Sep 302011
 

lightsout1 How to Prevent a Power Outage BlackoutEver experienced that plunge into darkness characteristic of a power outage?

Whether it’s after dark or you are in a windowless room, it leaves you scrambling for the matches, candles, and flashlights.

What if you could eliminate that worry and ensure your home or business would always remain lit in the event of a power outage?

We are now selling a revolutionary lighting system that makes it possible. The base product is a Power Outage Detector. It plugs in to a normal outlet, senses when power is lost, and immediately activates a bright, battery-powered light. You may even detach it from the wall to use as a flashlight.

The Power Outage Detector also sends out a wireless signal during a power outage to automatically turn on any other lights in the home included in the Power Outage Lighting System. You can install a Ceiling Light or a Path Light to ensure your basements, hallways, stairways, bedrooms, and bathrooms all light up when the power goes out.

Place an order for these products individually, or choose a complete kit for a large home that includes the Power Outage Detector, and any combination of multiple Ceiling Lights and Path lights.

The Power Outage Lighting system is first and foremost designed to provide safe lighting when you need it most, as well as the peace of mind to know it will always be in place during an emergency.

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Emily WidleEmily graduated from UNC Chapel Hill with a degree in journalism. She enjoys scouring the news to report on the latest in the lighting industry as well as bringing valuable remodeling tips and exemplar home projects to light.

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 Posted by on September 30, 2011 at 11:27 am

  One Response to “How to Prevent a Power Outage Blackout”

  1. I agree, Power Outage Detector are very useful and I got one installed at my office :)

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