TNXCX, Flameproof Xenon Floodlight
BARTEC TECHNOR’s low profile floodlights in stainless steel 316L
were developed to withstand the harshest offshore environments,
while designed to provide safe, powerful illumination with no glare
(e.g. to pilots or crew).
Stainless steel 316L enclosure and high quality internal electronics
provides a reliable and long lifetime light source to ensure
maintenance is kept to a minimum.
The floodlight is available in Ex or industrial version.
Ideal suited for helicopter landing areas.
Complies to the CAP directive for helicopter deck lighting.
Customised version available upon request, to suit your
Shock and vibration resistant.
Available with an Ex e connection chamber, flying lead or direct
General specification
IP Rating
Ambient temperature
Stainless steel 316L
IP66, IP67/68 upon request
-50°C to +50°C
EN/IEC: 60079-0, 60079-1, 60079-7
II 2 G, T4, Ex d/de IIC,
Suitable for Zone 1 and 2
M25 or M20 glands/blanking plugs
Xenon D25 35 Watt
220-230 VAC, 110-120 VAC, 254 VAC
at 50/60 Hz or 12 VDC, 24 VDC
50 Watt
Approx. 10 Kg.
Operating voltage
Power consumption
¤ = fill in value
1 = IP66
2 = IP66/67
3 = IP68 (0,5 bar, 2 hours)
Operating voltage:
1 = 12VDC
2 = 24VDC
3 = 110/120VAC
4 = 220/240VAC
5 = 254VAC
E = Explosion Proof, I = Industrial (Non-Ex)
Ex-code and entries:
1 = Ex de with TNCN junction box and 2xØ25
2 = Ex de c/w 5xØ25 bottom entries in Ex e box
3 = Ex d with 1xM25 bottom entry
4 = Ex d with 1xM25 bottom entry and flying lead (5m)
Diameter (ø)130 = 130 mm
X = Xenon light source
Material types: C = SS316L, A = Aluminium
Typical floodlight with connection box:
Typical floodlight with flying lead:
Part number: XCX1301E42
TNXCX130360 Ex de 230 VAC. IP66/67
Floodlight SS316L.
TNCN conn. box & cable bushing.
2xM25 Ex e entr. øxL = 130x431 mm
Part number: XCX1304E12
TNXCX130360 Ec d 12VDC. IP66/67
Floodlight SS316L
Flying lead cable (5m)
1xM25 Ex d entry. øxL = 130x378 mm
TNXCX, Flameproof Xenon Floodlight
Ex de
Section B - B
Ex d Flying Lead
Accessories ((Optional)
Cannopy for extra protection against glaring
TNXCX, Flameproof Xenon Floodlight
Hazardous area information & terminology
Zone Classification with the presence of GAS
ATEX Directive
Zone 1
(Category 2)
An area in which explosive gas is likely
to be present during normal
operation of the plant.
Zone 2
(Category 3)
An area in which explosive gas is not
continuously present, but may exist for
a short period of time.
The new ATEX Directive currently in place within the European
Union was made mandatory on 1st July 2003. Primarily intended for manufacturers of hazardous area equipment for use in
the presence of flammable gases, vapours, fumes or dusts,
the new directive requires a quality management system to
be implemented.
Procedures for the design, manufacture and verification
of products are to be approved by a notified body (i.e. DNV,
NEMKO, etc.) and all equipment conforming to the new directive
will feature CE and Ex Marking.
Applicable EX protection
Ex d Protection
Parts, which can ignite a potentially
explosive atmosphere, are surrounded
by an enclosure, which are designed to
withstand the pressure of an internal
explosion and to prevent the propagation
of the explosion to the atmosphere surrounding the enclosure.
Ex e Protection
for electrical components that do not
spark under normal working conditions but where measures are applied to
prevent high temperatures and the occurence of arcs and sparks internally.
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The ATEX Directive, derived from the French “AT mosphères
EXplosibles” and formally known as 94/9/EC, contains the ESR
(Essential Safety Requirements) to which electrical equipment
and protective systems used within potentially explosive
atmospheres must conform.
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