Larson Electronics’ Magnalight.com has introduced two new scaffold-mounted work lights for industrial painting, abrasive blasting, shipyard work and other applications.
The 500-watt WAL-JHE500-120V-25 is the latest addition to Magnalight’s heavy-duty 120-volt work lighting line, while the low-voltage, portable WAL-JHEQ-LV-25 offers an alternative at sites where normal 120 VAC is not an option.
The WAL-JHE500-120V-25, which operates with regular 120 VAC current, is designed to provide rugged, versatile mounting to ladders, scaffolds and similar structures for construction-related activities. The unit is suitable for construction sites, tunnel work, ship yards and other settings where a rail-mounted lighting solution is desired.
|The WAL-JHE500-120V-25 (shown mounted) operates on 120 VAC current and illuminates up to 3,300 square feet.|
The 500-watt quartz halogen lamp illuminates up to 3,300 square feet of work space and can be adjusted both vertically and horizontally. Magnalight says the unit offers an alternative to magnetic work lights when a stable location is unavailable.
The WAL-JHEQ-LV-25 is designed to provide a versatile, convenient source of low-voltage illumination to painters, blasters and other workers who use scaffolding and similar equipment on the jobsite.
The quartz halogen light operates with 12- or 24-volt DC current for power connections where normal 120 VAC is impractical or unavailable. Magnalight calls the model portable and easy to mount.
|The low-voltage WAL-JHEQ-LV-25 comes with 25 feet of cord and three alternative power connections.|
The unit is fully adjustable, with 90 degrees of vertical tilt and 360 degrees of pivot rotation. Two configurations are available: a 150-watt 12 VDC model that illuminates 1,400 square feet, or a 300-watt 24 VDC model that illuminates 1,900 square feet.
The light comes with 25 feet of cord and three power connection options: a cigarette plug, ring terminals, and battery clamps.
Both lights have a J-type mounting bracket that adjusts from 26 inches to 43 inches, allowing for mounting to a wide variety of railings, scaffolds, steel frames and similar structures.
Both also feature an adjustable center support that allows the operator to raise the lamp up to three feet higher than the mounting location, for better illumination with less glare.
More information: http://www.magnalight.com.