New vehicle-mount LED lighting option

New vehicle-mount LED lighting option

A vehicle mount LED light that offers 3,600 lumens of light has been released by Larson Electronics’ The PML-40W-PAR46 is designed for rugged operations such as military, law enforcement, and industrial heavy equipment.

It is available in multiple colors as well as infrared configurations.

Equipped with Magnalight’s Mil spec 461 certified PAR46 LED bulb, this permanent mount LED vehicle light produces more light than comparable halogen lamps while consuming far less power, the company said. The 40 watt LED light draws only 4 amps, yet produces over three times as much light as a comparable 50 watt halogen off road light.

It is designed to operate with voltages ranging from 9 to 46 VDC, which allows users to connect it directly to any vehicle, heavy equipment, or military vehicle with a 12 or 24 volt electrical system. The LED lamp is housed within a rugged waterproof fixture to resist damage from the elements, and is fitted with an adjustable hinged mounting bracket. This light can be mounted with a single bolt or stud to bumpers, roll bars, turrets, and just about any surface where you would normally mount auxiliary lighting.

Once mounted, the user can adjust the lamp vertically and lock it into position for precise aiming and stable positioning even under aggressive driving conditions.

“This mil-spec 40 watt vehicle mount LED PAR46 Light outperforms halogen 12 and 24 watt PAR46 lights, however it consumes far less power,” said Rob Bresnahan with Larson Electronics’ “The PML-40W-PAR46 LED light lasts 50,000 hours and can withstand significant vibration, as compared to halogen PAR46 lights which have a life hour span less than 100 hours.  Available in white light and/or infrared output, this solid state PAR46 LED alternative is ideal for vehicles and aircraft that typically use PAR46 lights in high vibration applications.”

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