Product Announcement: Rechargeable LED Light for Indoor/Outdoor Industrial Use

by | Jan 17, 2019

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This 120-watt unit is powered by a 1,500Wh li-ion battery that is rechargeable via common 120V AC wall outlets or customer-provided solar panels. Image courtesy of Larson Electronics.


Larson Electronics, a Texas-based industrial lighting company, recently announced the release of a rechargeable LED light for remote indoor or outdoor applications and use at industrial facilities. This unit is 120 watts and is powered by a rechargeable 1,500Wh lithium-ion battery compatible with 120V AC wall outlets or customer-provided solar panels.

The WAL-RPS-WLM-2XWP60E-1.5K-HD-120V portable LED light features two LED lamps producing a total of 10,800 lumens of light output. Each lamp consists of six LEDs housed inside a waterproof aluminum housing that is powder coated for extra protection and durability. The housing also incorporates integral cooling fins for efficient heat dissipation and increased LED life. This unit includes a two-foot removable input power cord equipped with a 5-15P cord cap for recharging.

Larson Electronics’ portable LED lighting solution features a battery pack with green illuminating indicators to display the charging status when in use. This unit is protected by a portable storm case featuring two pad-lockable hasps and two press/pull latches that lock automatically. A button activation system allows operators to turn the power on and off. The standard output power is 500W with peak output reaching 700W, and this unit supports 120V AC output.

This LED light has lamps that are mounted on an industrial wall mount bracket using L brackets with thru-holes on each side. According to Larson Electronics, once installed, the lights can be moved up and down via trunnion brackets at 360? and 180? of rotation and tilt. A 50-foot 16/3 SOOW cord with a 5-15P cord cap is available for connecting the battery pack. Suitable applications include use at industrial work sites, for indoor or outdoor lighting, temporary lighting, construction sites, and more.


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