Larson Electronics Releases New LED Spotlight Light

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Larson Electronics Magnalight Announces Release of Military LED Spotlight Light with Magnetic Base
 
Larson Electronics' Magnalight.com has announced the release of the HML-5M-LED Handheld LED Spotlight with magnetic base designed to provide reliable and powerful illumination under tactical and professional conditions. Producing 3,600 lumens and pulling only 1.6 amps on 24 volts, this handheld LED spotlight is based on Magnalight's proven HML series of military spotlights that have seen use in Iraq and Afghanistan as a part of the Military's Escalation of Force Kits. Operating on any voltage from 9 to 32VDC, this LED spotlight produces a 1600' long by 120 feet wide beam and will withstand operation under highly demanding conditions.


The Magnalight HML-5M-LED Handheld LED Spotlight offers operators in military, law enforcement and professional utility and emergency services a powerful and efficient alternative to traditional halogen and HID equipped spotlights. Equipped with Magnalight's waterproof PAR46 solid state LED bulb, this LED spotlight light produces more light while consuming less power. This means longer run times when operated from vehicle and equipment electrical systems without draining batteries. The rugged  weatherproof and UV resistant housing and LED lamp in this unit provides excellent durability and reliability while a 100 lbs grip magnetic base provides simple and secure mounting to metal surfaces. A polypropylene handle and heavy gauge steel handle bracket provides easy positioning of the light. This LED spotlight is also available in blue, green, amber and red colors as well as 850nm and 940 nm 12 watt infrared versions for use in covert operations in conjunction with night vision equipment. A variety of power connections are available including 16 and 25 foot straight cords with cigarette plug, 21 foot straight cord with battery clamps, 16 foot straight cord with battery ring terminals and 16 foot coil cord with cigarette plug. With a housing made in the USA and an LED lamp that is Made in the USA compliant, the HML-5M-LED Handheld LED Spotlight produces more light of a higher quality than comparable halogen spotlights, while providing unmatched durability and efficiency.
 

We have taken our classic Escalation of Force Kit gunner's light with magnetic base and equipped it with a 40 watt LED light," said Rob Bresnahan with Larson Electronics' magnalight.com.  "The result is a highly durable, proven handheld magnetic light that can work on voltages ranging from 9VDC to 42VDC and does not require bulb replacement for at least 50,000 hours.  With much lower amp draw, this light produces more range and coverage than our standard 24V 70 watt bulb or our 12V 100W bulb configuration."

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