Pedestal-mounted hazardous location light produces a total of 29,580 lumens
Larson Electronics’ has released a LED hazardous location pedestal light designed to provide high power illumination in an easily deployed package. The HAL-PM-2X150-LED-100 dual LED portable lamp provides protection in atmospheres where flammable gases and vapors may occasionally be present while offering the durability and longevity of LED solid state technology.
This Pedestal Mounted Hazardous Location Light is designed to provide operators with a quickly deployed source of illumination that has all the safety and performance of dedicated permanent mount units. With lamp housings constructed of powder coated non sparking aluminum, 100 feet of SOOW abrasive and oil resistant cord, and a wet area approval rating, this unit is built to stand up to the demanding conditions of the industrial workplace. The LED lamps mounted to this unit are rated at 150 watts each and produce a total of 29,580 lumens. The lamp housings are constructed of aluminum with a durable powder coat finish, have hinged tempered glass doors, and allow operation with voltages ranging from 120VAC to 277VAC. The rugged pedestal base on this unit provides a secure platform for easy light placement and includes an integral carrying handle with ergonomic grip for easy carrying from one location in the workplace to another. Included with the light is 100 feet of abrasive and oil resistant SOOW explosion proof cord ending in an ECP 1523 5-15P Class 1 Division 1 explosion proof straight blade plug which provides ample cord length for deployment in large work areas. This pedestal mounted work light is UL rated Class 1 Division 2 Groups C and D is approved for use in wet areas and marine environments, making it an ideal lighting solution for hazardous locations where water resistance is an important requirement. This pedestal mounted lighting package is an ideal lighting solution for applications including but not limited to: loading docks, shipyards, plant turnarounds, tunnel projects, utility gas plants, and power plant areas.