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Larson Launches New Horizontal Mast Equipped with Four High Intensity LED Lights

Larson Electronics announces the release of a 30 foot horizontal light mast that provides a safe and effective way for operators to quickly deploy four LED lights.

The LM-30-HZ-4X400LTL-LED-EW-WB horizontal light mast from Larson Electronics features a two section assembly that extends to 30’ for maximum area coverage and collapses to 17’ when not in use. The mast is extended and retracted using an included electric motor and lead screw. This horizontal light mast is powder coated with a glossy blue finish for corrosion resistance and aesthetics. The mast is extended to its full horizontal position by using an included 1,000 lbs. hand winch with ¼” cable. This mast is equipped with pockets on each end for transporting with a skid loader, or other heavy duty machinery. This mast is typically mounted to trailers or other stable surfaces with a twelve inch square, ½” thick mounting base plate with pre-drilled holes to accept four ¾” bolts. The lighting system is comprised of four 400 watt LED lamps, each producing 52,000 lumens of light. These flood lights produce a wide flood light pattern with a combined total of 1,600 watts and 508,000 lumens of light. The lighting system is connected to the power source by a 4-switch control box. A 44” wide and 2” by 2” by ¼” thick mounting plate is attached to the telescoping section of the mast which provides a strong and stable platform for the 400 watt LED light fixtures.

“Larson’s new horizontal masts allow users to extend the reach of equipment in locations where it seems impractical,” said Rob Bresnahan, CEO of Larson Electronics. “This mast is equipped with four high intensity LED lights allowing users to illuminate tanks, manholes, and other locations where readily available light isn’t practical.”

Source: http://www.larsonelectronics.com/

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