NightSearcher WorkStar SMT Portable Rechargeable Floodlight

This unit is called the WorkStar, this is
a new version called the WorkStar SMT. Again, based on the principle of it uses a SMT style
PCB to give a wider spread floodlight. So over the standard Workstar, which was more
spot optics, this one is more flood, making it ideal for indoor applications. So if you
are working for a council in void property and you have no power and no access to any
mains power, this unit is ideal for temporary floodlighting. The unit itself is very lightweight, very
portable. It will operate for 4 hours on continuous power, 8 hours on half power. At the rear
here, you have your mains and vehicle chargers, so you have your mains adaptor (USB), and
you have your 12 volt cigar socket, again by USB. Essentially you just plug the unit
into the rear here, so you can keep your chargers stored safely when you are in transit mode. It also had a USB power take-off adaptor here,
again, in an emergency, you can fully recharge your mobile phone from the device here. So
you just pull the socket out, plug the USB in, and then you can recharge your mobile
phone from it. So to operate the USB, you flick the switch to the left, and then it
will start charging your mobile phone. On the right hand side is your full and half
power. So to operate it at full power, flick it once, flick it off, flick it again and
that changes your modes of power. It has a lithium-ion battery so it doesn’t require
any kind of battery management whatsoever, and it is a nice powerful floodlight – 2200
lumens with enough light output to illuminate a room. The WorkStar unit already comes attached to
these feet here so you can stand it up for some extra stability on uneven ground, works
fine. If for any reason you want to elevate it up, to illuminate trenches or to light
up a room or a greater area, all you would do is undo the hand-wheel here, and then you
just turn the hand-wheel provide on the existing tripod (which raises up to 1.7 metres) and
undo the hand-wheel here, and it slots into place. And then tighten. Then using the handles here, you can put the
angle of the light head at an optimum angle to light up an area.

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