MN100: Larson Electronics LLC
Since 1973 Larson Electronics has manufactured industrial lighting and power distribution products. On LarsonElectronics.com we offer a wide range of products including explosion proof lighting, portable hazardous location lighting, high powered LED lights, hand held 12/24 Volt lighting, light towers and portable power distribution panels with large KVA transformers. Our products are used by manufacturing facilities, refineries, military bases, paint spray booths, oilfield operations, shipyards and food processing plants around the world.
New Light Tower from Larson Electronics
Industrial grade lighting equipment specialist Larson Electronics has released a mini tower fastened to a powder coated wheeled base, offering full portability for the mounted equipment. The WAL-XML-12-4.5-WC portable mini tower from Larson Electronics is suited for operators needing a portable, easy to operate system for elevating lights, cameras and other electrical equipment to heights of 12 feet. The base of the tower features four wheels for easy mobility and four outriggers to assist in stability.
Larson Electronics Debuts Multi-colored Explosion Proof Signal Light with horn
Larson Electronics released a new multi-colored hazardous location LED signal light with a 110dBA audible horn. The HAL-TL-5X10W-C-PA from Larson Electronics is a Class 1 Division 2 hazardous location LED signal stack light equipped with an audible horn and approved for use in hazardous environments where explosive and flammable gases, vapors, and dusts may occasionally be present. This hazardous location stack light is designed for routing traffic in industrial refueling stations and processing status indications in manufacturing facilities.
New Permanent Mount LED Deck Light
Industrial lighting specialist Larson Electronics announced the release of a 30 watt LED deck light equipped with a 360° spindle that allows for complete rotation while being permanently mounted. The DL-APB-LED-30W permanent mount LED deck light from Larson Electronics provides operators with a high powered lighting solution in applications where a low voltage light is preferred. The 30 watt PAR46 LED light emitter in this unit is highly resistant to damage from shocks and vibration as well as up to 80 percent more efficient than incandescent lights.
Magnalight Adds to Lineup
Magnalight.com Announces Release of Class 1 Division 2 LED Light to Their Hazardous Location Lighting Lineup. Magnalight.com by Larson Electronics has announced the release of a high power, hazardous location approved, LED light fixture capable of replacing 400 watt metal halide units. Designed for use in demanding industrial, commercial, and marine environments, the HAL-PRM-150W-LED incorporates the latest in Cree led design and offers the high efficiency, high power and long life of LEDs in an IP65 rated fixture.
Larson Electronics Releases New LED Spotlight Light
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…
Larson Electronics' Magnalight.com Adds Explosion Proof LED Light
Larson Electronics' Magnalight.com Announces Addition of Explosion Proof LED Manhole Entryway Light. Magnalight.com announced today the release of an innovative manhole mounted light fixture to its explosion proof lighting inventory. The Magnalight MMLP-1MLED Temporary Manhole Mount Light Fixture is approved for use in enclosed spaces and produces 10,000 lumens of light in a wide flood pattern, making it ideal for illuminating large areas. A 16 inch LED light head attached to…
Larson Introduces New LED
Larson Electronics’ Magnalight.com has announced the addition of the EXP-LED-RL-FX5R explosion proof rechargeable LED handheld light to its extensive line of portable explosion proof lighting solutions. This explosion proof LED lantern produces 135 lumens of bright light and offers 5 different operating modes as well as U.L. and ATEX explosion proof compliance for hazardous locations. The EXP-LED-RL-FX5R is Class 1 Division 1 certified and an ideal portable work or inspection light for operators in hazardous locations where flammable gases, vapors and chemicals are present.
Larson Electronics Adds High powered LED Blasting Light
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.
Larson Electronics’ Magnalight Announces New Handheld LED Spotlight
Larson Electronics’ Magnalight.com announced today the addition of the HL-7LED-3C Handheld LED Control to its line of LED spotlights. This handheld LED spotlight light with an ergonomically designed solid plastic handle produces 1,596 lumens and uses specially designed LED reflectors to produce a light beam 650' long by 50' wide. Drawing only 24 watts of power @1.7 amps, this LED spotlight provides a highly effective alternative to traditional incandescent handheld spotlights that drain batteries at a rapid rate.
