Zone II Portable CFL Light

Technical Information

Area of Use:
Zone II Gas and Zone 22 Dust
EX II 3GD Ex nA nL IIC T4 T81C
Protection Concepts:
nA – Non-Sparking; nL – Energy Limitation
Temperature Class:
Surface Temperature:
2000 lumens
2x 11W CFL
Up to 12 Hours
8.5 kg
Ingress Protection:
Ambient Temperature:
-20°C to +40°C
Colour Temperature:
Valve Regulated Absorbent Glass Mat Sealed Lead Acid
Light Source Service Life:
10,000 hours
Charging Voltage:
100Vac to 264Vac
Recharge Time:
9 Hours from 0%

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Product Description

The Guardian Zone II Portable light is a rechargeable, durable, lightweight unit that is certified for safe use within ATEX Zone II potentially explosive atmospheres containing gas, vapour, mist and dust. Able to use within T4 classification, the light delivers a soft, daylight balanced output of 2,000 lumens for up to 12 hours with a low maintenance light source service life of 10,000 hours.

The built-in high frequency inverters enable consistent operation for the entire duration of the battery life with overvoltage, overcurrent and thermal protection for safe operation. The light can charged using 240V mains and contains an indicated charging status on the module.

Built from high pressure, die-cast aluminium and specially coated, the light is able to withstand the harsh, corrosive conditions expected in potentially hazardous environments. The unit is made of two IP65 rated enclosures joined together with SY braided cable ensuring protection against the ingress of dust and water jets from all angles. The light-head enclosure is complete with a 3mm thick UV resistant polycarbonate lens.

The major benefit to the Guardian range is its’ lightweight construction with the complete build weighing less than 10kgs. This allows a single man to carry the unit whilst maintaining one hand on the handrail when climbing stairs or using access towers.