Dual-Lite Excalibur CWGWW-I-LEDE Exit Sign





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Published on Aug 21, 2012

I recently acquired another exit sign--this time, a Dual-Lite Excalibur sign with the extra-cool digital LED face. I believe this sign to be from the very-late '80s to mid-'90s since a lot of the LED's on the board are beginning to fail. If the serial number is any indication of production date, this sign may have been manufactured in November 1995.

This sign also has Dual-Lite's signature Spectron self-test circuitry (represented by the "-I" suffix in the model number), which performs a check of the sign at regular intervals to maintain compliance with local and federal fire codes. As always, there is a manual test button, as well, which engages a five-minute test. After a test, the Spectron panel will then alert the maintenance personnel to any alerts via a readout on the bottom. If there are no alerts, the test status light returns to green after each test. The battery in this sign is well-past toast, so you can see just what happens if there are any errors in the test.

The model number is CWGWW-I-LEDE. Broken down: C (cast-aluminum), W (wall-mount only; no canopy); G (green letters); W (white face); W (white housing); -I (Spectron self-diagnostics); -LEDE (digital LED panel).

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