WOLF Safety, represented by Whyte-Hall , has added two more versions to its LiteTracker range of personal indicators. The LT-2000 LiteTracker minitorch/strobe light and the LiteTracker Bikelite are designed for highlighting cyclists in chemical sites at night-time.
Both products are compliant with the 94/9/EC ATEX directive and can be used in zones 0, 1 and 2 hazardous areas, within T4 temperature classification. They use two standard AAA batteries, delivering an eight to 10-hour duration on torch mode, up to 50 hours on flash sequence, or 30 hours on strobe light output. Different outputs can be selected using the push-button switch.
The LiteTracker is available in five different colours. The main application will be with the white LT-131 model, for use as a Zone 0 minitorch. The LiteTracker Bikelite is available in white (front) and red (rear). It is supplied with a bracket suitable for mounting to a bicycle frame, from which it can be removed and stored in a pocket.
They are enclosed in a polycarbonate casing, and have an LED light source that can be seen at night time from distances up to 1km. The light source will last for the life of the product. Both units weight 100g including cells and are sealed to IP67.