Emergency Lighting Inverters are required by law, in public places for emergency egress. Life Safety Code NFPA 101 states maintenance and regular testing is required as well.
Total Online Protection provides sales, service and installation of emergency lighting Inverters.

Lighting inverters UL924 compliant and their maintenance and testing are required for compliance with NFPA 101 “Life Safety Code”.

Total Online Protection is your single-source provider for service and support on your emergency lighting inverter and essential battery system needs. In addition, we have relationships with manufacturers, which provides us direct access to their prices and schedules, without the middle man’s added time and expense.

Emergency lighting inverters supply, distribute and/or manage electrical energy for emergency luminaire operation. Lighting inverters are used for emergency egress from any/all public buildings.

NFPA 101 “Life Safety Code” states; illumination for means of egress shall be provided for all public buildings.

Section 7.9.3 Periodic Testing Of Emergency Lighting Equipment

Testing of the required emergency lighting systems shall be permitted to be conducted as follows:

  • Functional testing shall be conducted monthly, with a minimum of 3 weeks and a maximum of 5 weeks between tests, for not less than 30 seconds, except as otherwise permitted by (2).

  • The test interval shall be permitted to be extended beyond 30 days with the approval of the authority having jurisdiction.

  • Functional testing shall be conducted annually for a minimum of 1.5 hours if the emergency lighting system is battery powered.

  • The emergency lighting equipment shall be fully operational for the duration of the tests required by and (3).

  • Written records of visual inspections and tests shall be kept by the owner for inspection by the authority having jurisdiction.

Routine preventive maintenance is essential and required for reliable emergency power availability. Our technicians perform thorough inspections and testing of your lighting inverter systems, ensuring proper operation of all equipment.

However, emergencies can happen. If an emergency situation occurs, our technicians will identify the problem, access parts, and make necessary repairs, to get your equipment back online as quickly as possible.