Mobile light tower

The WCDE-4X500W-LED-MLK from Larson Electronics is a self-contained towable light tower that is equipped with a water-cooled diesel engine powering an eight-kilowatt Marathon generator with an 11.7 horsepower Kubota engine.

Jul 13th, 2016
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The WCDE-4X500W-LED-MLK from Larson Electronics is a self-contained towable light tower that is equipped with a water-cooled diesel engine powering an eight-kilowatt Marathon generator with an 11.7 horsepower Kubota engine. Four, 500-watt LED lamps produce 240,000 lumens of light. Each unit comes with 48 CREE high-output LEDs producing 963 lumens each, arranged in rows and paired with high purity optics, capable of producing a wide spot beam. The Marathon generator provides stand-alone power for the light tower and incorporates a 45-gallon fuel tank, allowing the engine to operate for up to 80 hours. The telescoping tower on this unit reaches 25 feet when fully deployed and folds down to a compact four and a half feet for storage and transportation.

Larson Electronics

www.larsonelectronics.com

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