LED Signal Stack Light has low-profile, rugged design.

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Offering alternative to incandescent signal lamps, corrosion-resistant WAL-TL-3X12W-C features heavy-duty mounting assembly with aluminum body that is predrilled to facilitate installation. Each 12 watt LED light assembly has 3 colored LED lamps (red, green, amber) fitted within sealed aluminum housing that is anodized, powder coated, and IP68-rated. Each lamp has its own wiring connector harness, allowing independent operation, and power options include 120–277 Vac and 12/24 Vdc.



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New LED Signal Stack Light from Larson Electronics Provides Low Profile and Rugged Construction



Industrial lighting specialists Larson Electronics have announced the release of a new LED signal stack light, also known as a traffic routing or process indicator light, designed to provide a rugged and low profile alternative to standard incandescent signal lamps. The WAL-TL-3X12W-C LED Signal Stack Light is built for durability and reliability and features weather proof and corrosion resistant construction combined with the power and reliability of LED lighting technology.



The Larson Electronics WAL-TL-3X12W-C LED signal stack light is an innovative new fixture that provides operators with an extremely durable and reliable alternative to standard traffic routing and process indicator lighting. Featuring waterproof LED lamp assemblies and a heavy duty mounting platform, this LED signal light is built for durability and reliability. This fixture is fitted with three colored LED lamps including a red, green, and amber unit, and each LED assembly is fitted within a sealed aluminum housing that is anodized and powder coated and impervious to intrusion from water and humidity. Each 12 watt LED light assembly produces more output than a comparable 100 watt light bulb, is rated at 50,000 hours of operational life, and is IP68 rated waterproof to three meters of submersion. The mounting assembly is a low profile aluminum body that has been predrilled for easy installation. Larson Electronics also offers customers the ability to choose custom mounting designs based on their own specifications in order to better tailor this unit to their particular requirements. The low profile and simple mounting design makes this an ideal fixture for those seeking a reliable signal fixture that can be unobtrusively mounted in areas where space is limited. Each lamp has its own wiring connector harness, allowing operators to operate each lamp independently, and power options include standard 120-277 VAC and 12/24 VDC configurations for use with low voltages. This unit does not require additional hardware for use with standard 120 to 277 VAC and automatically adjusts to any voltage within this range. The WAL-TL-3X12W-C is a highly durable and reliable alternative to standard incandescent signal light fixtures, ideal for use as a traffic routing signal light in loading and staging areas, and can serve equally well as a process indicator when used with machinery and equipment.



“Our latest addition to our collection of LED signal stack lights, the WAL-TL-3X12W-C offers reliability, lower maintenance, and high visibility within a NEMA 4X package,” said Robert Bresnahan with Larson Electronics LarsonElectronics.com. “This LED stack light is configured with red, amber, and green LED lights to provide operators with the ability to switch between each LED light for signaling oncoming trucks and heavy equipment.”



Larson Electronics produces a wide range of LED work lights, explosion proof LED lights, colored LED lights, and high power LED lighting for industrial operations. The entire Larson Electronics line of lighting equipment can be viewed by visiting Larsonelectronics.com. You can also call 1-800-369-6671 to learn more or call 1-903-498-3363 for international inquires.



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