Larson Electronics announced the release of a mini LED light tower featuring four 500 watt LED lamp heads, a 9,000 watt generator for operation, and an adjustable tower built on a wheeled frame for portability.
The WAL-ML-30-9-4X500LTL-LED-9G mini LED light tower from Larson Electronics is an ideal solution for operators who need a fully portable yet easy to operate light system capable of illuminating large areas. Equipped with a heavy duty adjustable tower, a 9,000 watt generator, and four 500 watt high output LED lamps, this mini tower provides operators with an easily deployed lighting system that can provide illumination for up to eight hours on a single tank of gas. This portable lighting system is designed for standalone operation and high mobility while providing enough output to illuminate approximately 175,000 square feet of area effectively. The tower is constructed of heavy gauge steel for durability, and a tough powder coat finish provides protection against rust and corrosion.
In each light assembly, 54 Bridgelux high output LEDs producing 1,000 lumens each are arranged in rows and paired with high purity optics to produce a well-focused 25 degree wide spot beam that is ideal for providing far reaching concentrated illumination while still covering a substantial amount of area. This adjustable and collapsible tower can be extended to 12 feet, collapsed to seven feet, and includes four wheel s that allow the operator to simply roll the entire assembly to a new location when fully deployed. A single hand crank winch allows operators to easily raise or lower the tower as needed, and a removable lamp mounting platform allows operators to remove the lights for storage and transporting.
“This new mini light tower combines easy portability with a stand-alone power source to provide operators with a very dependable and easy to maneuver source of light for large areas,” said Rob Bresnahan, CEO of Larson Electronics. “The wheeled base with a built-in swivel handle allows operators to move this tower from one side of a work space to another with ease.”