HALOGEN WORKLIGHT(110V)

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HALOGEN WORKLIGHT(110V)MODEL NO: HLC400/110PART NO: 5460685ASSEMBLY & USERINSTRUCTIONSORIGINAL INSTRUCTIONSGC1119 -ISS 2

INTRODUCTIONThank you for purchasing this CLARKE halogen floodlight with handle and grill.The floodlight is suitable for internal or external use as described in this manualand is suitable for lighting construction sites and similar applications.Before attempting to use this product, please read this manual thoroughly andfollow the instructions carefully. In doing so you will ensure the safety of yourselfand that of others around you, and you can look forward to your purchasegiving you long and satisfactory service.TECHNICAL INFORMATIONModelHLC400 /110Model type0203/110Dimensions (L x W x H)225 x 205 x 310 mmWeight1.5 kgTilt adjustment-90o to 90oOperating Temperature-20oC to 50oCPower Supply110V 50HzLED Wattage consumption400WInsulation ClassIIP RatingIP54 (external use)Energy Efficiency Class#C Class TubeColour Temperature#2900 KEfficiency#21.4 lm/WLumen output# (luminous flux)8545 LmHalogen Tube TypeR7s-J118 (max 400W)# - values given for the bulb supplied2Parts & Service: 020 8988 7400 / E-mail: Parts@clarkeinternational.com or Service@clarkeinternational.com

GUARANTEEThis product is guaranteed against faulty manufacture for a period of 12months from the date of purchase. Please keep your receipt which will berequired as proof of purchase.This guarantee is invalid if the product is found to have been abused ortampered with in any way, or not used for the purpose for which it wasintended.Faulty goods should be returned to their place of purchase, no product canbe returned to us without prior permission.This guarantee does not effect your statutory rights.SAFETY PRECAUTIONS1. This worklight must not be immersed in water.2. Do not look directly into the lamp when switched on as this can damagethe eyes.3. If used with an extension cable always ensure that the extension cable isfully unwound.4. Do not use this worklight if it has a broken lens, casing or damaged supplycable.5. Always unplug the worklight before moving it or performing maintenance.Do not touch the lamp when your hands are wet.6. Do not attempt to disassemble or repair the worklight.7. Always unplug the worklight when it is not in use.8. Never unplug the worklight by holding the cable. Unplug by holding theplug.9. Never use the worklight if the cable or plug are damaged.10. Always stand on a firm, level surface.11. Do not operate within 1m of combustable materials.SAFETY SYMBOLSThe following symbols appear on the unit.Hot surface, do not touch.Do not cover3Parts & Service: 020 8988 7400 / E-mail: Parts@clarkeinternational.com or Service@clarkeinternational.com

ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS - 110VOLTWARNING! READ THESE ELECTRICAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONSTHOROUGHLY BEFORE CONNECTING THE PRODUCT TO APOWER SUPPLY.This lamp is to be used with a 16A-4H/100-130V 50 60Hz 2P E and IP44BSEN60309 cable/plug and can be connected to one of the following powersupplies: 110V generator 110V isolating transformer 110V site supply 230V generator or mains supply via a 110V transformer.Connecting it to any other power source may cause damage.This product includes a fitted industrial plug and acable for use with a 110 volt supply. On no accountcan a 230V,13amp (BS1363) plug be used.If using a portable 110V transformer make sure it has arated capacity sufficient to take the load of theworklight.Should the plug need changing at any time, ensurethat a plug of identical specification is used andproceed as follows:1. Undo the socket screws & remove the rear section.2. Rotate the cable clamp clear of the terminals.3. Feed the cable through the rear gland in the plug.4. Remove the cable sheath to the required lengthsas shown in the diagram.5. Terminate the correct wires in thecorrect terminal blocks as shown.6. Remove the cable clamp screws. Clipthe cable clamp back into position andplace the clamp around the outersheath of the cable. Replace the screwsand tighten until the cable is securelyheld.7. Replace the rear cover and tighten the cover screws.4Parts & Service: 020 8988 7400 / E-mail: Parts@clarkeinternational.com or Service@clarkeinternational.com

If in any doubt, consult a qualified electrician. DO NOT attempt any repairsyourself.The user should purchase a suitable connecting lead which is compatible withthe worklight socket. The length giving mobility to the worklight but withoutbecoming a trip hazard.ASSEMBLY & MOUNTINGThe worklight must be mounted onthe carry frame as shown.1. Remove the locking knob fromthe base section of the carryframe, then insert the tubular baseinto the frame attachment, asshown.2. Line up the holes in the twosections of the frame thenreplace and tighten the lockingknob.MAINTENANCEAlways allow the lamp to cool before performing any maintenance.The halogen tubes supplied have a life expectancy of approximately 1000hours and can be replaced by the user.1. Release the screw holding thefront of the lamp closed andhinge it away from the lamp. The tube is a simple press-fit inthe holder at each end.2. Do not touch the tube if hot.When handling the new tube useclean paper or cloth.DO NOTallow your fingers to come intocontact with the glass. If thishappens, clean the glass with methylated spirit.3. Close the cover and re-tighten the screw.5Parts & Service: 020 8988 7400 / E-mail: Parts@clarkeinternational.com or Service@clarkeinternational.com

4. Clean the lens at regular intervals using a non-abrasive glass cleaner.Further replacement tubes can be obtained from your local dealer or ClarkeInternational Spares Department.Type R7s-J118 - 110V -Max 400WPart No. 5460675CARE & STORAGE1. When not in use, switch off & unplug from the power supply.2. Store this worklight in a secure, dry place, out of the reach of children. DONOT leave it exposed to the elements and avoid direct sunlight, directheat, rain/moisture etc.3. Keep the external surfaces clean. Avoid impact damage & do not allowthis worklight to come into contact with abrasive or corrosive materials.4. Do not use solvents, thinners or alcohol for cleaning, (with the exception ofthe halogen tubes), as these chemicals will damage the finish. With theworklight unplugged from the power supply, use a dry cloth to wipe overthe components.5. Only use extension leads that are of an appropriate power rating andsuitable for the work environment. Inspect the extension lead regularly andreplace if damaged.6. Never use unauthorised accessories or attachments which may result inpersonal injury or damage to the product.7. Do not attempt to repair or modify this product or attempt any electricalrepair yourself beyond replacing halogen tubes. Consult the Clarke ServiceDepartment on 020 8988 7400.ENVIRONMENTAL RECYCLING POLICYThrough purchase of this product, the customer is taking on the obligation todeal with the WEEE in accordance with the WEEE regulations inrelation to the treatment, recycling & recovery and environmentallysound disposal of the WEEE.In effect, this means that this product must not be disposed of withgeneral household waste. It must be disposed of according to the lawsgoverning Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) at a recogniseddisposal facility.6Parts & Service: 020 8988 7400 / E-mail: Parts@clarkeinternational.com or Service@clarkeinternational.com

DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY7Parts & Service: 020 8988 7400 / E-mail: Parts@clarkeinternational.com or Service@clarkeinternational.com

This guarantee does not effect your statutory rights. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1. This worklight must not be immersed in water. 2. Do not look directly into the lamp when switched on as this can damage the eyes. 3. If used with an extension cable al

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