Doosan Infracore Portable Power updated its Ingersoll Rand LightSource light tower for improved lighting output and distribution.
The light tower uses a standard 6-kilowatt generator and operates four 1,000-watt, metal halide floodlights for up to 52 hours of continuous operation. The new metal-halide floodlights provide a NEMA 6 x 7 beam spread for better coverage.
The LightSource fixture design features a side-mounted/ horizontally positioned bulb in each rectangular floodlight for a broader light distribution of 460 foot-candles, a 16 percent improvement from previous models.
The light tower’s control panel includes individual lamp switches, GFI-protected 120-volt/15-amp duplex, standard 240-volt/20-amp twist-lock receptacles, key switch ignition and an hour meter.
The heavy-duty galvanized steel tower is a three-section mast that extends from 12 to 30 feet and can be raised by either dual, hand-operated winches or optional electric winches. At full mast with all four outrigger/jacks secured, the unit can withstand winds up to 65 miles per hour. It can be rotated 360 degrees and locked into position for precise aiming.
For travel, the light tower is ensured with a standard combo hitch, two-light towing package, side markers and reflectors. All critical wiring is extended to the drawbar to enable easy hookup. The 3,000-pound axle ensures easy travel on and off the jobsite and the machine’s low center of gravity provides a high resistance to rollover.
The LightSource is equipped with a Kubota D1105-E3BG, 1,800-rpm water-cooled Tier 4 engine and is coupled with a brushless, single-phase 6-kilowatt generator.
For more information on the updated LightSource light tower, visit Doosan’s website.