Larson Electronics Creates 7 Watt LED Light

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Larson Electronics has developed a 7 watt LED work light with factory integrated cord reel, intended for installation within a hazardous workplace. Producing 760 lumens of light, the EHL-LED-7W-50-HR LED drop light with cord reel operates in an approved Class 1 Division 1 & 2 and Class II Division 1 & 2 unit. Designed for ease of use, strong output and long life, this LED drop light can be permanently installed within the work area. The LED design of this work lamp operates with 110, 115, or 120 VAC. Included in this drop light package is an explosion-proof approved cord reel containing 50 feet of SOOW cord. Designed with a built-in ratcheting mechanism and 4-roller adjustable cable guide and ball stop, this cord reel provides easy cord management, preventing issues with tangling or possible tripping hazards a standard cord may create. While suitable for indoor and outdoor use, the lamp is ideal for use in petrochemical refineries, industrial chemical processors, oil rigs, industrial manufacturing plants and any locations where flammable chemicals, vapors and similar materials are encountered.

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