Internet #206137389

Model #PWL21100TS

100-Watt (10,000 Lumens) LED Dual-Head Work Light with Tripod

  • Emits 10,000 Lumens of extremely bright white light
  • Light tilts up to 30 degrees down & 90 degrees up
  • Tripod is telescoping and extends up to 64 in.
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Product Overview

PowerSmith's LED Work Lights are 5X more energy efficient than halogen work lights. Integrated long-lasting LED bulbs never need replacing. Dual Head Work Lights tilt up to 30° down and 90° up to effectively light your work area. Heavy duty telescoping tripod for variable height. Brightness rating is 10,000 lumens. 5000K bright white light provides maximum visibility in work areas.

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Specifications

Details

Bulb Type
LED
Cord Length (ft.)
9
Cordless/ Corded
Corded
Electrical Product Type
Clamp/Handheld/Stand-up Work Light
Electrical Tools Features
Adjustable,Grounded Receptacle,Impact Resistant,Water Resistant
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor/Outdoor
Number of Light Bulbs
2
Product Weight (lb.)
15
Returnable
180-Day
Type of Work Light
Tripod
Wattage (watts)
100

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
ETL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
2 year

Questions & Answers

17Questions39Answers

Will this light run off of a modified sine wave inverter? Or does it need pure sine?

Asked by Bradarad47 August 16, 2018
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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.

Are these lights chargeable or do I have to have an outlet to use them

Asked by Marlene April 30, 2018
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You have to have an outlet to use it.

Can this be used outside in wet areas?

Asked by BUD December 27, 2017
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Yes

What is the CRI of these lights? (Color Rendering Index)

Asked by Corey September 14, 2017
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These are 5000K color spectrum bulbs.

How tall can the tripod be extended to?

Asked by marco August 1, 2017
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5 ft., 4 in.

Can this be operated on a 220V power supply?

Asked by Charlie July 3, 2017
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No. It would be an electrical hazard and may shorten life of product.

What is the LED component used in the work light?

Asked by trana June 2, 2017
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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.

What is the Color Rendering Index (CRI) of these lamps?

Asked by Jimbob May 20, 2017
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Hi Jimbob, daylight.

The spec says the tripod extends to 64"; Is that to the top of the tripod/bottom of light assembl...

Asked by BW April 15, 2017
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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.

Can these lights be adjusted from their initial position to 90 degrees straight down? Plan on us...

Asked by Puzzlemaster April 2, 2017
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No. They can only be adjusted from pointing straight up to 30 degrees down.

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These are amazing. I bought 2 of them to help light up our hunting spread while we set up. They l...
These are amazing. I bought 2 of them to help light up our hunting spread while we set up. They light up an enormous amount of land. When both are plugged into the generator, I would say we can light up 300 feet wide and 300 feet long area. We also used these inside while my brother was remodeling his house. They did the job there too. Extends up to 6.5 feet and both lights are able to rotate separately plus up and down.
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Very good lighting, doesn't get very warm, very durable, expensive. This was p...
Very good lighting, doesn't get very warm, very durable, expensive. This was purchased to replace an equivalent halogen worklight. This was considerably more expensive then the halogen, but I had grown tired of replacing bulbs in the halogen light. The bulbs would seem to fail at the most inopportune times, and it is hard to carry extra bulbs around, even in a Bulb Buddy case, and have confidence that they will still be intact when you need them. Almost a more significant issue with the halogen light was the heat output. When working in smaller spaces they would get quite warm with the halogen light, and you had to be careful about bumping the very hot light. Sometimes in the winter this would be welcome, but the rest of the time not so much. The reviews of this light were generally positive. Setup is is simple, and the attachment to the tripod is secure. There are individual switches for each head. Some users downchecked this light because of the tripod, but I haven't had any problems with it. Granted, it is not the beefiest tripod I have seen, not even as much as my halogen lights, but it seems to be sufficient for this purpose. It is not the sort of thing that generally takes a beating on a worksite. I think that my dual head 500W halogen light actually put out a bit more light, possibly because of the reflectors, but with this light, with both heads lit, there was more than enough light to illuminate any space I was working in. The heads and tripod had the same functionality as my halogen in terms of light aiming, and this tripod extends a bit higher then my halogen light did. The lights get warm to the touch (100W per head), but not enough to burn yourself, as you can, and will, with the halogen lights. It is simple to clean when worksite crud gets all over it, and you don't have to exercise the same care that you do when cleaning halogen bulbs. I take care not to beat the fixture up, but you don't have to handle it with the same care that you do with halogen. Overall, I have been very satisfied with this light. If lumens for the buck is the most important factor, you can't beat halogen, but if durability is any issue, LED is the way to go, and I don't believe there is a brighter LED worklight than this one. The only reason it didn't get five stars was because of the price.
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Awesome work-light. I'm using it for painting. I have used halogens, but they get too hot. I b...
Awesome work-light. I'm using it for painting. I have used halogens, but they get too hot. I bought a 2500 lumen LED work-light a few years back, and it solved the heat problem, but just wasn't bright enough. This light is very bright, doesn't get hot, and is easy to adjust to cover the area illuminated. It has a nice feature in that the light assembly can detach from the tripod and stand on it's own. It's a little pricey but worth the cost.
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Good sturdy stand. Very bright light. ...
Good sturdy stand. Very bright light.
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Extremely bright and durable lights! Easy to assemble. It was...
Extremely bright and durable lights! Easy to assemble. It was shipped in the box they came in and it was held closed by God's own mercy. Other than that, great purchase.
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Very bright lights
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Very bright sturdy tripod. Good value...
Very bright sturdy tripod. Good value
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Haven't actually used this yet, but my husband assembled it and turned it on. He is happy with it. Seems very sturdy and versatile, and it was bright.
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