The EPL-CM-100W-HV Explosion Proof Light from Larson Electronics is a powerful incandescent lamp with versatile mounting options. This 100-watt unit features compact, medium-base compatability and emits 2,100 lumens of white light. For durability in rough work environments, the luminary is corrosion resistant, waterproof and suitable for use in wet locations.
The EPL-CM-100W-HV is a reliable, sturdy incandesent light source for hazardous locations. This 100-watt explosion proof lamp emits 2,100 lumens of white light in a steady burn configuration. Featuring a medium-base design, the lamp is compact for installations in tight spaces. The unit's housing is waterproof, constructed of die cast aluminum, and UL tested to withstand 1490 lbs per square inch of hydrostatic pressure.
This explosion proof luminary is protected by an impact and heat resistant clear prismatic globe with a heavy gauge aluminum reflector for excellent light control. Finished in baked powder epoxy, this lamp can be ordered with a choice of mounting options and configured to operate with 120V AC or 230V AC.
Note: To retain paint booth approval, lamps above 150 watts may not be used.
The hazardous area light carries a T3C temperature rating and is UL approved for Class I, Div. 1 & 2, Groups C and D; Class I, Zones 1 & 2, Groups llB, and llA; Class II, Div. 1 & 2, Groups E, F and G; and Class III, Div. 1 & 2. The unit is factory sealed and does not require external wiring. During installation, wiring is completed through a 3/4" threaded hub.
We offer four different mounting options with this explosion proof light.
Pendant Mount: Avaliable with a single 3/4"wiring hub, the pendant mount option allows operators to suspend the fixture from the ceiling or other suitable mounting location. The pendant mount option allows the operator to choose the distance of the fixture from the mounting surface by altering the length of the connecting conduit accordingly to achieve the desired position.
Wall Mount: Available with 4- 3/4" wiring hubs, the wall mount option allows operators to attach the fixture to flat surfaces such as walls, bulkheads, entryways etc. This option provides optimal placement for identifying specific locations such as exitways, entryways, high caution areas etc.
Ceiling Mount: Available with 4- 3/4" wiring hubs, the ceiling mount option provides the most rigid and secure placement of the fixture when mounted to ceiling locations. This mouting option provides a fixed position and has no provision for altering the distance of the lamp from the ceiling.
Stanchion Mount: Available with a single 3/4" wiring hub, the stanchion mount option allows operators to mount this unit in locations where vertical or horizontal wall or ceiling mounting is unavailable or undesirable. Additionally, the stanchion mount can be used to produce custom mounting angles or to mount the unit in unusual locations to achieve the best performance from the unit.
Number of Hubs and Sizes: The wiring hubs on these units are threaded for connection to rigid conduit and threaded connectors. Pendant and Stanchion mount configurations contain a single wiring hub and can be ordered with a 3/4" hub. Ceiling and Wall Mount configurations are available with 3/4" hubs and contain 4 threaded wiring hubs to allow feed through and series connections as well as connection to vertical or horizontally placed conduit.
Applications: Oil refineries, petrochemical plants, paint spray booths, offshore rigs, marinas, docks, warehouses, garages, commercial buildings, emergency lighting systems, mounted lighting, ammunition facilities, tank farms, pipeline pumping stations, marine loading, fuel transfer terminals and more.
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 since 1973. Contact us today at 800-369-6671 or message firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about our custom options tailored to meet your specific industry needs.