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A smart way to stay safe

Glamox Emergency Lighting

An effective emergency lighting system is key in ensuring a safe evacuation in the event of a power failure and creating a safe environment in your facility. Glamox will partner up with you to design smart, complete emergency lighting solutions that meet the standards and requirements on the European market. We’ve got years of experience to share with you, as well as a unique range of certified products that you can choose from. Connected emergency lighting is essential to simplify maintenance and provide safety, especially in larger buildings. You can integrate data to your BMS system or use Glamox Connect to make real-time predictions and informed decisions about your emergency lighting installation. 

At Glamox, we’re passionate about helping you fulfil your fire safety obligations – and we’ll be sure to provide you with a smart way to stay safe. 

 

Securing every step of your solution

An emergency lighting system from Glamox offers high reliability and great benefits for installers, planners, consultants, building owners, facility managers, as well as tenants.

  • Lighting design

    We know how to plan smart. We offer a user guide, software and all the support you’ll need to make sure your emergency lighting complies with all relevant rules and regulations.

  • Installation

    Keep it simple. A wireless solution requires no additional cables and you can control and monitor it from virtually anywhere.

  • Commissioning

    Our solutions are easy to commission. For more advanced systems, we also offer commissioning services. Various needs benefit from scalable options that can be adapted to any facility.

  • Maintenance

    Smart monitoring systems automate emergency lighting installation testing – no more time-consuming inspections. Standardised tests and reports help save time and money on maintenance.

Solution guide

Planning emergency lighting is not just about showing users how to get to the escape route. Lights must be carefully placed to provide enough light in various areas and it’s extremely important that they conform with the latest regulations. Click on the application guide below to learn more about the requirements for each application area.

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Open-plan offices

When dangerous situations occur in an open-plan office full of employees, the most important thing is to avoid panic ...

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Open areas

The layout and target functionality of a room are crucial factors when planning emergency lighting for open areas.

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Corridors and circulation areas

Safety sign luminaires showing the direction towards the emergency exit should be visible at every point of any...

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Logistics areas and warehouses

Special light distribution curves can help provide enough light during an emergency in demanding spaces like warehous...

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Standby lighting

In areas like hospital operating theatres or factories with constantly supervised processes, some activities must be...

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High-risk task areas

During an emergency at a high-risk task area, the lighting must first and foremost be bright enough light to safely...

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Entrance areas and foyers

The first place you encounter when you enter a building doubles as an exit in an emergency. Well-marked and properly...

Are you on top of the latest emergency lighting regulations?


Different spaces have their very own requirements when it comes to ensuring safety during an emergency. Do you know how much light is necessary along an escape route, or what the visibility distance is between emergency exit safety signs? We have collected the most important rules you need to know, at a glance.   

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Our emergency lighting range consists of

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Integrated emergency lighting

General lighting luminaires that can be used as emergency lighting because they are equipped with an emergency kit with batteries.

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Emergency exit signs

Emergency lighting luminaires with backlit safety signs. Various sign shapes and viewing distance variants are available.

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Escape route lighting

Emergency luminaires for illuminating escape routes. These luminaires fulfil strict standards and come in a variety of light distribution curves.

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Control and maintenance systems

Various monitoring features can provide insight into the emergency lighting installation you manage. All necessary tests and maintenance routines can easily be scheduled, carried out and reported.