DEWALT LED Area Lights with 20V MAX Multi-PortTM Battery Interface

DEWALT LED Area Lights with 20V MAX Multi-PortTM Battery Interface

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DEWALT® Launches New LED Area Lights with 18V / 20V MAX* Multi-Port Battery interface
 
Mississauga, Ontario – July 14, 2014 – DEWALT introduces two new professional-grade lighting solutions for the jobsite with the DCL060 (DC only) and DCL061 (AC / DC) LED area lights. These area lights are ideal for contractors who perform applications in dark or poorly lit work environments, including residential and commercial jobsites. Users will find that the light output by both the DCL060 and DCL061 is comparable to halogens, but with significantly less heat output. “DEWALT LED Area Lights provide lighting without the extreme heat that halogens produce,” says Stephen Blain, Cordless Manager, DEWALT. “When designing these new area lights, we wanted to address the heat output without diminishing the level of illumination, provide a more natural light color and give end users the convenience of cordless portability.” 
 
The DCL060 and DCL061 both supply 1500 lumens of clean light with few shadows and provide 6100K color temperature, which is beneficial to any professional end user who must distinguish between different colors when performing applications. For flexibility in use, the DCL061 can run on AC or DC power (power cord not included) and both the DCL060 and DCL061 include the Multi-PortTM interface, which allows the DEWALT 18V Lithium Ion and Nicad batteries or any of the 20V MAX* lithium ion batteries to power the light. 
 
The new area lights can run up to 2.5 hours when paired with a DEWALT 4.0 Ah battery (sold separately), and offer users a cooler, more efficient alternative than halogens.
 
The DCL060 and DCL061 bare units will retail for $99.00 and $119.00, respectively, and will be available in July wherever DEWALT products are sold. The area lights come standard with a three-year limited warranty, one-year free service contract, and 90-day money-back guarantee.
 
*Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 20 volts. Nominal voltage is 18.

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