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Colored Light Emitter

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KEMP, Texas, Jan. 26, 2016 — The LEDLB-4C colored LED light emitter from Larson Electronics LLC produces a 90 × 70-ft light beam with 720 lm of bright light with an optional red, blue, amber, green or white color output.

Four Edison Edixeon emitters, which contain Cree EZBright 3-W colored LEDs producing 180 lm each, are arranged in rows and paired with high-purity 10° optics to produce a tightly focused spot beam with limited spread.


The LED light bars are IP68 rated and waterproof to 3 m, sealed against intrusion by dust and dirt. The lights are made of extruded aluminum and feature a heavy housing, rubber isolated mounts and unbreakable polycarbonate lenses to increase durability against vibrations, impacts, waves, hard rains, sand and high winds.

The lights run on any voltage from 9 to 42 V and are designed for commercial marine, industrial and manufacturing applications.
Jan 2016

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