Portable lighting

  • 30-Jun-2010 10:21 EDT
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Based on the responsiveness of its LED scene lamp line, J.W. Speaker has released a portable version of the Model 523. The lamp features a convenient, compact design and a self-contained, rugged die-cast aluminum frame with an integrated handle. Model 523 is suitable for lighting up hard-to-reach areas. It can be stored in most vehicles and produces bright, white light of up to 3900 effective lumens. Three various lens pattern configurations are available: wide, medium, and narrow flood, and the side-mounted scene lamp is available in cool or warm white designs. A three-prong power cord features an integrated on/off switch and plugs into a standard 120-V ac outlet or extension cord. Long-lasting LEDs withstand shock and vibration and enable the lamp to perform well in extreme environments.

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