Approved under both UL and ATEX safety standards, the EXPRL-91 Intrinsically Safe LED is an ideal portable light source for workers in hazardous locations. Designed for rugged and dependable operation, this intrinsically safe LED flashlight’s housing is constructed of a lightweight and chemical resistant polymer that provides a no-slip grip and high resistance to damage from impacts and dropping.
The EXPRL-91 is also fitted with high grade LED lamp assemblies which provide additional impact and vibration resistance while also providing up to 360 lumens of high-quality light output. Additionally, the flashlight offers multiple modes of operation including a single standard flashlight mode producing 160 lumens, a floodlight mode producing 200 lumens, spot/flood combination for 360 lumens, and momentary or continuous strobing flash operation. The EXPRL-91 will run for 6 hours when in standard flashlight mode, and up to 16 hours in strobe light mode when fully charged. Power is provided by rechargeable NiMH batteries rated at 1000+ recharge cycles, and recharging is via a standard 100-240 VAC wall charger and charging cradle or 12 VDC vehicle charging cord, all of which is included with the flashlight.
Published: Tuesday, 30 October 2012 18:43
Larson Electronics, www.lxflashlights.com