Product News: Display & Presentation Equipment
Solar Powered LED Light Fixture has explosion proof design.
Press Release Summary:
March 28, 2014 -
Employing day/night sensor, manual switch, andÂ motion sensor to maximize battery life, EPL-24-2L-LED-LV-SOL12 is powered by two 10 aH sealed lead acid batteries that are recharged byÂ 60Â W solar panel. This 2 ft, 2-lamp unit will operate for 10 hr when battery is fully charged, and charging time for battery bank is 5 hr when panel is exposed to direct sunlight. UL-approved, Class I Division I, Class II Division I fixture includes 30 ft of SEOOW cable.
Original Press Release
Larson Electronics Releases a Solar Powered Explosion Proof LED Light Fixture
Press release date: March 20, 2014
The EPL-24-2L-LED-LV-SOL12 explosion proof solar powered LED light fixture from Larson Electronics is U.S./Canada UL approved Class I Division I, Class II Division I and is an ideal lighting solution for remote areas and standalone applications where connection to external power is either impractical or unavailable. This two foot long, two lamp fixture is a powerful yet compact hazardous location lighting that will improve overall illumination levels and light quality while reducing operating costs. This explosion proof LED light is powered by two 10aH sealed lead acid batteries that are recharged by a 60 watt solar panel. The LED bulbs used in the fixture are our new second generation LED T series 14 watt T17 style lamps which produce 15% more light than standard T8 bulbs when measured from eight feet. The fixture operates on 24V DC for use with the low voltage solar panel and includes 30 feet of SEOOW cable.
The solar powered explosion proof LED light fixture is equipped with a day/night sensor as well as a motion sensor to maximize the battery life. The motion sensor switches the light on when it detects movement and will keep the fixture illuminated for up to 20 minutes. The light may also be configured to work on the day/night sensor. When ambient light levels drop below 30 lux, typically at sunset, the fixture will automatically turn on. The fixture will operate for 10 hours when the battery is fully charged. Charging time for the battery bank is 5 hours when the panel is exposed to direct sunlight. As with all solar equipment, charging time is affected by the amount of available ambient light. So when the ambient light levels drop below a certain level, the unit will not recharge as quickly.
“By eliminating the ballast box that is normally associated with fluorescent fixtures, we have reduced the overall weight and created a slimmer profile,” Rob Bresnahan with Larsonelectronics.com said. “LED technology combined with solar panel operation significantly reduces operating costs of this fixture.”
Larson Electronics carries an extensive line of LED light towers, portable power distributions, explosion proof lights for hazardous locations, portable work lights and industrial grade LED area lights. You can view Larson Electronics’ entire line of lighting by visiting them on the web at larsonelectronics.com. You can also call 1-800-369-6671 to learn more or call 1-214-616-6180 for international inquiries.