Larson Electronics High Powered Magnetic Mounted Spotlights to Be Featured in an Upcoming Episode of CBS’ “Person of Interest”

Industrial lighting equipment leader Larson Electronics has experienced significant expansion into the film entertainment industry. Movie Time Cars, a popular production company in New Jersey, has chosen Larson Electronics’ ML-4 magnetic mount spotlights to appear in an upcoming episode of “Person of Interest”.

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Larson Electronics High Powered Magnetic Mounted Spotlights to be featured in an upcoming episode of CBS’ “Person of Interest”

We take great pride in bringing the latest advanced technology to the filming industry as well as the average customer.

Kemp, Texas (PRWEB) March 10, 2014

The ML-4 from Larson Electronics is a 12 million candlepower spotlight that enables the operator to control the position of the light beam and place the light securely at any angle on a metallic surface. The 80 watt sealed beam light projects 2,750 LUX at 25 feet and reaches distances of 750 feet. The sealed lamp in this unit contains a two part filament and has some IR reduction coatings that maximize the visible light output while increasing overall lamp life. This unit features a halogen infrared reflective (HIR) bulb. The specially designed halogen capsule of HIR lamps features a multi-layered thin film coating that allows visible light to pass through while reflecting infrared energy back to the filament. The reflected energy helps keep the filament within this spotlight at its optimum. The life of the lamp is rated at 450 hours and is the brightest spotlight at its optimum.

This magnetic spotlight enables the operator to control the rotation and elevation of the light beam. As an ideal searchlight configuration, the operator positions the beam by changing the angle of the lamp. These lights will hold their position once the operator positions the beam. The operator can adjust the tension bolts to increase or lessen the holding hinge depending on the amount of vibration in the environment. Interlocking aluminum and stainless steel u-brackets secure the elevation of the light beam once positioned. These lights are designed to operate on 12 volts DC and are offered with a few options for supplying the power.

“While most products that you see on television or in movies are too good to be true, Larson Electronics strives to produce quality products that perform just as well as the ones displayed on the big screen and on your home TV,” Rob Bresnahan with Larson Electronics said. “We take great pride in bringing the latest advanced technology to the filming industry as well as the average customer.”

Larson Electronics manufactures and distributes a full line of industrial and military grade LED lights and infrared and ultraviolet LED lighting equipment. Larson Electronics has also expanded by adding film and entertainment lighting categories to better serve the entertainment industries. To learn more about Larson Electronics lighting equipment, visit their website at http://www.larsonelectronics.com or contact them at 1-800-369-6671 or 1-214-616-6180 for international inquiries.