Safety lighting: Explosion proof drop light

Work light: Larson Electronics reveals new Class 1 Division 1 explosion proof drop light for hazardous locations.

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Utility supplies: Industrial lighting specialist Larson Electronics reveals their newly designed Class 1 Division 1 explosion proof drop light. This drop light is ideal for general close work and inspection activities in hazardous locations requiring explosion proof protection.

The EPL-DL-12-25-1523 explosion proof drop light is designed to operate on 12 volt current and comes complete with 25 ft. of 16/3 SOOW cord ending in a 15 amp explosion proof plug. The drop light housing is constructed of aluminum with a rubber bumper guard designed to provide an effective lighting solution for operators requiring a versatile source of illumination. The housing is equipped with a swivel hook for hanging and hands free operation. This hazardous location hand lamp is Class 1, Division 1 approved and equipped with a 100 watt incandescent bulb. This drop light is ideal for hazardous work areas where a ready source of easily managed lighting is desired and is suitable for use in areas where petrochemical vapors and various dusts are present. This explosion proof drop light operates on 12 volts AC or DC. This unit is not equipped with an inline transformer; therefor the operator must have a 12 volt low voltage power source to run this light.

“This Class 1 Division 1 explosion proof hand lamp provides portable light within classified locations that require low voltage,” Rob Bresnahan with “These hand lamps do not have an inline transformer for low voltage operation. They are designed to work on 12 volts AC or DC so the operator must have a 12 volt power source.”

Larson Electronics carries an extensive line of explosion proof LED lights, LED work lights, light towers, intrinsically safe LED lights, portable work lights and industrial grade LED area lights.

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