Larson Electronics introduces new 10 Watt LED Hand Lamp

Larson Electronics has expanded its high grade lighting equipment offering with the release of a 10 watt LED drop light deal for a wide variety of close quarter work and inspection activities.

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According to the press release on the PR Web, Larson’s new LED trouble light is waterproof and vapour proof and is constructed to prevent the intrusion of water and moisture into the handle and head when used in wet locations.

“The 10 watt LED bulb included with the drop light produces 1,050 lumens of light with an operating temperature of only 55°. The solid state LED lamp has no filament, making it resistant to damage from impacts and dropping,” reads the press release.

“The drop light features a rubberised, insulated handle to provide a safe and secure grip and a stainless steel wire guard enclosure to protect the polycarbonate lens. These LED drop lights have improved qualities compared to the incandescent models with higher foot candle light output, cooler operation and better light quality.”

The company’s CEO Rob Bresnahan said the VPLHL-7WLED-PC-GR30 LED trouble light is equipped with 30 feet of cord on a retractable reel and is capable of illuminating an area approximately eight feet wide in all directions.

“While incandescent hand lamps can generate enough heat to burn operators that bump into the light, the LED hand lamps generally don’t get above the ambient temperature of the area,” Mr Bresnahan continued.

“The solid state electronics make the LED light vibration resistant and the 50,000 life hour rating enables operators to avoid re-lamping for more than 5 years.”

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