The DICATA™ Intrinsically Safe Low-Profile Dual-Light™ Headlamp is cULus, ATEX and IECEx listed Intrinsically Safe and is designed specifically to work on fire helmets and hard-hats that have a flip-up face shield.
The unique low-profile shape allows the user to work without having to remove the headlamp when raising or lowering their face shield. The XPP-5462GX is manufactured from glass-filled nylon polymer and features a multi-position tilt head design. Both the spotlight and the floodlight use CREE® LED’s and an advanced (TIR) Total Internal Reflection lens designed to optimize lumen output and beam pattern. Front mounted dual switches provide easy access to the spotlight for distance illumination, the floodlight for close-up illumination, and Dual-Light for maximum lighting, versatility and user safety. The XPP-5462GX includes a heavy-duty rubber head strap for use on a fire helmet or hard-hat, and is powered by 3 AA batteries (included). Petrel are an approved stockist.
cULus, ATEX and IECEx listed Intrinsically Safe
CREE® LED technology – 50,000+ hours LED
Focused high/low-brightness spotlight beam for distance illumination
Unfocused high/low-brightness wide-beam floodlight for close-up illumination
Dual-Light™ (spotlight and floodlight on at the same time) for maximum versatility
Glass-filled nylon polymer housing
(TIR) Total Internal Reflection lens designed to optimize lumen output and beam pattern
Dual switches located on front of light
Adjustable tilt head
Battery pack located in the rear of the strap
Amber colored rear facing led
Heavy-duty rubber strap for fire helmets and hard hat applications
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