Every summer and autumn, typhoons become a frequent visitor to coastal cities and a nightmare for coastal residents.Severe typhoons often lead to large-scale transmission and distribution lines tripping, tower collapse, broken lines, causing serious damage to the power system.At the same time, heavy rainfall will affect the foundation of the tower, which may cause debris flow and other secondary disasters, bringing difficulties to fault recovery and emergency repair.
It is believed that many people encounter power failure, the first thought is to use mobile phones/torches/candles to illuminate, or waiting for power maintenance workers to solve.
This method is only applicable to daily emergency lighting, but special scenes such as hospitals that save lives every minute, chemical workshops that are easy to cause explosions or poisoning due to untimely operation, and transportation hubs that affect the lifeblood of our country's economy, once the lighting is lost, the consequences are very serious.
Only a beacon of emergency lights up, to give us a full sense of security!
Emergency lights, as the name suggests, have emergency functions: in the case of normal lighting system due to power failure, no longer provide normal lighting, for evacuation, security or continue to work.