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Working Lamp with Charging Station for Use in Hazardous Areas

25 January 2012

This new high-quality and mobile LED working lamp with charging station made by BARTEC has been designed for the comfortable illumination of works spaces in all explosion-hazardous areas with gas or dust, i.e. it is suitable for use in zones 0/20, 1/21 and 2/22.

Bartec Working lamp
Bartec Working lamp

Its high performance is based on the wide temperature range of use from -20°C to +60°C, the protection against strong water jets (IP 66) and 30 high-quality LEDs which, with a luminous power of over 600 lux from a distance of 1m, allow to work safely at any operating site.

Due to the charging adapters for 12V-24V DC and for 200V-250V included in the standard scope of delivery, the working lamp can be recharged both in the truck and from the 230V mains supply outside the hazardous area.

When charged, the working lamp can be used for continuous operation during 6 hours. A highly efficient lithiumion accumulator guarantees a long operating life and a short charging time of maximally 3 hours (80% charging capacity within 1hour) and provides for fast availability in everyday operation.

In spite of its compact and robust construction type made of impact-proof and slip resistant plastic, the new BARTEC Ex working lamp is characterized by low weight (approx. 600g), easy use and an aesthetic patent-protected design.

The ATEX and IEC Ex certified working lamp with charging station is available in two versions, with open or closed turnable fastening hooks.


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