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LED Work Light Contributes to Safety without Hot Spots

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IMTS 2018: Patlite’s industrial-grade LED work light, the CWF, illuminates workstations, machinery and control cabinets.

Patlite’s industrial-grade light-emitting diode (LED) work light, the CWF, illuminates workstations, machinery and control cabinets. Featuring energy-efficient, long-life LEDs, the work light provides bright, even light through a diffused lens. This contributes to safe and productive work spaces without hot spots. Designed to consume as little energy as possible, the work light operates at 24-V DC and within the 100 to 240-V AC range. 

The work light sits on an aluminum-base frame, encased in a shatter-resistant polycarbonate shell, to withstand industrial and commercial environments. It is available in three sizes: 300, 600 and 900 mm. A rocker switch located on the side panel enables users to turn off the light when not in use.

Flexible mounting options are available, including standard and swivel brackets for precise light angling and a magnetic bracket for installation in tight spaces and relocating.

The work light conforms to CE, UL and KC standards.

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