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Magnalight Introduces Lightweight, High Powered Portable LED Light Tower

Kemp, TX (Vocus) July 7, 2010

Larson Electronics added a portable 180 watt LED light tower to their line of industrial grade LED area lighting. The WALTP-2X90Y can be configured to project 180 watts of bright, white light in a long, narrow spot or wide area flood mode. In flood mode, the wet area rated LED light covers as much area as a 1000 watt metal halide light. The dual 90 watt LED light head is removable from the collapsible 8 foot industrial grade aluminum tripod. This enables operators to collapse the 9 foot tripod into a 3 foot, eight pound package for portability. The 9 pound light LED light heads are easily stored as well. The WALTP-2x90Y can be operated from standard US 110V power or 12/24 Volts DC. Thus, the WALTP-2X90Y LED light tower can be operated from a standard US wall outlet or from a standard or military vehicle.

We wanted to give operators a high powered, lightweight, versatile LED light tower that could run off any available power supply, be it grid or vehicle, said Rob Bresnahan with Larson Electronics The WALTP-2X90Y LED light tower on collapsible tripod is applicable for utility, military and first responder uses. It is IP67 rated for outdoor use and both the tripod and the lights are very tough. It can be deployed quickly, uses less than 2 amps on a 110V circuit and less than 16 amps on a 12 volt vehicle circuit. Operators can break down the LED light tower in few seconds and throw it behind the seat of their vehicle or put it a standard vehicle tool box.

Larson Electronics offers a wide selection of LED lighting, including vehicle mount LED lights, explosion proof LED lights, intrinsically safe LED flashlights, LED replacement bulbs, PAR38 LED bulbs and standard LED bulbs. You can learn more about Larson Electronics and or 1-800-369-6671 (1-903-498-3363 international).

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