Wireless battery-powered LED tow light

Canadian Security
Thursday January 08, 2015
Written by Canadian Security
Larson Electronics introduces a new twenty three inch wireless LED tow light. The HDTL-WLED-M wireless battery powered LED tow light from Larson Electronics is powered by a rechargeable battery and has stop, tail, turn and hazard strobe light capabilities.
This 10 pound portable tow light is recharged using a 12 volt cigarette lighter charger and features a 2.4 GHZ chipset which allows for a transmitter distance of up to 1000’. The unit’s LED lights maintain a constant bright and visible light without loss of color and can also serve as roadside hazard lights by manually turning the bar around and pushing the flasher switch located on the right side of the unit. This lighting system will not turn on automatically and requires inserting the four pin transmitter to do so.

The unit is encased in a polyethylene case and is mounted on 150 pound pull rubber coated magnets, which keep it in place during motion, and solid rubber grips, which ensure no damage or scratching is done to the towing vehicle. This wireless LED tow light measures 18” wide by 6” high, and 6” deep. Weighing only 10 pounds, the compact and light-weight form factor, durability, portability, and high power of this LED tow light make it ideal for towing, trailers, security, work areas, roadside emergencies, warehouses, and anywhere an easily assembled, highly visible tow or hazard light is required.

“The portability of this LED tow light lends itself to a wide range of applications including being mounted on trailers, RVs, boats, snowmobiles, and more,” said Rob Bresnahan with Larsonelectronics.com. “This hazard light bar is 100% portable, waterproof, shock resistant, and can withstand 125 miles per hour wind resistance.”

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