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Southwire’s ProBuilt 4-Foot LED Shop Light

ProBuilt 4-Foot LED Shop Light

Looking to replace those old fluorescent lights from the workshop? Everyone else is doing it. And, why not? LED lighting provides energy-efficient, cost-effective lighting that lasts darn near forever and installs easily. Plus, LED lights shine brighter, generate less heat, and won’t emit UV/IR light like fluorescents. With all that said, ProBuilt has released a new LED lighting solution, should you find yourself in the market for a new lighting system for the workshop. The Southwire ProBuilt 4-Foot LED Shop Light is available now, and it comes with all the features you need for an easy transition into the brightly lit wonder that is LED ownership.



ProBuilt 4-Foot LED Shop LightAbout the Southwire ProBuilt 4-Foot LED Shop Light

With a light output of 4,500 Lumens, this new LED shop light has a lighting range of 15 ft. It features a polycarbonate lens to help with light clarity and unit durability. Like you might expect, this model also features an on/off pull chain.

Installation is simple. The ProBuilt light includes chains for hanging the unit, as well as “S” hooks for attaching the unit to the chains. ProBuilt constructs their new shop light housing from durable, lightweight aluminum. This unit weighs in at a mere 3.84 lbs.

The ProBuilt 4-Foot LED Shop Light also includes a port in the housing for linking up multiple units. Up to ten lights can be linked together on one plugin.

To learn more, visit ProBuiltLighting.com.
ProBuilt 4-Foot LED Shop Light

Final Thoughts

Like I said earlier, if you happen to be in the market for an overhaul to your current lighting situation, you would do well to make the switch to LED lighting. These are a viable option as far as shop lights go from a manufacturer that understands industrial lighting. With the capability of linking up to 10 lights on one plugin, Southwire’s ProBuilt 4-Foot LED Shop Light has the potential to replace lighting systems in garages and manufacturing shops as well.

Southwire ProBuilt 4-Foot LED Shop Light Features

  • “S” Hooks
  • Port For Interlinking Units
  • On/Off Pull Chain
  • LED Strips
  • Polycarbonate Lens
  • Chains For Hanging Unit
  • Durable Aluminum Housing

Southwire ProBuilt 4-Foot LED Shop Light Specs

  • Model Number: 111513
  • Lumens: 4,500
  • Lighting Range: 15 Ft.
  • Bulb Type: LED
  • Lamp Life: 50,000 hrs.
  • Kelvins: 5,000
  • Watts: 42
  • Amp Draw: 0.4
  • Linking Units: 10 Max
  • Voltage: 120
  • Tested: cUL
  • Weight: 3.84 lbs
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Roger Murray

No prices. No sale.

Mike

Replaced fluorescent tube and bulbs through the basement with four foot LED shop lights and troffers in a suspended ceiling. Replaced 200 watt bulb in garage with eight foot LED fixture. Unbelievable amount of light with lower energy use. LED is absolutely the way to go.

Paul Griffin

Add a 4’ led over my workbench a few weeks ago. What’s difference. 👍

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