Posted on April 6, 2012 - ( views)
R. Stahl's portable LED light for hazardous areas offers a maximum luminous intensity of 24,000 Candela and a range of up to 155m at a 1 lx illuminance. Weighing just under 1.5kg, the completely revised 6148 series is now also lighter than previous models on the market. After up to eight hours of operation, the light's VRLA battery is fully recharged after a maximum charging time of twelve hours. The 4.5Ah battery has a service life of up to four years even under intensive use. The main LED, which generates cold white light with a colour temperature of 6,000K, requires only 3W.
The ergonomically designed, IP66-protected units are suitable for rugged environments and ambient temperatures between -20 and 50°C. In addition to IEC Ex and ATEX certifications, the light comes with the automotive certificate E1. A dim function allows users to quickly and easily adjust the luminous intensity of the portable light. Furthermore, the unit features a blinking mode which is also available when the light is dimmed, and an integrated emergency light function.
The portable light is delivered with a charger that supports input voltages of 12...30VDC as well as 100...240 V AC. Accessories include a connection cable that enables operation of the charger in a vehicle, and an adapter for other chargers. If the battery is charged in a vehicle, the charger monitors the input voltage and stops the charging process when the vehicle battery is put under too much stress. Optionally, the new portable light can be equipped with yellow and red colour filters and a diffuser lens. Moreover, a belt clip and a shoulder strap are available for comfortable carrying and hands-free operation.
Am Bahnhof 30
for EX areas & extreme climates
for use in Ex zone 1/2 and 21/22
offers more diagnostics options and increased availability
for printers in hazardous areas
for inspection tasks in hazardous areas
- audible and visual signalling devices
with power management
for explosion-protected HMI systems
for hazardous areas
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