High-Lites announces new 650/660 Series of industrial LED exit signs

LED signs specifically designed for reliable operation in wet and hazardous locations


Wallingford, Connecticut - High-Lites has recently introduced their 650/660 Series of industrial LED exit signs specifically designed for reliable operation in wet and hazardous locations. 650/660 exits feature corrosion-resistant, gasketed enclosures with high output direct view LED lamps and are suitable for wet, damp or dry location applications. Models are available in AC-only and emergency versions and combination models are offered which provide the additional function of emergency lighting with externally mounted Par 36 heads for egress area illumination.

All models in the rugged 650/660 Series offer the following exceptional features:

- Suitable for use in NEMA Class 1, Division 2, Groups A, B, C &
D, and Zone 2, Groups IIA, IIB, H2 and IIC; NEMA Class II,
Division 2, Groups F & G, and NEMA 3, 4X and 12 applications
- Rugged, corrosion-resistant, fully gasketed grey polyester housing
- Polycarbonate front cover and stainless-steel hardware
- Universal directional chevron options provided by means of knockouts
- White exit sign face with choice of red or green letters
- Long life, high output, direct-view LED lamps
- Universal 120-277 VAC field-selectable input voltage
- UL listed for wet locations
Emergency models provide these additional distinct features:
- Fully automatic switching and charging circuits
- 90 minutes of emergency lighting to 87.5% of nominal battery voltage
- Maintenance-free battery
- Low-voltage disconnect protects battery against deep-discharge damage
- AC Lockout feature reduces installation time
- Momentary test switch; AC indicator light
- Optional self-diagnostic circuit available
- Meets NFPA Life Safety Code 101, NEC, OSHA, state and local codes
- UL924, 844 and 1604 listed

High-Lites is a Philips group brand and a leading manufacturer of innovative emergency lighting luminaires, exit signs and back-up power systems for the electrical specification and construction industry.