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Lithonia Lighting Plastic White LED Emergency Exit Sign with Battery

The Lithonia Lighting Quantum Thermoplastic LED Emergency Exit Sign features an engineering-grade thermoplastic housing that is impact resistant, scratch resistant and corrosion proof. This exit sign uses LED light bulbs and has a nickel-cadmium battery. Innovative snap-together design allows installation in less than three minutes.
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how often to change the batteries

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Fran
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September 16, 2015
I am very interested in this product. But would like to know how long the batter would last and whether the lights will be on for 24 hours.
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LithoniaLightingSupport
September 24, 2015
This product is an exit sign that has to be wired to a hot at all times to keep the battery charged.
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pizzacn
Naperville, IL
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September 28, 2015
Not sure if the lights would stay on for 24 hours, but being LEDs they may, but my experience with these lights is that you need to replace the battery or batteries about every 4 years.
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Can this model be ceiling mounted

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DanD
Phoenix, AZ.
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May 27, 2014
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JosephHDATL
Atlanta GA
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May 28, 2014
Hi DanD,

Yes, this emergency exit light can be ceiling mounted.

If you view the link below, you'll see it being installed via the ceiling in the instructions for it.

http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pd...

Joseph
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pizzacn
Naperville, IL
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September 28, 2015
You can probably rig it to mount on the ceiling, but they have a model that comes with a bracket specifically for ceiling mounts.
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What is the replacement battery part number for the LQM LED exit sign and do you carry them in the store?

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Kathleen
Santa Fre NM
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April 24, 2013
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LithoniaLightingSupport
April 25, 2013
You will need to locate the product date code off the white label from the inside of the unit. There are 3 different batteries depending on the product date code. If you take this code to the Pro Desk of your local Home Depot store they will be able to assist in the exact replacement battery needed. Thanks for your question!
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pizzacn
Naperville, IL
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September 28, 2015
My experience is that although Depot carries some batteries, the one for this particular sign they do not, BUT, it is very easy to take out and take to a Battery store to have rebuilt or replaced. You do not have to take the unit down, it is behind the removable front cover plate.
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Can I get this sign in black

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Mark
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April 4, 2013
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April 4, 2013
Hi Mark
Thanks for asking! We do not carry these in black. For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376.
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pizzacn
Naperville, IL
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September 28, 2015
Never seen it in black, but you could remove the red label plate and paint the unit yourself with spray paint made specifically for plastic.
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where can i get the back up batteries

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spider manny
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March 26, 2013
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LithoniaLightingSupport
April 1, 2013
You will need to locate the product date code off the white label from the inside of the unit and take it to the Pro Desk of your nearest Home Depot location. They can provide you with the correct battery. Thanks for your question.
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pizzacn
Naperville, IL
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September 28, 2015
The unit comes with batteries initially, but there are common Battery stores that can replace or rebuild the batteries, Battery Plus, Interstate Battery, etc.
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its only operate by battery not buy electric

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badshah
kenesaw,ga
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August 30, 2012
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LithoniaLightingSupport
September 5, 2012
I'm not sure I understand your question. The battery is used in the event of a power outage.
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Vonn
Livermore, CA, USA
December 7, 2012
You are right, specifications do not indicate what the primary power is. However, as a "battery backup" type device, one would have to preclude that there is a primary power source to keep the batteries charged until they are needed and that the most common power source for this type of sign would be 110 vac.
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pizzacn
Naperville, IL
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September 28, 2015
No, the batteries are the BACK UP in the event of a power failure. The sign runs on electricity all the time otherwise.
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