New Product Announcement: Explosion-Proof LED

by | Jan 24, 2018

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The EPL-AMB-150LED-250 is an explosion-proof LED unit Source: Larson Electronics


Larson Electronics LLC, maker of industrial lighting, has just announced a new portable, explosion-proof LED with an adjustable magnetic mounting base that produces a brilliant 13,000 lumen flood beam of high quality light. This low-profile LED fixture is an ideal replacement upgrade for less efficient traditional fixtures, providing powerful light and flexible mounting for hazardous locations. The adjustable and compact design makes this fixture a great tank cleaning light.

The EPL-AMB-150LED-250 is an explosion-proof LED unit with a low-profile light head that features an adjustable magnetic mount. The light produces 13,000 lumens of intense white light in a 60º, 125º or 140º flood pattern, while drawing just 150 watts. Advanced LED technology and a special heat dissipating design help this unit achieve an incredible 60,000+ hour rated lifespan with 70% lumen retention. The light is available in 5600K, 4500K or 3000K color temperatures and has a color rendering index of 75. The housing is constructed of aluminum alloy with powder coating for extra durability and comes with 250 feet of SOOW cord terminated with a 1523 explosion proof blade plug.

The magnetic mount on the EPL-AMB-150LED-250 gives operators flexibility. The base includes eight 100 lb. grip magnets, allowing this light to be mounted onto flat metallic surfaces. Additionally, because the magnets are attached via adjustable u-brackets, they can be rotated to fit curved surfaces. In addition to these features, the LED light itself can be maneuvered via a swing hinge design to achieve the desired angle of illumination. The entire magnetic mounting system is constructed of non-sparking aluminum.

“The highlight of this fixture is definitely the mounting flexibility,” said Rob Bresnahan, CEO of Larson Electronics LLC. “The magnetic mounts can be tilted to fit a variety of flat and curved spaces, and then you can also move the light head itself to the desired angle. It gives users a lot of freedom.”




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