Safety products: Larson Electronics has announced the release of a 150-watt portable LED work light mounted to an adjustable aluminum frame. The EPL-TFM-150LED-RT-100-CPP516 is a versatile explosion proof LED work light that produces 12,000 lumens of light while drawing only 150 watts of power and provides 9,000 square feet of work area coverage. The explosion proof LED work light is comprised of a 16 inch by 14 inch light head that is mounted on a tubular frame pedestal fabricated from lightweight aluminum with a convenient carrying handle built into the top of the frame. The LED light head on this unit produces a brilliant flood pattern of light that is ideal for illuminating enclosed areas and hazardous locations where flammable vapors, gases and dusts may be present. The lamp can be easily adjusted up or down 90° and locked in to place by loosening two hand screws located on either side of the light head and retightening them once the desired angle is found.
The light head features multiple LED drivers which help increase the operational life of the fixture. With traditional LED lights, in the event an LED array or driver fails, the entire fixture no longer illuminates. This new series of LED lamps contains twelve individual LED boards configured in a series of banks. Each bank contains two LED boards with an individual driver. In the event of a driver failure, only one bank of LEDs will be affected while the other banks will continue to operate. In the event of an LED failure, the mating LED will continue to operate. Included with this light is 100 ft. of SOOW cable terminated in a CPP516 explosion proof pin and sleeve cord cap. This unit is an excellent energy efficient upgrade option for bulky and high maintenance cost fixtures.
“The extreme durability, universal voltage, and LED longevity make this flood lighting system an ideal fit for tank cleaning, oil field maintenance and repairs, and offshore applications,” said Rob Bresnahan with Larsonelectronics.com. “The LEDs used in this light use less energy and create less heat which reduces energy costs by lowering the amount of electricity needed to illuminate large areas.”