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The Larson Electronics HAL-SMDE-GS-15-4X150RT-LED-11KW-4X20GFI self contained skid mount light plant provides a safe and effective way for operators to quickly deploy 600 watts of intense lighting to elevations up to fifteen feet within hazardous locations. The four 150 watt Class I Division 2 LED lamps produce a wide spread of intense white light, allowing this unit to effectively cover large work areas within classified environments with high quality illumination. The C1D2 light plant features a 11KW Kubota diesel genset and is mounted to a galvanized steel cube frame with skid pockets and 4-corner pick eyes for easy transportation.
*PLEASE NOTE: ANY FREE SHIPPING OFFERS DO NOT APPLY TO LIGHT MASTS OR LIGHT TOWERS*
The HAL-SMDE-GS-15-4X150RT-LED-11KW-4X20GFI is a self contained Class I, Division 2 LED lighting system from Larson Electronics and is designed to provide wide area illumination in remote classified locations where traditional line power is not available. This unit features a three stage telescoping galvanized steel light mast with manual crank winch is designed to quickly and safely deploy 600 watts of intense LED lighting in locations where elevated illumination is needed for maximum area coverage. The light boom can be extended to 15` for maximum area coverage and collapsed to 7` for storage and transportation purposes. The tower is constructed of square steel tubing with a galvanized coating. The mast is elevated using an included 2,500lb manual winch with 3/16" galvanized steel cable.
LED Lights: Included with this light tower are some of our Class I Division 1 wet area suitable high output LED fixtures producing a combined total of approximately 84,000 lumens at 600 watts. These lamps have a copper free aluminum alloy body that is powder coated for added durability and an attractive aesthetic appearance. Special heat dissipating design in conjunction with LED technology helps this fixture achieve an excellent 60,000 hour rated lifespan with 80% lumen retention. Each C1D1 floodlight is securely fastened to the light boom with an adjustable aluminum trunnion bracket to help to provide versatility and maintain lamp stability within its housing. The lamps are connected to a single C1D1 explosion proof junction box at the mast head. 16/3 SOOW cable connects the explosion proof junction box to a C1D1 explosion proof tumbler switch located at the base of the telescoping boom.
The light heads on this unit feature multiple LED drivers which help increase the operational life of the fixture. With traditional LED lights, in the event an LED array or driver fails, the entire fixture no longer illuminates. This new series of LED lamps contains six individual LED boards configured in a series of banks. Each bank contains two high powered LED on a board with an individual driver. In the event of a driver failure, only one bank of LEDs will be effected while the other banks will continue to operate. In the event that of an LED failure, the mating LED will continue to operate.
LED Benefits: Unlike gas burning and arc type lamps that have glass bulbs, LEDs have no filaments or fragile housings to break during operation and/or transportation. Instead of heating a small filament or using a combination of gases to produce light, light emitting diodes (LEDs) use semi-conductive materials that illuminate when electric current is applied, providing instant illumination with no warm up or cool down time before re-striking. Because there is no warm up period, this light can be cycled on and off with no reduction in lamp life.
LED lights run at significantly cooler temperatures than traditional metal halide and high pressure sodium lights and contain no harmful gases, vapors, or mercury, making them both safer and more energy efficient. No extra energy is wasted in cooling enclosed work areas due to external heat emissions from bulb type lights, and the operator risks associated with traditional lighting methods, such as accidental burns and exposure to hazardous substances contained in the glass bulbs, are eliminated. In addition, LEDs are also safer for the environment as they are 100% recyclable, which eliminates the need for costly special disposal services required with traditional gas burning and arc type lamps.
Genset: The HAL-SMDE-GS-15-4X150RT-LED-11KW-4X20GFI mobile Class I Division 2 LED light tower includes a Kubota Lowboy II GL11000TM genset that houses a Kubota D722 diesel engine that powers the 11KW 120/240V brushless generator. This genset is liquid cooled and features a single phase generator with electric start ignition. The diesel generator runs at 3600 RPM and is equipped with an EPA/CARB Tier 4 emissions system equipped with spark arrestor, and a 28 gallon internal fuel cell. This genset features key operated electric starting, a twelve volt electrical system, liquid cooling, and replaceable dry element air cleaner. A manual air intake shutdown prevents diesel engine runaway. A 1/8" thick galvanized NEMA 3R enclosure provides safe operation and protection against the elements for the genset.
Power Generation: The genset is equipped with four Class I, Division 1 120V 20-amp outlets. Each bank of two outlets is protected by a 20-amp GFCI, providing ground fault circuit interruption protection to the explosion proof outlets.
Runtime: The four 150 watt C1D1 LED light heads have a considerably less amp draw than the metal halide light heads on traditional light plants. This allows the HAL-SMDE-GS-15-4X150RT-LED-11KW-4X20GFI to achieve up to 35 hours of continual use on a single tank of gas when only operating the light heads. This self contained LED light plant provides operators with a worry free and energy efficient alternative to metal halide light plants.
Light Mast: The LM family of telescoping towers feature a proprietary mast guidance system, which provides increased stability during high winds. The light mast can be rotated a full 360Â°. By loosening the set bolts, operators can rotate the mast with ease in either direction. The mast itself spins freely, and can typically be rotated with a single hand. Once the desired position has been selected, operators re-tighten the set bolts, securing the light mast in position.
Mount: The light tower and genset enclosure are galvanized for corrosion resistances and to reduce chances of sparking. The light mast is bolted onto a 1/8" thick carbon steel base plate via six 9/16" stainless steel anchor bolts. The mast and genset are secured within a cube-style frame constructed of 2" by 2" by 1/8" thick and measuring 92" long by 40" wide by 95" tall. Four skid pockets allow this unit to be picked up from the sides, and four-corner pick eyelets allow for stable deployment via crane operation. A grated top head mounting plate is attached to the upper section of the mast head, which protects the four C1D1 LED fixtures from tools or debris that may fall from above during deployment.
Protection: All electrical devices and light fixtures are Class I, Division 1 rated and wired in accordance to NEC NFPA 70 Article 501. Genset and genset components are assembled in accordance to NEC NFPA 70 Article 501.125(B).
Larson Electronics can custom tailor these units to the customer`s requirements with longer sections and larger mounting plates. We offer a choice of either the manual hand winches included standard or optional electric winches, lamp wattage, quantity, and type, as well as platform design. Please contact us for customization.
Suggested Applications: Applications include but not limited to aerospace, chemical manufacturing, compressed natural gas (CNG) facilities, fuel storage, gas processing plants, liquefied natural gas (LNG) facilities, liquid propane gas (LPG), manufacturing, marine vessels, methane production, mining, offshore, oil drilling rigs, oil refineries, petrochemical, power plants, production refineries, shipyards, tankers, textile, waste treatment plants, and any classified location needing remote Class I, Division 2 lighting where standard line voltage power is not readily available.