Light-emitting diodes (LEDs) give off exceptionally bright light for a small amount of power. That makes them ideal for emergency lighting situations, where a battery must keep the lights powered for enough time to get everyone out of the affected area.
LED emergency lights include emergency strobe lights (such as those used on the top of police cars), emergency light fixtures, and even flashlights.
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