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Golight releases new Stryker ST Series light

Golight, Inc. has introduced its new Stryker ST Series remote-control LED and halogen searchlight with remote control.

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David Sickels is the Senior Editor of Fleet Equipment. He has a history of working in the media, marketing and automotive industries in both print and online.

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Golight, Inc. has introduced its new Stryker ST Series remote-control LED and halogen searchlight.

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“Our data suggested that being able to control two lamps independently or in tandem from a single remote-control unit and one lamp from multiple control units was a statistically critical feature, as was the elimination of remote-control crosstalk that can cause headaches and confusion when multiple wireless remote-control lamps are used in close physical proximity,” said Colt Hosick, director of product development for Golight. “The desire for less complex lamp and controller pairing and on-command return-to-home function was also highly ranked in our analysis.”

The Stryker ST’s newly-designed remote-control unit is powered by two regular AAA batteries. The new Stryker ST lets users pan and tilt simultaneously and comes with a unit selector function that enables a user to operate two Stryker STs individually or in synchronization, using a remote-control transmitter.

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The LED Stryker ST lamp employs 10 high-flux LEDs, producing 410,000-candela beam projecting to a maximum distance of 4,200 ft. The halogen Stryker ST lamp produces a 200,000-candela beam projecting to a maximum distance of 2,933 ft.

Both LED and halogen lamps come with a five-year unlimited warranty.

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