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Philips introduces inspection LED lamp with docking station
Photo: Philips [Sep 22, 2011]
Philips introduces inspection LED lamp with docking station

Philips' inspection lamp with docking station is designed in such a way that it can be aligned in various positions while retaining stability. Its flexible multi-angle hook can be pulled inwards and outwards, and the lamp can also be attached magnetically.

Fifteen LEDs, focused on the working area, generate a bright light with an intensity of 1,200 lux, the vendor said. There is also an additional blue light which makes it possible to trace leaks in air-conditioning systems.

The lamp is IP54/IK09 classified and can be used for six hours at a stretch before it has to be recharged with the charging station that can be connected to the 220V power supply or with the 12-24V car adaptor.

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