Larson Electronics knows that hunting is a very popular hobby around the country and respects the men and women who dedicate themselves to the tradition and integrity of the sport. That is why Larson Electronics strives to offer hunters of all types the highest quality hunting lights to exactly fit their hunting needs. Whether it is spotlighting hogs on a night hunt, finding the way safely back to the truck, or tracking a recently shot deer in the dark, Larson Electronics is sure to have a hunting light or hunting spotlight that is ideal for every hunting purpose.
Serious hunters expect their gear to hold up under even the most difficult of hunting conditions. Having a light fail for any reason or not providing enough illumination is simply unacceptable. A durable and reliable hunting light can be the difference between a filled tag and a lost trophy.
There are a wide variety of hunting lights that hunters may require depending on the type of hunting they enjoy doing. These included handheld hunting spotlights, rechargeable hunting spotlights, red hunting lights, green hunting lights, UV hunting lights, and hunting light bars. Larson Electronics offers models that fit all of those descriptions to make sure that any hunter will be able to find the hunting light that best suits their personal needs.
Larson Electronics hunting lights are all designed with strength, durability, and reliability in mind. Impressive illumination abilities make sure to light up the field on even the darkest of nights spent hunting. The handheld hunting spotlights and rechargeable hunting spotlights offer impressively long beam lengths, adjustability between flood and beam patterns, and a brass nut that allows them to be attached to tripods for even more versatility.
The colored hunting lights, including both the red hunting lights and green hunting lights, are appreciated by hunters who are targeting species that have become overly accustomed to white light. A variation in the color of light can give hunters extra time to make an accurate shot on their target when every second matters. The UV hunting lights perform well when tracking wounded game in the dark.
Hunters are a group that are passionate about their gear and hunting vehicles are no exception. Hunters often take their vehicles into unforgiving terrain and stock lighting options are often not enough to light the way. Larson Electronics offers a variety of hunting light bars that work great as extra lighting on hunting vehicles. These hunting light bars can withstand inclement weather, rapid temperature changes, and are waterproof. They are built to withstand the most demanding conditions and are sure to satisfy even the most critical hunters.
Larson Electronics believes that hunters should not have to deal with low quality and poor design choices when it comes to hunting lights. Illumination is a vital part of hunting at night and the variety of hunting lights offered by Larson Electronics go the extra mile to provide hunters with a durable and reliable hunting light that won’t let them down when the shot has to count.
At Larson Electronics, we do more than meet your lighting needs. We also provide replacement, retrofit, and upgrade parts as well as industrial grade power accessories. Our craftsmen can custom build any lighting system and/or accessories to fit the unique demands of your operation. A commitment tohonesty, quality, and dependability has made Larson Electronics a leader in the lighting and electronics business since 1973. Contact us today at 800-369-6671 or message email@example.com for more
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|04/17/17||Which Light Color Should I Use for Hunting Nocturnal Animals?|
The use of lights while hunting nocturnal animals is common practice and widespread. But exactly how luminaries are applied on the field can sometimes be confusing, due to conflicting tips among hunters in the community. For example, some individuals claim that green light is most effective for all types of animals, while others recommend using red light due to its ability to reduce spooking. [...]
|04/14/17||Li-ion Rechargeable versus SLA Batteries in Handheld Hunting Lights|
Handheld hunting devices, including rechargeable spotlights, rely on batteries for power on the field. Below highlights the difference between li-ion and sealed lead acid (SLA) batteries, as well as the applications of portable batteries in the hunting industry. [...]
|04/05/17||Importance of Red Lenses in Hunting Lights|
Red lenses are essential accessories for hunters. The application of such lights can help individuals find predatory animals lurking around the area. Compared to night vision goggles, red lenses do not change the surrounding colors of the environment, resulting in a more immersive hunting experience. [...]
|03/31/17||Benefits of Early Morning Hunting and Hunting Light Applications|
Hunting nocturnal animals is a pastime that requires the support of powerful accessories, such as a red spotlight. Having such equipment readily available greatly increases the success rate of individuals behind the scope, despite hunting in unfavorable, low visibility conditions. [...]
|02/24/17||The Science Behind Hunting Coyotes Using Red Spotlights|
Hunting nocturnal animals, such as coyotes and wild hogs, call for unique practices that expose the natural weakness of nighttime creatures. One of these practices involves the use of red spotlights to target animals that are color blind, dichromatic or have poor eyesight. The application of this technique strongly relies on the hunter’s knowledge in light manipulation and various degrees of color perception displayed by the nocturnal creatures. [...]
|02/15/17||What Role Does Green Light Play While Hunting Wild Pigs?|
In nocturnal hunting and fishing sectors, green light is widely used to attract animals and marine life. The beam, which consists of wavelengths measuring approximately 510 nm, offers moderate penetration during nighttime conditions. Some animals, such as wild pigs, deer and other varmints, have a difficult time detecting green light. [...]
|02/06/17||HID versus Halogen in Hunting Lights|
The unpredictable nature of hunting trips can be minimized using reliable luminaries. In the hunting accessories market, individuals have a range of technologies at their disposal, such as halogen and high-intensity discharge (HID) lamps. Below is a detailed comparison of both types of lights, as well as recommendations for use in hunting locations. [...]
|01/05/17||HID versus LED in Hunting Lights|
Currently, high-intensity discharge (HID) lamps and light-emitting diodes (LEDs) are robust lighting technologies that can be found in the competitive hunting sector. Both types of luminaries have a solid reputation for producing bright, powerful light beams. However, when it comes to design and light production, they differ greatly. [...]
|11/14/13||Hunting SpotLight Myths and Facts|
Few subjects are guaranteed to stir up discussion within the hunting community more than which spotlights are the best for hunting. Everything from power, to brand, to color is an area of contention, and unfortunately along with this comes a lot of misconceptions. While we certainly wouldn’t promote ourselves as the definitive voice on just what constitutes the best overall hunting spotlight, we can offer some sound facts and advice on what to look for when considering the purchase of a high gra [...]
|10/20/11||Generations of Night Vision and Infrared |
Night vision technology has grown to encompass a few distinct types of equipment, each of which has its own strengths and weaknesses. Night vision devices, or NVD’s for short, allow the human eye to see in total or near total darkness through the use two basic methods, light amplification or thermal imaging. These systems are further classed into what are considered passive and active systems, wherein a passive NVD makes use of whatever light is available, and an active system provides [...]