Next gen industrial-strength floodlights shine bright

The new-generation R. Stahl LED floodlights are explosion-protected and come in three performance classes: 100W, 160W and 225W.

Knowing that industrial-strength lighting is an important consideration for many operations, Australian company Control Logic distributes the R. Stahl series of LED floodlights.

The new-generation R. Stahl LED floodlights are explosion-protected and come in three performance classes: 100W, 160W and 225W.

Control Logic says these high-performance floodlights are suitable for marine and offshore industrial situations. They feature an IK 10 impact-resistant IP 66 degree of protection and have a robust stainless steel enclosure. R. Stahl LED floodlights can withstand temperatures as extreme as -60 to +60 degrees Celsius. 

The R. Stahl range of products also come in enclosure types made of 316L double-coated stainless steel.  Because of its streamlined design and new driver technology, depending on the models, the weights are greatly reduced, from 19 to 15.5 kg. 

For global usage, the input voltage has been expanded from 100 volts to 277 volts AC, as well as 176 volts to 264 volts for DC ranges.

To meet the criteria for most public support measures, the models available through Control Logic’s distribution points, are optionally available in wide-beam, medium-beam or narrow-beam light distribution and can achieve lighting efficiency of more than 100 lm/W.

R. Stahl LED floodlights are available in cold white (6,500K), neutral white (5,000K) and warm white (4,000K) as standard light colours. They also come in extra-warm white and phosphorus-converted yellow LED versions for environment friendly outdoor lighting.

Control Logic’s R. Stahl LED model series 6525/22 floodlights will free your operations up from time-consuming restricted breathing tests after installation and maintenance. 

It can also be supplied with an integrated DALI interface for digitally networked lighting management.   

As well as the easy-to-install 612/2 series for Zone 1, the range also includes the 6525/21 and 6525/22 model series, specifically designed for operation in Zones 2, 21 and 22.

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