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Pellenc Launch the Lumenion Portable LED Floodlight

Once again, Pellenc is proving that it is technologically ahead of the field with the launch of the Lumenion – a mobile, self-powered LED floodlight, sold exclusively in the UK by Etesia.

Pellenc have developed a global environmental approach for many years, with a desire for commitment to renewable energy. In this area, the Zero Emissions concept is the culmination of their most recent research to promote autonomous energy.

The Lumenion is easily transportable and quickly assembled. The luminosity electronic control box enables the lighting strength to be optimised according to battery life.

Using two push buttons, the luminosity is easily adjusted whilst displaying information on the remaining battery life.

Main features include:

- Perfectly suited for emergency or operational lighting and for site illumination
- High power lighting
- Good stability and high wind resistance
- Installation without the use of any tools

Launched at the same is a power converter 1000. Pellenc has developed and launched the power converter which transforms battery energy into 230V.

Combined with a Pellenc battery, the power converter 1000 is the solution for storing and using electrical energy.

Thanks to this product, all electrical appliances below 1000W can operate autonomously: domestic appliances, drills, jackhammers etc.

For further information, please contact Etesia UK on 01295 680120 or visit www.etesia.co.uk

For more news, reviews and insightful views, you can follow Etesia UK on Twitter @EtesiaUK and like the company’s Facebook page – www.facebook.com/EtesiaUK. You can also view the latest Etesia videos by visiting www.youtube.com/EtesiaUK.

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  • Hi,

    Not one for getting up early to catch the morning light I wondered if it would be possible to work by artificial light. I found there were a number of portable floodlights on Amazon but didn't like the idea of having to remember to charge them every day with the charge only lasting about three hours.  The cheaper ones can't be worked from mains while in use and also they were relatively low power compared to the wall mounted ones. Eventually I bought a low wattage but highish luminance LED wall light and I connected the very short wire to a length of orange cable via a three pin connector then mounted it on a piece of wood as a base. I've used it a few times now and have been impressed as it allows me to continue jobs such as weeding when the light fails at this time of the year. I am interested if anybody else does anything similar and what your experiences are.

    Cheers

    Jeff

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