The PowerSmith PWL21100TS has a power adapter which can accept a wide range of voltage (110-240V) and modified sine wave. It can work fine with a generator or other power supply without pure sine wave.
You have to have an outlet to use it.
These are 5000K color spectrum bulbs.
5 ft., 4 in.
No. It would be an electrical hazard and may shorten life of product.
There are 100 LED bulbs in each light. They don't give the specs/compenents of the LEDs used. Try their customer service # 888-552-8665.
Hi Jimbob, daylight.
Assuming that nothing has changed in the design, when my tripod is fully extended and the lights are mounted on it, the tops of the light heads are 77 inches off the floor with the heads aimed horizontally. It would probably be about 3 inches shorter with the heads aimed vertically. You can actually make it a little bit taller (2-3 inches) if you change the alignment of the tripod feet to bring them closer together. That will also make the tripod less stable by making the base smaller, but I have done it. So far I haven't knocked the thing over when doing that, but the thing is definitely a bit top-heavy when set it up that way. The 64 inches would be the measure to the top of the extended tripod, not including the light head. I have found that it works very well for mudding ceilings, particularly because the very high contrast of the light helps you see imperfections easily (sometimes too easily). If the ceilings you are working on are tall, it could be a hindrance because of shadowing, which may mean moving the light around more as you work.
No. They can only be adjusted from pointing straight up to 30 degrees down.