Cabinet and Control Panel Lights - LED Strips
Larson Electronics offers a large line of compact cabinet and control panel LED and UV LED lights – a variety of low profile fixtures designed to be installed within low light areas such as electrical cabinets, control panels, electrical rooms, and below deck to illuminate them for greater visibility. Each fixture is built to last with tough corrosion-resistant housing and the structural benefits of LED lighting.
Our hazardous location low profile lights are Class 1 Division 2 fixtures for use in dangerous working locations where space is tight or ceilings are low, and explosive materials, water or moisture present potential hazards.
We also have low profile general-area fixtures in our line, which are designed for non-hazardous locations where no threat of explosion or fire is present.
All of our LED and UV LED light strips, deck lights, rail lights and spreader lights can be mounted on any flat surface allowing for location versatility, ideal for small spaces where headroom is tight, but powerful lighting is required.
At Larson Electronics, we do more than meet your lighting needs. We also provide replacement, retrofit, and upgrade parts as well as industrial grade power accessories. Our craftsmen can custom build any lighting system and/or accessories to fit the unique demands of your operation. A commitment to honesty, quality, and dependability has made Larson Electronics a leader in the lighting and electronics business since1973. Contact us today at 800-369-6671 or message email@example.com for more information about our custom options tailored to meet your specific industry needs.
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|04/19/17||Lumen Recommendations for Common and Industrial Work Spaces|
Light brightness requirements for common and industrial spaces differ greatly. To achieve consistent, bright environments, the fixture’s luminous flux (or lumen [lm], which is the SI unit of luminous flux) must be taken into consideration. By definition, the term “luminous flux” (lx) refers to the total amount of light energy emitted from a fixture in all directions. [...]
|02/20/16||Voltage Drop in Low Voltage Lighting Systems|
Because of the risks associated with flammable gases, dusts, and particles in hazardous work areas, low voltage lighting systems are a natural choice to increase safety in areas where the potential for combustion exists. This becomes especially challenging when lights must be run at long distances with limited power sources. Low voltage systems typically run on 12-24 volts DC, but even within this lower range, a precise balance between distance, wattage load, and correct wire gauge must be [...]
|02/16/16||Lumen vs Foot-Candles – Which Is More Accurate for Measuring Illumination?|
When a customer is looking for lights, the most common question posed is “how bright is this light?” As lighting technology improves, the standard measurements of illumination aren’t always the most accurate in calculating a light’s output. Understanding how each rating is determined will help you choose the best fixture for an application. [...]