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Larson Electronics Reveals New Chemical Resistant LED Traffic Light for Use in Hazardous Environments

Larson Electronics, a leader in the industrial and commercial lighting industry, announced the release of a new dual colored hazardous location LED signal light.

The HAL-TL-2X10W-C chemical resistant LED traffic light from Larson Electronics is a Class 1 Division 2 signal stack light approved for use in hazardous environments where explosive and flammable gases, vapors, and dusts stand the potential to exist. This hazardous light is designed for routing traffic in industrial refueling stations and processing status indications in manufacturing facilities. This signal light is equipped with two 10 watt LED lamps that produce a green and red output. These lights can be configured to operate on a steady burn, a strobe or a steady burn and strobe combination and each LED lamp offers an exceptional 1,050 lumen output. This unit is weatherproof, dust-proof, and marine rated for wet environments. Power is provided by two cords equipped with straight blade plugs to allow independent operation of each lamp, making this unit ideal for fuel depots where stop and go indicators are necessary. This traffic light can be configured to work on 120 volts or 240 volts AC for use with standard line voltages or 12/24 volts DC for low voltage operation. Mounting is provided by a heavy gauge aluminum base with predrilled holes designed to be bolted to walls and flat surfaces for permanent and secure attachment.

“This new signal light is designed for resistance to the damaging and corrosive effects of chemicals and is ideal for use in filling stations and in plant operations where hazardous material may be present,” said Rob Bresnahan, CEO of Larson Electronics. “These units can be customized with a certain amount of lights, available with different color lamps, and available with explosion proof horns as well.”

Source: http://www.larsonelectronics.com/

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