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Lex Introduces Emergency Lighting Transfer Switches

Lex Introduces Emergency Lighting Transfer Switches

Lex Products, a leading manufacturer of power distribution and control products for the entertainment, military and industrial markets, announces the addition of Emergency Lighting Transfer Switches to their PowerGATEâ„¢ product line. Emergency Lighting Transfer Switches

“When the power goes out, audiences can't be left in the dark. Lex Emergency Lighting Transfer Switches (ELTS) safely and reliably ensure that egress lighting is available in times of critical need”, says Market Manager Graham Likeness. The PowerGATEâ„¢ ELTS is UL 1008 Listed for Emergency Use and meets all applicable NEC and UL codes and standards. With an exceptional 65,000A short circuit current rating the Lex ELTS is designed for safety, reliability and longevity. Built to high Lex standards, the ELTS offers a variety of popular features including generator start signal, fire alarm system inputs and brownout protection. Unlike most transfer switches all internal wiring in the Lex ELTS is enclosed in cable ducts to protect against damage during installation. Lex PowerGATEâ„¢ ELTS are available with either main feed or discrete feed and up to thirty 20A circuits. Lex is taking orders for PowerGATEâ„¢ ELTS now.

For additional information on the ELTS products, contact Lex Products,15 Progress drive, Shelton, CT. 06484. Phone (800)-843-4460, or (203)-363-3742, or e-mail at

Lex Products manufactures superior power distribution and control systems for demanding entertainment, military and industrial markets. The focus of Lex is to help design your portable power systems to deliver electrical power when and where you need it. Their products include Portable Power Distribution Boxes, Cable Assemblies and Cable Protectors. To learn more about the entire Lex Products offering, visit the Company's website at

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