The light has a vibration-resistant anodized aluminum housing that prevents the release of sparks from internal components. The die cast housing is also powder coated for rust resistance and has a removable back plate for access to the constant-current driver, which is sealed with a silicone gasket. LEDs are protected by a tempered glass lens. A conduit is required for installation, and the fixture has two openings for input and output connections. The LED flood light can be pole mounted or mounted to a wall, floor, or ceiling with its included bracket. A five-year warranty protects against manufacturer defects or malfunctions.
Super Bright LEDs has added an explosion-proof LED light for use in granaries, paint booths, mills, mines, gas stations, auto shops, marine vessels, shipyards, and other hazardous locations. This LED light is listed as UL1598 for wet locations and UL1598A for outdoor marine applications. It is classified as UL844 and meets National Electric Code—NFPA 70, article 500—requirements in the U.S. for Class 1 Division 1 (groups C and D), Class 1 Division 2 (groups A, B, C, and D), and Class 2 Division 2 (groups F and G) hazardous locations. The light fixture meets IECEx Zone 1, 2, 21, and 22 requirements for safe operation around combustible gas and dust. Designed to replace 320-watt metal-halide (MH) fixtures with comparable output—the 100-watt LED flood light emits 13,000 lumens of natural white illumination. This LED fixture operates within a 100-277V AC range and is built to last five times longer than MH lights.