Applicable to a variety of flammable and explosive places and a variety of outdoor operations, construction sites and installations, facilities and other places as a large area of floodlight fixed lighting.
*High-quality explosion-proof performance, can be safely used in a variety of flammable and explosive places.
*Flameproof lighting is using high-power LED as a light source, high luminous efficiency, long life, strong shock resistance,
*With reasonable light distribution design, the lighting range is large, the angle is wide, the brightness is high, and the illumination is uniform.
*Reliable sealing design, and surface spray treatment, good waterproof performance, IP66 protection grade, anti-corrosion performance, ensuring long-term outdoor use of lamps.
*The shell of explosion proof lamp is made of high-strength aluminum alloy material and tempered glass, and the optimized structure design has high resistance to strong impact and impact.
*The shell uses a heat-conducting groove to effectively control the heat dissipation performance of the LED lamp body to ensure long-term stable use of the ATEX lamp.
*The driving power supply adopts constant current and wide voltage, and the performance is stable and reliable.
Input voltage range
50Hz / 60Hz
Ra 70 (80 Optional)
5000K (3000K/4000K Optional)
Net weight (kg)
1. Q: How many LEDs does it take to replace a HPS, incandescent or fluorescent light?
A: This can vary according to each particular using places, and requested lighting area.
If you need replacement, please contact us online or send email.
2. Q: What kind of product warranty do you offer?
A: Warranties depends on particular products and using place.
3. Q: How to install your fixture?
A: Our fixtures are attached with instruction manual, optional or customized accessories depend on the application.
4. Q: What is the ETA (Estimated time of arrival) of purchased light?
A: Our standard lead time is 2-4 weeks, but it depends on the quantity of order. Please send a quote for more accurate lead time base on your project requirements.
5. Q: What is the difference between Cool White and Warm White?
A: Warm white was developed for applications which require a warmer light spectrum, for example, in residential areas or applications where wildlife may be impacted.
Cool white is closer to the spectrum produced by fluorescent lights and is approximately 25% brighter than warm white. This option is more suited for applications that require increased illumination or more energy efficient fixtures.