Larson Electronics Releases Telescoping LED Work Light

larsonLarson Electronics has announced the release of a 120-watt telescoping LED work light that produces illumination comparable to a 400-watt metal halide without the high heat, fragile construction or high energy use.

The WALTP-3XWP400 LED work light on telescoping tripod from Larson Electronics is designed to provide a portable, yet powerful lighting solution that can be quickly transported and deployed. This portable tower features a collapsible tripod that extends from 3 to 10 ft in height and three LED light heads mounted to a single, removable bracket. This adjustable work light produces 2,924 lumens of bright white light and distributes it in a wide flood pattern capable of illuminating 15,000 sq ft of work space. Each light head contains 12 3.3-watt LEDs housed within a waterproof aluminum housing that is powder coated for added durability and resistance to corrosion. The lamps have a 50,000+ hour operational life, providing more than twice the longevity of HID lamps, and are designed to provide high output while running cooler, resulting in less heat in the work area and less chance of accidental burns.

This LED light tower is designed to withstand demanding conditions and is waterproof, vapor proof, and built to resist the damaging effects of an outdoor environment. The heavy duty aluminum tripod is durable, lightweight and adjustable to any length between 3.5 ft and 10 ft. The tripod legs collapse and the light head bracket is removable for simple portability and deployment. Power is provided by a 25-ft SOOW cord terminated with an optional cord cap to accommodate many plug outlets across the globe. This LED work light can be easily stored and carried in a work truck for rapid deployment as a scene light for first responders to downed lines, main breaks or accident scenes and other applications where general area lighting is not available.

“The WALTP-3XWP400 is a lightweight and simple lighting solution for operators who need an instant-on and reliable source of illumination,” said Rob Bresnahan with Larsonelectronics.com. “Featuring LED technology, these flood lights do not require any warm up time and can be cycled on and off without any reduction in lamp life.”

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