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Title: Western Technology Inc. Hazardous / Wet Location Safety Lighting


1
Western Technology Inc. Hazardous / Wet
Location Safety Lighting
09 March 2013
Western Technology Inc. Bremerton, WA
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Lumens per Watt Comparison
Light Emitting Diode (LED) technology has rapidly
advanced in just the last two years. When
compared to all other lighting technologies, LEDs
offer the greatest Lumens per Watt (lm/W).
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Making Light
Incandescence vs Luminescence
Photoluminescent Bulbs produce Visible Light by
absorbing UV Light and re-radiating Visible Light
using a Phosphor Coating.
Incandescent Bulbs produce Light by heating a
filament wire to a high enough temperature until
it brightly glows.
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How LEDs Operate
Electroluminescence is the emission of Light as a
result of the flow of Electric Current.
A Phosphor Coating is used in the Reflector Cup
to convert the UV Light absorbed to White Visible
Light emitted.
LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) produce
Electroluminescent Light as electrons move to
fill holes in a semiconductor.
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Light Definitions
Term Definition Units How to Interpret
Color Temperature Color of Light Kelvin (K) Lower the Kelvin (1500K) Light shifted toward Red Higher the Kelvin (9000K) - Light shifted toward Blue
Color Rendering Index (CRI) Lights effect on color Scale of 0 to 100 with sunlight at 100 The closer the number to a value of 100, the more true the color will look in that light
Brightness Luminous Flux The total brightness of the light source. Lumens The higher the lumens, the brighter the light
Illuminance The total brightness or intensity of the incident light at a surface Lux (lx) 1 lx 1 lm/m2 The higher the Lux, the brighter the light incident per unit area
Power Amount of electrical energy consumed Watts Lower the watts, the lower the energy consumed
Efficacy The efficiency of the bulb to convert electricity into light Lumens per Watt More efficient bulbs provide more light using less energy
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Color Temperature of Light
Cloudy 9600ºK Sunlight 6500ºK Indirect Sun
5500ºK Fluorescent 4000ºK W Halogen
3200ºK W Incandescent 2700ºK High Pres. Na
1900ºK Candle 1900ºK LED - Range from IR to
UV
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Spectral Output of Western Technologys White LEDs
Western Technology uses cutting edge High Bright
LEDs in all of our LED lighting systems. We
select LEDs which have very low variation in
Color Temperature (Kelvin) and Illuminance in
order to ensure we meet product uniformity and
light stability.
Western Technology Bright White LEDs have a color
temperature of 6000ºK, which is composed of an
even color frequency blend, allowing for color
filtration and diffusion capabilities with our
lighting systems.
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Examples of Illuminance
Illuminance Example
10-4 lux Total starlight, overcast sky
0.002 lux Moonless clear night sky with airglow
0.01 lux Quarter moon
0.27 lux Full moon on a clear night
1 lux Full moon overhead at tropical latitudes
3.4 lux Dark limit of civil twilight under a clear sky
50 lux Family living room
80 lux Hallway
100 lux Very dark overcast day
320500 lux Office lighting
400 lux Sunrise or sunset on a clear day.
1,000 lux Overcast day typical TV studio lighting
10,00025,000 lux Full daylight (not direct sun)
32,000130,000 lux Direct sunlight
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Luminous Intensity and the Beam Angle
Candela lumen/solid angle
Candela (cd) is the international unit of
luminous intensity a measure of emitted light.
A unit solid angle
Beam Angle is the angle capturing 50 of the
maximum intensity of the Light.
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Western Technology HazLoc Light Construction
  • All HazLoc LED lighting systems manufactured by
    Western Technology are built Durable, Efficient,
    and User Friendly
  • They are built Kick-It ToughTM with rugged
    fully machined construction for the most
    demanding worksite environments.
  • They are built for Safety and sealed against
    dangerous environments meeting HazLoc Class I,
    Division 1 2, Groups C D Class II, Division
    1 2, Groups E, F, G. CSA Zones 0, 1, 2
    Zones 20, 21, 22.
  • They are built Water Tight and certified for Wet
    Location usage. Our Lights are tested up to 100
    psi so you can operate them with confidence in
    wet environments.
  • They are designed for Flexibility - Each system
    of Lights has versatile Magnetic/Mechanical
    Mounting options, including Light Shielding,
    Light Projection, Light Diffusion, Color
    Temperature control, and Thermal Monitoring.
  • They are designed for Protection of your
    workspace having Polyurethane Bumpers wrapping
    the lights and optional safety straps.

