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Explosion Proof Lights:
Our line of explosion proof lights and explosion
proof LED lights represent the best in high quality explosion proof
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We carry an extensived line of LED lights
including LED light bars, explosion proof LEDs, LED lights for military
applications, boats, vehicles, security lighting and more.
Infrared LED Lights:
Infrared LED light emitters for covert
applications. Magnalight Infrared LED emitters are ideal for military and
security applications where a covert source of infrared light is
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We carry the full line of Golight remote
controlled spotlights and related accessories. Magnalight is the only source for
the Golight Stryker Remote Control Spotlight with magnetic base.
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Magnalight stocks a comprehensive line of
hunting lights and related accessories. Our hunting lights include rechargeable
handheld LED spotlights and HID spotlights with red lenses.
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Our HML series of spotlights have been tested
and approved for use by the Marines, Army, Navy, and Air Force and are part of
the military’s Special Forces' Escalation of Force Kits.
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24 Volt Lights:
Magnalight manufactures and stocks an
extensive line of 24 volt
lighting equipment that ranges from 12/24 volt spotlights and floodlights to
multimillion candlepower searchlights and industrial grade work
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Larson Electronics Magnalight
Larson Electronics’ Magnalight is a
manufacturer and distributor of industrial-commercial grade lighting products.
Magnalight carries an extensive line of lighting products including explosion proof lights, hazardous location lights, explosion proof paint spray booth lights, high power LED lights, remote control HID Golight spotlights, LED flashlights,
military spotlights, infrared LEDs, LED
boat lights and industrial light towers. Magnalight also
manufactures and distributes a wide range of HID high power spotlights and HID flashlights that are ideal for
use as military spotlights
and law enforcement searchlights as well as effective for use in the utility and emergency services
Magnalight products that are
particularly well suited to military and law enforcement applications include
police lights, unity post mount spotlights, unity roof mount lights, remote control Golight spotlights, remote control spotlights with magnetic bases, rechargeable spotlights,
rechargeable flashlights, led flashlights, high
intensity discharge military spotlights with magnetic
bases and magnetic tripods for
flashlights and spotlights. Magnalight manufactures and carries an extensive
line of military spotlights, floodlights, and military
grade lighting accessories and equipment.
Many of Magnalights lighting
products can serve equally well in the public and private sector as hunting spotlights, boating spotlights, camping lights,
off-road and ATV lights, and infared security lights; this includes a wide array of LED lights and LED light bars that
can operate on a variety of voltages ranging from 9 to 42 VDC and can be mounted
on cars, trucks, boats and
Magnalight is a large distributor
of the Golight line of remote controlled spotlights and stocks
a comprehensive variety of HID or high intensity discharge Golights, Golight marine spotlights and searchlights, Golight floodlights,
military Golights and
a wide array of camouflage Golights for hunting and
off-road use. Magnalight is the only source for the Golight Stryker Remote Control Spotlight with magnetic
base and offers a wide variety of mounting
options for both the Golight Stryker and
Golight RadioRay series of spotlights.
Magnalight develops and stocks a wide
range of explosion proof lights and products as well as intrinsically safe lights and
intrinsically safe LED lights. Magnalight’s explosion proof line of lights carry the required
explosion proof certifications and approvals and are U.L. certified for use in
hazardous locations according to their respective class, division and zone
ratings. Magnalights hazardous location lighting includes explosion proof fluorescent lights
for paint spray booths, Class 1 Div 1 flashlights and intrinsically safe lights, portable and cart mounted tank lights, explosion proof droplights,
explosion proof LED lights and intrinsically safe flashlights.
Magnalight regularly develops and
manufactures new additions to its line of explosion proof lighting and industrial grade lighting products and is proud to offer the latest
in explosion proof LED lighting and explosion proof paint spray booth lighting. Magnalight also manufactures a wide array of military and
law enforcement related accessories including the concealable, back up universal handcuff key (plastic handcuff key)
used by Air Force pilots, Navy SPAWAR, Navy Seals and Special Operations
military personnel to effect escape in hostage or prisoner
can also call us toll free at 1-800-369-6671. Purchase orders
can be faxed to us at 903-498-3364 Magnalight can provide
detailed technical information regarding any of its products and is capable of
working with customers to create unique lighting solutions to suit their needs
If you have any questions or special
requirements regarding any of our industrial grade lighting solutions please
contact us by E-mail at
Larson Electronics manufactures the
Magnalight 12 volt spotlights with magnetic base and 12 volt searchlights with magnetic base with magnetic bases and 16 foot cords in Dallas, TX. These
industrial grade 12 volt spotlights
have been a staple of the cable, telephone and electric utility industry since
1967. Magnalight has since its beginnings expanded this to include the military/law enforcement
industries, federal and local governments, and emergency and first responder industries as well.
We carry a complete line of
HID off road and HID
equipment lights, including the Acro Light line.
HID flood lights with
permanent and magnetic mount options work on 12 and 24 volt DC systems and
provide illumination that extends 250 feet. The permanent mount and magnetic
mount HID spotlights project a beam to 3000 feet.
Larson Electronics Magnalight is a
manufacturer and as such we maintain a large available inventory of our magnetic
mount spotlights, HID spotlights. HID flashlights and
the Golight Stryker and Golight Radioray remote controlled spotlights, battery
operated flashing strobe lights, LED flashlights and
LED headlamps. Because of our extensive inventory and "make to order" capacity,
nearly all orders for spotlights and flashlights received before 4 PM CT are
shipped same day via UPS.
