Larson Electronics LLC Releases 100 Foot Explosion Proof LED Drop Light / Trouble Light

September 14, 2018

Leader in industrial lighting, Larson Electronics, has just announced a new explosion proof LED drop light/trouble light that comes with 100 feet of active travel with an additional 2 feet for safety wrap and hook up. This LED drop light operates on 110-120VAC and is ideal for general lighting, detailed tasks and inspections, and tank cleaning in hazardous locations, industrial facilities, oil refineries and more.

The EHL-LED-7W-GCR100 is a 10-watt explosion proof drop light designed for Class I Division 1 and 2 and Class II Division 1 and 2 hazardous locations. The 10-watt LED lamp emits 1,050 lumens of bright white light, twice the output of a 100-watt incandescent and comes complete with 100' of SOOW 16/3 AWG cable wound inside of the retractable cord reel. The high efficiency LED bulb requires no ballast, so operators don't need to drag the ballast housing around. This eliminates the problem of the ballast becoming entangled in the cord, and keeps the unit organized and smooth-running.

The integrated cord reel has a lift/drag of up to 100 feet of 16AWG/3C SOW/SOOW round cable for active travel plus an additional 2FT for safety wrap and hook up. The slip ring enclosure is built to NEMA 4 standard and has 3 conductors which include two Live and one Ground. The reel features a ball stop, a ratchet with a lockout feature, and 4 roller guide arm for efficient extension and recoil and is constructed of durable steel with a powder coat finish.

This explosion proof LED hand light operates on standard 120 Volts, 60 Hz for US voltages, with 110V and 115V options available. The chemical and abrasion resistant cord is equipped with customer's choice of industrial grade cord cap including a British BS1363 13 amp fused 3-blade plug for United Kingdom outlets, a two pin 16 amp rated Schuko plug with ground contact and socket for European outlets up to 250V, or junction box.

“This LED fixture is a much safer and more convenient option for completing tasks and inspections,” said Rob Bresnahan, CEO of Larson Electronics LLC. “The included hook gives operators hands-free operation and the elimination of a ballast keeps the cord tangle-free.”

 Larson Electronics LLC 

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