Larson Electronics Releases 120W LED Work Area Quadpod Light Fixture - Tower Only

April 10, 2019

Larson Electronics, a Texas-based company with over 40 years of experience spearheading the industrial lighting sector, announced the release of a 120-watt LED work area quadpod light fixture (T-head, LED lights and power cord sold separately). This unit produces 10,800 lumens of light in a flood beam configuration and is a replacement for 500W quartz halogen flood lamps.

The WAL-QP-2XWP60E-25-1227-SP0000 LED work area quadpod light fixture holds two adjustable light heads mounted on top of a four-leg steel quadpod equipped with wheels for easy movement around the workspace (lights and wiring sold separately). The lights produce a wide flood pattern ideal for illuminating large work and job sites. This collapsible quadpod is made of durable steel and can be extended to 12 feet and collapsed to seven feet.

Larson Electronics’ LED work area quadpod includes solid wheels allowing the unit to be tilted back and rolled when fully deployed. The fixtures can rotate 360 degrees with a 180 degree tilt available to each lamp. This work area quadpod is suitable for use in demanding environments, including emergency service, mining, construction sites, marine environments, and more.

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