Emergency Cab Light

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90 min Backup Battery

Our Emergency Cab Light is used in coach cars, turning on if coach car power is lost. This light will turn on for 90 minutes, allowing passengers to exit cars in case of power loss or an accident. In fact, our lights will illuminate for up to 3 hours! Recent federal regulations require all new coach cars to have emergency lighting installed, and Dina Consulting & Design is the only US company that has convenient single-housing lights, while our competitors offer a two-piece housing. This simplifies installation and keeps costs down.

Features include: 

  • Can be installed in a locomotive cab above each door, or in all coach cars as Emergency Lighting.
  • Built in potentiometer, allowing adjustable light intensity for smaller or larger areas.
  • Operating voltage can be powered from a locomotive 74VDC system (56-90VDC) or 120 VAC Hotel (HEP) Power.

Dina Consulting & Design

Dina Consulting & Design provides specialized solutions for the railroad industry through New Product Design, Locomotive Consulting, and an extensive Parts & Service department. With a constant focus on our customers, DC&D is striving for innovation in our industry, while continually embracing the integrity of our past.

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