Pan & Tilt™ Series, 360° Remote Control Spotlight

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Pan & Tilt™ Series, 360° Remote Control Spotlight

Press Release Jul 17, 2012

July 12, 2012

CHESTER, CT—Whelen Engineering introduces professional grade LED lighting in a 360° remote control spotlight ideal for utility linesmen, construction, marine, fire and law enforcement applications. The new Pan & Tilt™ Series features wired or wireless control and all the heavy-duty attributes of LED lighting that make this the adaptable resource you’ve been waiting for, wherever search work/scene lighting is required.

Proportional push button control provides quick and easy operation for panning 210° left or right; 90° upwards or 20° down. Spotlight returns to home position when turned off. Heavy-duty LEDs are rated for thousands of hours and provide 1475 Lumens, while drawing only 2 amps.

Permanent or flange mount, polycarbonate base and dome. All covered by Whelen’s exclusive five year HDP® Heavy Duty Professional Warranty.

For more information: Whelen Engineering Co., Inc., 51 Winthrop Road, Chester, CT 06412; 860/526-9504, or www.whelen.com.

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