Larson Electronics Announces the Release of a New LED Drop Light|
Industrial Lighting specialists Larson Electronics
announced the release of a new 14 watt LED drop light. These drop
suitable for civilian and military shelters, general maintenance,
aircraft interiors, emergency shelters and ship yards.
The LED lamp in the FTL-3-LED-25
offers much longer lamp life, cooler operation, higher durability and
light quality than incandescent drop lights. Constructed to be
weather proof and impact resistant, this LED drop light sacrifices no
output or quality to obtain these features. The drop light is shock
making it durable enough to withstand drops, falls and rough handling.
with a 50,000 hour LED T8 lamp, this LED drop light is designed to
cooler operating temperatures than conventional incandescent and
lights to reduce the chance of fire and burns.
The FTL-3-LED-25 is equipped with a LEDT8-24-V1 T8
Larson Electronics, which produces 1277 lumens of light and requires no
to operate. The polycarbonate lens in the bulb diffuses the light and
this bulb ideal for food safe environments as there is no glass. The
housing serves as a heat sink and provides rigidity and strength for
bulb. The handle and the end of this task light are finished with a
These multi-voltage LED bulbs run directly off any
ranging from 110 volts to 277 volts. It is equipped with 25 feet of
making this drop light versatile and provides the operator with plenty
length for moving the light around the work space. This drop light
standard with a drop hook that allows the operator to conveniently hang
unit overhead anywhere illumination is needed.
“Our new drop light is light weight and very
Bresnahan with Larsonelectronics.com said. “We have equipped it with a
hook for convenience and hands free operation.”
Larson Electronics carries an extensive line of
LED work lights, light towers, portable work lights and industrial
area lights. You can view Larson Electronics’ entire lighting inventory
visiting them on the web at www.larsonelectronics.com.
You can also call 1-800-369-6671 to learn more or call 1-903-498-3363