These portable lights can be made with built-in batteries and also have a jack for a power cord for extended run time off a remote battery pack or regular vehicle. Insets: The cordless lights produce an incredible amount of light with long run times. The 12
VDC “light bulb” has a
whopping 201 bright LED’s to put out roughly the same as an 80 Watt bulb using
almost 90% less electricity.
Using the newest super efficient, high power surface
The portable lights with built in batteries use cast aluminum and steel enclosures, with heavy duty connectors, sealed switches and magnetic feet, and have extension cords that allow the lights to run for extended periods off a vehicle or an optional
SPC remote battery pack. Unlike most foreign
batteries that have a 2-3 year life, SPC utilizes hi quality American
made batteries that will hold their charge for up to a year, and offer a life
span of up to ten years, so when you really need light, you have it.
By using 12 volt LED’s run directly from a battery, runtimes are increased significantly over systems that change 12 volts DC into 120 volts AC, and then back down to low voltage DC again, through the LED’s internal circuit, wasting power with each conversion.
The portable cordless and corded lights are available in any configuration and come in cool or warm white spots, floods, strip, and bulbs up to the equivalent of a staggering 2400 incandescent
Watts to illuminate massive
areas. Options include solar chargers, a remote battery pack, plug
in wall charger, 5 volt USB port for charging
electronics and a cigarette lighter socket to power a 120 volt AC inverter.
From a simple single corded light that runs off a car lighter outlet to a solar
charged battery pack with several high powered lights to illuminate a house or
business, we can provide it.
At almost five bucks a gallon for gas, there’s no need to run a genset to provide light when you can silently and efficiently illuminate an entire house using power gathered from the day’s sun.
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Dennis Evers is the author of How to Handle a Crisis. This book was written for the average person without specialized emergency training who wants to be prepared in the event of a crisis when emergency services may not be available.
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Thanks go out to my friend Dennis Evers for an excellent guest post.
Staying above the water line!