132W Ultraviolet LED Light Emitter Illuminates Industrial Environments

Kemp, TX --- Larson Electronics announces the release of a 132 watt ultraviolet LED light emitter that offers high light output and extreme durability. The LEDLB-44E-UV-400NM ultraviolet LED light bar produces 176 mW/cm² while drawing 132 watts of power from a 12 volt electrical system.

This light bar operates on any voltage from 9 to 42 volts and provides an extremely rugged lighting solution that is ideal for use in commercial marine environments, as well as industrial and manufacturing applications such as machine vision system lighting, heavy equipment illumination, blasting lighting, and mining operations. IP68 rated and waterproof to three meters, this light bar is constructed of extruded aluminum with an unbreakable polycarbonate lens and aluminum mounting hardware for extreme durability and resistance to the usual corrosive effects of the marine environment.

The entire LEDLB-E series of lights are constructed of extruded aluminum and feature heavier housings, rubber isolated mounts and unbreakable polycarbonate lenses to provide increased durability against vibrations, impacts, waves, hard rains, sand and high winds. The light bar is equipped with aluminum mounting blocks which slide within the aluminum housing to allow users to adjust their positioning to match existing or user drilled mounting holes. Each mounting block has an integrated rubber bushing to absorb vibrations and shocks. The adjustable, shock insulated mounts are attached to a simple, inverted u-bracket type mount.

Larson Electronics
Kemp, TX
800-369-6671
903-498-3363
[email protected]
http://www.larsonelectronics.com

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