Many of our professional grade
spotlights and flashlights make excellent gifts for him or gifts for men. Remote
controlled spotlights with magnetic base, military spotlights, handheld
spotlights, vehicle mount spotlights, rechargeable spotlights, rechargeable flashlights, hunting spotlights, hunting searchlights
and state of the art hid flashlights all
make fine christmas gifts for men, and are sure to please even the most
discriminating friends and family.
Larson Electronics' Magnalight can also
be viewed in these languages - Arabic Spanish Japanese Italian Portuguese Russian French.
Contact us at sales@magnalight
.com or call us toll free at 1-800-369-6671 for mor
information regarding any of our products. Purchase orders can be faxed to us at
903-498-3364 Magnalight can provide detailed technical
information regarding any of its products and is capable of working with
customers to create unique lighting solutions to suit their needs and
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Marine Lighting Applications and LEDs|
The marine industry is one of the first and largest commercial sectors to capitalize on the revolution in electrical illumination that LED lighting technology represents. Since electrical lighting was first introduced into boating applications designers in the boating industry have grappled with the need to provide adequate power for electrical systems while maintaining a practical rate of energy consumption on board a ship. Although electrical lighting represented a major advancement in how boating illumination was produced and utilized, it also introduced the need to produce electrical energy independent of any land based power sources. The most effective method of producing this power is based on harnessing electrical energy produce by generating systems integrated into the boats engines and storing that energy in batteries for use when the engines are not running. While this method has been effective, it is very inefficient and the need to maintain a minimum electrical power reserve has resulted in the need to burn extra fuel to maintain those reserves and rationing of available power.
This rationing and extra fuel consumption has been in large part responsible for limiting the range and effective endurance of many small boats and private watercraft. The need to conserve fuel and energy reduces the amount of time a boat can effectively remain offshore without the need to replenish supplies and significantly increases the costs of operation. Owners and operators of pleasure craft and small commercial ships have expended substantial resources in attempts to improve on the efficiency and reliability of marine base electrical systems with limited success. New technologies such as solar power and improved electrical generation and storage capabilities have resulted in limited success, with balancing the use of electrical energy against the costs of producing it remaining a serious concern.
Compounding the problems of electrical energy consumption aboard ships, technological advancements and modernization of watercraft have led to the addition of still more energy hungry equipment as manufacturers seek to improve on the comfort and safety provided by new vessels. Refrigeration units, air conditioning, navigational equipment and luxury amenities have further added to the burden placed on the electrical systems of modern boats and contributed to continuing the problems of energy consumption and rationing. It has been clear for some time that there is a great deal of room for improvement and the lighting equipment used on board watercraft has long been a subject of experimentation and development.
Up until the last decade, the traditional incandescent bulb has been the dominant source of lighting in the marine environment. Little changed since its original design; the incandescent bulb is greatly inefficient and has since its addition to the marine environment been a significant source of electrical drain on a boat's energy reserves. While regulations make navigational lighting mandatory, boaters have also found that interior and auxiliary lighting cannot be entirely compromised in the name of energy conservation and so rationing has become inevitable. All of the lighting on a boat when based on the incandescent bulb represents a large and steady drain on the crafts electrical system when in use. Boaters are forced to monitor closely the usage of all lighting and restrict the allowable amount of time that certain lighting can be operated in order to maintain enough electrical reserves and fuel for later return to shore. Because of this, any major improvements in how electrical lighting is produced are quick to be incorporated into marine applications if possible and have resulted in fluorescent lighting and the improved efficiency incandescent being added as fast as they appeared.
These improved lighting sources still have yet to produce significant improvements in the efficiency of marine lighting. While fluorescent bulbs are a great deal more efficient than the incandescent, they are limited by their design and cannot be used for anything besides general illumination. The improvements in incandescent designs represented by the introduction of the halogen bulb brought about only minor improvements in efficiency and fall well short of producing substantial improvements in practicality. There has been a clear need for lighting that can not only be used in every aspect of marine lighting, but is also highly energy efficient and durable. LEDs represent that improvement.
Since their inception decades ago LEDs have been well recognized as being highly efficient emitters of light energy. Compact in size and requiring very little energy to produce light, LEDs were quickly adopted into many applications with great success. Most of these applications, however, had very low lighting requirements and did not need a strong source of illumination. LEDs were incorporated into portable electronics and automobile dashboards and the like, but were ill suited to applications that required a strong source of primary illumination and so found little use in marine applications. As of ten years ago, however, LED technology has advanced greatly and within the last five LEDs have been produced which can easily rival incandescent bulbs in both the amount of light produced as well as light quality. Even more importantly, these LEDs retain their incredibly efficient natures as well and far surpass the efficiency of any of the other types of lights available. Lights like the Magnalight LED Engine Room Light - Deck Light - Flood Configuration - IP67 represent the next major advancement in marine lighting and already are making a substantial impact on the marine lighting industry. These LEDs are extremely efficient and produce as much light as comparable incandescent lamps, yet draw only a fraction the amount of electrical power. While a typical 35 watt halogen incandescent will draw up to 4 amps of electrical power from a boats power reserves, an LED creating the same amount of light can use only a quarter of that amount of energy.
With the advent of powerful LEDs that rival the incandescent in both quality and total illumination produced, the trend has now been to retrofit existing marine lighting equipment with all LED bulbs. Already boaters are reporting great improvements in both the longevity of their power reserves and fuel economy as they change their entire lighting systems over to LED powered equipment. Even as this article is written, LED manufacturers continue to produce even more powerful versions that guarantee to further revolutionize how marine lighting is produced. If there is one thing that is certain about LED lighting in the marine industry, it is that they are destined to become the new dominant form of lighting for all marine applications, now, and well into the future.