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Pelican Rolls Out Remote Area Lighting System

October 06, 2010  | 


The 9440 RALS is built with a streamlined, self-deploying tripod for easy site placement and a nylon shoulder strap for simple transport.

Pelican Products Inc. announced that its Advanced Area Lighting Group has rolled out the 9440 Remote Area Lighting System (RALS), a bright and portable area light.

The 9440 RALS features 10 next-generation LEDs and a beam spread of 120 degrees that lights a large area. It offers two brightness settings that shine 2,400 lumens for three hours in high-setting and 1,200 for six hours in low.

The light is powered by a maintenance-free, nickel metal hydride rechargeable battery. As a result, it runs silent and has no power cord, which helps eliminate trip-hazards. It also emits no toxic fumes, unlike bulky gasoline-powered lights.

The 9440 RALS is built with a streamlined, self-deploying tripod for easy site placement and a nylon shoulder strap for simple transport. It weighs only 16 pounds and can be set up in a few seconds. The 9440 RALS also features a telescoping light tower that extends more than seven feet and a light array that articulates 90 degrees. The 9440 RALS is available in either yellow or black and has an MSRP of $999.95.

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AStewart @ 11/16/2010 9:56 AM

This is a really cool light because it has so many uses and can go where a bulky generator can't. I would just be careful to shop around because prices vary widely, particularly if you have to pay for shipping. Not everyone has it in stock yet because it's new, but I found one place with it in stock and free shipping for $769--sounds good to me!

http://www.beamdistributing.com/shopexd.asp?id=345

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