Larson Electronics has announced the release of a new Bar Clamp Mounted LED Spotlight. The BCML-LEDP-2X10WRE Bar Clamp Mount Spotlight offers high output in a durable, low profile housing. The bar clamp mount on this light makes it the perfect mounting solution for any ATV, UTV, golf cart and boat that has a rail or bar.

The 20 watt LED light head produces a 1720 lumen output with low voltage and amp draw, 50,000+ hour service life and 12 to 32 volt compatibility providing operators with a versatile and powerful LED lighting solution. Power is provided by a 16 foot coil cord that ends in a cigarette plug. Two 10 watt LEDs are combined with high purity optics to produce a tight 10° spread spot beam that is 700 feet long.

Ruggedly designed, these LED bar clamp mount spotlights are IP68 rated and waterproof to three meters, sealed against intrusion by dust and dirt and constructed to withstand demanding environments and applications. The housing of this spotlight is constructed of extruded aluminum and features rubber isolated mounts and unbreakable polycarbonate lenses to provide durability and resistance to vibrations, impacts, abuse, hard rains, sand and high winds.

The BCML-LEDP2X10WRE is mounted on the end of a 4” chrome plated shaft. An aluminum bar clamp is mounted to the shaft to simplify mounting. These bar clamps are not adjustable. The top portion of the mount has a through hole that enables the operator to pass one of two ¼-20 bolts through it and secure that stud with a Nylock nut. The Nylock nut and bolt are provided with the bar clamp. Small machine screws secure the bottom half of the clamp to the top portion. The installer simply affixes the light to the top portion and places the assembly on the rail or bar. The bottom portion is positioned and secured with the machine screws, cinching the clamp tightly to the bar.

“This bar clamp mounted LED spotlight is the perfect solution for owners of ATVs and UTVs,” Rob Bresnahan, with said. “The mounting is simple and the light is very durable and capable of withstanding the rough terrain that is normally acquired with riding.”

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