Larson Electronics, a leading provider of intrinsically safe LED lights, explosion proof LED work lights, portable LED light, explosion proof flashlights and LED trouble lights, has released a new pedestal mount LED light designed for high output and versatile operation.
The company’s EPL-MB-150LED-250 magnetic mount explosion proof LED light features a powerful 150 watt LED lamp assembly and a simple aluminium based stand with magnetic mount capabilities, which allows it to illuminate 9.500 square feet of work area with 12.500 lumens of light output.
It provides operators with a powerful hazardous location suitable lighting solution that can be mounted to almost any metallic surface, or utilised as a standalone pedestal light.
According to the press release on the PR Web, this light head produces a brilliant flood pattern of light that is ideal for illuminating enclosed areas and hazardous locations where flammable vapours, gases and dusts may be present.
“The lamp can be easily adjusted up or down 90° and locked into position by loosening the two hand screws located on either side of the light head and tightening them once the desired angle is found,” reads the press release.
“This portable LED light head is mounted to a spun aluminium base with up and down adjustability. This two piece mounting system provides excellent versatility and allows the operators to run this light as a standard pedestal light, or as a temporary mounted light for illuminating larger areas.”
An aluminium mounting bracket equipped with four 200 pound grip magnetic feet allows operators to mount the bracket to almost any ferrous metallic surface and then hang the light fixture. Included with this explosion proof LED light is 250’ of SOOW cord ending in a 1523 explosion proof straight blade plug, providing ample length for connecting to outlets outside the work area.
“The EPL-MB-150LED-250 is our new freestanding or magnetic mount explosion proof LED light that makes an operator’s job easier. This light setup gives operators needing temporary explosion proof lighting more options for positioning the light source,” said Rob Bresnahan with Larsonelectronics.com.