Optronics International has introduced eight new LED utility and work lights, expanding its total category offering by 40% and its packaged line by 50%. The eight new, feature-rich LED lamps come in a variety of shapes and sizes and are all available in retail packages and in bulk.
The new lamps range from utility and work lights to scene lights, and even include a freestanding, rechargeable, cordless, and multifunctional LED lamp. The products enable users to address a vast array of auxiliary lighting applications. With such a wide variety of shapes, sizes, prices, and raw lumen outputs ranging from 1,000 to 20,000, Optronics’ entire family of LED utility and work lights can match any budget and any application.
“Utility and work lights are vital for those working in, on and around vehicles, particularly as the days grow shorter this winter,” Marcus Hester, vice president of sales and marketing for Optronics International, said.
The list of new LED utility and work lights includes:
- The TLL41FS rubber housing utility light with rugged, rubberized housing and seven LEDs
- The TLL42FS swivel base utility/work light featuring swivel points on both its mounting bracket and handle for unlimited positioning and 13 LEDs
- The TLL145FS utility work light with die-cast aluminum housing and seven LEDs
- The TLL153FK mini utility lights in a two-light set, each with nine LEDs
- The UCL26CS low profile flood light with two-inch thickness and six LEDs
- The UCL28CS off-road spot light with die-cast aluminum housing and tough powder-coated finish
- The UCL42CS mini scene light with unique 45-degree directional flood beam pattern
- The UCL73 rechargeable, cordless utility light with spot, flood, and emergency beam functions and multi-device charging capabilities via USB port
With the exception of the off-road spot light, all the new lamps come with stainless steel mounting hardware and either IP65 or IP67 rating for contaminant resistance. All the lamps are designed to be compatible with both 12- and 24-volt electrical systems.
Originally posted on Government Fleet