Up to 3x brighter than standard LEDs
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This curved-arm Secondary LED Exhibit Light it is often referred to as a "banner light" in the trade show industry and is ideally suited for illuminating lighter weight structures, such as retractable banner stands and tabletop displays. This is because the curved arm centers more of the fixture's weight over the surface it is illuminating, creating a more stable configuration for smaller, lighter-weight structures. However, this light is perfectly suitable for larger display structures and great for art fair and craft festival booth and tent lighting as well. Our proprietary "narrow flood" bulb design compares very favorably to a 200W halogen, yet consumes only a fraction of the power. Incredibly, this light runs approximately 16 hours with our lithium-ion Mobile Power Center (sold separately), eliminating the need to purchase electricity at your next event!
Creating a Chain of Lights: All of our arm lights are designed to easily connect together using a single power source (i.e. from a plug-in AC Adapter or battery). To create a chain of lights, you simply connect a Primary Light (sold separately) to its power source. An additional Secondary Light may be connected to the Primary Light (or another Secondary Light) using its included Link Cable. You may power/link up to 4 lights at once (1 Primary + 3 Secondary) to our 31W Standard AC Adapter or Mobile Power Center (battery). You may power/link up to 8 lights at once (1 Primary + 7 Secondary) to our 60W High-Power AC Adapter.
Please note: Secondary Lights are identical in construction and design to Primary Lights. The only difference being a Primary Light comes with an AC Adapter and 10ft Power Cable and always is positioned as the first light in the chain to provide power to all additional connected lights. By comparison, a Secondary Light comes with either a 5ft or 10ft Link Cable and no AC Adapter is included because it derives its power from the Primary Light.