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Why The Lithonia Battery Needs To Be Part Of Your Preparedness Kit

September 23, 2014

Written by: Randy Walker

Whether you live in an area that is prone to hurricanes, floods, fires, or any other kind of emergency event, it is important to have a preparedness kit. A Lithonia battery is an important component of the kit because it is what will often power your emergency lighting system.

Often, when the lights go out, people start to panic. People can quickly become trampled, injured, and scared because they cannot see where they are going or what they are doing. Having some kind of emergency lighting system is important – and the system is only going to work if you have batteries.

A Lithonia battery is designed to work for a specific number of hours. You cannot know when the power is going to be restored, and therefore, it is a good idea to have several backup batteries on premises. This will allow you to change the amount with regularity since you will be unable to charge them or purchase new ones while the power is still out.

You should always have at least two Lithonia batteries on premise at all times. This will ensure that you have at least to some amount of lighting in the event of an emergency. You cannot rely on other businesses or locations to have emergency backup lighting, and therefore you need to look out for you and your team.

It is a good idea to look at the disasters that have happened in your area in the past. By knowing how long the power was out in those instances, you can build your survival kit more effectively.

You should know how many people are in your location, how many rooms are encompassed within your emergency lighting system, and how many Lithonia batteries are needed within each of the systems. You may have only a hallway that is hooked up to the lighting system and need one battery or you may need multiple because your entire location features a lighting system.

Even beyond a Lithonia battery, there are things that you need for your kit. This can include flares, food, a first aid kit, blankets, and other details. Much of what you put into your kit is going to depend heavily on the kinds of emergencies that your area has suffered through in the past.

Preparedness is always critical and you don't want to be in a situation where your emergency light batteries are no longer working. You will need to charge them and test them with regularity so that you don't run into problems. When you do need a Lithonia battery, it is best to get them before any kind of emergency is even a consideration.

Where you purchase the battery and how many you purchase is also critical, and requires some knowledge of the industry. Working with a trusted battery provider can ensure you get what you need.

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