50W Beacon LED Floodlight


Compact, Versatile, Portable


Product Description

As bright as a 500W quartz halogen light, but with SO many advantages…

500W quartz halogen lights are everywhere, but that doesn’t mean that they are the right solution.  There are many downsides to using a quartz halogen light for work site and area lighting.  Quartz halogen bulbs are extremely delicate and will break if handled or if subjected to vibrations.  Quartz halogen bulbs also heat up dangerously, posing burn and fire risks to all workers involved.  Lastly, they are incredibly energy inefficient compared to new LED technologies.

The Beacon Light changes the game completely.  Using the newest LED technology, the 50W Beacon Light puts out the same amount of usable light on your work site as a 500W quartz halogen, with none of the downsides of the quartz halogen lights.  The Beacon Light generates light via a 30W or 50W LED integrated chip, which is solid state construction and can therefore endure shocks, vibrations and rough handling without breaking the LEDs.  Also, the Beacon Light is cool running and safe to touch even when left operating for hours and days on end.  All these benefits, and you use significantly less energy when running the Beacon Light – 90% less than a 500W quartz halogen.


Approvals: cETLus portable work light
Light Temperature: 4500K (bright white light – no blue tint)
Lumens: 5,000 (equivalent usable light of a 500W quartz halogen)
LED Life Expectancy: The integrated LED chip is designed to last for 50,000 hours
Environmental Rating: IP65 (waterproof)
Construction: Cast aluminum housing, carrying handle, adjustable yoke with wing nuts, 15′ 16/3 SJOW cord, tempered glass or polycarbonate lens
Weight: 10 lbs (light head only)
Height: 9.25″ (light head)
Width: 12″ (light head)
Depth: 5.5″ (light head)
Warranty: Three years

Product Features

Product CodeLE970LED


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