Explosion-Proof Power System Designed for Portability

By Chemical Processing staff

Dec 16, 2013

The Larson Electronics EPL-RPS-70A explosion-proof power system enables operators to power low-voltage LED lights via four Class 1 and 2, Division 1 and 2 receptacles. Once the encapsulated 70ah sealed lead acid battery is depleted, operators can plug this unit into an explosion-proof 120-volt outlet or standard 120-volt outlet to charge the unit overnight.

larson1216When paired with Larson Electronics’ EHL-LED explosion proof LED hand lamps, operators can run four hand lamps for 21 hours on a single full charge. The EPL-RPS-140A offers a larger 140ah battery that can provide up to 42 hours on a single charge.

The EPL-RPS-70A and EPL-RPS-140A explosion-proof portable power supplies were built to provide operators in hazardous locations with a method to power low-voltage hand lamps with 12 or 24 volts DC output.

Both units include four explosion-proof receptacles rated at 20 amps each. This compact power distribution system was designed for portability and convenience as well as durability and is mounted to a wheeled, non-sparking aluminum frame for added protection.

For more information, visit www.larsonelectronics.com.

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