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January 6, 2015 - Products

Larson Electronics

Larson Electronics has added to its industrial grade lighting equipment with the release of a 144-watt LED quadpod mounted work light. Built to provide a high power lighting solution that requires minimal setup time or effort, the WAL-QP-4X12ET-25-480 provides operators with an ideal lighting solution that features a quadpod with solid wheels for portability and four thirty-six watt LED lamps.

The WAL-QP-4X12ET-25-480 from Larson Electronics is a quadpod mounted work area light that produces 8,640 lumens of light. This portable light tower has four adjustable LED light heads mounted on top of a four leg aluminum quadpod equipped with wheels for easy positioning from one work space to another. This adjustable and collapsible quadpod can be extended to twelve feet and collapsed to seven feet.

The light assembly on this unit can be removed by releasing the hand knob and sliding the light and mounting bracket off of the center support while the legs can be collapsed, aiding in deployment, storage and transport. The light head assembly on this tower contains four 36 watt LED lamps that produce 2,160 lumens each. These lamps are independently adjustable, allowing operators to adjust each light for maximum coverage of the work space. These LED light bars are IP68 rated and waterproof to three meters, sealed against intrusion by dust and dirt and ruggedly constructed to withstand the most demanding environments, conditions and applications. Included with this work light is 25 feet of SOOW cord equipped with a L24-20P plug for 347 volts and a L8-20P plug for 480 volts.

The WAL-QP-4X12ET-25-480 is a heavy duty unit designed for use in inclement conditions and for overall longevity in difficult construction environments with heavy duty aluminum construction and stainless steel hardware for maximum durability.

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