Remote controlled spotlight debuts

Apr 27, 2017 by Triton Staff

Texas-based Larson Electronics, an industrial lighting company, has released a new Golight Stryker wireless remote control spotlight, the GL-30004-S-E. The 36-watt LED module is capable of reaching over 900 feet in distance. It operates on low, 12V DC voltage and is supported by a Perko/bow stanchion mount system with red/green running lights.

The light can rotate 370 degrees with a hard stop and adjust vertical tilt up to 135 degrees. Remote operation is provided by one hand-held wireless remote controller that operates over a radio frequency of 433 MHz or a single dash remote. The remote controller has a range of 100 feet and will operate through walls, within structures and inside vehicles.

“The great thing about these Golight Stryker wireless spotlight is that you can power your navigation lights and the spotlight from one socket” said Rob Bresnahan, CEO of Larson Electronics. “This eliminates the need for a second power source, as well as having to choose between which lights to run.”

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