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November 27, 2012 - Constructed of heavy-duty aluminum tubing, 6,000 Watt Model CM-4X15M-25-480V-3P is equipped with four 1,500 W adjustable metal halide light heads that can be independently positioned in any direction. System can be used from ground or elevated via crane for work site area illumination.Larger floodlight systems including as many as 24 light heads, alternative voltages, and low wattage LEDs are available in similar configuration.

Larson Electronics' Magnalight Introduces 6000 Watt 480 Volt Portable Work Site Light System

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Larson Electronics, LLC
9419 E US Hwy. 175
Kemp, TX, 75143

Press release date: November 13, 2012

Larson Electronics LLC announced the addition of the 6000 watt CM-4X15M-25-480V-3P for operators looking for portable 480 volt work site lighting. Equipped with four 1500 watt adjustable metal halide light heads, this Magnalight work site lighting system can be used from the ground or elevated via crane for work site area illumination.

Larson Electronics LLC has begun shipping the CM-4X15M-25-480V-3P 6000 watt portable work site lighting system. Equipped with four 1500 watt metal halide lights that can independently be positioned in any direction, this industrial lighting system can be powered with 480 volts. Constructed of heavy duty aluminum tubing, this work area floodlight system is built for durability and demanding conditions. The design of the light enables the operator to pick the light system with a crane as easily as using it from the ground, since the light heads can be pointed directly up or down. Larger floodlight systems including as many as 24 light heads, alternative voltages, and low wattage LEDs are available in a similar configuration.

“Our new CM-4X15M-25-480V-3P work site illumination system is designed to be positioned within, above or below the work area for optimal coverage,” said Rob Bresnahan with Larson Electronics’ “The 480 volt ballasts don’t require any kind of transformer or power distribution. Instead operators can tie off directly to their 480V panel and get the lighting they require.”

Larson Electronics manufactures a wide variety of industrial lighting products including explosion proof lighting, work site lighting and blasting lights. You can learn more about Larson Electronics at or contact 1-800-369-6671 or

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