PacAtlantic, Inc. Announces NEW line of Portable Lighting Systems for use in Emergency Situations by First Alert, Police, Security and Fire Fighters - Company & People News - @ JEMS.com


PacAtlantic, Inc. Announces NEW line of Portable Lighting Systems for use in Emergency Situations by First Alert, Police, Security and Fire Fighters


 
 

| Tuesday, December 13, 2011


SMP Electronics announces an exciting new portable emergency lighting system more powerful and more versatile than any thing currently available: SAMALITE HD200 Portable Lighting System comes in a Varity of models each designed to meet specific lighting requirements for first alert environment where nothing less than maximum lighting, light weight and equipment versatility is demanded.

Three battery types and two lighting elements comprise to produce up to 3200 Lumens for 6 Hr. and weighs only 3.75 Lb. Will withstand temperatures of 60° below Zero. Stable support base and 36” adjustable flood light mast. For more information please contact PacAtlantic, Inc. 153 Merion Way, Hainesport, NJ. 08036. Phone: 609-518-3521. Fax: 609-518-0772. Email: sales@pacatlantic.com.


 




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