LED Mini Light Tower Illuminates an Area Greater than 45 Feet Long and 35 Feet Wide

Larson Electronics releases a 12-watt temporary fixed-mount LED mini light tower for general close work areas and for other applications where an easily deployable and reliable source of lighting is needed.

Larson Electronics releases a 12-watt temporary fixed-mount LED mini light tower for general close work areas and for other applications where an easily deployable and reliable source of lighting is needed.

Larson Electronics releases a 12-watt temporary fixed-mount LED mini light tower for general close work areas and for other applications where an easily deployable and reliable source of lighting is needed.

The TPM-LED-L1X4-25CC-1227 LED light tower from Larson Electronics contains one LED light head that produces 720 lumens while using 12 watts of power. This temporary fixed-mount aluminum light pole extends from 3.5 to 8 feet and produces a 720-lumen light beam capable of illuminating an area that is more than 45 feet long and 35 feet wide. The LED light head on this unit contains four Edison Edixeon Emitters that produce 180 lumens each combined with high-purity optics to produce a tightly focused spot beam with limited spread or light spillage. The LED light head on this telescoping pole has an IP68 rated construction that is designed to withstand demanding environmental and operating conditions. The 8- to 3.5-foot adjustable pole mount features a pneumatic braking system that prevents the pole from suddenly collapsing, which ads in safety and security. This tower is equipped with a 25-foot straight cord and an in-line transformer that allows operation with standard 120 to 277 volts AC current. This unit also features the capability of being used on a 12- to 24-volt DC electrical system. Operators can disconnect the transformer from the quick disconnect cord on the light and attach the 16-foot coil cord cigarette plug cable. The easy deployment and multi-voltage capability of this light tower makes it ideal for rapid deployment as a scene light for first responders to downed lines, main breaks or accidents.

www.LarsonElectronics.com

Comments

  1. It’s really a good light with great features. I really like how you can not only use AC power, but DC as well which could come in very useful. Also a very neat feature is the car cigarette plug cable, which would let you use it from your car.

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