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Larson Electronics launches LED bug eyes emergency lighting for hazardous locations

Larson Electronics launches LED bug eyes emergency lighting for hazardous locations

February 20, 2015: Larson Electronics has announced the release of a Class 1 Division 2 LED bug eyes emergency lighting system for use within hazardous locations where fail-safe lighting reliability is a must.

The HAL-EMG-EXT-12W-2L from Larson Electronics is an ideal solution for operators who wish to ensure their hazardous workspaces employ the most effective and reliable safety lighting options available. In the event of power outages, this unit automatically switches to a battery backup which will power the unit for 90+ minutes or until power is restored. Once the power is restored, a built in charger will return the unit to a fully charged state. This hazardous area emergency lighting fixture carries an integral maintenance-free, sealed, high temperature nickel-cadmium battery backup power supply. The battery is protected from deep discharge by solid state circuitry which senses low voltage and turns the unit off before damaging the battery. This emergency light is multi-voltage capable and operates on voltages ranging from 120 volts to 277 volts. It can withstand temperature variances ranging from 0°C to +50°C and its low maintenance design offers up to ten years of operational life. An integrated pilot light indicates the presence of AC current and a test switch allows for easy confirmation of proper operation.

?This unit is great for use within hazardous locations that may become unpleasantly dark once power is severed,? said Rob Bresnahan with Larsonelectronics.com. ?It provides enough lighting to ensure that all employees make it to the exit safely when an emergency arises.?

Larson Electronics carries an extensive line of LED lights, boat lights, intrinsically safe LED lights, LED blasting lights and explosion proof lights.

For more info: http://www.larsonelectronics.com/

Larson Electronics launches LED bug eyes emergency lighting for hazardous locations

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