LED light bar

  • 29-Aug-2013 03:10 EDT
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Larson Electronics releases a compact infrared LED light bar designed to provide high output and reliability in demanding operating and environmental conditions. The LEDLB-40X2ET-IR is completely submersible and handles temperatures from -40 to +85°C (-40 to +185°F). Suitable for military and off-highway vehicle applications using night vision devices, the 940-nm bar produces an invisible beam of infrared light capable of reaching over 1300 ft (400 m) while the 850-nm version emits a slight red glow. The 12- x 5-in (305- x 127-mm) light bar mounts on brush and grill guards, light racks, and bumpers and features a chip-resistant aluminum body, polycarbonate lens, and solid-state LED assembly. The fixture can run from 9 to 42 V dc and is impervious to rain, dust, and high humidity.

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