Leading manufacturer and supplier of industrial grade lighting equipment Larson Electronics has announced today the release of a new 160 watt integrated LED light fixture approved for Class 1 Division 2 areas and is ideal for hazardous locations where flammable chemical and petrochemical vapors may be encountered.
The HAL-48-2L-ITG-LED-BMSW from Larson Electronics is a four foot, two lamp integrated LED light fixture that is ideal for operators who seek a top quality, explosion proof light that reduces operating costs, improve lighting quality, and reduce down time from incurred frequent servicing intervals. This fixture is equipped with a specially designed integrated LED array which produces 19,200 lumens of bright light in a 160° wide flood beam spread. The LED array is protected by a powder coated aluminum frame and a shatter and heat resistant clear acrylic lens secured with ten steel draw latches. The integrated heat sink allows for efficient heat dissipation, preventing the LEDs from overheating and keeping the overall temperature of the fixture relatively low. This fixture carries a T4A temperature rating and is UL 595 and UL 1598A marine type approved for use in marine environments.
This new fixture is weatherproof and provides operators in hazardous locations with a highly efficient, reliable, and affordable lighting solution for open areas where flammable chemicals and vapors may be present. This new LED light fixture is surface mounted via two adjustable swivel brackets cinched to the mounting pegs on each side of the light. The angle of the bracket is set by tightening two bolts on either side of the bracket. Once the brackets are mounted to a surface, the light fixture can be pivoted by loosening the bolts which allows for 45° of pivot from the 90° point. This class 1 division 2 fixture is universal voltage and operates on any voltage ranging from 90 to 305 volts AC or 127 to 431 volts DC.
“This new integrated LED fixture provides operators with top of the line output in a compact form factor that certainly outperforms standard fluorescent fixtures most people use in hazardous locations,” said Rob Bresnahan with Larsonelectronics.com. “The solid state LED technology offered by this fixture provides operators with a more reliable, durable, and energy efficient lighting solution.”
Larson Electronics www.larsonelectronics.com