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PELI REMOTE AREA LIGHTS
Peli Products offers a full range of Remote Area Lighting Systems (RALS) bringing portable, powerful, energy-efficient and environmentally responsible lighting technology to remote and general area applications.
Peli manufacturers a variety of RALS, all of them are an ecological responsible alternative to wasteful generator powered lights. Built with versatility in mind, some models feature 2/4 swivelling multi-position deployable masts (extending to +1.8 m) and 360 degree articulated light arrays. The heads (which feature variable brightness settings) are powered by a 12-volt, sealed, rechargeable battery (maintenance-free, inside the extremely durable Peli cases that usually houses them). Some models, 9460RS and 9470RS, include three additional features from the standard models which are remote control activation, multi-terrain trolley and a 12volt power supply port. Peli also offers a RALS model, 9435, that has been approved by ATEX Cat. 3 (Zone 2) meaning it can be used in hazardous areas (check ATEX certifications/zones).
All Remote Area Lighting models are powered by a rechargeable battery. Furthermore, in the most recent models, 9490 and 9480, the battery is swappable between the two models. That is a great feature since it allows working with an extra battery so the user can double run time.
Using the state-of-art of LEDs, some of them feature up to +6.000 lumens of powerful beam of light or a run time of up to 40 hours (check specifications for each model). Working with them means silent operation, no fumes, light weight (easier manual handling), no trip hazardous cables, no breakable glass components and low operating temperatures. Check the one that is more convenient for you.
USES OF REMOTE AREA LIGHTING SYSTEMS
Peli offers RALS for night-time road construction crews, railway engineers, firefighters and professionals of emergency & rescue. That can also benefit TV/film producers that need to illuminate dark areas with powerful generators or military teams that need to illuminate working areas. In conclusion, anyone that needs to illuminate a large area without the gas consumption, noise and air pollution.