Pelican 9600 3000 Lumens LED Modular Indoor/Outdoor Work Light Lighting System - Yellow

ITEM #: PEL-9600 MFG #: 096000-0000-245

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    096000-0000-245 - Overview

    The Pelican 9600 Modular Lighting System is a new linear lighting system that is part of Pelican's Remote Area Lighting System (RALS) that allows you to easily light up long stretches of rail track, roads and tunnels without the hassles of conventional heavyweight light towers. Chain up to 34 Pelican 9600 Modular Light heads to produce over 100,000 combined lumens of bright LED light and evenly cover more than 350 yards (321 meters), all powered by one generator.

    Engineered with side and end mount bracket attachment points, plus a stand system that can extend up to 10 feet, the Pelican 9600 is ready to mount to fences, hang overhead or stand on its own.

    Built with tough Polycarbonate recessed lenses and internal shock supports, the Pelican 9600 is built to survive rough terrain and accidental drops. In fact these units are drop tested from 6 feet onto concrete, proof that this latest design is built to take punishment. Plus, the Pelican 9600 heads and bases are designed to stack and stay together, with detachable cords and poles for compact shipping and storage.

    Travel safe, pack tight, and stretch out the daylight with the Pelican 9600 Modular Lighting System.

    The Remote Area Lighting Systems (RALS) from Pelican are the complete lighting solution for first responders, industrial and aerospace applications. With multiple heads, and Bluetooth activation on select models, RALS can light up any area from a small room to a soccer field and are proudly made in the USA!

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