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The 1006 Series Halogen Work Light has dual light fixtures that can be directed independently of each other. The two fixtures are attached to a base unit that can be removed from the tripod stand for low angle illumination. The stand will extend the dual fixtures up to 8 feet off the ground. Each fixture uses a single 500 watt halogen bulb independently controlled by its own sealed push button switch for a combined output of 1000 watts. Each fixture has a tempered glass lens and a metal safety grill. The entire unit is powder-coated for long-wear durability. The foam grip handles makes positioning each light a snap, and the center-mounted handle aids in removing, mounting and moving the base unit. It It has a 6' 18/3 SJTW cord and comes with a spare 500 watt bulb mounted in a protective bulb holder.

Bayco 1000w Convertible Halogen Dual Fixture Work Light

PT#: SL-1006

Bayco 1000w Convertible Halogen Dual Fixture Work Light

:: Specifications

  • Flood Light Color: White
  • Type of Floodlight: Solid
  • Switch Function: 2 Sealed Push Buttons
  • Light Source: Halogen
  • Case Material: Steel
  • Cord Length: 6
  • Cord Gauge: 18/3
  • Cord Jacket: SJTW
  • Cord Color: Black
  • Body Color: Red
  • Power Source: AC
  • Package Contents: Product & Spare Replacement Bulb in Protective Holder

:: Features

  • Dual light fixtures that can be pointed in different directions for maximum lighting
  • Light fixture base unit can be removed from tripod stand for low angle illumination
  • The tripod stand will extend the lights up to 8 feet high
  • Each fixture uses a single 500 watt halogen bulb (included) for a total illumination of 1,000 watts
  • Each fixture has its own sealed push button switch
  • Tempered glass lenses and metal safety grills are used for additional protection from the bulbs
  • [Powder coated for long wear
  • Includes a spare 500 watt bulb in a protective bulb holder

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