TheFireStore Exclusive Pink Right Angle LED Offers Optimal Brightness, Safety, and Weight.
**A portion of the proceeds will benefit the American Cancer Society**
Bright Star utilizes the latest optic technology to maximize light output with 220 Lumens. The Pink RA’s optic distributes light into a custom beam pattern that pierces smoke and dust with 60,000 CD. Additionally, the optics enable the RA body to maintain a slim profile and keep the light focused in the proper direction at all times. This slim profile also keeps the light tight against the body, preventing entanglement.
- Extremely durable
- Interchangeable Power Supply
- 6 AA Alkaline batteries (not included)
- To maintain safety approvals, only Duracell MN1500 or Energizer E91 batteries can be used
- Easily switched from rechargeable to alkaline
- Wide-eye lens
- Oversized Pushbutton Switch
- Stainless steel clip
- Nylon construction
- Impact Resistant:1 m
- Waterproof to 1 m
- Dimensions: 7.0" x 3.0" x 2.5"
- Weight: 16 oz
- Color: Pink
- Made in USA
The alkaline model can be used as a rechargeable with the addition of a lithium ion battery pack, charging base and cord. The low profile R/A LED also offers a smoke cutting beam with intrinsically safe certifications.
The National Electric Code (NEC)
- UL Protection Methods
- UL913 CSA C22.2 NO 157
- Intrinsically Safe
- Class I, II, III, Div I Groups A-G
- Class I, II, III, Div II Groups A-G
- Operation Temp Code T3
defines hazardous locations by “Class” & “Division.”
There are 3 classes:
locations are made hazardous by the presence of flammable gases, liquids, or vapors.
locations are hazardous because combustible dusts are present.
locations contain easily ignitable fibers or flyings.
The “Division” designation
refers to the likelihood that ignitable concentrations of flammable materials are present. There are two divisions:
designates an environment where ignitable concentrations of flammable gases, liquids, vapors, or dust can exist some of the time or all of the time under normal operating conditions, or where easily ignitable fibers and flyings are manufactured, handled, or used.
locations are where ignitable concentrations are not likely to exist under normal operating conditions or where Class 3 materials are stored or handled.
are further defined by “groups” based on the physical properties of their combustible materials. The groups include:
- Group A: Acetylene
- Group B: Hydrogen
- Group C: Ethylene, and carbon monoxide
- Group D: Propane, gasoline, naphtha, benezene, butane, ethyl alcohol, acetone, and methane
- Group E: Metals including aluminum, and magnesium (Div. 1 only)
- Group F: Carbonaceous dusts including coal, carbon black, and coke
- Group G: Dusts not included in E and F including wood, plastics, flour, starch, and grain dusts
is the height, measured in meters, from which the light can be dropped onto cured concrete and still work properly. Dropped samples cannot have any visible cracks or breaks and must remain fully functional to receive rating.
up to at least an IPX7 rating which means the sample is submerged to a minimum of 1 meter depth for 30 minutes. If this test is performed it must be done after impact resistance is completed to ensure water resistance under real-life conditions.