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Portable Lithium Ion Battery Packs Offered For 12 VDC Lighting

Portable Lithium Ion Battery Packs Offered For 12 VDC Lighting

Weather proof packs make lighting possible away from vehicles or generators.

Larson Electronics' Magnalight has introduced a pair of new lithium-ion battery packs for their extensive 12 VDC lighting lineup, to make low-voltage flood and spot light operation possible away from generators and vehicles.

The Magnalight RLI-12 and MBP-12-9 offer long run times and operation life because of their lithium-ion batteries. The RLI-12 weighs only three pounds but will handle an 8.8 amp hour current draw to power a 12 watt LED light for more than 3 hours, and requires only 2 hours to recharge after being fully drained.

An included wall charger allows users to recharge these packs from any standard 120 VAC - 240 VAC 50/60 hz wall outlet.

New battery packs for Larson Electronic's Magnalight applications make operation possible where 12 VDC power sources are unavailable.

Magnalight also offers the MBP-12-9 magnetic mount pack which is rated the same as the RLI-12 but features a steel frame and a 200-pound grip magnetic base for mounting on ferrous metal surfaces.

For more on the battery packs, and the Larson Electronics' Magnalight product list, visit, or call (800) 369-6671.

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