Explosion-proof mini LED

The EXHL-TRN-LE1-LV mini explosion-proof light produces 1,320-lumens of high-intensity light for illuminating within hazardous areas and potentially explosive work environments.

02/09/2017


The EXHL-TRN-LE1-LV mini explosion-proof light produces 1,320-lm of high-intensity light for illuminating within hazardous areas and potentially explosive work environments.Courtesy: Larson ElectronicsThe EXHL-TRN-LE1-LV mini explosion-proof light from Larson Electronics produces 1,320 lumens of high-intensity light for illuminating within hazardous areas and potentially explosive work environments. This unit is designed to withstand the rigors of demanding environmental and operating conditions. It can operate in temperatures of -40°C to 60°C, is waterproof to 3-m, and resists ingress of dust, dirt, and humidity. The light fixture is offered in a choice of spot- or flood-beam configuration and operates on 12 or 24 Vdc. It is also designed with an adjustable surface-mount bracket for seamless control. The adjustable flat-surface bracket has two set screws on the bracket for loosening, adjusting the light's tilt orientation, and re-tightening to hold the luminaire in position. A single through-hole mounting bolt allows operators to adjust the rotation of the fixture by loosening one bolt. Terminal strips inside the fixture allow the operator to make electrical connections. The wiring is fed through rigid pipe to the ¾-in NPT hubs on either side of the fixture and ties in to the fixture's terminal strips.

Larson Electrionics

www.larsonelectronics.com



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