New LED highly rugged equipment light
A new LED equipment light carrying MilSpec compliance and providing high output in a rugged yet compact design has been introduced by Larson Electronics. The 1830L LED light is designed for use under demanding conditions and features 5,400 lumens of light output and a rugged aluminum housing rated to three meters of underwater submersion.
The 1830L LED Light is an extreme duty unit designed to provide high output and excellent durability under the most demanding operating conditions. Featuring Seoul Z-Power LEDs, a tough cast aluminum housing and stainless steel mounting hardware, this LED equipment light withstands extremes operation, weather and temperatures other lights can’t while maintaining powerful and effective light output.
This LED light produces 5,400 lumens of light output and can throw a beam 675 feet in length in spotlight configuration or produce a beam 270 foot long by 240 foot wide when ordered in floodlight configuration.
This light is compact in size, making it ideal for mounting to heavy equipment, armored vehicles, trucks, transports and just about any vehicle requiring an added source of reliable high power illumination. A simple stud and trunnion mount allows easy installation anywhere a 3/8 inch hole can be drilled and the adjustable trunnion provides easy adjustment for ideal beam direction.
This fixture is IP68 rated waterproof to three meters of submersion, can withstand temperatures of -40 degrees Celsius to 80 degrees Celsius.
“This light can run on any voltage ranging from 9 to 48 volts and provides a rugged lighting solution,” said Robert Bresnahan with Larson Electronics. “It is ideal for use in professional and military applications as well as marine and commercial environments.”
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