Larson Electronics has released a portable infrared LED light tower with six LEDs mounted on a quadpod capable of reaching heights between seven and 12 feet. The unit is powered by a rechargeable battery with a 12-hour runtime when fully charged.
The four LEDs at the top of the tower emit light in a flood beam configuration while the two LEDs on the bottom emit a spotlight configuration capable of reaching 1,000 feet. The LEDs are waterproof up to three meters and resists dust, dirt, and humidity. Its housings are made from extruded aluminum and the lenses are unbreakable polycarbonate.
The lights are mounted on a four-leg quadpod made of powder-coated aluminum and fitted with wheels for easy transport. The light tower features infrared wavelength options of 750 nm, 850 nm, or 940 nm and provides 8,640 lumens of light output.
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