J.W. Speaker likes the spotlight
J. W. Speaker Corp.
The new Model 9770 Xenon High Intensity Discharge (H.I.D.) Hand-Held Spotlight from Wisconsin-based J. W. Speaker Corp. combines the brightness of Xenon with a portable unit.
A helpful light source for anywhere powerful auxiliary lighting is needed, the Model 9770 produces white light with daylight color impressions at four to five times the illumination of halogen lamps at equal energy consumption. In addition, with Xenon the entire illuminated area is larger and brighter, the company says. At 2.5 million-candle power, the white light emitted makes objects more recognizable up to five miles.
The Model 9770 is ruggedly constructed of industrial-grade materials, stainless steel hardware and high-impact chemical-resistant housing to withstand the most severe environments. It provides unmatched lighting performance with a service life of up to 4,000 hours. Since the Xenon (H.I.D.) bulb has no filament, there is no breakage from shock and vibration. The 12-foot coiled cord with cigarette plug fits into 12-volt vehicle receptacles.
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