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Explosion Proof Lighting Fixture: 120 to 277V AC, For 2 Bulbs, T8, LED, Pendant Mount

Item 
20LM11
Mfr. Model 
EPL-48-2L-LED-PND

Product Details

Catalog Page
462
Brand
LARSON ELECTRONICS LLC
Dimmable
No
Emergency Battery Backup
No
Fixture Voltage
120 to 277V AC
For Max. Bulb Wattage
28 W
For Number of Bulbs
2
Lighting Technology
LED
Lumens
7,000 lm
Number of Bulbs
2
Overall Height
8-1/2 in
Overall Length
52 in
Overall Width
11-1/4 in
Ambient Temp. Range
-22° to 185°F
Color Rendering Index
80
Color Temperature
5600K
Fixture Rated Life
50,000 hr
For Bulb Shape
T8
For Bulb Type
LED
Ingress Protection Rating
67
Lamp Type
Integrated LED
Lens Material
Glass
BAA Compliant
Yes
CA Title 24 Compliant
Yes
Housing Finish
High Gloss
Housing Material
Aluminum
Includes
1/2 in NPT Hub Size; LED Bulbs; Wall/Ceiling/Flat Surface Mounting Brackets
Lighting Certification
Unrated
Lumens per Watt
125 lm/W
Mounting Style
Pendant
Lamp Watts
28 W
Max. Fixture Wattage
56 W
Max. Ambient Temp.
185 °F
Min. Ambient Temp.
-22 °F
Mounting Location
Pendant
Safety Rating
Class I, Division 1 and 2, Groups C, D; Class II, Division 1 and 2, Groups E, F, G
Standards
CE Certified; Certified to Canadian Standards; LEL Listed; NEMA 4X
Temperature Code
T6
UL/CSA/ETL Listed
UL 1598 Listed; UL 595 Listed; UL 844 Listed; UL Listed
UNSPSC
39111902
Country of Origin
USA (subject to change)
Product Description

These Class I and II fixtures illuminate Division 1 hazardous locations where flammable gases or vapors and/or combustible dusts are normally present. Their group ratings designate use in locations with specific types of gas, vapor, or dust. Also called explosion-proof fixtures, they contain explosions that may trigger within the fixture and prevent arcs or sparks within the fixture from igniting gases, vapors, or dusts on or near the fixture.

Flammable gases and vapors are Class I hazards commonly found in petroleum refineries, fuel dispensaries, sewage treatment plants, and processes using chemicals, paints, coatings, or sealants. Combustible dusts are Class II hazards commonly found in pharmaceutical factories, coal-handling plants, grain elevators, and plants processing flour, feed, or powder.