Larson Electronics Releases New LED Work Light with Magnetic Base

By CIOReview | Thursday, December 31, 2015
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KEMP, TX: Larson Electronics, manufacturer and supplier of explosion proof lighting equipment announces the release of EPL-MPM-150LED-100 LED light. The EPL-MPM-150LED-100 is a pedestal mount LED work light with a magnetic base, rated Class 1 Division 1-2 Groups C & D and Class 2 Division 1-2.

 The main features of new explosion proof LED Light include: 6 inch wide square LED light head mounted within a portable base stand, 9,500 square feet of work area coverage with 13,000 lumens of light output, 200 lbs of gripping force offered by the four magnets build into the portable A-Frame stand base, adjustable LED lamp producing 12,500 lumens with a color temperature of 5000K and a color rendering index of 75 and operates on a range from 100-277 volts 50/60 Hz AC, or low voltage 11-25 volts AC/DC.

The explosion proof LED light head also features multiple LED drivers. In case of failure of LED array or driver the entire fixture remains illuminated without affecting the other LED banks. This in turn helps to increase the operational life of the fixture when compared to the traditional system. Special heat dissipating design in conjunction with LED technology helps this fixture to achieve an excellent 60,000 hour rated lifespan with 80 percentlumen retention. These LED lights have no delicate filaments or fragile housing that breaks during illumination,  making them more reliable, stable, durable, and energy efficient light source.The latest EPL-MPM-150LED-100 explosion light is ideal for illuminating closed areas and hazardous locations in industries due to low heat production and uses less power. This pedestal base stand explosion proof light  can be used for various applications including construction, temporary offshore & marine lighting, portable rig lighting, grain processing, oil field lighting and paint spray booths that require a durable and quality lighting.

“This explosion proof work light is the LED alternative to a 400 watt metal halide,” says Rob Bresnahan with Larsonelectroncis.com