String Lights and Temporary Light Stringers
These temporary string lights are ideal for temporary illumination on the job site. These stringers provide operators with a portable light source that can be moved from location to location. We provide explosion proof, hazardous location, vapor proof, and work area stringer sets. Lamp options include incandescent, compact fluorescent, and LED light sources. Voltage options include 120-277V AC 50/60 Hz for line voltage, 12-24V AC/DC for low voltage applications, and 120-277V high voltage stepped down to 12-24V DC low voltage with an inline transformer. 347-480V AC units available for special order.
Our explosion proof string lights are approved for use in Class 1 Division 1 and Class 2 Division 1 environments where flammable gases, vapors, and dusts exist or stand the potential to exist. These C1D1/C2D1 stringers provide operators with a portable lighting solution for use in applications including tank cleaning, portable rig lighting, offshore and marine use, oil filed lighting, mining, and inspection and MRO illumination.
Our hazardous location string lights are approved for use in Class 1 Division 2 and Class 2 Division 2 environments where flammable gases, vapors, and dusts stand the potential to exist but do not exist under normal operating conditions. These C1D2/C2D2 provide a portable lighting solution for use in applications including drilling rigs, portable rig lighting, marine and saltwater use, boat maintenance, offshore applications, inspection and MRO, mining, and temporary construction lighting.
Our vapor proof string lights are designed for applications requiring a temporary light source in environments that require vapor proof lighting. These industrial grade stringers are factory sealed from the harsh elements from the work environment. These vapor proof lights are suitable for wet areas and marine use and provide a portable lighting solution for applications including manufacturing, warehouses, job site lighting, construction sites, marine and offshore use, and any application requiring a heavy duty and water proof temporary light source.
Our work area string lights are designed for construction and temporary job site lighting. These outdoor rated string lights provide a temporary lighting solution for use in applications including but are not limited to construction, cat walks, tunnels, inspection and MRO, road work, scaffolding, warehouses, and any application requiring temporary job site lighting. These outdoor rated stringers are also ideal for patio and deck lighting outside of restaurants, hotels, boat docks, garage and parking structures, and any application that requires an outdoor rated light source for general illumination spanning over a long distance.
Larson Electronics offers a large assortment of voltages including low voltage 12V and 24V stringers to meet with OSHA low voltage requirements, as well as 277V, 347V and 480V string lights for tunnel lighting and extended length runs. Many of our string light sets can be daisy chained together to connect multiple stringers end to end, extending the illuminated area while utilizing a single power source. Cable options include SJTW, SOOW, and metal clad cable for permament installations. These string lights are manufactured in the United States of America. We can custom build these string lights to meet your requirements.
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|03/21/17||OSHA and MSHA Requirements for String Lights|
Industrial string lights are used to support temporary lighting systems. Such luminaries are commonly found in mining operations, warehouses and construction sites. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) governs the application of temporary string lights to ensure safety for operators and nearby workers in the site. [...]
|08/16/16||How Much Light is Enough Light|
Lighting choices vary, depending on the needs of the applicable location and personal preferences of individuals in the area. A “one size fits all” solution is rarely available when determining the lighting requirements of multiple environments. For example, lighting configurations for an office may differ, compared to a packaging warehouse. Even if the two facilities were the same size, the type of work being carried out in the buildings dictate the properties or characteristics [...]
|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. [...]
|09/05/13||Basics of Hazardous Location Confined Space Lighting|
The terms explosion proof and intrinsically safe refer to different types of electrical equipment which have been designed specifically to be used in locations where potential flammable or explosive atmospheres are present. Explosion proof equipment is generally higher powered and designed to prevent any ignitions within the lamp from igniting the atmosphere outside the lamp. Foe example, if gases enter into the lamp housing and are ignited by a spark, the lamp contains the ignited gases long e [...]