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812 Illumination 10 ft Telescoping Light Balloon Tripod

SKU: 812-TRIPOD14//SHIPS FROM MANUFACTURER
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10 ft Telescoping Light Balloon Tripod

Note: Tripod only, the Light Ballon is available separately.

8:12 Illumination’s tripod is solidly constructed of steel and aluminum in 8:12 Illumination’s facility with the best quality materials. It extends to 10 feet off the ground and has a footprint of 50" x 50". It is built to withstand the daily abuse of work sites and is manufactured to resist harmful UV rays.  New design now with hand crank instead of manual lift. It is also designed to withstand high winds through a very stable base, wide footprint, and solid aluminum construction. Wiring the tripod down at all times while outside is recommended.

Tripod mounts are designed for quick and easy set up as well as portability. Each light is interchangeable between machine and tripod mount, giving the customer the ability to save money through mobility. The Tripod is designed and manufactured to be ideal for any job site. It ranges from 5’ to 14’ in height and higher as requested. 
  • Constructed of steel and aluminum
  • Extends to 10 feet off the ground
  • Footprint of 50" x 50"
  • Built to withstand the daily abuse of work sites
  • Newly designed tripod now with hand crank instead of manual
  • Designed to withstand high winds through a very stable base, wide footprint, and solid aluminum construction.
  • Wiring the tripod down at all times while outside is recommended.

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Q&A's:

"Do you sell the replacement balloon fabric on the illumination lighting? If so, how much is one?"

Yes we do. They are $243.75 replacement balloon plus shipping; Part # 400D. This would have to be ordered. If you decide to place an order for this

"Hey guys. Would you please mention the power consumption for this light and if LED what the equivalent light output is in wattage equivalent or Lumens? Thanks."

Greg, I just sent you 3 emails of the spec's for this light

"what is the voltage, lumens or lux and wattage."

Jesse we are sending you some cut sheets with the info you are looing for.