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Protecta III (PRSE - Standard & Emergency)

by Chalmit Lighting 

Protecta III Stainless Steel Emergency shares the technical features of the GRP bodied range but provides increased mechanical protection for the toughest of environmental conditions. The durability of the stainless steel Protecta is ensured due to its construction from high grade stainless steel and a polycarbonate diffuser. The product is intended for applications where a risk of mechanical damage or exposure to chemical agents exist.

  • 316 Stainless steel body and clamp bar.
  • Advanced control gear gives 50/60Hz operation, high power correction factor and regulated lamp output that is 20% greater at -20°C.
  • Automatic lamp de-energisation on opening.
  • Resistance to voltage fluctuations.
  • Battery management, monitoring and automatic self test.
  • dc operation.
  • Ability to detect and indicate impending end of emergency lamp life before actual failure.
  • End of life (EOL) protection to IEC 60079-7.
Protecta III Stainless Steel enclosure affords the high degree of ingress protection (IP66) required for use in Zone 1 and Zone 21 hazardous areas. The design provides ease of access to lamps and control gear ensuring that installation and maintenance wIndustriall be completed quickly and efficiently. Click the 'Contact Us' link above to get in touch with us and discuss how the Protecta III Stainless Steel Luminaire range could work for you.

Product Details

General

ATEX Classification Group II Category 2 GD
Application Zone 1 and 21
Battery Type Internal 6V Ni-Cad Battery (4 Ah)
Lamp Type T8 Tubular Fluorescent
Light Distribution 90 minutes to EN60598-2-22.
Material Stainless steel body with polycarbonate cover.
Operating Temperature Range Celcius -25°C to +55°C
Style Linear
Type Linear

Certifications and Compliance

CSA File Number 2701664
Certified Listed
  • ATEX
  • IEC
  • EAC
  • NEC
Compliance IP66
Hazardous Rating(s) Zone 1 & 21
Industry Standard(s)
  • EN 60079-10-1
  • EN 60079-10-2
  • EN 60079-14