Lind Equipment announced a redesigned LED Jobsite suite of products at NECA 2018 in Philadelphia. The LED Jobsite now provides a complete system of temporary lighting that greatly increases efficiency on the jobsite and makes projects more profitable. By using LED Jobsite’s integrated solutions, contractors can easily tackle even the most challenging jobsite lighting conditions.
“We are excited to introduce an industry-first lighting system that can be reconfigured as needed, providing the contractor with unparalleled ease of use and efficiency as the lighting needs change,” says Brian Astl, president, Lind Equipment. “While today’s electrical contractors continue to face challenges at construction jobsites, using this groundbreaking, integrated LED lighting solution will provide benefits to electrical contractors and project stakeholders through incredible labor savings and increased profitability.”
Astl continues, “Our products are bringing a revolutionary change to jobsite lighting. Now lighting is a reusable asset that performs in concert with the other lighting on a jobsite. There’s no going back to the days of stringlights and substandard lighting.”
To maximize the total light coverage across the jobsite, all products in the suite work together as one system. Together, these products are all built to exceed military-grade drop-test standards and have IP65 weatherproof ratings. In short, LED Jobsite lights will withstand any abuse the jobsite might throw at them, and it’s now become an asset rather than a disposable.
The key to using the various LED Jobsite products together is pre-determined lengths of cable with daisy-chains and triple-tap outlets. The electrical contractor can determine the best light for an application, and it can be daisy-chained into complex patterns throughout the jobsite.
LED Jobsite improvements do not stop with the suite integration. Lind updated many features on existing LED Jobsite products to create an improved experience by reducing the footprint, enhancing durability, and providing lower wattage to improve energy efficiency.
The exciting, new product suite introduced at NECA included:
Beacon360 Blaze – The new Beacon360 Blaze is a powerful light with incredible versatility. It can replace traditional stringlights or high bay lights to provide 2500 sq. ft of light coverage up to 5 fc, using only 100W.
Beacon360 Trek – This is the little brother to our best-selling patented Beacon360 Blaze. The Beacon360 Trek casts light in 360° and upwards, while being spaced at 25 ft apart to provide light coverage up to 5 fc. At 60W, it provides 7,000 lumens of bright, white light. The most amazing part about this light is its flexibility and portability – it can easily be moved around the site and attached to different accessories such as tripods, floor stands, magnets and clamps. Its increased durability and small size allows for the easy portability.
Beacon360 Spark – An exciting new product, the Beacon360 Spark makes stringlights a thing of the past. Now a main circuit can be run throughout the hallways/corridors, and individual lights can branch off into individual rooms or in other directions as required. The Beacon360 Spark can be easily unplugged and relocated individually as required throughout the job – a much more efficient strategy that results in less lights overall. The Beacon360 Spark uses a mere 20W and provides 2,400 lumens of bright, white light.
LE-HB120 LED High Bay – One of the latest additions to the Beacon family is the LE-HB120 LED High Bay. This high bay is much smaller, more durable and even more energy efficient. It does not require an external driver – allowing it to be extremely light and compact. The LEDs provide 13,250 lumens to illuminate 2,500 sq. ft when mounted on a ceiling 20 ft high. It can run 15 lights daisy-chained on the same 15A circuit, while traditional metal halide lights only allow three. At only 2-in. thick, the super low profile is more durable, easier to store, easier to install, and provides greater headroom for floor traffic, increasing safety on the jobsite.
For more information, go to: www.ledjobsite.com.