Emergency Lighting Provides Instant Backup
Philips Bodine emergency lighting products provide instant backup lighting whenever normal power fails. Our emergency LED drivers, fluorescent emergency ballasts and emergency lighting inverters deliver at least 90 minutes of battery-supplied power meeting public occupancy egress code standards.
Complements Original Designs
Philips Bodine emergency lighting products complement original lighting designs. Because they can be installed inconspicuously inside, on top of, near or remote from the fixture – depending on factors such as fixture, emergency lighting product and product model – they do not detract from fixture or interior design. Philips Bodine provides emergency lighting you’ll never see... until you need it.
Philips Emergency Lighting designs and manufactures award-winning, innovative Philips Bodine emergency and specialty lighting products. We offer a diverse line that includes emergency LED drivers, fluorescent emergency ballasts, inverters and generator-compatible products to turn your existing lighting fixtures into emergency lighting. With over 50 years of experience, Philips Emergency Lighting leads the way in Emergency Lighting Solutions.
Emergency lighting is a vital part of every facility’s life safety program. Local, state and national building codes such as the NFPA®, Life Safety Code® and National Electrical Code®, require reliable emergency illumination for a minimum of 90 minutes in all commercial, industrial and institutional buildings in the United States. For over half a century, Philips Bodine products have helped give companies, facility managers, contractors, architects, specifiers and lighting designers the peace of mind that their buildings' pathways are well lit during an emergency.