Tower lights go low power

April 21, 2009
What happens when you put LEDs in the tower lights normally used to signal machine status on a factory floor? In the case of EZ-Light TL50 tower lights, you get a unit that dissipates 2 W instead of the usual 15 W.

What happens when you put LEDs in the tower lights normally  used to signal machine status on a factory floor? In the case of EZ-Light TL50  tower lights, you get a unit that dissipates 2 W instead of the usual 15 W.  Devised by Banner Engineering Corp., their water- and oil-tight industrial  housings let the units mount directly to machines, while standoff pipe and  adapters are available for elevated mounting. Green, yellow, red, blue or white  LED colors are available.

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