Larson Electronics 18 watt LED spotlight

Larson Electronics has announced the release of a new 18 watt magnetically mounted LED spotlight constructed for industrial use and approved for outdoor environments.

LED spotlightThe MLBLT-18W-LED-25 industrial LED spotlight from Larson Electronics is designed to provide a high output and ruggedly durable lighting solution for applications where corrosion resistance and waterproof lighting is required. This powerful LED spotlight produces 1,530 lumens of light, operates on 120 to 277 volts AC, and features an adjustable trunnion bracket mounted to a 100 pound grip magnet and 25’ of power cable.

The 25’ of SOOW cord is fitted with an optional industrial grade cord cap for easy connection to common wall outlets. In addition to the powerful 100 pound grip magnetic base, this light features a unique dual bracket design that allows the operator to guide the light through a full range of vertical and horizontal movement. The housing on this unit is constructed of precision machined aluminum for excellent strength and durability, is powder coated for corrosion resistance, and has an IP65 rating for ingress protection against direct exposure to water jets from all directions. This LED light is equipped with an impact resistant polycarbonate lens for increased safety compared to glass lenses. This 18 watt industrial LED light is offered in a focused 25° spot beam for distance or a 60° flood beam for a diffused wide angle beam. This light provides a cool white light output with a color temperature of 5000K and a color rendering index of 85 for maximum illumination. This light is ideal for indoor and outdoor applications and industrial operations where wet conditions are commonly encountered.

“This unit is an ideal work light for utility work and hunting, as well as industrial, military, and security applications,” said Rob Bresnahan with “Equipped with a magnetic base and a dual bracket design, this light can be attached to any metallic surface and adjusted to focus the light where ever needed to provide optimum output.”