Larson Electronics Releases 72 Watt LED Flood Light with Magnetic Mount Pedestal Base

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Larson Electronics has announced today the release of a powerful and efficient pedestal work light that produces more light from less power than traditional incandescent pedestal lights while providing added versatility with magnetic mounting capabilities. The WAL-M-LED72-120 LED Work Light combines the power and portability of a pedestal mount LED work light with the versatility of magnetic mounting to produce an excellent work light that can serve in a wide range of applications with across the board effectiveness.

72 Watt LED Work Light with 3-Leg Magnetic Base Mount

72 Watt LED Work Light with 3-Leg Magnetic Base Mount

This light weight LED work light provides operators with 72 watts of intense illumination.

The WAL-M-LED72-120 LED work light from Larson Electronics is a compact and highly versatile lighting solution that produces 4,320 lumens of brilliant illumination in a wide flood pattern from only 72 watts of power use. This LED work light features an extremely durable LED lamp mated to a three leg aluminum pedestal mount fitted with three magnetic pads. The LED lamp on this unit is a high output design that produces over four times as much light output as a 100 watt incandescent lamp while using only three quarters as many watts. This lamp runs far cooler as well, and is waterproof and highly resistant to the effects of impacts or dropping, making it ideal for high stress locations such as industrial work places. With this LED work light, there are no worries with accidental burns or bulb breakage or shattering should the lamp be dropped or knocked over. As well as high power, this lamp also provides versatile operation as well. The heavy duty aluminum pedestal mount acts like any typical pedestal light. Workers can simply set the lamp down on a flat surface and power it on to provide instant and powerful illumination. However, three 200lbs grip magnetic pads mounted to each leg also allows operators to attach this light to metal surfaces such as tank ceilings or wall, effectively letting the light be used as an overhead or hands free area light in places where simply setting the light down is impractical. The three magnetic pads provide a total of 600lbs of magnetic gripping force, ensuring the system will hold its position even when mounted to equipment or machinery where heavy vibration or movement may be present. Larson Electronics has also fitted these powerful work lights with a waterproof transformer that allows the lamp to be used with standard 110-277 VAC current. The LED lamp on this work light operates natively with 12 or 24 volt DC current, meaning operators can disconnect the transformer and run the light directly from vehicle or equipment batteries if desired, but for most applications the light can be simply plugged into a standard wall outlet as well. This LED work light is a highly versatile system that provides a portable and powerful source of illumination suitable for a wide variety of applications including utilities work, industrial operations, tank or container servicing, emergency services, and just about anywhere operators need effective illumination in an easily deployed design.

“This light weight LED work light provides operators with 72 watts of intense illumination,” said Robert Bresnahan of Larson Electronics “The three leg design provides great stability when floor mounted, while the magnetic bases and adjustable LED light head makes the WAL-M-LED72-120 a versatile work area light fixture. “

Larson Electronics is a leading manufacturer and distributor of industrial grade electrical equipment and carries an extensive line of LED lights, portable work lights, explosion proof lights, portable hand lamps, and industrial grade light towers. You can view Larson Electronics’ entire line of heavy duty lighting by visiting their website at Larson Electronics can be reached directly by calling 1-800-369-6671 or 1-214-616-6180 for international inquiries.

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