LARSON ELECTRONICS RELEASES A NEW 45 MILLION CANDLEPOWER HID HANDHELD SPOTLIGHT

Larson HID Spotlight

 

May 30, 2016

Larson Electronics has released a new 80 watt high output HID handheld spotlight for the avid hunters and anglers.

The HL-85-HID-80W-CPR handheld high intensity discharge spotlight from Larson Electronics is a lightweight, ultra rugged, ergonomic spotlight that operates on 12-24 volts DC with an included 16 foot coil cord terminated in a cigarette plug. This high output HID spotlight is constructed with a single 55 watt HID lamp and features an advanced reflector and lens configuration to generate a 7,200 lumen light output. Drawing only 55 watts on a low voltage power source, this light produces a beam capable of reaching distances over 5,500 feet. An adjustable ten inch lens gives operators the ability to switch from a long, narrow focused spot beam of light to a wide flood beam of light with just a simple twist.

This IP65 rated waterproof HID spotlight features an ultra-durable ABS shockproof polymer body, aluminum alloy light head housing, and an impact resistant polycarbonate lens. The unique shape and shallow contour of the ten inch reflector is paired with a convex lens and inset lens positioned to efficiently capture and project a focused beam of light while reducing light spillage. The pistol grip style, nylon handle has a no-slip textured surface to improve grip and has a conveniently placed push button so that the user can easily access the switch with the fore finger for quick on/off operation.

“This new handheld HID spotlight is guaranteed to be the brightest one on the market today,” said Rob Bresnahan, CEO of Larson Electronics. “The spotlight is equipped with a spring cord fitted with a cigarette lighter plug and is designed to operate with any 12-24 volt DC vehicle without any modifications.”

www.Larsonelectronics.com

 

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