Ex ib IIC T4 Gb
Ex ib IIIC T130℃ Db IP66/IP68
II 2G Ex ib IIC T4 Gb
II 2D Ex ib IIIC T130℃ Db IP66/IP68
Ex ib IIC T4 Gb IP66/IP68;Ex ib IIIC T130℃ Db IP66/IP68
Class I, Zone 1, AEx ib IIC T4 Gb IP66/IP68; Zone 21, AEx ib IIIC T130℃ Db IP66/IP68
Additional Features of the Fenix WF05E
- Intrinsically safe flashlight for use in hazardous areas.
- Cree XP-G2 LED with a lifespan of 50,000 hours.
- Powered by two AAA alkaline batteries as shown in the battery list below.
- Three output levels, max 85 lumens.
- Made of durable high-strength and oxidation-resistance aluminum.
- Premium type HAIII hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish.
- Physical reverse polarity protection, to protect from the improper battery insertion.
With the light switched off, turn the flashlight head clockwise to turn on the light.
With the light switched on, turn the flashlight head counterclockwise to turn off the light. Turn another half to avoid accidental activation.
Twist the light head to cycle through Off→Med→Off→High→Off→Low→Off.
Open the light head and replace the battery and ensure it is inserted in accordance with polarity marks, then tighten the light head.
Usage and Maintenance
- Uses only the three recommended types of batteries.
- If the light will not be used for an extended period, remove the battery, or the light could be damaged by electrolyte leakage.
- Remove the battery in non-explosive environments or unscrew the light head one-half turn to prevent accidental activation during storage or transportation.
- Long-term use can result in O-ring wear. To maintain a proper water seal, replace the ring with an approved spare.
- Do not disassemble the light or replace battery in potentially explosive atmospheres.
- Do not keep the light surface in contact with electric equipments in potentially explosive atmospheres.
- Do not use in explosive atmospheres if the flashlight is with missing parts or its shell is obviously broken.
- The flashlight is a high-intensity lighting device capable of causing eye damage to the user or others. Avoid shining the flashlight directly into anyone’s eyes.