There are many areas of use at a fire department that speak for the use of LED lamps. Whether as headlamps, as angle hand lamps that can be worn in a pocket, as hand lights or torches, Acculux MHL 5 EX are environment-friendly and rechargeable. Water and shock resistant explosion-proof lamps for different hazard zones are also available from AccuLux.
Acculux MHL 5 EX advantages for the fire department
- The wide product range of explosion-proof lamps.
- Certified according to the ATEX directive 2014/34/EU.
- Explosion zones 0, 1, 2, 20, 21, 22 (all gases and dust).
Acculux MHL 5 EX Explosion-proof Lamps for the Fire Department
This explosion-protected high power LED lamp from the AccuLux MHL 5 EX is made of a very impact-resistant and waterproof plastic casing (IP 68). The innovative LED torch with a length of only 14.5 cm and a weight of only 45 g is the leader among comparable mini torches. The MHL 5 EX shows its strength with bright, white light through its strong power LED. This high-power LED lamp offers an operating time of approximately 4 hours through the 2 micro batteries included in the delivery (AAA).
The user will appreciate that the bulbs will not have to be replaced any more thanks to the high lifespan of the strong, but power-saving LED lamp. The MHL 5 EX is ideal for professional use as a maintenance and inspection light as well as for hazardous good transport. It was designed in accordance with DIN 14649.
- submersible up to 3 m
- Power LED with bright white light
- Lightweight: 45 g
- long operating time: approximately 4 h
- Range: 30 m
- no bulb replacement
|Case material||Plastic (shock-resistant)|
|Operating time||approx. 4 h|
|Luminous flux||42 lumen*|
|Batteries||2 x AAA, Micro|
|Protection class||IP 68|
|Temperature range||-20 °C to +40 °C for gas / +5 °C to +40 °C for dust|
|Dimensions in mm||145 x 20|
|Explosion zone||1, 2, 21 and 22|
|Ex marking||II 2 G Ex ib IIC T4 Gb / II 2 D Ex ib IIIC T 135°C Db|
|ATEX no.||TÜV-A 13ATEX0004X|
*Luminous flux (lumen) or maximum range (meter) measured when turning on with a set of new batteries. These are average values that may deviate by +/- 10% due to component tolerances.