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Portable LED String Lights

March 13, 2015 - Products

Larson Electronics

Larson Electronics' 300-watt LED lighting system is a cart-mounted temporary LED work light with 30 high-output LED lamps that produce a combined 31,500 lumens.

The WAL-RPS-WBC-2XSL10.5-LED is a string light system is powered by a 140 amp-hour rechargeable battery bank mounted within a wheelbarrow-style cart. Each globe is equipped with a 10-watt high output LED bulb producing 1,050 lumens and delivers more light output than a 100-watt incandescent bulb.

Each light screws into a molded E26 lamp socket and the bulb is enclosed in a bird cage-style plastic guard. This portable work light is comprised of two sets of stringers of 10 hand lamps and five hand lamps. Each string light consists of industrial grade LED lamps with 10 feet of 12/3 SJTW cable between each unit.

The string lights are powered by outlets on a rechargeable cart. The portable battery bank wheelbarrow cart allows the operator to pick up the unit and roll the entire assembly to a new location. The internal battery bank allows this system to be used as a source of emergency lighting during power outages or in remote locations without primary power sources readily available. This lighting system will run uninterrupted for 2.5 hours; nearly double the 90 minute minimum required by OSHA for emergency lighting.

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