for Emergency Lights
Emergency light Batteries Cross Reference
The following is a list of links for various emergency light/Exit sign manufacturers. By clicking any of these link will take you to a page containing various links to different models of emergency lights made by that particular company you clicked on. You can then order the emergency light batteries.
If you do not see the manufacturer of your emergency light feel free to call us at (877)394-3981. Having the old battery with you while calling will help us identify the right battery faster.
Many of the emergency lights use sealed lead acid batteries while the others use Nickel Cadmium batteries. Nickel Cadmium batteries/battery packs are more expensive compared to lead acid batteries. Lead acid batteries usually last one to five years depending upon the operating temperature and frequency of use. However, NiCad batteries lasts longer. If your emergency lights are not easily assessable and you do not want to access frequently to replace them you might consider NiCad battery packs. NiCad batteries do have memory effect where the available back up time may get reduced. Instead of NiCad Nickel Metal Hydride (NMH) batteries are also available. NMH batteries do not have memory effects.
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