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Larson Electronics LLC releases explosion proof LED light tower with quadpod mount

KEMP, TEXAS — Larson Electronics LLC, released a 300 watt quad pod mounted explosion proof LED light tower, capable of illuminating an area up to 14,500 square with 35,000 lumens of bright illumination. This adjustable Cree LED light tower is designed for portability and durable operation in harsh, demanding conditions such as emergency services, mining, construction, marine and industrial operations.

The EPLC2-QP-2X150LED-100 is a Class I Division 1, Class II Divisions 1 & 2 and Class III Divisions 1 & 2 explosion proof quadpod mounted LED lighting system. This portable LED light tower features two removable lamp heads; each contain twelve LED bulbs. Paired with high purity optics, these light heads produce 17,500 lumens in a flood beam pattern, drawing only 1.25 amps on 120V for extremely efficient and powerful illumination. This LED light tower is perfect for replacing metal halide floodlights that are too fragile for explosive environments and run too hot.

With impressive illumination capabilities comes equally impressive functionality. This portable LED light is mounted on a four-legged, non-sparking aluminum quadpod with a tower adjustable from seven to 12 feet. The tower can be completely taken apart for storage and transportation and the quadpod mount includes solid wheels for easy movement from one area of the workspace to another. Additionally, this explosion proof LED is equipped with 300 feet of 16/3 chemical and abrasion resistant SOOW cord, fitted with an explosion proof cord cap, making connections to explosion proof outlets a breeze.

“The EPLC2-QP-2X150LED-100 is a more compact tower, but still packs a heavy punch like our bigger units,” said Rob Bresnahan, CEO of Larson Electronics LLC. “Its 35,000 lumens cover a space of 14,500 square feet in size, which is impressive for a collapsible, very mobile tower. The unit gives operators more than adequate lighting for their job site, that can be easily transported.”


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