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4/6/2017

Task Light Suitable for Machining Environment

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Eastec 2017: The Rocia Focus LED spotlight and task light from Waldmann Lighting has a strong, full-metal aluminum design with a sealed housing to prevent the intrusion of liquids, dust or other foreign objects common to machining environments.

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The Rocia Focus LED spotlight and task light from Waldmann Lighting has a strong, full-metal aluminum design with a sealed housing to prevent the intrusion of liquids, dust or other foreign objects common to machining environments. Available with articulating and gooseneck arm styles as well as a pivoting head version, each offers a choice of either 10- or 40-degree beam angles. The spring-balanced joint and arm mechanics enable precisely directing light exactly where it is needed.

Rocia’s special optics and high-powered LEDs provide illuminance ranging to 30,000 lux with a bright 5000K color temperature, adding glare-free light and clarity to the machine area. The light can be programmed for continuous dimming, enabling the operator to reduce the light to a flicker-free level.

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