The optimal lighting at the workplace or inside the machine not only raises safety, but also enhances well being and counteracts work fatigue. The decisive factor here is the choice of light source.
Lamps fitted with modern LED technology emit an optimal and unvarying level of neutral colour light that does not flicker or contain UV or IR components.
The temperature near the lamp is constantly low, which is important for maintenance work. Unlike halogen or neon lamps, this does not have a filament and so makes work possible even under difficult conditions.
The average life of the LEDs is 50,000 hours, equivalent to six years of continuous duty. Compared with the conventional filament bulb, this reduces operating costs by 50%, without replacements or maintenance work. A 700 mA LED consumes 3 W.
There are three housing variants available for installation at the workplace, all with the ON/OFF switch directly on the lamp head:
HE-BC - short lamp arm with ball joint
HE-BF - long lamp arm, flexible
HE-BL - long lamp arm, rigid
All lamp types have an anodised aluminium head and are secured with screws through their base. The ON/OFF switch is placed directly on the lamp head.
The lamp base can be screwed in position at the workplace or inside the machine. Alternative fasteners are a clip foot and magnetic base for more flexible solutions.
For the perfect illumination and brightness control, every one of these lamp types can be fitted with three, six, or nine LEDs and with an 8°, 25°, or 40° lens.