850nm is our standard distance, however, the range varies from 730nm-940nm.

Continuous lighting, emergency lighting, moveable lighting, and standby lighting.
take a look at our security lighting range here – https://www.raytecled.com/product-categories/security/

IP rating of between 44-55 can be used for both indoor and outdoor use. Anything lower than IP44 should only be used indoors.

ATEX lighting provides a safe solution to lighting exposed in hazardous areas. When lighting is required within areas containing flammable gases or dust, ATEX lighting is necessary.
Looking for ATEX lighting? Take a look at some of our products here – https://www.raytecled.com/product-categories/hazardous-areas/

Infrared light for security cameras makes use of the thermal energy given off by objects and people to be able to view images, even if there is no other source of light. Take a look at some of our infra red products here – https://www.raytecled.com/product-categories/security/?product-type=infra-red#product-list

A 3D design plan is used to provide you with a visual representation of what the final installed lighting solution will actually look like, demonstrating the lux levels and spread of light that will be achieved on-scene. Find out more here.

There are two main types of emergency lighting: Emergency escape lighting and Standby lighting.

Emergency escape lighting is used to illuminate escape routes as well as illuminating other safety equipment.

Standby lighting is emergency lighting provided to enable normal activities to continue in the event of failure of the normal mains supply.
To find out more, read our emergency lighting article here.

Emergency lighting regulations are determined on the standard or requirements which can vary depending on the application or geographical location. To find out more about the legal requirements, take a read of our Emergency lighting article to find out more here.

A light or fixture that is used within a location where hazards such as fire, explosion or combustion may arise and is therefore able to withstand and be safe within these environments. To see our hazardous area lighting range click here.

Generally, our lights are IP66 or IP67 protecting from solids (dust) and water, but this does depend on the luminaire.

Raytec LED lights are manufactured with energy efficiency, output duration and safety in mind. With various options to choose from, makes it much easier to comply to rules and regulations.

LED’s conserve energy and run at a lower temperature than many other light sources. They pose less of a fire risk. Not only this but our products are all certified against electrical and safery measures.

Yes, LEDs are notable for being extremely long-lasting products. The average lifespan of an LED is often rated up to 50,000 hours. This is about 50 times longer than a typical incandescent, 20-25 times longer than a typical halogen and 8-10 times longer than a typical CFL.

Zone 1: An area in which explosive gas, vapour or mist is present during regular operation.
Zone 2: An area in which explosive gas, vapour or mist not likely to occur in normal operation and, if is present, will only be for a short period of time.

Yes, we have luminaires suitable for Zone 1, Zone 2, Zone 21 and Zone 22 use. Take a look at some of our hazardous area lighting here here.

The main difference is the geographical location where the certification is acknowledged and accepted.
ATEX is a requirement in Europe, whereas IECEx certification is internationally recognised and therefore allows manufacturers to distribute products internationally.

If you cannot find products that suit your particular need, please contact us on +44 (0) 1670 520055, or contact us here. We love new challenges and always cater to bespoke designs to meet client requirements.

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lumens measure the brightness of a light visible to the human eye from a lamp or light source. More lumens means it’s a brighter light; fewer lumens means it’s a dimmer light.

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