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Explosion-proof LED aluminum drop light features an inline step down transformer to 12 volts

Fri, 01/24/2014 - 11:00am

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Larson Electronics has announced the release of an Explosion Proof LED Aluminum Drop Light. The EPL-FL1524-LED-120X12-C1D2-100 is equipped with a 15 watt LED bulb that runs off of 120 volts with an inline step down transformer to 12 volts.

Larson Electronics’ EPL-FL1524-LED-120X12-C1D2-100 hazardous area LED work light is F.M. approved Class 1 Division 1 & 2. This light is suitable for exposure to vapors and dusts and is ideal for use in paint spray booth inspections or as a general portable lighting solution for confined spaces like fuel tanks or grain storage areas. This 2 foot long, 15 watt, explosion proof LED work light comes complete with 100 foot of explosion proof cord for convenience of navigating around the work space.

This hazardous area location light features a rugged, non-sparking aluminum casing and unique rod cage. It produces a cool, glare-free, shadowless light that improves safety in hazardous locations and maximizes lighting efficiency with built-in metal reflectors. These LED lights improve on the desirable qualities of similar fluorescent models with higher output and better quality and are ideal for paint booth applications, storage container inspections and applications involving confined spaces such as tank cleaning and industrial container maintenance.

The enclosure for the step down transformer has a Class 1 Division 2 rating. The 100 foot long Class 1, Division 1 rated SOOW 16/3 AWG cord and explosion proof slip-ring housing help this unit to achieve approval for use in environments containing flammable vapors and combustible dusts. This explosion proof hand lamp can be used within hazardous locations rated Class 1 Division 1 & 2, and Class 1 Division 1 and 2, making it ideal for hazardous work areas where a ready source of easily managed lighting is desired.


www.larsonelectronics.com

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