the Toplite T3 portable searchlight is ideal for use in inspection, maintenance and security applications or in rescue and recovery operations, in the presence of potentially explosive gases or vapours. Advanced design and the use of quality components ensures a long life for the Toplite, even in heavy industrial use.
The Toplite T3 portable searchlight casing is rotationally moulded in lightweight but durable anti-static polyethylene polymer, and is able to withstand drop and impact even at sub zero temperatures. Ergonomic design ensures easy operation with gloved hands; the 3 position toggle switch allows single handed full power/off/low power selection.
An Ingress Protection level of IP67 ensures reliable use in excessively wet conditions, with the added benefit that if the Toplite is dropped in water, it will float beam upwards for easy location. The light source is an all glass sealed beam unit, protected by a toughened glass lens. The TL-9050T3 spotlight has a 50 watt halogen lamp, providing a 160,000 candle power spot beam of intense white light, ideal for long distance illumination.
The TL-9055T3 floodlight has a 35 watt trapezoidal flood beam, providing a wide angle of illumination over a localised area, perfect for maintenance operations in hazardous areas. High power on the Toplite TL-9050T3 lasts for approximately 70 minutes, low power for up to 130 minutes. On the TL-9055T3, high power lasts approximately 100 minutes, while low power lasts for up to 190 minutes.
The recharge time for a fully discharged battery is 16 hours. Charging at 230V AC is carried out using the compatible Toplite T3 plug top charger, UK or European style. An alternative 230V AC 'lead in, lead out' style charger is available for use elsewhere in the World.
The Toplite has an electronic microprocessor control circuit which manages the operation and charging of the lamp. Features provided by this circuit include a multi-coloured state of charge indicator which displays battery capacity in both charge and discharge modes, a low voltage cut-off device which automatically switches off the lamp at the end of discharge, and a 'walk-out mode' which warns the user when low voltage cut-off approaches by automatically switching the beam to low power output and pulsing off once every 15 seconds.
The Toplite searchlights are also equipped with a power failure illumination facility which is selectable by the user. Maintenance of the Toplite can be easily carried out by any competent technician as all internal parts have clearly identified and recognised connections, making the replacement of all components straight forward and simple. All Toplites are supplied with comprehensive user and maintenance instructions.
Whyte-Hall Australia | Hazardous Workplace Equipment
Whyte-Hall was originally established in 1946 and is today, a well known supplier of specialised equipment for hazardous work environments in the construction, mining and industrial areas.