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Larson Electronics' Unveils WAL-M-LED48-120 LED Work Light

Larson Electronics' has released WAL-M-LED48-120 LED work light for use in commercial and industrial workplaces. This LED work light can be fixed magnetically to railings, scaffoldings, tank walls or ceilings, which contain a flat metal surface, and where high-power illumination is essential.

The WAL-M-LED48-120 LED work light from Magnalight is capable of illuminating an area 300 feet in length by 240 feet in width with 48 watts of brilliant illumination. PRNewsFoto/Larson Electronics)

The illumination from this WAL-M-LED48-120 LED light has to capacity to cover an area having a width of 240 ft and a length of 300 ft.

The WAL-M-LED48-120 LED work light produces around 2,800 lm of light from just 48 W of power. This LED light has a light-weight frame made of aluminum, which is capable of withstanding rugged environments in commercial and industrial work places. The aluminum frame has three legs which are fitted with magnetic feet at their tips. The three magnetic feet, each weighing 200 lbs, act as the mounting platform that can be easily and safely attached to a metal surface.

The aluminum frame of the WAL-M-LED48-120 LED work light has a shatterproof LEXAN lens which makes the light reliable and durable. The LED light assembly is highly resistant to vibrations and impacts, and is also waterproof. A tension hinge is used to attach the LED lamp to the aluminum mounting platform of this LED work light. This hinge enables the lamp to be adjusted suitably without the need to use screws or brackets. A cord measuring 25 ft in length, and having abrasion and chemical resistant properties, is included with this LED work light

Larson Electronics'’s Rob Bresnahan said that as the WAL-M-LED48-120 work light illuminates an area 240 ft in width and 300 ft in length, it can be effectively used for back-lighting purposes.


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