Due to the fact that Akron ships most orders for their
lighting products within
days of receipt, David's does not stock all of the extensive combinations
available from them. Rest assured, if a light does have to be special
ordered, it will not take very long for your department to receive the
||The lights shown on this page represent
our most popular configurations of the Akron ExtendaLite product line. The
unit pictured to the left is a 12 volt model called the Day
Maker. Each head contains a combination spot/flood bulb. The
individual spot bulbs are rated at 200,000 candlepower and the individual
floods are rated at 100 watts. The entire lamp head assembly draws a
maximum of 24.9 amperes at 12 volts, DC. A three position switch on
the crossbar allows the operator to select from "Flood", "Spot", or "Off".
This light head is available on any pole type pictured on this page as
well as a pneumatic pole which is not shown. The pole in the picture
to the left is a "pull-up"
type. It is designed to be mounted on the side of a truck body or to
pass through the top surface of an apparatus body. The friction lock
is at the top where the operator would be to position the unit and lock it
||This light features the standard,
120 volt, 500 watt quartz head which is mounted on an ExtendaPod pole
assembly. (Picture to the right shows a 1000 watt light head) This light
can be installed on an apparatus body near an outlet and used as a fixed,
extending flood light. By pulling a knob and unplugging the unit, it
can be removed from the apparatus and transported to a location where
light is needed and then be supplied by an extension cord.
The ExtendaPod pole assembly is available with all of
the light heads pictured on this page. The standard pole allows the
light to be extended to a full 11 feet when set up as a tripod on the
ground and even higher when mounted on your apparatus.
|This light features the Beta 4000 light
head. The lower profile and smaller overall size make this unit attractive
where space is limited. This light head is available on all other
poles featured on this page.
The pole that is shown is a "Push-Up" style. It is
designed to be installed on a vertical, outside surface. The fiction
lock is at the bottom of the mounting system so the operator can remain at
ground level to raise, position, and lock the light in place. This
feature is very desirable in today's safety conscious atmosphere since it
keeps your personnel from having to climb around on the apparatus.