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Explosion Proof Lights:
Our line of explosion proof lights and explosion
proof LED lights represent the best in high quality explosion proof
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We carry an extensived line of LED lights
including LED light bars, explosion proof LEDs, LED lights for military
applications, boats, vehicles, security lighting and more.
Infrared LED Lights:
Infrared LED light emitters for covert
applications. Larson Electronics Infrared LED emitters are ideal for military
and security applications where a covert source of infrared light is
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We carry the full line of Golight remote
controlled spotlights and related accessories. Larson Electronics is the only
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Larson Electronics stocks a comprehensive line
of hunting lights and related accessories. Our hunting lights include
rechargeable handheld LED spotlights and HID spotlights with red
Our HML series of spotlights have been tested
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the military’s Special Forces' Escalation of Force Kits.
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24 Volt Lights:
Larson Electronics manufactures and stocks
an extensive line of 24 volt
lighting equipment that ranges from 12/24 volt spotlights and floodlights to
multimillion candlepower searchlights and industrial grade work
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Larson Electronics is a
manufacturer and distributor of industrial-commercial grade lighting products.
Larson Electronics carries an extensive line of lighting products including
explosion proof lights, hazardous location lights, explosion proof paint spray booth lights, high power LED lights, remote control HID Golight spotlights, LED flashlights,
infrared LEDs, LED
boat lights and industrial light towers. Larson
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are ideal for use as military spotlights
and law enforcement searchlights as well as effective for use in the utility and emergency services
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police lights, unity post mount spotlights, unity roof mount lights, remote control Golight spotlights, remote control spotlights with magnetic bases, rechargeable spotlights, rechargeable flashlights, led flashlights,
high intensity discharge military spotlights with magnetic
bases and magnetic tripods for
flashlights and spotlights. Larson Electronics manufactures and carries an
extensive line of military spotlights, floodlights, and military grade lighting accessories and
Many of Larson Electronicss
lighting products can serve equally well in the public and private sector as
camping lights, off-road and ATV lights, and infared security lights; this includes a wide array of LED lights and
LED light bars that
can operate on a variety of voltages ranging from 9 to 42 VDC and can be mounted
on cars, trucks, boats and
Larson Electronics is a large
distributor of the Golight line of remote controlled spotlights and stocks
a comprehensive variety of HID or high intensity discharge Golights, Golight marine spotlights and searchlights, Golight floodlights,
military Golights and
a wide array of camouflage Golights
for hunting and off-road use. Larson Electronics is the only source for the
Golight Stryker Remote Control Spotlight with magnetic
base and offers a wide variety of mounting
options for both the Golight Stryker and
Golight RadioRay series of spotlights.
Larson Electronics develops and stocks
a wide range of explosion proof lights and products as well as intrinsically safe lights and intrinsically safe LED lights. Larson Electronics’s explosion proof line of lights carry the required
explosion proof certifications and approvals and are U.L. certified for use in
hazardous locations according to their respective class, division and zone
ratings. Larson Electronicss hazardous location lighting includes explosion proof fluorescent lights for paint spray booths, Class 1 Div 1 flashlights and intrinsically safe lights, portable and cart mounted tank lights, explosion proof droplights, explosion proof LED lights and intrinsically safe flashlights.
Larson Electronics regularly
develops and manufactures new additions to its line of explosion proof lighting and industrial grade lighting products and is proud to offer the latest
in explosion proof LED lighting and explosion proof paint spray booth lighting. Larson Electronics also manufactures a wide array of
military and law enforcement related accessories including the concealable, back
up universal handcuff key (plastic handcuff key)
used by Air Force pilots, Navy SPAWAR, Navy Seals and Special Operations
military personnel to effect escape in hostage or prisoner
If you have any questions or
special requirements regarding any of our industrial grade lighting solutions
please contact us by E-mail at email@example.com You can also call us toll free at 1-800-369-6671.
Purchase orders can be faxed to us at 903-498-3364 Larson
Electronics can provide detailed technical information regarding any of its
products and is capable of working with customers to create unique lighting
solutions to suit their needs and requirements.
Larson Electronics manufactures the
Larson Electronics 12 volt spotlights with magnetic base and 12 volt searchlights with magnetic base with magnetic bases and 16 foot cords in Dallas, TX. These
industrial grade 12 volt spotlights
have been a staple of the cable, telephone and electric utility industry since
1967. Larson Electronics has since its beginnings expanded this to include the
military/law enforcement industries, federal and local governments, and emergency and first responder industries as well.
We carry a complete line of
HID off road and HID
equipment lights, including the Acro Light line.
HID flood lights with
permanent and magnetic mount options work on 12 and 24 volt DC systems and
provide illumination that extends 250 feet. The permanent mount and magnetic
mount HID spotlights project a beam to 3000 feet.
Larson Electronics is a manufacturer
and as such we maintain a large available inventory of our magnetic mount
spotlights, HID spotlights. HID flashlights and
the Golight Stryker and Golight Radioray remote controlled spotlights, battery
operated flashing strobe lights, LED flashlights and
LED headlamps. Because of our extensive inventory and "make to order" capacity,
nearly all orders for spotlights and flashlights received before 4 PM CT are
shipped same day via UPS.
