Magnetic Mounted LED Wall Pack Light
Larson Electronics announces the release of a new magnetically mounted LED wall pack light with a glare free shield. This 60 watt LED light offers high light output from a compact form factor and is designed to provide a more durable and long lived alternative to halogen and metal halide units. The LEDWP-600E-M from Larson Electronics produces a wide flood beam without the high heat, fragile construction, or high energy costs of incandescent lighting. The light assembly consists of forty-five LEDs paired with high purity optics to produce a wide light distribution overpowering that of a 500 watt quartz flood light. This light is constructed of three angled boards that help provide a wider spread.
Instead of the light shining forward, the center board is concentrated to go straight out while the boards on the side are 45° offset. The LED lamp assembly is protected by a shatterproof polycarbonate lens which is secured to the housing with a waterproof seal. A 1/2” waterproof connector provides a secure and sealed power connection point and rounds out this unit’s weather resistant construction. This LED wall pack is designed to withstand demanding conditions and is waterproof, vapor proof and built to resist the damaging effects of an outdoor environment. Mounting hardware for the LEDWP-600E consists of a stainless steel coated bracket with a 200lb grip magnetic base with stainless steel screws to provide secure mounting and resistance to rust and corrosion.
The mounting assembly provides 360° rotation and 180° of up and down tilt to allow the user to position the unit as desired once mounted. This unit is designed to operate with voltages ranging from 110V AV to 277V AC, providing versatile power connection options. The LEDWP-600E-M provides an efficient and highly durable alternative to standard quartz and halogen wall pack lights that produce a longer reaching beam while using only a fraction of the power.
- glare free shield
- 60 watt LED light
- wide flood beam without the high heat