Larson Electronics Magnalight.com Creates 7 Watt LED Light
Larson Electronics Magnalight.com has developed a 7 watt LED work light with factory integrated cord reel, intended for installation within a hazardous workplace. Producing 760 lumens of light, the EHL-LED-7W-50-HR LED drop light with cord reel operates in an approved Class 1 Division 1 & 2 and Class II Division 1 & 2 unit. Designed for ease of use, strong output and long life, this LED drop light can be permanently installed within the work area. The LED design of this work lamp operates with 110, 115, or 120 VAC.
Magnalights Issues New LED Light Emitter
Magnalights has developed the new LEDP10W-1R LED light emitter. Using only 10 watts of power at less than 1 amp, this single LED emitter produces 860 lumens of light -- the output of 60 watt halogen lamps. Measuring only 2 inches in diameter, this unit uses Pulse Width Modulation circuitry to control heat and can be mounted in spaces too small for larger lamps producing less light. Designed to be compatible with a wide range of voltages and waterproof to three meters, this LED emitter is ideal for smaller boats where mounting space and power is limited. Larson Electronics’ Magnalight.com carries a full inventory of LED light bars, LED boat lights, LED spotlights and marine lighting equipment. View Magnalights’ full line of lighting equipment by visiting Magnalight.com.
Larson Debuts New LED Light
The Magnalight BL70-LED Magnetic Mount Blasting Light from Larson Electronics' uses LED technology and heavy duty materials and design to provide operators with an LED blasting light that can provide excellent illumination while resisting the damaging effects of operation in media blasting applications. This LED blasting light produces 6,020 lumens and comes with an inline transformer that allows operation with standard 120V-277V AC current. These units can also run on 9 to 46 Volts DC without the transformer…
New Explosion Proof LED Light Fixture
Industrial lighting company Larson Electronics has released a 70 watt explosion proof LED light fixture mounted on an adjustable beam clamp to simplify mounting on existing beams. The new EPL-LP-70W-LED-HDBC-20-EPP beam clamp mounted LED fixture is weatherproof and comes with an adjustable aluminum mount that makes it suitable for industrial applications, maintenance, cleaning and servicing duties, as well as large hazardous work areas. This unit contains a 70 watt LED lamp that produces 6,000 lumens of light capable of illuminating an area of 5,000 square feet.
New Series of Portable Solar Power Battery Packs
Larson Electronics, a manufacturer and supplier of industrial grade lighting solutions, said it has released a new series of portable battery packs powered with lithium-ion batteries that offer multiple charging capabilities. These battery packs are powered by lithium ion batteries with a Samsung ICR18650-3.7V-2600mAh cell. These units are designed for off-grid use in remote locations with solar panel compatibility (Escape 30, Boulder 15, Nomad 27, and Nomad 13). These solar units are available in a 300 watt rated output, a 2,000 watt rated output, and a 500 watt rated output.
Magnalight Introduces Quartz Halogen Work Area Light
Larson Electronics’ Magnalight.com has announced the addition of a heavy duty quad-pod mounted work area light, designed for portability and reliable operation in demanding work environments. The WAL-QP-2X-25 portable light tower features dual quartz halogen lamps, rugged steel construction, height adjustability, and multiple power configuration options for use with normal standard voltages, as well as 12 and 24 volt DC power sources. Designed to withstand rugged use in demanding work environments, this portable work area light tower is constructed of heavy duty steel and equipped with dual quartz halogen lamps. This work area light is designed to provide portability with an adjustable mast that can be raised to 14 feet and lowered to 7 feet…
Larson Appointed General Counsel of FMC
Chairman Steven R. Blust announced the appointment of Amy W. Larson as the General Counsel of the Federal Maritime Commission effective January 11, 2004. Mrs. Larson is currently an attorney in the agency's Office of the General Counsel. Mrs. Larson is originally from Milton, Mass., and is a graduate of Wheaton College in Norton, Mass., and Columbus School of Law, Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C. Prior to coming to the Commission, Mrs. Larson had maritime industry experience with a major NVO/freight forwarder. Mrs. Larson joined the Commission in 1993 as an attorney in the Office of the Secretary, with primary responsibility as a Special Dockets Officer, and in 1996, she began working in the Office of the General Counsel. Since joining the agency, Mrs.
