LED Strobe Lights
LED strobe lights from Larson Electronics offer operators several benefits over their traditional strobe bulb counterparts. LED strobe lights offer intense brightness and strobing capabilities while drawing a very low amount of current. LED strobe lights also boast impressive service life spans of 100,000+ hours. The LED strobe lights offered by Larson Electronics come with a variety of features. Every LED strobe light sold by Larson Electronics is built for durability, toughness, reliability, and high visibility. These LED strobe lights are available in different mounting options, colors, power sources, and housing designs to satisfy many different applications, environments, and tasks. With LED strobe lights that include 12V, 24V, battery operated, solar, work area, and explosion proof versions, Larson Electronics is sure to have the perfect light to fit any need or requirement.
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 information about our custom options tailored to meet your specific industry needs.
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|09/12/17||Roadside Lighting Systems and DOT Recommendations for Work Zone Illumination|
To prevent delays and traffic during peak periods, projects that are facilitated in work zones are typically conducted at night. As a result, rugged luminaries are needed to keep the area lit up, allowing operators to perform their jobs properly and providing drivers plenty of time to detect, react to and avoid the busy work site. [...]
|03/14/17||Measuring Light in Colors Other Than White|
Lighting manufacturers have several tools at their disposal for measuring light in colored fixtures. Such devices capture specific wavelengths or bands within the visible electromagnetic spectrum that colored lights emit during output. For example, when viewed using a spectrometer, an LED light with a high color temperature rating appears to generate generous amounts of blue and yellow wavelengths. [...]
|03/10/17||Thermal Conductive Plastics for LED Applications|
Light emitting diodes (LEDs) are extremely efficient in mitigating heat during operation. However, with manufacturers pushing the limits of LEDs, traditional methods for heat dissipation may not be enough to keep the fixtures going, especially for businesses with complex lighting requirements. [...]
|02/10/17||Lighting Applications- Cool White vs Warm White|
Color temperature ratings can be used to accentuate various characteristics of an environment. The practice was discovered in 1880s by William Kelvin, a British physicist. The researcher experimented with different color temperatures using a block of carbon that was heated at different settings. These days, Kelvin’s findings are being applied to improve and fine-tune lighting conditions in rooms and buildings. [...]