Larson Electronics’ Magnalight Introduces New Low Voltage Explosion Proof LED Light

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Larson Electronics Magnalight.com introduced today a new low voltage, explosion proof LED light designed for hazardous locations where high output, a low profile and durability are critical issues. Constructed of high grade aluminum and fitted with CREE LEDs, the HAL-48-33W-LED Explosion Proof LED Light provides operators with a rugged light source that can be mounted in tight spaces without sacrificing output or durability.

Light Weight Explosion Proof LED Light Fixture

Low Profile Explosion Proof Class 1 Division 2 LED Light Bar

This low profile explosion proof LED light fixture weighs a minimal 2.8 lbs, a fraction of the weight compared to bulky and less reliable HID and halogen lights which can weigh upwards of 30 lbs for the same light output.

The HAL-48-33W-LED Explosion Proof LED Light from Magnalight is a versatile and durable, explosion proof lighting solution that can be mounted in areas with limited space without giving up anything in power or durability. Measuring 48 inches long, 2.6 inches wide, and less than 1 inch high, this explosion proof light can be mounted in tight spaces and locations where typical fluorescent fixtures would be too obtrusive or impractical. This explosion proof light can operate from 12 to 24 volts DC, making it ideal for low voltage applications, and produces an impressive 2,416 lumen light output while drawing only 2.64 amps when connected to a 12 volt power source. The HAL-48-33W-LED is constructed of high grade extruded aluminum with a tough powder coat finish, resulting in a very durable and lightweight fixture that can stand up to the demands of the industrial work place. The fixture is IP54 rated as well, ensuring effective protection against dusts and water, and is effective installed indoors or outside. Magnalight.com adds further value to this hazardous location light through the availability of a wide range of options which allow operators to also tailor these LED lights to their specific needs. Operators can choose a narrow 30° spot beam configuration for longer reach, or a 100° wide beam for maximum workspace coverage. Operators can also choose from three different mounting options as well as three different color temperatures including 3500K warm white, 4300K neutral white, and 6500K cool white light output. High reliability is provided by the inclusion of CREE LEDs which offer longer life, higher output, and better light quality than comparable LEDs. Internal thermal controls ensure cool operation and long LED life, and a simple 6 foot cord with a standard three wire configuration provides hassle free connections. The HAL-48-33W-LED is approved for Class 1 Division 2 Groups A, B, C and D hazardous locations, and is also Canadian CSA 22.2 No. 250.0 compliant and U.L. 1598 certified as well. These LED light bars are an ideal fit for industrial and commercial work places where flammable gases or vapors may become present including petrochemical processing facilities, utilities, aircraft hangars and manufacturing areas.

“This low profile explosion proof LED light fixture weighs a minimal 2.8 lbs, a fraction of the weight compared to bulky and less reliable HID and halogen lights which can weigh upwards of 30 lbs for the same light output,” said Robert Bresnahan of Larson Electronics Magnalight.com. “The mounting options and color temperature options make this hazardous area LED light versatile and is a perfect fit for applications with common exposure to wetness or dusty conditions when space is a concern.”

Larson Electronics’ Magnalight.com carries an extensive line of explosion proof work lights, hazardous location LED lights, intrinsically safe lights, LED handlamps, and explosion proof tank lights. You can view Larson Electronics’ entire Magnalight line of explosion proof lighting by visiting their website at Magnalight.com. Magnalight can be reached directly by calling 1-800-369-6671 or 1-214-616-6180 for international inquiries.

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