An internally illuminated ‘ KELUAR ‘ signs need to be visible at all times, not just when the power to the normal lights fail. If a building needs to be evacuated under normal circumstances all the lights are on and people will look around for their nearest exit – the signs need to be the right size for the viewing distances and not be obscured.
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Time is of the essence during evacuation, this means it is critical that all escape route signage can be quickly seen, understood and followed. Section 4.1 of EN1838:2013 details this point stating that ‘Signs which are provided at all exits intended to be used in an emergency and along escape routes shall be illuminated to indicate unambiguously the route of escape to a point of safety’.
Illuminated exit signs with a built-in lamp incorporate a pictogram – such as the iconic ‘green running man’ – indicate a fire exit or other safe escape direction. The pictogram is illuminated from behind to provide luminance to at least requirements MS IEC60598-2-22 & EN 1838.
Breaking new ground
There are a number of important developments in exit signs, from minimizing their environmental impact to minimizing their visibility. Adaptive technology now enables signs to dynamically change indicated direction to improve evacuation efficiency depending on conditions detected by the emergency lighting management system or control room operator.
The bright, uniformly-lit appearance of today’s clean, flat profile designs with no visible screw heads enable designers to combine good looks with fail-safe functionality.