300 Watt LED Crane and Rough Service Fixture from Larson Electronics

June 8, 2016

The GAU-HB-60X5W-480V High Output Crane and Rough Service LED light offers high output and energy efficient alternative to traditional general area luminaires. LED technology and compact design makes this lamp an excellent energy efficient upgrade option for bulky and high maintenance cost older fixtures. A 29,580 lumen output, 0.7 amp draw, 50,000 hour service life, and 480 volt compatibility provides mine operators with a rugged and powerful LED alternative to 1000 watt metal halide lamps that uses little power and can withstand rugged use and abusive conditions.

Sixty CREE XLamp XPG five watt LEDs producing 493 lumens each are arranged in rows and paired with high purity optics to produce a well focused 25 degree spot beam that is ideal for providing far reaching concentrated illumination while still covering a substantial amount of area.

Also available: optional floodlight versions with a 60 degree beam spread to provide more light over a larger area nearer the fixture, making flood versions ideal for use as dedicated work and area lights. These LED light bars are waterproof to 3 meters, sealed against intrusion by dust and dirt, and very ruggedly constructed to withstand the most demanding mining environments, conditions and applications.

GAU-HB-60X5W-480V LED lights are ideal replacements for fragile and hot running 1000 watt metal halide lamps. They offer Pulse Width Modulation control, a small profile, low power requirements, high durability and a versatile mounting system that makes these LED light emitters a superior lighting solution for mining applications where power and reliability is critical. The heavy duty design and high power of these mining lights also makes them suitable for a wide array of applications including but not limited to: military, industrial manufacturing, machine visioning, security and law enforcement, and commercial structure illumination.

Find out more: www.larsonelectronics.com/p-71174-300-watt-led-crane-rough-service-fixture-480v-ac-1000w-metal-halide-equivalent-29580-lumens.aspx.

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