was designed to the highest standards from the ground up using the latest in electronic components. The result is a very powerful, reliable and rugged unit.Specifications
- Constant current of 20 milliamperes per LED (Constant current ensures each LED has the same output.)
- 60 High Intensity Red LEDs at 660nm wavelength (+/- 10nm), Approximately 197mW Total Output
- 55 High Intensity Near Infra-Red LEDs at 880nm wavelength (+/- 10nm), Approximately 228mW Total Output
- Frequency tolerance: +/- 1Hz
- Power Input: 12 Volts DC @ 1.0 Amps
Each LightWorks comes complete with:
- The LightWorks unit
- Operating Instructions
- One (1) International AC-DC Wall Adaptor
- One (1) Soft Carrying Case
- 3 Year Parts and Labor Warrant
International Voltage (220/240 Volt AC 50 Hz Mains) Requirements:
- LightWorks ships with an International Wall Adaptor intended for any voltage from 110VAC 60 Hz (North America) to 220/240 Volt AC 50 Hz Mains (as found in International Countries). Thus, you can use your new LightWorks virtually anywhere in the world (with the correct blade adapter).
- Additionally, the LightWorks may also be operated directly from a 12 Volt DC Battery, such as an automobile cigarette lighter. You will need to purchase an Adapter cord which plugs into the cigarette lighter that has a Center Positive, 2.1mm Plug. Radio Shack® usually has these Adapters.
Options for Powering the LightWorks:
In the event of a power outage here are some options for powering LightWorks:
may be operated directly from a 12 Volt DC Battery such an automobile cigarette lighter. You will need to purchase an Adapter cord which plugs into the cigarette lighter that has a Center Positive, 2.1mm Plug, like from Radio Shack®.
can be powered by a suitable solar panel. Keep in mind that most solar panel generators are used to re-charge a battery which in turn operates the unit. Therefore we suggest you use a solar panel (preferably a sealed Gel-Cel® type) to re-charge a 12 Volt DC automobile battery, then run LightWorks
directly from the battery. You will need to use a cord which has alligator clips on one end to attach to the battery terminals, and the appropriate Center Positive, 2.1mm Plug on the other end to plug into LightWorks
. Be careful with polarity! This type of cord with alligator clips on one end is probably not readily available, therefore you will to need to buy a cord and cut off the end that normally goes into the cigarette lighter, and solder your own set of alligator clips. Use a black and red alligator clips so you ensure polarity is correct each time you connect the circuit.
3. If you wish to operate LightWorks
directly from a solar panel you will need to use a 12 Volt DC output panel that is capable of supplying at least 2.5 Amps. LightWorks'
initial starting demands may require a higher output solar panel. That is why it is preferable to use a charged 12 Volt DC battery instead.
What About The Warranty?LightWorks
has a full 3 Year Parts and Labor Warranty