Larson Electronics Releases Vehicle Roof Mount Tower LED Light, 240W, 12V DC, 4 LEDs, 13.5 Feet

May 29, 2019

 Larson Electronics, a Texas-based company with over 40 years of experience spearheading the industrial lighting sector, announced the release of a 240-watt vehicle roof mount tower LED light equipped with four LED light heads that can be raised to 13.5 feet. A remote control allows operators to control the portable vehicle mast, which offers 360˚ of rotation (horizontal and vertical). This light offers 22,400 lumens of powerful light output at 240 watts.

The VMPLM-13.5-4XEQ4X4-CPR vehicle roof mount tower LED light features 9V to 64V DC input voltages for low voltage use. The LEDs produce a color temperature rating of 6000K to 6500K and offer 50,000 hours of lamp life with 70 percent lumen retention. This light comes equipped with a 20-foot harness, 16/2 wiring harness with a DT04-2S Deutsch connector and blunt-cut end. The housing of this unit is made of durable aluminum with a lens made of polycarbonate.

Larson Electronics’ vehicle roof mount tower LED light is IP67 rated providing protection from dust and water immersions up to 3.3 feet. The LED light heads are mounted on a pneumatic mast that can be elevated to 13.5 feet and can be raised via a wireless or wired remote control. The mast can be rotated 360˚ vertically and horizontally and is made of aluminum. Suitable applications for this unit include industrial or commercial outdoor settings.

Larson Electronics LLC

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