Magnalight Announces Addition of Heavy Duty Portable Aluminum LED Light Tower

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Magnalight Announces Addition of Heavy Duty Portable Aluminum LED Light Tower

Press Release Apr 15, 2012

Larson Electronics' Magnalight.com has announced the addition of a powerful LED light tower designed to provide a powerful yet easily transported and deployed lighting solution for operators in construction, utility and emergency services industries. This height-adjustable, four-leg light tower is lightweight and produces 3,440 lumens of light in a wide flood pattern that is ideal for work areas and DOT/construction flaggers.

The WAL-QP-P10W-40X2E-25 quad-pod mounted LED work area light from Magnalight.com that produces 3,440 lumens of intense white light in a wide flood pattern and can operate with standard 120-277 VAC electrical current. This LED light tower is adjustable from 5 to 14 feet in height and is constructed of heavy gauge aluminum for light weight and high strength.

The tower assembly is a four leg quad-pod design that provides better stability than three leg tripods, yet can be quickly and easily broken down without tools with a removable center support and folding legs. Operators can simply loosen the T-handle screws to remove the center support and lamp head from the base assembly and the four legs then fold up, which results in a compact and lightweight package that can be easily stowed in the back of a pickup or even a car for easy transport.

The LED light head on this tower is a rugged design that has been built to resist damage from rough handling and the elements with a thick aluminum housing, shatterproof LEXAN lens, and an IP68 waterproof to three meters rating. These LED light heads contain Cree LEDs for maximum performance, and each LED is paired with high efficiency optics to produce a light beam that is both powerful as well as uniform and well distributed, resulting in even and effective illumination of the work space.

Magnalight.com equips these LED light towers with a heavy duty waterproof transformer which allows operators to operate these units with the standard 120-277 VAC voltages commonly used on jobsites and in work areas. The heavy duty construction and high output of these towers combined with their portability and light weight make them ideal for use on job sites as flagger lights as well as for emergency lighting and general construction lighting where powerful lighting that can be set up quickly is desirable.

"The WAL-QP-P10W-40X2E-25 collapsible, aluminum LED light tower is ideal for roadside flag operators," said Rob Bresnahan with Larson Electronics' Magnalight.com."  The LED light fixture on this tower is weatherproof and produces 3,440 lumens of bright white light.  This lightweight, wind stable LED light tower is an excellent choice for a variety of uses including road crew flaggers, first responders and utility operators." 

Larson Electronics' Magnalight produces a wide range of LED work lights, work area lights, Led light towers, LED floodlights and LED equipment lights. The entire line of Magnalight lighting products can be viewed by visiting Magnalight .com or you can call 800/369-6671 to learn more about custom ordering options. For international inquiries, call 214/616-6180 for more details.

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