What is a Work and Trouble Light?
A trouble light, also known as a rough service light, drop light, or inspection lamp is a unique lamp used to light obscure places and able to handle moderate abuse.
How does a Trouble Light work?
Trouble lights are usually powered by an AC wall current and newer models often use LED arrays as the light source.
What are the advantages of LED technology?
LEDs produce brighter light using less energy so they last longer and require less maintenance. The typical lifetimes of LED bulbs are quoted to be 25,000 to 100,000 hours.
What are the applications for a Work and Trouble light?
Trouble Lights are made for use in hazardous areas like industrial and construction work sites. The light bulb is housed in a protective cage and a handle that are molded to form a single unit. It also features a long power line to reach great distances.