Fluorescent Lantern

Item No. 6D
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Emergency fluorescent lanterns are great for disaster preparedness. Provides wide area of illumination for your shelter. Adjustable settings to control battery-life.
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BENEFITS & DESCRIPTION

The fluorescent lantern provides hours of continuous light in any type of emergency. It provides a wide area of illumination and with it's single and double bulb illumination, you control whether it provides a bright light for conducting work or a weaker illumination with longer lasting battery life.

Why do you need a fluorescent lantern?

The fluorescent lantern has many uses. It can be kept with your emergency kit to provide light during power outages. It can be used when camping or enjoying other outdoor events. It can even be used to supplement current lighting in areas that do not have a convenient power source.

FEATURES & SPECIFICATIONS

SKU:     6D
Brand:     Stansport
Weight:     2.1 lbs.
Needs Supplied:     emergency light
Dimensions:     
1 lantern: 5.5" x 5.5" x 12"
Case (12/Case):17.5" x 13" x 24"
Power Source:
  1. 6 each "D" size batteries
  2. 12V cigarette lighter adapter (included)
Battery Life:     
  • 12 hours (2 bulb function)
  • 24 hours (1 bulb function)
Light Source:     two 6" 4W fluorescent tubes
Disaster Usage:     earthquakes, hurricanes, tornados, tsunamis, winter storms, floods
Features and Functions:     on/off switch is a 3 position switch allowing single and double bulb illumination
Instructions:      Turn on/off switch to off, the middle position. Install batteries or connect included 12V adapter cable to car cigarette lighter and the other end into the lantern. Turn on power switch to illuminate 1 or 2 bulbs, depending on whether you need long battery life or bright light.

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Emergency fluorescent lanterns are great for disaster preparedness. Provides wide area of illumination for your shelter. Adjustable settings to control battery-life.
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