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What is LED Class 2 Div 1 Lighting?

Class 2 Division 1, or C2D1, is a classification of hazardous location ratings. It’s designed to work in hazardous conditions where ignitable concentrations of dust, fibers, or flyings are always present. It is not a classification of gases, vapors, and liquids, which is covered in Class 1 Division 1.

Will Class 1 Division 1 Certified Light Work in a Class 2 Division 1 Environment?

We can’t speak for every hazardous location rated fixture, but all our Class 1 Division 1 rated fixtures are also Class 2, Division 1, Groups E, F, G rated. So in short, if you are looking for Class 2 Division 1 Light Fixtures, our Class 1 Division 1 fixtures will work.

Will Class 1 Division 2 Lighting Work in a Class 2 Division 1 Environment?

It depends. Many of our Class 1 Division 2 lights are certified for Class 2 Div 1, but only for Groups E, F and G.

What are Groups E, F, and G Associated with Our Class 2 Division 1 Light?

  • Group E areas are where combustible metal dusts like aluminum, magnesium, and other commercial alloys are present.
  • Group F areas are where combustible carbon-based dust, like coal and charcoal, are present.
  • Group G areas are for other combustible dusts not included above are present. These include wood, grain, and sugar dust.

How Do I Know if Your Class 2 Division 2 LED Lighting is Certified and Compliant?

All our hazardous location lights are tested under the UL844  standard. We list the Classes, Divisions, and Groups that each light is tested to with each fixture.

Where Can I Find a List of Lights That are Rated for Class 2 Division 1?

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