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Larson Electronics Unveils NEW High Intensity 50W LED Light

Larson Electronics has added a high intensity, ultra-compact LED spot light to their line of products that offers a 3,350 lumen output with low voltage and amp draw, a 50,000 hour service life and 12 to 32 volt compatibility.

The LED50WRE high intensity LED spot light from Larson Electronics is constructed with a single CREE 50 watt LED that produces 3,350 lumens of intense light. It is combined with a high output reflector to produce a narrow 10° spread spot beam approximately 2,500’ long. This spot light is built for durability and versatility, with a low profile design, low power requirements, and versatile mounting options within an impact resistant housing. The 6.7” diameter lamp and reflector assembly is protected by a polycarbonate lens that is sealed against water and dust to provide an IP68 rating and weatherproof protection. The LED50WRE is waterproof to three meters, sealed against intrusion by dust and dirt and very ruggedly constructed to withstand the most demanding environments, conditions and applications. These units can withstand rapid temperature changes of -40° Celsius to 85° Celsius. This spotlight operates on current ranging from 12 to 32 volts DC without any modifications. This light is suspended within a form fitting trunnion mount that has two knurled knobs that can be loosened, allowing the LED light to be adjusted and then retightened to lock the light into any desired position once mounted. A single stainless steel stud protrudes from the bottom of the mount, enabling the operator to install the light using a simple through-hole mount.

“The beam on this ultra-compact LED spotlight is very effective to the far end of its reach at 2,500 feet,” Rob Bresnahan with said. “With its compact housing and sleek appearance, this spot light will look great on any boat or vehicle where low voltage is available.”


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