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Night Scan Powerlite Light Tower

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Night Scan Powerlite Light Tower

Will-Burt’s Night Scan Powerlite is a roof-mounted, fold-down light tower which requires no interior vehicle space. It is typically used for scene lighting and illumination on heavy-rescue vehicles, mobile command centres, airport ARFF vehicles or large wreckers. Opposable light fixtures provide equal scene lighting forward and backwards at the same time – 360˚ of light. Delivering up to 210,000 lumens of LED or Halogen scene light, the Night Scan Powerlite is ideal on any vehicle where maximum scene lighting is required. The Powerlite can be elevated with truck air or an optional onboard compressor.

The Night Scan Profiler is a space-saving scene light option for the Night Scan 3.0. Instead of two banks of lights, the Powerlite with Profiler provides widespread scene lighting with a single 3 light stack that is only 21 inches wide. While the Profiler is narrower in size, it provides a full 4500 watts of scene lighting in only 45 seconds with the push of one button. The Profiler has all of the same features as the Night Scan 3.0 with the exception of the dual-tilt remote control positioner.

Night Scan Powerlite 2.3 3.0 4.5
Height (ft. / m) 7.5/2.3 10/3 15/4.5
System Weight Range (lb.) / (kg) 125/57 – 179/81
Auto Deploy and Auto Stow® Yes Yes Yes
Time to Light 8 seconds 12 seconds 14 seconds
Number of Lights Available 4 – Night Scan XL 200 4, 6 or 12 4, 6 or 12
Light Type Available LED LED LED
Maximum Lumens 80.000 220,000 220,000
Full Pan and Tilt Light Positioning Yes Yes Yes
Opposable Light Fixtures Yes Yes Yes
VDC / Watts Maximum 12 or 24/500 12 or 24/1380 12 or 24/1380
VAC / Watts Maximum N/A 120 or 240/9000 120 or 240/9000
Profiler – Space-Saving Fixture Option No Yes – 2, 3 or 6 lights Yes – 2, 3 or 6 lights
D-TEC II® Power Line Detection System Option No Yes Yes
Beacon Light Option Yes Yes Yes
Color Option Standard Color White. Black Option for Additional Charge
*Wind Speed Survival (mph / km/h) 114 – 140/184 – 225 86 – 140/138 – 225 69 – 118/111 – 190
Operating Temperature -22°F to +149°F/-30°C to +65°C
*Varies depending on light package – 125% NFPA Safety Factor

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