Larson Electronics Adds High powered LED Blasting Light

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

The Magnalight BL40-LED Blasting Light from Larson Electronics' combines advanced LED technology with rugged construction to produce a high powered LED blasting light capable of withstanding the demanding conditions found in sand, water, and media blasting operations. This IP68 rated 120 watt LED blasting light produces 7,200 lumens of intense light, is waterproof to three meters, corrosion resistant, available in spot or flood configurations, and can be operated with voltages ranging from 9 to 46 volts. An optional inline transformer allows operation with a standard 120V-277V AC current and a magnetic mounting system allows users to attach the unit to any metallic surface containing steel or iron.
 
Built to withstand operations in extreme conditions, the http://www.magnalight.com/p-48765-ul-listed-led-blasting-light--40-3-watt-leds--120vac--ip68-rated--magnetic-mount.aspx [BL40-LED Blasting Light] offers a powerful LED light beam capable of cutting through the dusty and murky conditions often encountered in blasting rooms. Dust proof and IP68 rated waterproof to three meters, this LED light contains 40, 3 watt  Edixeon® 3 Watt LED Emitters producing 7,200 lumens and can withstand exposure to sand, water, dust and high vibratory conditions without failures or loss of light output. Three 100 pound grip http://www.magnalight.com/c-320-magnetic-mount-visible-led-lights.aspx [magnetic mounts] provide secure attachment to metallic surfaces, allowing users to mount the light to walls, ceilings, equipment, and any surface that will accept a magnet. An adjustable trunnion connects the light fixture to the mounting magnets and provides nearly 360 degrees of vertical movement. Constructed of extruded aluminum with a polycarbonate lens and stainless steel hardware, this LED light is highly resistant to damage from impacts and vibrations.

Protective adhesive Mylar lens covers that can be peeled off and replaced easily are available to protect the lens faceplate and catch overspray in coating applications and reduce lens exposure to abrasives during blasting procedures. This LED blasting light http://www.magnalight.com/c-546-led-blasting-lights.aspx [LED blasting light] operates on 9 to 42 volts DC, allowing it to be directly connected to any common vehicle or equipment electrical system without additional hardware. An optional inline transformer allows the unit to be operated with 120 to 277 volts AC, providing an even greater degree of versatility and convenience. The light is also offered in a spot beam or flood beam configuration to provide either a 1200 foot long spot beam or 375 feet long by 260 feet wide flood beam. Included with this unit is 50 feet of SOOW cord, allowing plenty of length for locating the light some distance from the power source. The Edixeon® 3 Watt LED Emitters in this unit are rated at 50,000 hours, allowing this unit to operate for several years without requiring a lamp replacement. The waterproof and dust proof housing allows operators to simply wash down the unit, even with high pressure water jets, without worry of damaging the interior electronics.    
 

"This UL listed LED blasting light is ideal for all types of wet and dry type blasting environments," said Rob Bresnahan with Larson Electronics' mangnalight.com.  "We can provide removable covers specifically made for this LED blasting light that helps operators clear overspray.  Most importantly, this LED blasting light can be used with 120-277VAC or 12/24VDC power, which makes it extremely versatile and applicable to wet area use."
Larson Electronics' Magnalight.com carries an extensive inventory of LED lights, LED blasting lights, LED spotlights and 12/24 volt LED lights.

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