Longtime leader in commercial and industrial grade lighting Larson Electronics have announced the release of a 70 watt LED light emitter with a magnetic mount base. The LED10W-70-M LED light emitter is ideal for a wide variety of uses including equipment, vehicle, military, law enforcement and industrial manufacturing applications.
The LED10W-70-M light emitter from Larson Electronics produces 6,020 lumens of light while drawing only 70 watts of power from a 12 volt electrical system. This light emitter is comprised of seven CREE XLamp MC-E ten watt LEDs that produce 860 lumens each and are paired with high purity optics to produce a 20° spread spot beam approximately 750 feet long by 110 feet wide. Designed for harsh marine environments, this powerful LED light is IP68 rated waterproof to three meters and fully sealed against intrusion from water, dust and contaminants. To provide highly versatile operation and excellent heat control, this LED boat light contains advanced pulse width modulation (PWM) LED drivers that actively monitor LED heat and modify current accordingly to maintain an optimum LED operating temperature, in turn providing maximum LED output and lifespan over a wide range of operating conditions. These advanced LED drivers provide additional versatility by allowing users to connect external dimmer or strobe controls, which allows operators to precisely control light output as well as function. As well as function and heat control, the PWM driver technology automatically adjusts the input current to the proper levels, allowing these units to be used with electrical voltages ranging from 9 to 48 volts DC without the need for added hardware or transformers.
The heavy duty aluminum housing construction and unbreakable polycarbonate lens provides excellent durability that allows these LED lights to withstand the demanding conditions of harsh and corrosive salt water environments without any reduction in performance. The LED10W-70-M is magnetically mounted with a 200 pound grip magnetic base and can be adjusted 270°. The operator can adjust the light by loosening two thumb bolts located on either side of the light. Once the desired angle is found, the operator would simply re-tighten the thumb bolts to lock the light into place. Power for this LED light emitter is provided by a sixteen foot coil cord that ends in a cigarette plug.
“These LED lights are ideal replacements for incandescent, halogen, and even metal halide lights, and offer durability, power, and longevity that none of these old lighting technologies can match,” said Rob Bresnahan with Larsonelectronics.com. “The LED technology paired with a watertight construction and low amp draw cannot be beat as a replacement.”
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