Wireless remote-controlled LED spotlight delivers 3,000 lumens

Wireless remote-controlled LED spotlight delivers 3,000 lumens

Larson Electronics (Kemp, TX) has released a 40-W wireless remote-controlled LED light that offers pan and tilt control, spot to flood adjustability, and strobe functionality with the push of a button.
By eeNews Europe


The RCL360-LED-40W remote controlled LED spotlight from Larson Electronics is designed for use in all weather conditions and features remote control operation that allows users to rotate the light 360° with a hard stop and to adjust vertical tilt through 270°.

The light emitting diode assembly within the housing is a 40-W LED unit that produces 3,000 lumens of bright white light. The assembly is paired with tight 6° focus spot beam optics to produce a beam reaching distances more than 1,000 feet. The beam can be adjusted from spot to flood with the included wireless remote without the need of any special lenses.

The remote control is constructed of polycarbonate with rubber push pad buttons for weatherproof durability and has an operating range of 100’. Remote functions include increase and decrease in intensity, beam adjustment from 30° flood beam to a 6° spot beam, steady burn, strobe, SOS functionality, and four buttons that control the up, down, left and right movement of the light.

The light is designed for outdoor use with a weather-resistant housing constructed of corrosion-resistant aluminum and high quality thermoplastic. The light is permanently mounted with four screws through predrilled holes which secure the light to the mounting surface.

RCL360-LED-40W remote controlled LED spotlight information page

Larson Electronics: www.larsonelectronics.com