LED infrared light emitter for covert military operations introduced by Larson Electronics

KEMP, Texas, 20 Jan. 2016. Larson Electronics LLC in Kemp, Texas, is introducing the LEDLB-24E-IR-1550NM 72 Watt high output LED infrared light emitter for covert military operations, commercial and industrial security, and other applications in demanding environments.

By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

KEMP, Texas, 20 Jan. 2016. Larson Electronics LLC in Kemp, Texas, is introducing the LEDLB-24E-IR-1550NM 72 Watt high output LED infrared light emitter for covert military operations, commercial and industrial security, and other applications in demanding environments.

The LEDLB-24E-IR-1550NM LED light bar produces light in the 1550 nanometer range on the IR light spectrum, and offers high infrared light output and extreme durability for demanding operating conditions.

This infrared LED light bar produces a beam that is 900 feet long by 100 feet wide. Twenty-four Edison Edixeon 3 Watt infrared emitters are arranged in rows and paired with high purity 10-degree optics to produce a tightly focused spot beam.

This light is also comes in a flood beam pattern with 35-degree optics to produce a wide beam spread that provides light over a large area.

These LED light bars are IP68 rated and waterproof to three meters, sealed against intrusion by dust and dirt and ruggedly constructed to withstand the most demanding environments, conditions and applications.

Related: Total market for infrared emitters expected to reach $867.1 million by 2020

These light bars are equipped with aluminum mounting blocks which slide within the aluminum housing to enable users to adjust their positioning to match existing or pre-drilled holes.

To secure the light in place, users slide the mounting bolts through the aluminum mounting block and rubber isolator, through the mounting surface, and then secure the bolt with a locking nut on the opposite side of the mounting surface.

Each mounting block has an integrated rubber bushing to absorb vibration and shock. This light operates on voltage ranging from 9 to 42 volts DC and provides a rugged infrared lighting solution.

For more information contact Larson Electronics online at www.larsonelectronics.com.

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