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DMP Introduces Wireless LED Emergency Lighting

Springfield, MO - September 3, 2015 - Digital Monitoring Products (DPMP) is excited to release the highly anticipated DMP 1137 Wireless LED Light. The new light can be activated from a panel output or when an alarm is triggered with the panel bell. The Wireless LED Light can provide emergency indoor path lighting even when AC power is lost or during any other type of emergency.

Place your orders today with DMP Customer Service at 866-266-2826, at customerservice@dmp.com, or online at buy.dmp.com.“A Wireless LED light device integrated with a security system that activates upon an alarm is a new concept in our industry. These little units put out a surprising amount of light, and in an emergency they can be especially helpful in simply seeing what is happening” said Vice President of Product Design, Jeff Britton. "The DMP 1137 Wireless LED Light is simple to install but can provide a crucial benefit of guiding people out of residential or commercial building during an emergency, even if power is lost.”  

1137 lighting can be installed virtually anywhere, and their thin, modern design complements any decor. The 1137 can be placed low on staircases, high on walls to light up an entire room, or even on ceilings directing light down a hallway. Other applications might include using it for a AC Power fail indicator, as a warning light for the hearing impaired, to light a camera field of view or to light up exit pathways during an alarm. The 1137 is a convenient affordable alternative to Z-wave light modules. The 1137 Wireless LED emergency light uses two AA Lithium batteries that are designed to be replaced by the consumer.


DMP is a privately held, independent manufacturer of innovative intrusion, fire, access control, network, and cellular communication products that are designed, engineered, and manufactured in Springfield, MO. DMP is the recognized leader in alarm communications over data networks, with products that are available through professional electronic security companies. For more information contact Melissa Pitfield at 417-831-9362, or visit www.dmp.com.