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9610 BrickTM Explosion Proof Light
s
1. Approved for Hazardous Locations Class I,
Div. 1 2, Groups C D Class II, Div. 1 2
Groups E, F, G CSA Zones 0, 1, 2 Zones 20,
21, 22 Approved for Wet Location Usage 2.
Temperature Rating T5/T4 3. LED Color 6000ºK,
CRI gt70 4. Rated with optics 50,000 Lux at 1
foot, gt11,520 Lumens 5. Reflective Optic Beam
Angle 60º Standard 6. Light Head Power 36VDC,
2A 7. Bumper Protection with Secondary Lens
Options of Safety Anti-Glare Shields, Light
Filters, and Light Diffusers. 8. Variable
Magnetic and Fixed Mounting Options 9. Weight 10
lbs 10. Dimensions 10L x 5W x 4H
Brick with A-Frame Mount
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9610 BrickTM Options
s
Quadpod Mount
Puck Mount
Stake Mount with Knuckle
Tripod with Riser and Knuckle
Double Handle
Ladder Mount
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9610 BrickTM Options
s
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BricketteTM Explosion Proof Light
s
1. To Be Approved for Hazardous Locations Class
I, Div. 1 2, Groups C D Class II, Div. 1
2 Groups E, F, G CSA Zones 0, 1, 2 Zones
20, 21, 22 Approved for Wet Location Usage 2.
Temperature Rating T5/T4 3. LED Color 6000ºK,
CRI gt70 4. Rated with optics 26,000 Lux at 1
foot, gt2,500 Lumens 5. Reflective Optic Beam
Angle 60º 6. Light Head Power 24VDC, 700mA 7.
Bumper Protection with Secondary Lens Options
of Safety Anti-Glare Shields, Light Filters,
and Light Diffusers. 8. Variable Magnetic
Mounting Options 9. Weight 2.8 lbs 10.
Dimensions 6L x 2.9W x 2.3H
Brickette
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BricketteTM to BrickTM Comparison
s
Brick
Brick
Brickette
Brickette
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7403 Explosion Proof Light - High Intensity
- Rechargeable
s
1. Compliant for Hazardous Location usage
in Class I, Div. 1 2 Class II, Div. 1
2 Groups A-F (all gases dust, except
grain) 2. Temperature Rating T4A 3. Color HID
20W Metal Halide 3. Rated with optics 1,200
Lumens 4. Reflective Optic Beam Angle
12º. 5. Projection Distance 2500 ft. 6. Battery
Charger 100/240VDC 50/60 Hz with overcharge
protection LED Indicator,12/24VDC. 7. Optional
Accessories Black Light UVA Lens (Can be used
for NDT/ NDI inspections when using the UVA
Lens.) 8. Light Body Hard Anodized Aircraft
Grade Aluminum 9. Push Button On/Off
7403 Light
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3460 Gen2 Blast LightTM
s
  1. All Polyurethane and Delrin Construction for
    extreme durability and light weight.
  2. Replaceable Blast Lens
  3. LED Color 6000ºK, CRI gt70
  4. Rated with optics at gt40,000 Lux at 1 foot, gt700
    Lumens
  5. Refractive Optic Design with collimating focus
    having a 25º beam angle.
  6. Light Head Power 21VDC, 500mA
  7. Option to power directly from 12VDC source.
  8. Can be safely used for Water Washing / Hydro
    Blasting
  9. Variable Mounting Options Blast Hose, Hand Held,
    and Hook.
  10. Weight 2.3 lbs

3460 Gen2
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8100 StrikerTM
s
8100-3A/C
  • Approved for Hazardous Locations
  • Class I, Div. 1 2, Groups C D Class II, Div.
    1 2 Groups E, F, G
  • CSA Zones 0, 1, 2 Zones 20, 21, 22
  • Approved for Wet Location Usage
  • Temperature Rating T5/T4
  • LED Color 6000ºK, CRI gt70
  • Rated with optics gt45,000 Lux at 1 foot, gt800
    Lumens
  • Variable Beam Angle 25º, 30º, 45º, 60º
  • Light Head Power 21VDC, 800mA
  • Bumper Protection with Secondary Lens Options of
    Blast Lens, Safety Anti-Glare Shields, Light
    Filters, and Light Diffusers.
  • Variable Mounting Options
  • Weight 2.73 lbs
  • Dimensions
  • 8100-3A (8.2L x 3D)
  • 8100-3B (13.5L x 3D)

8100-3B
8100-3B with Diffuser
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9610 Brick in Operational Usage
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9610 Brick in Operational Usage
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9610 Brick in Operational Usage
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9610 Brick in Operational Usage
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9610 Brick in Operational Usage
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9610 Brick Usage in Aviation
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9610 Brick Usage in Aviation
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9610 Brick Usage in Aviation
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9610 Brick Usage on Off-Shore Rigs
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9610 Brick Usage on Off-Shore Rigs
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9610 Brick Usage on Off-Shore Rigs
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9610 Brick Usage on Off-Shore Rigs
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9610 Brick Usage on Off-Shore Rigs
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9610 Brick Usage in Pressurized Enclosures
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9610 Brick Usage in Pressurized Enclosures
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