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Olympus Maxi 20K Rechargeable SLA Floodlights

Battery sizes are 24Ah Li-ion.

The Solaris Maxi 20K rechargeable SLA floodlights are designed for temporary lighting of large areas, such as scenes of emergency. The new and improved Solaris Maxi 20K has a 20 000 lumen light output, a runtime of up to 28 hours, and is easy to set up anywhere in under 2 minutes. The floodlights have a virtually unbreakable polyethylene casing with a polycarbonate lens and come with a telescopic, space-saving, lightweight aluminium pole and a coiled lead to avoid trip hazards.
The Solaris lights are truly the best replacement for generator-powered halogen floodlights, as they are fully portable, emit no noise, and run cool, making them safe for confined spaces and easy to transport and store.
The Solaris range is ideal for use on construction sites, railway and underground transportation works, military, emergency, and police applications.
 Key features: 
  • 20,000 lumen light output
  • 50-meter beam
  • Rechargeable SLA battery powerpack with runtime of up to 18 hours (24 AH) 
  • Compact design, folds down to 40 cm
  • Quick and easy to assemble, ready to use in under 2 minutes
  • A virtually unbreakable polyethylene casing with polycarbonate lens
  • Coiled lead to avoid trip hazards
  • Adjustable 3-section part with safety locking pins
  • Battery status indicator
  • Robust, weatherproof construction
  • Easy to transport and store
  • A lightweight telescopic aluminium pole extending to 1.5 metres

Supplied with: 

  • AC charger

Optional Extras:

  • 5-way multi-charger

Lumen 20000 lumens
Beam Distance 50m beam
Run time 2.15–18 hours of runtime
IP Rated IP44

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