Engineering Corp.'s WLS28 Work Light Strip is a solid-state LED
work light intended to provide bright, long-lasting illumination inside
enclosures and other areas with poor lighting conditions. The WLS28 Work Light
Strip is housed in aluminum and consumes a minimal footprint in areas where
space is at a premium. Models are available in various lengths from 145 (5.7)
to 1130 mm (44.5 inches), and share a width of 28 mm (1.1 inches).
The WLS28 Work Light Strip delivers an even pattern of light
without creating any shadows-enabling operators to monitor service or modify
equipment in poorly lit areas with ease. Consuming very little power-less than
9W per foot-the WLS28 delivers a highly efficient and cost-effective lighting
solution. When the light is used within its specifications, the typical
lifetime of the LEDs is 50,000 hours of continuous operation with minimal
degradation of intensity. In applications where multiple lights are required,
WLS28 models can be cascaded end-to-end, minimizing wiring and potentially
reducing costs. Swivel mounting brackets are included to increase installation
flexibility, allowing users to pivot the light 45 degree in either direction.
The WLS28 Work Light Strip is available in cabled and quick-disconnect models,
as well as standalone and cascadable models.
features of the WLS28 Work Light Strip:
High-efficiency, solid-state LED array for
bright, long-lasting illumination
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