Phoenix introduces new low-voltage LED floodlight
Published by John Williams,
Global Mining Review,
Phoenix Lighting has introduced the Sturdilite® Master Series - an impact-resistant, long-lasting, low-voltage LED floodlight specifically built for mobile mining equipment. In an environment that doesn’t historically allow for fixture longevity, Phoenix has rewritten the standards by building and testing this fixture for every extreme.
The Master Series is IK10 rated and features a super heavy-duty harp to withstand significant and continuous shock and vibration. The durable yet compact design also features a dirt, dust and debris resistant lens coating.
The floodlight in two voltage options – 12 - 48 V and 24 - 4 8V, and two versions – 24 W and 48 W that produces up to 2500 and 5000 lumens, respectively. The Master Series uses Osram LEDs and has a 5000 K colour temperature.
The Master Series has three application-specific beam patterns; spot, flood, and elliptical, to optimize light output and distribution for all equipment. An additional key feature includes the aiming indicators on the harp that ensure easy installation and replication of the beam angles.
A conformal coated circuit board ensures the fixture will withstand the rigors of the mining environment. The premium line of LED fixtures includes high temperature polycarbonate lens and tempered glass lens options. A strategically placed breather valve allows vapor and pressure to escape, thus optimising performance and lifetime of the fixture.
The Master Series is extremely versatile and can be used with any direct current power source. The fixture can perform in a broad temperature range of -40°C to 65°C, has a 50 000 hour rated life and 3 year warranty.
Read the article online at: https://www.globalminingreview.com/product-news/03062020/phoenix-introduces-new-low-voltage-led-floodlight/
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