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Magnalight.com Announces Release of 8,640 Lumen Magnetic Mount Construction Light

May 7, 2013

Larson Electronics, a leading manufacturer and distributor of high quality lighting for over 40 years, has announced the release of a compact yet powerful three lamp construction light designed to provide high output illumination in an easy to mount design. The WAL-M-3X48LED-120 144 Watt LED Flood Light features a magnetic mounting platform for easy setup and produces over 8,000 lumens of high quality light output from three adjustable 48 watt LED lamps.

Kemp, Texas (PRWEB) May 07, 2013

The Larson Electronics WAL-M-3X48LED-120 144 watt LED flood light provides operators with a powerful yet compact and easy to mount work lamp capable of effectively illuminating work areas 675 feet long by 450 feet wide in size. This powerful LED work light features a triple LED lamp design coupled with a powerful magnetic mounting assembly that allows operators to quickly and easy illuminate large areas simply by attaching the unit to any metallic surface capable of accepting a magnet. Each LED light on this unit is IP67 rated waterproof and features a heavy duty aluminum housing with an unbreakable polycarbonate lens, giving these lamps the durability needed to stand up to abusive work conditions. The LEDs in these lamps utilize Edison Edixeon® emitters from Cree for the best performance and reliability possible and have an operational life rated at 50,000+ hours. Each lamp attaches to the main aluminum mounting bracket with an adjustable hinge that allows operators to adjust each lamp independently of the other for optimum coverage of the work area. Power for the lights is provided by an integral waterproof transformer which allows operators to run this work light from any 120-277 VAC power source, including standard wall outlets. 25 feet of oil and abrasion resistant cord fitted with a heavy duty straight blade lug is also included to provide ample length for connection to outlets without the need for an extension cord. The mounting system on the WAL-M-2X48LED-120 is an innovative design that consists of three 200lbs grip magnetic pads providing a total of 600lbs of magnetic gripping force. This light can be attached to metallic walls or ceilings, or attached to vehicles and heavy equipment as well as tank walls, metal framing, and just about any metal surface that will accept a magnet. This magnetic mounting makes this light extremely versatile and convenient as workers can simply attach the unit to a surface and switch it on without the need for any added mounting hardware or platforms to keep the light steady or in position. This magnetic mounting design is extremely strong and will hold the light in position even under heavy vibration or movement, making it ideal for use while running heavy machinery or equipment. These temporary construction light are ideal for indoor or outdoor use, construction sites, utilities work, emergency responders, and industrial manufacturing operations, and provides a powerful and brilliant spread of sharp white light that far exceeds the quality and intensity of incandescent work lights.

“The WAL-M-3X48LED LED work light is constructed with an aluminum magnetic mount consisting of 600lb gripping force, making it both portable and easily set up on any ferrous metallic surface, ” said Rob Bresnahan of Larson Electronics Magnalight.com. “Once mounted above, below or behind the operator, each LED light head can be independently adjusted horizontally or vertically and will illuminate the work space with a bright white flood beam.”

Larson Electronics is a leading manufacturer and distributor of industrial grade electrical equipment and carries an extensive line of LED lights, portable work lights, explosion proof lights, portable hand lamps, and industrial grade light towers. You can view Larson Electronics´ entire line of heavy duty lighting by visiting their website at Magnalight.com. Larson Electronics can be reached directly by calling 1-800-369-6671 or 1-214-616-6180 for international inquiries.

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