Larson Electronics has experienced significant expansion into the film entertainment industry. Their line of industrial grade lighting products have proven to be a popular choice among set designers and film production specialists due to their high performance and modern designs which lend themselves well to the production of today's action and sci-fi thrillers.
Larson Electronics' EPL-48-2L made its cinema appearance in Warner Brother's film "Green Lantern" starring Ryan Reynolds, Blake Lively, and Peter Sarsgaard in June 2011. This four foot, two lamp fixture is designed to provide reliable and safe illumination in hazardous locations where dangerous flammable chemicals and vapors may be present. This T6 temperature rated fixture comes with two fluorescent lamps and options include T5HO, T12HO, and T8 lamps. The lamps are protected by heat and impact resistant Pyrex tubes and the fixture is constructed of copper free aluminum alloy.
The GL-3049H appeared in the last installment of the Batman film series "The Dark Knight Rises" in 2012. This remote controlled spotlight produces a 3,000 lumen light beam capable of reaching distances over 5,000 feet. The 35 watt HID Golight offers wireless remote pan and tilt control with two remotes and is finished in a durable black finish. The light is weatherproof and operates on 12 volts DC. This light is permanently mounted with an interlocking stainless steel mounting plate and ends in a one foot long pigtail for power. This light was also used in the GI Joe film production.
The Mecha-Monster movie "Pacific Rim", released in 2013, featured Larson Electronics' HAL-24-2L explosion proof fluorescent light fixtures. This 2 foot 2 lamp fixture is a good choice for use in applications wehre space is at a premium. This fixture comes standard with two T5HO bulbs that produce 2,000 lumens each. T12HO and T8 bulb options are also available upon request. With their modern appearance and clean aluminum finishes, these lights are certainly capable of fitting in with the futuristic appearance of a sci-fi movie set and has not escaped the notice of set designers.
Warner Brothers' film "I Am Legend" starring Will Smith and Alice Braga was released in 2007. Larson Electronics HML-6M played a role in this film being featured on a 50 caliber gun on a HUMVEE turret. The 35 watt Xenon bulb in this unit projects a 3200 lumen ouput beam that reaches a distance of approximately 1900 feet. A 200 pound grip, five inch magnetic base provides the mounting for this light. Power is provided by an optional 16 foot coil cord that ends in a cigarette plug or 21 foot cord ending in ring terminals. The HML-6M is designed and tested for off-road applications and is adapted to military specifications.
The HAL-48-2L from Larson Electronics made its big screen debut in 2012 in the film "Total Recall" starring Colin Farrell, Kate Beckinsale, and Jessica Biel. Featuring a clean and durable design, this four foot, two lamp fixture is built to provide workplace protection against inadvertent ignitions in the presence of flammable compounds. The fixture comes standard with two 54 watt T5HO lamps that produce a total lumen output of 10,000. Other lamp options include T12HO, T8, and T8HO. The lamps are protected by an aluminum framed shatter and heat resistant clear acrylic lens secured with ten draw latches and the fixture is constructed of copper free aluminum alloy.
A new film that is scheduled to be released in 2015 starring Liam Neeson, Ed Harris, and Joel Kinnaman called "Run All Night" features Larson Electronics' LEDLB-24E-IR infrared LED light bar. This light bar offers high infared light ouput and extreme durability for demanding operating conditions. This infrared light bar is waterproof to three meters and produces an infrared light beam 900' long by 100' wdie light that can only be seen through the use of night vision goggles. These lights run on any voltage ranging from 9 to 42 volts and provides an extremely rugged infrared lighting solution.
Recently, C4 Productions used Larson Electronics' EPLCD-48-2L for a film that is currently in progress. The EPLCD-48-2L is an explosion proof paint spray booth light mounted on a dolly cart that offers a versatile lighting solution for applications requiring exceptional work area lighting coverage. This explosion proof light and dolly cart offers an excellent lighting solution for operators who need illumination in unusual areas where traditional fixed mount lighting is obstructed or cannot effectively reach. Lamp options on this unit include T5HO, T12HO, T8, T8HO, T12HO, T12DHO, and T12VHO.
Not only have our lights debuted on the big screen, several television series have used our products as well.
The ML-4 from Larson Electronics will make its appearance on an episode of CBS' "Person Of Interest". Rumor has it, these lights will be used to spotlight criminals coming out of a bank after a very unsuccessful robbery. This 12 million candlepower spotlight enables the operator to control the position of the light beam and place the light securely on any metallic surface. It is equipped with an 80 watt sealed beam light that projects a beam that reaches 750 feet in distance.
The HL-85-HID was used by Andy to illuminate Jason during the finale of the second season of HBO's "True Blood". This 15 million candlepower handheld spotlight is an extremely rugged and powerful spotlight designed to provide maximum output and high reliability. This spotlight produces a 3200 lumen light beam capable of reaching over 2800 feet in length and can be user adjusted to produce either a tightly focused and intense spotlight beam or a wide floodlight beam. This light operates on 12 or 24 volts DC and includes a 16 foot coul cord with a cigarette plug for connection to vehicles, boats, ATV's and similar vehicles. Fangbanger productions also used the GL-8130-M for on camera use in the long running HBO series. This light offers a configurable handle so that the light can be used as a lantern or as a "top light" spotlight.