Exit Sign | Photoluminescent | NYC Approved Red [NYCPA-R]
UL 924 listed and certified. 8" Lettering Approved for New York City Standards. No electricity nor battery required. Provides 50-foot viewing distance. Produced on plastic substrate. Provides great life expectancy (+25 years). Sign comes with kit for LEFT and/or RIGHT arrows. Provides 90 minutes of illumination.
This item has been tested and meets safety standards imposed by the Underwriters Laboratories (UL).
This unit uses long lasting, electricity free Photoluminescent Lighting (Glow in the Dark) Technology.
This product is approved for New York City.
- UL 924 & NFPA 101 Life Safety Code
- LEED points qualified
- No electricity, no batteries
- Explosion proof, weatherproof
- Four mounting holes provided
- Requires 54 LUX (5-ft candles) of LED, fluorescent, metal halide or mercury vapor light to charge material for 60 minutes
- Install indoors only. Do not expose to direct sunlight
- Long life expectancy
- No future hazmat disposal needed
Previous Product Codes: PARNYC
- NYC Approved Exit Sign
- 2 Self-Adhesive Arrows
- Installation Instructions
The NYCPA-R series has a thin, low profile, durable plastic construction with 8" NYC approved lettering with 50' visibility. It has a durable plastic photoluminescent. This photoluminescent exit sign is explosion-proof for areas requiring explosion-proof exit signage.
The NYCPA-R exit sign provides a high photoluminescent visible green background. (Sign must be kept fully charged for best results)
Upon failure of the normal utility power the NYCPA-R exit sign will provide at least 90 minutes of illumination. *The sign must be charged for a minimum of 60 minutes to become fully operational.
The NYCPA-R is suitable for surface mount: Both high and low level applications. This unit can be mounted to the surface via screw or with adhesive (not included). Before installation it must be determined that there is a minimum of 5Fc of fluorescent, LED, metal halide, or mercury vapor light on the face(s) of the sign at all times during building occupancy.
Mounting Configurations Explained