The Larson Electronics.com LED emitter light bar uses a patent pending LED and reflector combination to provide a high powered, projected light source for vehicles, heavy equipment and security applications. Each LED is combined with its own reflector. The material composition and angle of the reflector, paired with the positioning and angle of the LED create a wide spot beam, which is unusual for a LED array, which typically produce short flood patterns. This 24 LED light produces a more focused, directed beam.
Each light bar is manufactured with an extruded aluminum housing, machined aluminum mounts and stainless steel hardware for strength, durability and weather resistance. These LED Light Emitters come standard with aluminum supports with rubber shock isolators. The adjustable, shock insulated mounts are attached to a simple u-bracket type mount. The LED light can be mounted via a single 3/8 bolt at the center of the bracket that can be passed through a hole in the mounting surface or bracket.
Our optional BC-2 bar clamp mount offers a 3/8 inch center hole to accommodate this mounting option as well. We offer the BC-2 bar clamp mount for more versatile mounting options on horizontal and vertical rails, pipes, conduit, etc. Click here to learn more about our BC-2 bar clamp mount system.
This LED light emitter bar is unique because of the patent pending technology that pairs a reflector with each LED. Typically LEDs are mounted against a surface and "glow". This glow is often effective at close range, but the light energy drops off rapidly. By pairing each LED with a reflector, the emitted light energy is concentrated and projected outward, so that the "drop off" in light energy does not occur until much greater distances. Like all reflector technology, the amount of light energy projected is directly related to the shape and material of the reflector, as well as the thickness and composition of the lens. Because this LED light bar clusters the LED/reflectors together, the light pattern is both wide and long. This LED light bar emitter produces a wide spot pattern (or a modified spot pattern) which falls in between a narrow spot and a flood pattern. This particular 24 LED model produces a beam that is 500 feet long and 100 feet wide.