600-Watt Heavy Duty Portable Light Tower

Company has announced the release of a 600-watt, heavy duty light tower equipped with four removable 150 watt LED light heads.

Company has announced  the release of a 600-watt heavy duty light tower equipped with four removable 150 watt LED light heads.

The WALTP-CU12-4X150W-LED-100 quadpod light tower produces 59,610 lumens of light from four 150 watt LED light heads. This portable light tower has a removable light head assembly mounted on top of a four legged three inch steel quadpod equipped with eight inch wheels for transporting the unit from one area of the workspace to another. The light head assembly on this tower contains four 150 watt LED lamps producing 14,790 lumens each. These lamps are independently adjustable, allowing operators to adjust each light for maximum coverage of the workspace. This adjustable and collapsible quadpod can be extended to fourteen feet and collapsed to seven feet. The unit is extended and lowered using an included manual crank cable winch equipped with a brake for fast and safe deployment. The two solid 8” polyurethane wheels allow the operator to tilt the unit back and simply roll the entire assembly to a new location when fully deployed. This portable light tower is equipped with 100’ of 16/3 chemical and abrasion resistant cord that is fitted with an industrial grade cord cap for easy connection to common wall outlets. This tower operates on 120-277 volts AC, 50/60 Hz, single phase power and draws five amps at 600 watts on a 120 volt power supply. This is a heavy duty unit designed for use in demanding conditions and for overall longevity in difficult construction environments with heavy duty aluminum construction for maximum durability.

β€œThis light tower is comprised of a removable light head assembly mounted atop a quadpod fabricated from 3” steel square tubing,” said Rob Bresnahan with Larsonelectronics.com. β€œThis reliable construction makes the unit ideal for heavy duty applications where a stable, reliable light source is required.”

Larson Electronics  www.larsonelectronics.com