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Larson Electronics releases 120W LED Boat Light Emitter, 40 LEDs, 9-24V DC, Spot/Flood Combo

by Larson Electronics LLC 15 Jul 01:05 UTC
Larson Electronics 120-watt LED boat light emitter featuring a spot/flood combination © Larson Electronics LLC

Larson Electronics, a Texas-based company with over 40 years of experience spearheading the industrial lighting and equipment sectors, announced the release of a 120-watt LED boat light emitter featuring a spot/flood combination and a trunnion mounting system that provides 270° of adjustability. This lightbar is waterproof up to three meters and IP68 rated. The LEDs in this light fixture produce 7,200 lumens of light while drawing on only 120 watts.

The LEDLB-40ET-SF LED boat light emitter can run on any voltage from 9 to 42 volts and features separate power supply connections that allow operators to change from spot to flood beam configurations with a three-way toggle switch. This unit produces 7,200 lumens while drawing on only 120 watts of power at 10 amps from a 12-volt electrical system. The light beam produced by this unit stretches 1,250 feet long by 200 feet wide. This unit features a trunnion style mounting design allowing for post-installation angle positioning.

Larson Electronics' LED light emitter features 40 Edison Edixeon emitters containing Cree EZBright 3-watt LEDs producing 180 lumens each and are paired with high purity optics giving off a 10° spot beam and an optional 35° flood beam. The top 20 LEDs are spot and the bottom 20 LEDs are flood. This unit can withstand rapid temperature changes of -40°C to 85°C and features housings made of thick extruded aluminum with unbreakable polycarbonate lenses. Suitable applications include marine environments, heavy equipment illumination, machine vision lighting, and more.

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