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Clore Introduces COB LED Flood Light Model LNC2150

The light combines advanced COB technology, high lumen output, dust/water-resistant housing and a micro-USB charging system.

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Clore Automotive recently introduced the 1000-lumen COB LED A/F/S Light, Model No. LNC2150, from Light-N-Carry.

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Light-N-Carry A/F/S lighting solutions provide bright illumination, long run times and easy recharging, according to the company. The LNC2150 combines advanced COB technology, high lumen output, dust/water-resistant housing and an easy-to-use micro-USB charging system.

The LNC2150 features three intensity settings (1,000/500/300-lumen), allowing the operator to select the setting that best meets their needs based on the application performed. Its A/F/S light function is powered by advanced COB LED technology for clear, bright viewing; elimination of hard edges; cool, pleasing light; and low power consumption, according to the company.

The LNC2150 features a 180-degree swivel arm with magnetic mounts and hardware mounting holes to allow it to be mounted in a variety of methods. Its anodized-aluminum housing provides IP64 dust/water ingress protection for durability in tough work environments. The unit also functions as a USB power bank to charge small electronics. Backed by a one-year limited warranty, it includes a coupon for a one-time, fixed-fee service after the warranty period has ended.

Clore Automotive products can be found in a wide variety of outlets servicing professionals and automotive enthusiasts, including auto parts stores, mobile tool dealers, industrial MRO distributors, farm and ag outlets and more. More information can be found at www.cloreautomotive.com.

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