With the stationary battery systems from Allgäu Batterie, you can be sure that your emergency lighting will work reliably if the worst comes to the worst.
Reliable emergency lighting
for all cases
Fully automatic, processor-controlled monitoring systems
Ensuring functionality through regular maintenance
Decades of experience in UPS and battery technology
Holistic support and advice
Long-term partnerships with high-end producers
Did you know?
If the artificial general lighting fails, then the emergency lighting comes into play. The employer determines whether emergency lighting is necessary in the risk assessment in accordance with § 5 of the Occupational Health and Safety Act. According to DIN EN 1838, emergency lighting is divided into backup lighting and safety lighting.
What does the safety lighting include?
- Marking of escape and rescue routes
- Rescue sign power supply
- Illumination of work areas with special hazards
- Anti-panic lighting
What does emergency lighting enable?
- safe exit from the building
- Locate and use firefighting, medical, and reporting devices.
- Rescue operations
Why replacement lighting?
- does not primarily serve to prevent accidents, but rather a business interest
- Enables the targeted termination of work processes, activities or events
- E DIN EN 50171
- DIN EN 50172
- DIN VDE V 0108-100-1
Building code requirements
According to state building codes, special structures must have certain safety devices installed that must be powered in the event of an emergency. The essential basic conditions here include the functional integrity, the bridging time and the nominal operating time. At the same time, regular checks of the safety lighting systems and the safety power supply must be carried out to ensure their operational readiness and function.
The following sample ordinances can be used for guidance:
- Model Building Code
- Model Ordinance on Places of Assembly
- Model Sales Premises Ordinance
- Model Ordinance on Places of Accommodation
- Model Garage Ordinance
- Model Hospital Construction Ordinance
- Model School Construction Guideline
- Model high-rise building guideline
- Model Guideline on the Construction and Operation of Flying Structures
- Model guideline on structural fire protection in industrial buildings
The central element: The stationary battery system
An essential component of emergency lighting systems is the battery system. Since each building installation is unique, professional planning and advice is crucial for a safe solution. As a manufacturer of battery systems, we support you in all questions concerning the power supply of your emergency lighting systems.
For medical facilities: The BSV plant
In areas used for medical purposes, it is particularly important that the power supply is maintained. Because it is precisely when the network fails that people need special protection. This is why our battery-based central power supply (BSV) systems are used here.
Project Manager Emergency Power Supply
Phone +49 8374 24124-67