Law Enforcement

Quadpod-Mounted LED Light

Larson Electronics

March 12, 2015 - Products

Larson's 400-watt quadpod-mounted work light provides operators with an ideal lighting solution that features a quadpod with solid wheels for portability and a single 400-watt LED light head.

The WAL-LQP-400LTL-LED provides approximately 20,000 square feet of work area coverage with 52,000 lumens of light. The light fixture is IP67 rated waterproof and offers increased durability, longer lamp life, and low power consumption. This portable light tower has a removable light head assembly mounted on top of a four-legged aluminum quadpod equipped with wheels for easy positioning from one work space to another.

This adjustable and collapsible quadpod can be extended to 9 feet and collapsed to 5-1/2 feet. The light assembly on this unit can be removed by releasing the hand knob and sliding the light and mounting bracket off of the center support while the legs can be collapsed, aiding in deployment, storage and transportation.

The light is designed for inclement conditions and overall longevity in difficult construction environments with heavy duty aluminum construction and stainless steel hardware for maximum durability. Larson includes 100 feet of SOOW cord, which provides ample length for tower placement and optimal coverage of the workspace, according to the company.

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