Larson Electronics (Kemp, Texas) has introduced a 12-watt infrared LED light emitter — the LEDLB-4E-IR-M-110V — to provide a power and effective source of infrared light that can be operated from standard wall outlets and be magnetically-mounted to metallic surfaces for easy control and precise application. The LED light bar produces invisible infrared light in the 850 or 940 Nm portion of the light spectrum and is housed inside of a heavy-duty extruded aluminum housing that is waterproof and rated to three meters of submersion. The company says it can also withstand impacts from dropping that would cause traditional infrared lamps to shatter or fail. Four LEDs provide the necessary lighting, and are compatible with 110-120 VAC current typically available from wall outlets. Users can also disconnect the transformer and run the lamp directly from 12- or 24-volt DC current.
Learn more at www.larsonelectronics.com.