Emergency Backup Power T8 LED Tube

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Rail Compliant LED Emergency Backup Tube

Smart Light Source Co. and PowerRail are proud to present this widely anticipated, patented, rail compliant LED Emergency backup Tube. With integrated battery backup power for multiple emergency applications, this T8 LED Tube can be used for Facilities, Passenger Transit LRV, Locomotives and Cars.

This T8 LED Tube is designed to replace all external backup power ballasts and drivers to keep lighting ON in the event that the main voltage is off. It also incorporates test buttons to ensure battery is operational for Maintenance Personnel or Fire Marshal certification. Perfect for use in open or enclosed luminaries where backup power is required in the event of emergency or main power shuts off. Product can be suited to operate on various voltages, such as: 12V DC or AC, 24V DC or AC, 36V DC or AC, and 75V DC or AC.


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PowerRail, Inc.

PowerRail is North America’s largest new and remanufactured locomotive parts provider, supporting both EMD and GE locomotives. Originally formed in 2003, PowerRail is a United States-based company, with additional locations in various parts of the world.

As an AAR M-1003 Quality Certified manufacturer and remanufacturer of aftermarket parts and components, PowerRail offers a wide range of products with Global Distribution and Technical Support.

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