Now, Vapor Proof LED String Light released, to forestall water from seeping
Industrial lighting leader, Larson Electronics, released a vapor proof LED string light constructed and certified to circumvent water or moisture from seeping into your handle or light head when utilised in wet locations. This handheld lamp is an ideal fixture for illuminating wet areas and rugged locations.
The VPLSL-5-LED from Larson Electronics can be an?LED string light?that is made of five industrial grade vapor proof hand lamps, in touch with 10 feet of 12/3 SOOW cable in between each lamp. Each high output LED bulb draws just 10 watts, under 10% on the electricity of your standard 100-watt bulb yet produces 70% more output. Each trouble light covers approximately a 5 to 8-foot radius with 10-15-foot candles of sunshine. The Led lamps included in this hand lamp hold the familiar qualities of comparable incandescent models, and still provide cooler operation, better light quality and great light color, causing them to be safe and reliable for wet environments and close inspection work.
The industrial lamps in this string light have zero ballast, reducing the overall weight and making the assembly scaled-down for straightforward transport. The certified vapor proof drop lights are created to survive and thrive in hazardous conditions and rugged use. Each lamp features a comfortable handle for safe and durable grip, including a stainless-steel wire guard to shield the glass dome. Stainless-steel hooks offer a durable overhead mounting option.
This LED string light is terminated with a 10-foot-long 12/3 SOOW chemical and abrasion resistant cable fitted with industrial grade cord cap. 10 feet of 12/3SOOW cord connect each lamp together to complete the string light assembly. The lighting is configured to work with 120-277V AC but they can be ordered in 12-24V DC for reduced voltage operations.
“This vapor proof LED string light is really a lightweight and convenient for illuminating wet areas with powerful and reliable high output light,” said Rob Bresnahan, CEO of Larson Electronics LLC. “The LEDs help generate greater contrast between equipment parts and backgrounds, taking into account very close and detailed inspections”, he added.