Work lights: Dialight, a provider of LED lighting technology, today announced its SafeSite® LED Area Light is now IECEx/ATEX Zone 2, 22 certified for use hazardous locations, namely power generation, chemical, petrochemical and mining applications.
Delivering up to 105 lumens per watt, the new Zone 2, 22 SafeSite Area Light consumes half the electricity of traditional HID fittings, making it the most efficient LED fixture of its kind, all backed by Dialight’s exclusive 5-year full-performance warranty. Weighing less than 10 kg, the fitting is available in 21W, 38W, 48W, 58W and 68W options to replace up to 400W conventional HID fittings.
Dialight’s signature proprietary optics deliver precise light placement in either a 180° forward throw or 360° pattern for optimum visibility without any wasted light. With a CRI of 70, the SafeSite LED provides superior color rendering compared to high- and low-pressure sodium and mercury vapor fittings.
“Dialight’s SafeSite brand has set the standard in hazardous location lighting around the world, providing the most efficient and maintenance-free fittings that can stand up to the harshest conditions,” said Michael Sutsko, Dialight’s Group Chief Executive. “This product rounds out our Area Light line, enabling us to now offer customers both Zone 1, 21 and Zone 2, 22 versions to suit their specific needs.”
All SafeSite Area Lights come standard with a stirrup mounting bracket. Junction box models are also available, allowing through-wire of the fitting to connect multiple luminaires on a single circuit. SafeSite fittings operate on a universal 110-277V AC 50/60 Hz input.
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.