Emergency lights 

lluminating the path of egress with reliability and quality. Never be left in the dark! The following information will also help you better understand the different classes and types.


Will your emergency lights and other safety lighting work when you need them? You may have emergency and exit lights in all the right places, but that does little good in an emergency if those lights haven’t been properly maintained. Smiths Fire Eztinguisher has a dedicated team of trained technicians who can ensure that your emergency/exit lights are properly placed and function correctly. 


Are you aware that routine inspection and maintenance of emergency lighting equipment is required by OSHA, NFPA Standard 101, and Life Safety Code.;


  • Monthly inspections.
  • Ensure the emergency lighting is in its designated place.
  • Inspect the housing for physical damage.
  • Push the test switch for 30 seconds.
  • Verify lamps are illuminated and aimed in the correct direction.
  • Record any deficiencies discovered during the inspection process



  • Annual maintenance.
  • Conduct a thorough examination of the unit.
  • Conduct an operational test of the battery and lighting system for the required 90 minutes.
  • Check AC/DC lamps or bulbs for damage and proper operation.
  • Verify charging circuit is operational and working properly.
  • Apply emergency lighting test label to each light upon completion.

Exit Lights


Illuminating the path of egress with reliability and quality. Never be left in the dark.

Emergency Lights


In an emergency situation, public safety demands a safe and assured way of egress.

Emergency Combination Lights


Combination Emergency lighs are both illunate the egress door and the path.

Batteries and Accessories


Replacement batteries for exit signs and emergency lights and bulbs.