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Larson Electronics 5 Foot LED Task Light

Larson Electronics has announced the release of an LED droplight constructed to be completely impact and weather resistant.

The FTL-5-LED-ILC-25 LED drop light from Larson Electronics is ideal in practically any environment including general maintenance, construction, aircraft interior, emergency shelter, long narrow pathways, and shipyards.

The LED lamp in these drop lights offer much longer lamp life, cooler operation, higher durability, and better light quality than incandescent drop lights. This LED task light is shock resistant and is durable enough to withstand drops, falls, and rough handling.

This LED drop light is equipped with an LEDT8-28W-V1 T8 bulb that produces 3,500 lumens of light and requires no ballast to operate. The lightly frosted lens diffuses the light and makes this task light ideal for food safe environments as there is no glass.

The aluminum housing serves as a heat sink and provides rigidity and strength for LED lamp. This multi-voltage LED drop light runs directly off any voltage ranging from 120 volts to 277 volts.

It is equipped with 25 feet of cable, making this drop light versatile and provides the operator with plenty of length for moving the light around the work space. Further adding to the versatility of this task light, the 25’ cord is terminated in an optional cord cap to allow connection to corresponding outlets.

This drop light comes standard with a set of drop hooks that allow the operator to conveniently hang the unit overhead anywhere illumination is needed. Each light is equipped with a 5’ whip terminated in a female connector to allow end-to-end connections.

“These LED lights are ideal for temporary illumination where daisy chain setups are preferred,” said Rob Bresnahan with Larsonelectronics.com. “This drop light is equipped with our LED T8 bulb that has a 50,000 hour life expectancy and operates at much cooler temperatures than conventional incandescent drop lights.”

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