New EWL-80 LED lighting fixture and floodlight from Cortem
10 July 2012
EWL-80 series lighting fixtures and floodlights are the first of a family designed for hazardous areas that use new LED technology, allowing greater light output without incurring any LED deterioration.
The finned aluminum alloy body has been designed to obtain maximum heat dissipation, maintaining a low temperature class (T5 – T100°C), and acting as a heat sink for the LED plate mounted inside and directly on the body.
The unique design of the lamp body and of the housing, which contains the power supply, does not allow the accumulation of dust thanks to the presence of a gap the fins and housing and allows self-cleaning in case of rain or air movement. This also permits proper heat dissipation and a long LED service life.
Furthermore, LEDs, unlike discharge lamps, do not ionize the particles of air around the lamp and do not attract dust particles suspended in the air.
The EWL-80 series is particularly suitable to replace mercury or metal halide discharge lamps used for the lighting of external and internal areas of industrial plants.
The lighting fixture version has a light beam opening of 120°, while the floodlight is available with different optics which have openings of 40°, 20° and 10°.
EWL-80/40, EWL-80/20 and EWL-80/10 Cortem LED floodlights are designed to illuminate equipment or roads in areas at risk of explosion with a concentrated light beam.
With the 20° and 10° versions it is possible to illuminate a target at close distance in a very precise way. The 40° version allows the illumination of areas where it is necessary to integrate the ambient lighting or replace it completely. The white and clear LED light is very penetrating with a good colour rendering index, improving the visibility of signs, tools, panels and other equipment.
Thanks to its “Ex de” type of protection, the electrical connection can be made with an increased safety connection box with terminals. This new product is ATEX and IECEx certified.
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