Larson Electronics Launches Mini LED Strode Bar for Utility and Security Industries
KEMP, TX: Larson Electronics, manufacturer of portable industrial lighting equipment launches 9200-LED-S-M Mini Strode LED Light Bar offering a compact high signal performance operational on any voltage between 10-30 volts DC.
The stand out feature of LED strode light is it’s dual mounting system making it ideal to be mounted on a smooth surface such as glass or metal roofs. It comprises of 32, 1-watt amber LEDs within amber polycarbonate lens enclosure for durability and protection. The product comes with two magnetic strips with capacity of 50 Ibs of grips along with two suction cups which is capable of sticking to any smooth surface including fiberglass, vehicle roofs and equipment railings.
“This LED strobe light bar is SAE Class 1 rated and produces 4 times the amount of light as a Class 2 rated strobe light. Class 1 strobe lights are typically ideal for emergency vehicles such as police, fire and ambulance,” says Rob Bresnahan with Larson Electronics.
This beacon has a low 2.7 amp draw, produces a highly visible ten joules flash per strobe and sixteen foot cord ending that provides easy connection to standard plug sockets that are equipped in most vehicles. This mini LED strobe light bar is ideal for a wide variety of applications including, security, equipment, utilities, emergency services and industrial operations.
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