K&H Industries now offers the brightest wireless, remote-controlled spotlight with

K&H Industries, Inc., a manufacturer of wireless, remote-controlled lighting and power solutions for the utility and telecom industries, recently announced a 700,000 candlepower option on its StarBeam dual lamphead wireless, remote-control spot light.

K&H Industries, Inc., a manufacturer of wireless, remote-controlled lighting and power solutions for the utility and telecom industries, recently announced a 700,000 candlepower option on its StarBeam dual lamphead wireless, remote-control spot light. StarBeam, well-regarded for its reliability and durability – now outshines its competitors by offering the brightest wireless, remote-controlled spotlight. With 350,000 lumens per bulb, this halogen lighting system delivers long-life with low amperage draw.

StarBeam's wireless, remote-controlled, vehicle-mounted lighting system sets the standard for line crews across the country and the world. StarBeam's weather-resistant lampheads and control housing provide safe, dependable operation in the most demanding environments including including rain, sleet and snow.

"The new StarBeam 700,000 cp is a powerful tool for utility service workers to have aboard their truck. The spotlight provides critical illumination of the entire work area allowing utility workers to safely work at night by assessing the field situation and any obstructions or hazards." commented John Herc, executive vice-president, K&H Industries. "The 700k StarBeam shows our commitment to safety for the men and women who use our products in the utility industry."

StarBeam comes with either a standard wireless-remote control unit and/or a hard-wired remote control; wireless-remote reception is up to 300 feet. Motor-controlled dual lampheads rotate 330° (±10°) on horizontal and vertical axis to provide precise placement of light output.

K&H actively advocates for safe linemen working practices, especially the use of objective, documented standards for nighttime lighting requirements. K&H recently published the True Cost of Nighttime Line Repair, which can be downloaded at www.khindustries.com.

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