Larson Electronics Launches 80' Temporary LED String Light Set for High Output Illumination
FREMONT, CA: Larson Electronic, a supplier of explosion proof and industrial grade lighting equipment, launches a temporary construction string light set assembled with four 3’ LED hand lamps and four tool taps. The string light set is designed for high output illumination and daisy chain connections across the job site.
The string light set contains four industrial grade LED work lights and four tool taps equipped with Type G BS1363 receptacles. The LED lamps and the four tool taps are connected in series along 70’ of cable. A molded T junction is mounted every ten feet, with two feet of SOOW cord connecting a single drop light and three feet of cord connecting a single tool tap to the backbone. Moreover, they are weather proof and impact resistant.
Each drop light is equipped with a 14 watt T8 style LED lamp that produces 1,750 lumens and require no ballast to operate. The built in reflector provides a wide, glare free, and shadow-less light field of bright white light. Each light comes standard with a set of drop hooks to allow users to conveniently hang the unit overhead.
“This string light and tool tap assembly is ideal for use with tools and electrical equipment in locations where connection to fixed receptacles is unavailable or impractical,” says Rob Bresnahan, Larson Electronics. “It safely extends the operational range without creating hazards associated with excessive cords strewn about the workplace.”
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