photoluminescent


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pho·to·lu·mi·nes·cent

(fō'tō-lū'mi-nes'ĕnt),
Having the ability to become luminescent on exposure to visible light.
[photo- + L. lumen, light]

pho·to·lu·mi·nes·cent

(fō'tō-lū'mi-nes'ĕnt)
Having the ability to become luminescent on exposure to visible light.
[photo- + L. lumen, light]
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Installed in the BB&T Center(formerly The Bank of Kentucky Center), the University of Oregon Law Library, FIU Arena, Beachwalk Hotel Condominium, Mardi Gras Casino, and others, including sports arenas ranging from NHL to Division 1 facilities, LumAware's photoluminescent egress system illuminates zero-light, smoke-filled environments to increase accountability and decrease disorientation, improving building evacuations and reducing serious injury and death.
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Using photoluminescent "glow-in-the-dark" Emergency Exit Signs and Emergency Pathway Marking systems and Low-Level photoluminescent Exit Signs will reduce confusion and panic.
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The ability to have multiple colours in both the light and dark is one of the most significant developments in the photoluminescent field," said Zachary Green, president of MN8 Products.
The signs, which use next-generation photoluminescent technology to absorb and store ambient ligh, reduce costs and a building's carbon footprint by consuming no energy and requiring no maintenance.
SafTGlo, STG's photoluminescent (PL) system, has been installed on more than 5,000 operating aircraft.
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Properties include: electrically conducting, photoluminescent, electroluminescent, and optically active.
New York City now requires photoluminescent exit signs to be placed 18 in.
Yale Commercial Locks and Hardware of Lenoir City, Tennessee, has introduced Lumi-Lite, a photoluminescent door hardware coating that illuminates an exit during a fire or power outage.