UL 1994 SIGNS according to NFPA 101
Floor proximity egress path marking systems, like the signs, provide a path along the exit route and must run continuously through doors, aisles, corridors and other similar architectural features. These marking systems fall under the UL1994 standard.
Fire extinction and evacuation signage – UL 1994
Evacuation signs – UL 1994
Egress Path Marking – UL 1994
BA0201UL (Antigraf. / 3M)
BA0204UL (Antigraf. / 3M / Lamp)
BA0208UL (Antigraf. / Lamp)
UL 924 EXIT SIGNS according to NFPA 101
Photoluminescent exit signs are governed by the UL 924 standard. Photoluminescent signaling receives a display distance rating of 50, 75, 100 or 125 feet according to the visibility test procedures. After the photoluminescent material has been exposed to light for one hour, the exit signs must be visible in the dark from a certain distance for at least 90 minutes, similar to the electric powered exit signs.
NFPA 101 2018 EDITION:
188.8.131.52* Floor Proximity Egress Path Marking. Where floor proximity egress path marking is required in Chapters 11 through 43, an approved floor proximity egress path marking system that is internally illuminated shall be installed within 18 in. (455 mm) of the floor. Floor proximity egress path marking systems shall be listed in accordance with ANSI/UL 1994, Standard for Luminous Egress Path Marking Systems. The system shall provide a visible delineation of the path of travel along the designated exit access and shall be essentially continuous, except as interrupted by doorways, hallways, corridors, or other such architectural features. The system shall operate continuously or at any time the building fire alarm system is activated. The activation, duration, and continuity of operation of the system shall be in accordance with 7.9.2. The system shall be maintained in accordance with the product manufacturing listing.