1. The sign
must be charged for a minimum of 60 minutes to become fully operational.
2. External illumination
source must be supplied by a circuit not controlled by an automatic timer or sensor and whose controls are accessible only
to authorized personnel.
3. External illumination source is to be energized at all times during building occupancy.
Lighting levels on the sign face(s) should be confirmed after any change in external lighting.
5. It is recommended
that inspections be performed in accordance with applicable codes.
6. Install this sign indoors only, where not exposed
to direct sunlight, moisture or temperatures outside the range of +10 degree to 40 C (50-104 F).
This exit sign
can be used as a primary or secondary exit sign in accordance with the UL924 standard for "Emergency Lighting and Power
Equipment", Eighth Edition, July 2001 revisions. Install in compliance with NFPA Life Safety Code 101 or other applicaple
buiding or fire codes for photoluminescent exit signs. They are non-explosive, non-corrosive,non-toxic, non-radioactive and
non-electric, requiring no electrical wiring or batteries.