New Birns Chamber Light

Press Release
Wednesday, March 06, 2013
Photo: Birns

The new Birns General-Area Chamber Light-LED safely provides lighting inside HeO2-atmosphere PVHO chambers. It’s a customizable solution for submersibles, diving bells, personnel transfer capsules and a wide range of decompression, recompression and hyperbaric chambers.

This system provides white light 3500K illumination with a 50,000 hour lamp life and a low <1W power consumption. It has an electrochemically polished aluminum reflector, and is vibration and shock proof—tailored to withstand the rigors of varying pressure work environments. The Birns General-Area Chamber Light-LED can mount on nearly any ceiling or structure wall and has a superior heat sink design and case ground (earth) connection for safe and seamless operation. It features a stainless steel helium release valve to prevent the risk of post-decompression explosion. This comprehensive low voltage (15-40V DC; 12-28V AC) system comes with a factory-installed penetrator and cable assembly and meets or exceeds applicable Det Norske Veritas (DNV), Lloyd's, and UL requirements. Crafted from anodized aluminum with a tempered borosilicate glass lens, it integrates a stainless steel cage for additional lamp protection and can be specified with an added connector and/or on/off switch.

www.birns.com

 

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