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Larson Electronics LLC: Portable LED Light Tower

March 19, 2012
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LED light towerThe LED10W-1X2LT rechargeable, portable, and adjustable LED light tower produces 1,600 lumens and is capable of running for 20 hours on a single charge. The weather- and abuse-resistant tower package includes two aluminum-bodied and IP68-rated LED light heads producing 800 lumens each. The light tower is designed to provide a portable and yet powerful source of illumination for construction, utility, and emergency services workers. Available in both spotlight and floodlight configurations, the LED light tower is adjustable from 3 to 8 feet in height and will illuminate an area approximately 120 feet long by 100 feet wide. A set of polyethylene outrigger legs can be extended to provide added tower stability in windy conditions or on uneven surfaces. A variety of connection options allow users to recharge the unit from wall outlets or vehicles, as well as connect other 12-V devices to the onboard battery to allow the unit to act as a portable power source. All of this tower’s components can be quickly collapsed and folded within the compact carrying case, and a simple carry handle allows users to transport the entire package much like
a suitcase.

Larson Electronics LLC
800-369-6671
or 214-616-6180
www.magnalight.com

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