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ENERGY SAVING LIGHTING HAS HAZARDOUS AREA APPROVALS

07-12-2018
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Control Logic has a range of LED-based tubular light fittings that promise considerable energy savings in hazardous environments. The R. Stahl 6036 series are suitable for use in Ex zones 1/21 and 2/22 where they provide a low-energy alternative to typical linear luminaires.

At just 55mm diameter, the new lights take up less than half the space required by conventional linear luminaires, and are less than half the weight. More importantly, their luminous efficiency is far in excess of traditional types.

For example 30 four-foot-long LED-based tubular light fittings would deliver an illuminance of approximately 500 lx. This would usually require 35 linear luminaires with two 36W fluorescent tubes each. However, the 6036 series consume only about half the power: the specific power consumption per 100 lx is just 1.5W/m².

The tubular light fittings can be operated over a very wide temperature range from -40 to +60°C. The maintenance-free units are suitable for general lighting purposes or for use as machine lamps.

The vibration-proof units are IP66/IP67-protected by default, resulting in excellent suitability for maritime applications. In addition to ATEX and IECEx certificates, they are also approved by numerous other international bodies.

Control Logic
1800 557 705
www.controllogic.com.au

 

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