Beijer Electronics Unveils X2 Extreme Panels
Beijer Electronics has rolled out its new X2 extreme family of rugged HMIs for tough environments. X2 extreme panels are certified by all major classification societies. Designed to perform in rugged environments and in hazardous areas where gases, vapors and dust are present. Extended environmental capabilities include operating temperatures from -30°C to +70°C, high vibrations and high-pressure wash-downs. X2 extreme panels are available in 7, 12 and 15 inches, all in three versions: Standard versions, high-performance versions and fully sealed high-performance versions.
Larson Debuts Escape Line of Pontoon Boats
Larson Boat Group (LBG) launched a new line of pontoon boats, Escape by Larson. "As an industry leader and market innovator for more than 100-years, we knew that for our next 100-years it was time to change what a pontoon boat has originally been thought of – two round cylinders on a flat deck and some seating with an outboard engine," said Rob Parmentier President and CEO of Larson Boat Group. The difference starts at the "toons." Traditional pontoons have round toons, that plow through the water. The Larson Escape "toons" plane through the water. This is accomplished by the exclusive TTT (tapered tube technology) pontoons. Constructed of heavy duty…
Patrol Ships, Naval Academy Conduct Boarding Training
A Visit, Board, Search and Seizure (VBSS) Sailor assigned to coastal patrol ship USS Hurricane (PC 3) conducts an initial security sweep aboard Yard Patrol Craft 681 (YP 681) while his shipmates board the vessel. YP 681 acted as a non-compliant vessel as part of Hurricane's Advanced Phase Training Exercise, designed to prepare the crew for upcoming deployments. U.S. Sailors and assets from the U.S. Naval Academy provided a unique training opportunity Jan. 10 and 17 for the crews of USS Thunderbolt (PC 12) and USS Hurricane (PC 3) in the Chesapeake Bay. The exercises were part of Thunderbolt and Hurricane's theater-tailored Advanced Phase Training Exercise, designed to prepare the crews for upcoming deployments.
L&T to Invest in Shipbuilding Venture
Larson and Turbo (L&T) will invest in a new greenfield shipbuilding venture, reports Business Line. The company is considering sites at the coastline of Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Gujarat for erecting the shipbuilding unit. L&T has a shipbuilding yard at Hazira, in Gujarat, but due to the little scope for expansion, the company is looking for other locations. It requires about 1,000 acres along the coastline. Source: Moneysource
Fireboy-Xintex Brings New Tech to IBEX
Fireboy-Xintex said it will exhibit its latest technology developments at The International BoatBuilders’ Exhibition and Conference (IBEX), including newly released carbon monoxide alarm system as well as a new series of fire suppression systems. At IBEX, to be held October 4-6, 2016 at the Tampa Convention Center, Fireboy-Xintex is releasing its new CMD5-M Carbon Monoxide Alarm, which features an electrochemical sensor, compact design and a version that requires no external power to be fully functional.
National Waterways Alliance Meets with CEQ
A diverse group of 30 members of the National Waterways Alliance – representing all segments of the water resources community nationwide – met with the Council on Environmental Quality to discuss the proposed revisions to the Principles and Standards governing the planning and development of water resources projects. Recognizing that reliable, well maintained water resources infrastructure is critical to our nation’s economic vitality and environmental well-being, the Alliance sought to offer constructive suggestions to the proposal to ensure a viable, long-term planning mechanism. Highlights of the session included a presentation by Dr.