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HX-LB019 Light Bar

HX-LB019 Light Bar

120 watt single row off road LED light uses 12 x 10 watt high power CREE LEDs. This light bar is waterproof and offers a brightness output of 3,780 lumen at 9-70V DC operating voltage range.

The HX-LB019 off road LED light bar has black painted aluminum housing and PMMA lens. 20.3 inches long with flood beam pattern. Including adjustable stainless steel mounting bracket with studs.

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A work light is a light specifically manufactured for use in a particular job-related situation, such as for theater technicians, automobile mechanics, and marine applications. An LED work light is a work light that in addition to its other specifications being met, uses a Light-Emitting Diode, and the best LED work light to choose will be the one with the specs best suited to the job at hand.

There is a certain set of features which distinguish the most LED work lights. Hope that they can be help for you to determine if the LED work light is the best choice for you. 

The first thing to look at in a LED work light is probably the type of light it is. Consider whether you need a 

The work area will also be important in determining several other factors about the LED work light you are seeking. Consider if the light must be waterproof, or at least water resistant. Also think about whether the heat output is an important factor. Too hot a device can be uncomfortable in some situations.

The method for keeping the LED work light in position is another important factor. Work lights come in a variety of designs, including the flashlight model which has to be held or laid on its side, the bar light with a hook on one end, the light attached to a stand, the lamp on a tripod, the light on a pedestal mount, and the lamp on a gooseneck.

The power for the LED work light is another important consideration. If it runs off batteries, it is important to know the burn time and the recharge time. The way or ways available to charge the light might influence your decision. Other features that you may find include drop-resistance, overcharge protection, rotation and tilt of the light housing, and multiple LEDs.

In addition, the size of the device producing the light can be critical: in certain work situations there is only so much room.