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The Future of Explosion Proof Lighting|
Two of the biggest factors in the development and implementation of explosion proof lighting technology are economics and regulations. The standards and requirements regulating the design of explosion proof lighting as outlined by OSHA, the International Electrical Code and others dictate a high level of design strength and ignition resistance, and these in turn increase the costs associated with such equipment. Industries involved with the use of explosion proof equipment have for many years had to balance the costs of such equipment with the safety of their operations. As international energy policies continues to change and efficiency and conservation take a larger role in determining the state of lighting technology, regulations and costs promise to continue playing a pivotal role in development and use.
For many industries explosion proof lighting represents an unavoidable and necessary expense. The safety and efficiency of their operations are dependent upon effective explosion proof technology, and maintaining regulatory compliance as standards evolve and change ensures the need for constant vigilance. While developmentally the focus has normally been on maintaining the effectiveness of explosion proof rated lighting while reducing its costs, new energy standards are in the works that promise to add a further level of consideration. The rising costs of energy and the problems of pollution and waste that accompany energy production are giving rise to legislation intended to address these factors. Nowhere are the changes this legislation represents more apparent than in the lighting industry.
New federal energy efficiency lighting standards were announced last year by the U.S. government and go into effect in 2012. These standards require manufacturers to improve the energy efficiency of fluorescent and incandescent reflector lamp lighting fixtures and are intended to help improve the efficiency of these types of lamps by fifteen to twenty five percent. These are only a small part of the focus that is being put on improving the energy efficiency of common lighting equipment. In 2011, new guidelines for packaging descriptions will go into effect that detail the efficiency of lamps consumers are considering purchasing. Future legislation is expected to eventually phase out and ban the traditional incandescent bulb altogether, with high efficiency technology like LEDs and CFL’s expected to replace them and lead to significant energy savings across the board.
While these changes are necessary and will do a great deal to reduce energy consumption and improve the efficiency with which electricity is used, they will also significantly affect how explosion proof lighting is manufactured and its cost. Already a shift in explosion proof lighting technology is taking place from traditional incandescent lamps to higher efficiency forms of illumination. LEDs, HID, and fluorescent lamps are being quickly embraced by the explosion proof lighting industry due not so much to their energy efficient natures, but rather their greater durability, dependability, and cooler operating temperatures. However, the higher cost of these types of fixtures as compared to traditional incandescent lamps has led to the incandescent bulb remaining a popular choice in industry. This cheaper appearance however is misleading.
Traditional incandescent lighting is extremely inefficient. Up to ninety percent of the energy used by an incandescent lamp is wasted as heat. Its dominance since its inception has been due to the cheapness with which it can be produced. At the time of its introduction electrical energy was cheap, and conservation and efficiency held little concern for both industry and the public. Over the last thirty years this has begun to change as the cost for energy has risen. Electrical power is no longer cheap and represents a significant portion of the total energy costs associated with manufacturing and commercial activities. Lighting represents a large portion of these costs with some industries seeing up to a quarter of their energy consumption coming from producing illumination. This has led to an increased focus on not only the initial costs of purchasing and installing lighting, but the long term costs associated with operating it. As well as initial purchase and installation costs, the cost to operate lighting equipment over the course of its useful life, the costs of re-lamping, and the costs associated with servicing and maintenance are now becoming primary factors in the consideration of which lighting equipment to use. This is where the new technology shines.
Lighting equipment like LED and HID equipped fixtures are many times more efficient than the incandescent bulb. They produce more lumens per watt than the incandescent and can thusly produce more light with less energy consumption. Explosion proof fixtures like Larson Electronics’s Class 1 Division 1 LED Light produce over five times as many lumens per watt as an incandescent, which means they can illuminate a larger area with less energy. The savings don’t stop with energy efficiency however, with LEDs having a lifespan ten times longer than an incandescent as well. This means that not only will this lamp use less energy; the LEDs used to produce its light will likely last for the life of the unit as compared to an incandescent which would need ten or more re-lampings to equal its lifetime performance. Further adding to the cost effectiveness of this new technology, the longevity and durability of these units means lower maintenance costs as well. With no filament to break or burnout there will be less unexpected replacement costs associated with lights being dropped or burning out prematurely. Similarly, HID units with Metal Halide lamps for large scale illumination applications also use far less energy than incandescent bulbs while having a lifespan up to three times longer. Fluorescent fixtures also surpass the incandescent in efficiency and longevity, all of which demonstrates just why the incandescent bulb has reached the end of its useful design life. While the initial outlay for LED, HID, or fluorescent fixtures may be higher, the savings in energy, maintenance, and bulb replacement costs represent a net savings over the life of the equipment. As regulations continue to change and encourage a shift towards more energy efficient lighting standards, the incandescent bulb is destined to be phased out of production. Fortunately for commercial industry, manufacturers of explosion proof lighting equipment are ahead of this regulation and already producing equipment that will produce the desired savings, while still meeting the demands of commercial operations.