The LabLink LabLight is a streamline LED task light for laboratory workbenches. The specially designed polycarbonate lens directs up to 95% of the illumination from white LED lamps to the work surface. This feature maximizes light dispersion for uniform task lighting in laboratories and similar applications.

PG LifeLink’s LabLight is made from 90% recycled materials and Energy Star rated components. The aluminum housing efficiently manages heat from the high power LEDs and stays cool to the touch. The 50,000 hour LED service life makes the LabLight virtually maintenance free.

Power connections on both ends of the fixture allow the “daisy chaining” of up to 10’ of light.

The LabLight is available in seven models ranging in lengths from 15” – 87”. LabLights are easily attached to metal, plastic or wood furniture using a standard magnetic bracket or under shelf screw mounts.

Features

  • Uniform light dispersion
  • Durable aluminum housing
  • Mercury free
  • Energy Star rated components
  • Enviornmentally friendly
  • 50,000 hour LED service life
  • 25 watt power supply
  • Daisy chain capability for up to 10’ of light

LED LabLight Specifications

Operating Voltage/Frequency

110-250 VAC 50/60 Hz

Efficiency

75 lumens/watt

Power Consumption

2 watts/foot

Light Output (LL-27)

40 foot candles min. @ 21 1/2"H 150 lumens/foot

Color Temperature

ANSI C3

Environment

Indoor, Dry Locations

Operating Temperature Range

32-104°F (0-40°C)

Expected Service Life

20 years @ 50 hours/week

6' Power Supply

25 watt

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Sizes

LED LabLights are available in the following sizes:

Part # Dimensions Quote Request
LL15 1⅜” w × ⅞” h × 15¼” l* Quote
LL27 1⅜” w × ⅞” h × 27¼” l* Quote
LL39 1⅜” w × ⅞” h × 39¼” l* Quote
LL51 1⅜” w × ⅞” h × 51¼” l* Quote
LL63 1⅜” w × ⅞” h × 63¼” l* Quote
LL75 1⅜” w × ⅞” h × 75¼” l* Quote
LL87 1⅜” w × ⅞” h × 87¼” l* Quote

*Add 1 ⅝” to length for each power connection (connection cord/inter connect cable). Length tolerance is ± 1/16”

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Installation

This product is designed to be mounted in a location about 20” above a work surface, centered over the work area, where it can most effectively illuminate the surface. The LED LabLight may be mounted on the bottom of a cabinet or shelf or inside a cabinet underneath the top surface.

LabLights are easily attached to metal, plastic or wood furniture. For semi-permanent mounting, for metal applications, magnetic brackets are pre-installed (LLMM). For permanent mounting, screw-mount brackets (LLSM) can be provided, which snap into the back of the LabLight. Custom mounting brackets are available at an additional charge.

Route and secure the low-voltage wire from the power supply to the jack at either end of LabLight, following a path that avoids sharp edges, moving parts such as doors, or other features that may damage the cable. Plug the power supply into a receptacle only after wire is routed and secured.

Shorter LabLight units may be connected in a series to make a longer assembly using interconnect cables supplied by PG LifeLink, provided that the maximum light-emitting units per power supply is not exceeded. Each LabLight is marked with the number of light-emitting units. The sum of all these units connected to one power supply must not exceed 10’.

To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury to persons:

  • Use only insulated staples or plastic ties to secure cords
  • Route and secure cords so that they will not be pinched or damaged
  • Not intended for recessed installation in ceilings or soffits
  • This low voltage portable cabinet light may be installed inside or under a cabinet or other built-in furniture when:
    • The low voltage Class 2 power supply is located outside the cabinet and is not concealed
    • The line voltage power supply cord is not concealed or run through openings in the cabinet, walls, ceilings, or floors
    • This requirement does not apply to the wiring between the cabinet light and the power unit
    • The US National Electrical Code (NEC) does not permit cords to be concealed where damage to insulation may go unnoticed
    • To prevent fire danger, do not run cord behind walls, ceilings, soffits, or cabinets where it may be inaccessible for examination
    • Cords should be visually examined periodically and immediately replaced when any damage is noted

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Certifications

LabLink LED LabLights are certified by UL to the following standards:

  • UL 153 Standard for Portable Electric Luminaries
  • UL 8750 Standard for Light Emitting Diode (LED) Equipment for Use in Lighting Products
  • CSA C22.2 No. 9.0 – 96 General Requirements for Luminaries

LabLink LED LabLight Certification document

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