Posted: Tuesday, April 16, 2013 8:00 am

Larson Electronics Unveils Rechargeable Explosion-Proof LED Light Cart System


Larson Electronics Magnalight made public the EPL-RPS-1MLED rechargeable, explosion proof LED light cart. Designed to run 11 hours on a single charge, the Class 1 and Class 2 Division 1 LED light can illuminate a work area of more than 5000 feet.

(PRWEB) April 16, 2013

Larson Electronics Magnalight unveiled the EPL-RPS-1MLED rechargeable hazardous area LED lighting system. Powered by 140 amp hours of battery capacity, the 10,000 lumen LED light can operate for more than 11 hours on a full charge. A 100 foot cord is included and the rechargeable, explosion proof lighting system can be charged inside or outside the hazardous area. Housed within an aluminum wheeled cart, this 380 pound LED lighting system is easily maneuvered to different locations. Operators can use the light free from grid or generator power, while avoiding cord trip hazards. This rechargeable Class 1 Division 1 and Class 2 Division 1 LED lighting system can easily cover 5,000 square feet with bright white illumination. Customization, including stainless steel carts, larger tires, and elevated lighting options are available.

“We get more and more requests for rechargeable lights that can deliver a wide coverage area,” said Rob Bresnahan with “We have all kinds of lantern and flashlight style explosion proof LED lights, but this is the first system of its kind that completely eliminates the need for grid or generator power, while illuminating a large area.”

Larson Electronics Magnalight produces a wide area of rechargeable and corded explosion proof lighting products for paint spray booths and hazardous areas. You can learn more by visiting, calling 1-800-369-6671 or emailing sales(at)magnalight(dot)com.

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