The word “iconic” is often used to describe the natural amphitheater in the grounds of Stanford University. Joan Baez, The Grateful Dead and Crosby Stills and Nash are a small sampling of the seminal acts of the ‘60s […]
Tag: Emergency Lighting
Home to both the Boston Bruins and the Boston Celtics, TD Garden is bustling with sporting events and concerts throughout the year. Recently, the arena has been turning heads with a massive, two-year expansion currently underway. As part […]
In North America, emergency transfer switches, including the new Branch Circuit Emergency Lighting Transfer Switch (BCELTS), have tough testing and short circuit current requirements for a reason.
Theatre technology is moving so fast that it hasn’t had time to create its own vocabulary. A refurbishing project now sounds like an overheard Silicon Valley conversation.
With the many recent changes to the US National Electrical Code (NEC) regarding emergency lighting, I am often asked whether an emergency luminaire is allowed to be cord-and-plug connected.
Recent changes in the US National Electrical Code and UL standards have significantly changed the rules for emergency lighting in the US. We explore those changes in this blog.