Larson Electronics Unveils 600 Watt Portable Light Tower for Industrial Applications
KEMP, TX: Larson Electronics, a provider of portable industrial lighting equipment, announces the release of a 600 Watt portable light tower, WALTP-CU12-4X150W-LED-100 for industrial lighting purpose. This is mainly designed for demanding conditions including emergency services, mining, construction, marine, and industrial operations where maximum durability, life expectancy and portability play a vital role.
The main features of this portable light tower include: Four 150 watt LED light heads which produces 59,610 lumens, operates on 120 to 277 volts AC, 50 to 60 HZ frequency, draws five amps at 600 watts on a 120 volt power supply and equipped with 100’ of 16/3 chemical and abrasion resistant cord with industrial grade cord cap for easy connection to common wall outlets.
The lamps are mounted on an adjustable and collapsible quadpod, which allows operators to adjust each light for maximum coverage of their workspace. It has two solid 8 inch polyurethane wheels for transporting the unit from one area of the workspace to another very easily. The LED light sources runs cooler than the traditional lamps which reduces the chance of accidental burns and increased temperatures due to heat emissions thereby providing a energy efficient light source.
“This reliable construction makes the unit ideal for heavy duty applications where a stable, reliable light source is required”, says Rob Bresnahan, President, Larson Electronics.
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