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Larson Electronics Releases New 18-hour Marine Rated Outdoor Emergency LED Light

Date: 2017-05-11
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Larson Electronics LLC, a leading industrial lighting company, announced its release of a new marine rated outdoor emergency LED light to be added to its catalog of products this week. This outdoor emergency light is designed to offer powerful illumination during critical operations in outdoor environments, including emergency services, military, industry, and the like.

This 18 hour marine rated outdoor emergency LED light (GAU-EMG-18H-1L-LED) features an impact and shock resistant no-glass T8 LED lamp with a 35aH battery for up to 18 hours of support when an electrical source is not readily available. Operators may hardwire to this LED light via a 3/4" NPT hub. The enclosure is NEMA 3 rated for weatherproof protection and comes with a security lock and key. This emergency light is designed to withstand the challenges and rigors of wet environments and harsh conditions, including extreme temperature changes. With a tough polycarbonate lens, this compact IP66 rated LED light can withstand high pressure jets in wash-down areas, such as those found in food preparation and sanitation operations.

"With most emergency lights, runtime only lasts about 90 minutes without an available power source,"said Rob Bresnahan, CEO of Larson Electronics LLC."Our marine rated outdoor emergency LED lights provide operators 18 hours of runtime in the event of an emergency, making it perfect for use on marine vessels."

- Product Profiles/ (via Larson Electronics, 5/11/17)


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