Hazardous location lighting

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Torrance, Calif.—To give users a safer lighting option in hazardous locations, Pelican Products Inc. has announced that their Advanced Area Lighting Group has rolled out the 9435 Remote Area Lighting System (RALS) as its first safety-approved LED area lighting system.

Built with versatility and safety in mind, the Pelican 9435 is a compact, 17.6-pound, portable area lighting system that boasts stringent approvals from ETL (Class I, Div. 2) CE and ATEX. It features a swiveling telescope mast (extends to nearly 3 feet), a 360 degree articulated light array and a wide area handle for easy gloved grip and transport.

The Pelican 9435’s next-generation LEDs and dual power mode (with waterproof switch) radiate 1,500 lumens in high and 750 in low. Powered by a maintenance-free rechargeable battery, the system offers up to 5 hours of peak brightness and takes 8 hours to be completely charged when fully expended.

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