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SOURCE: Larson Electronics Magnalight.com
Larson Electronics Magnalight announced the release of the WAL-TSL-300W-LED LED tower security light. Modeled after the successful metal halide light series, the LED version of this amiable security light features ‘instant on’ and hot restrike capabilities.
Kemp, TX (PRWEB) March 20, 2013
Larson Electronics released the long awaited WAL-TSL-300W-LED LED tower security light. Designed to deliver all the power of its 1500 watt metal halide sibling, this 300 watt LED security light continues to offer the operator the ability to easily pan and tilt the light beam as needed. The light is mounted to the top of a wall or tower deck and operators in prisons or military installations can use the light to identify issues up to 1000 feet away. While the metal halide models had to ‘warm up’, these LED lights are on immediately when the light is energized. Until now, only high wattage incandescent turned on instantly, however, those bulbs get very hot and require constant replacement. The WAL-TSL-300W-LED tower security light is a modern alternative that produces light that exceeds the output of metal halide in distance, color correctness, intensity and longevity.
“We have missed out on opportunities in the past to help security customers with elevated security lighting, because we couldn’t deliver an instant on capability,” said Rob Bresnahan with LarsonElectronics’ Magnalight.com. “We have taken one of our most powerful LED lights and integrated it into our tower security light form factor, which should meet the needs of prisons and other elevated security application customers.”
Larson Electronics produces a wide range of high powered LED lighting for permanent and portable applications. You can learn more at Magnalight.com or contact 1-800-369-6671 (1-903-498-3363 international) or email sales(at)magnalight(dot)com.
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