Intrinsically Safe Flashlight AE Light Xenide 25W AEX25-EP
- Class 1, Division 2, Groups A-F (all gases and dust except grain) T4A, possible explosive environments to UL 783 standard
- Chargers: 100/240VAC 50/60Hz, Optional DC 12-24VDC w/overcharge protection, LED indicator
- Light body: Black hard anodized aircraft grade aluminum
- Color Temperature: 6500K±
- Run time: 130 minutes
- Length: 13.5 in., 343 mm
- Weight: 32oz., 907 gm
- Light head: 3 in., 76.2 mm
- Hand grip: 1.5 in., 38 mm
- Power Supply: Rechargeable 4800mAh waterproof Lithium Ion
- Power Switch: Push button on/off
- Beam: 12deg. fixed
- Lumens: 1500+-
- Rating: IP68 (Totally protected against dust and protected against long periods of immersion under pressure)
Introducing the multi-featured Intrinsically Safe Flashlight AE 25W Light Xenide AEX25-EP, commonly referred to as Explosion Proof, Intrinsically Safe, & Hazardous Location portable lighting, which has been tested to the performance procedures contained in the UL 783, for convenient use in Hazardous (Classified) locations Class 1, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, and D and Class 1, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, D; Class II, Division 2, Groups F and G; and Class II, Division 2, Groups F and G, as defined in the National Electrics Code, NFPA 70, to cover lights intended for use in Hazardous locations.
Categorically based on the results of the tests it has been concluded that the AEX25-EP meets the intent of the standard for satisfactory operation in an explosive environment and would not cause an ignition of an explosive atmosphere during normal operation, thus pose no harm,danger and insignificant results.
Applications include Petro/chemical facilities, holding tanks, natural gas companies, aircraft repair & maintenance facilities, food processing plants, and numerous industrial plants. Maintenance facilities us the AEX20-EP to illuminate fluoresce substances with the use of the UV lamp and UV filters and CSI use it for crime scenes due to its high illumination and penetrating effect of the UV rays.
Further independent laboratory testing for the Xenide batteries was conducted for Section 38.3, Lithium Batteries UN SG/AC.10/11 Rev. 4 Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods Manual for tests and Criteria Fourth revised edition.