Work lights: Dialight, a provider of LED lighting technology, offers a new addition to its lineup of high-intensity LED panel mount indicators. The new watertight 656 Series 1/2” indicators incorporate the latest LED technology to deliver superior brightness and visibility in five standard colors for a wide range of indoor and outdoor applications, including instrument and UL 508 panels, safety indicators, power generation, rail, bus and airline transportation and vehicle and equipment applications.
Featuring an IP-67 rated, fully water-, dust- and dirt-proof design, the 656 Series is built with a robust tamper-proof metal housing that is extremely durable and highly resistant to shock and vibration, making it ideal for use in harsh environments and public spaces.
The lens is available in both flat and wide-angle domed design for up to 180-degree visibility. Unlike most lenses that are coated with UV protectant, the 656 Series lens features a polycarbonate lens with integrated UV-stabilizer to prevent discoloration and degradation that will not peel, crack or fade in direct sunlight. The red, yellow, green, blue and white color options all offer high-intensity illumination, making them fully daylight viewable.
The 656 Series operates in a wide voltage range from 12v to 125v DC and 125v to 230v AC, covering the full spectrum of applications. Installation can be made using either a 6” wire lead or with Faston quick-connect blade terminals for fast and secure installation. The units are UL 1598 certified and RoHS compliant with 6C exemption.
Rated for a minimum 100,000 hour lifespan, the 656 Series carries Dialight’s 1-year full-performance warranty.
Dialight (LSE: DIA.L) is leading the energy efficient LED lighting revolution around the world for industrial and hazardous areas as well as transportation and infrastructure applications. For 40 years it has been committed to the development of LED lighting solutions that enable organizations to vastly reduce energy use and maintenance needs, improve safety, ease disposal and reduce CO2 emissions. The company is headquartered in the UK with operations in the USA, UK, Denmark, Germany, Malaysia, Singapore, Australia and Mexico.