Company has announced the release of a magnetically mounted 90 watt portable LED work light with daisy chain connections.
The WAL-M-LEDHL-900-ILC-25 LED work light from Larson Electronics offers high light output from a compact form factor and is designed to provide a more durable and long lived alternative to halogen and metal halide units. This 90 watt LED light produces a wide flood beam of light without the high heat, fragile construction, or high energy costs of traditional lights. This magnetically mounted light assembly consists of an integrated LED paired with a prismatic polycarbonate lens which is secured to the housing with a one piece injected rubber seal. The prismatic lens is designed for superior wide light distribution that makes it the perfect replacement for metal halide floodlights. The LED assembly is housed within a waterproof die cast 2-part aluminum housing that is powder coated for added durability and corrosion resistance. This 2-part housing design allows for easy servicing and the aluminum design helps heat dissipation and increased LED longevity. This unit is equipped with a 200 pound grip magnet and a handle to simplify portability. This LED work light is fitted with a three foot line-out cable terminated in a female cord cap and a twenty-five foot line-in cable terminated in a male cord cap allowing this unit to be daisy chain connected. These magnetic mount LED work lights can operate on current ranging from 100 to 277 volts AC without any modifications necessary, providing versatile and readily adaptable power options for many locations. This LED magnetic mount light is designed to withstand demanding conditions, is IP65 waterproof, and built to resist the damaging effects of an outdoor environment.
“This LED work light provides operators with a versatile lighting solution that is equipped with a 200 lb. grip magnet for temporary work sites,” said Rob Bresnahan with Larsonelectronics.com. “This unit is compact in size and gives operators the ability to connect multiple units for precise illumination.”
Larson Electronics www.larsonelectronics.com