Lighting the scene during fire fighter training

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James took these photos during fire department training (which took place here at our facility one November evening) to demonstrate how well Lentry® Lights function as emergency lighting and scene lighting. He and his fellow fire fighters were practicing bailing out of a second-floor window. This is something a fire fighter might be forced to do and practice helps!

Only a few pictures are shown here; see all photos of this training on Facebook.

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During the training, an all-terrain Lentry Light lit the scene as if it were daylight. This reduced anxiety and let the fire fighters focus on overcoming their fears of heights. Improving visibility improves safety of the fire fighters and potential victims and reduces confusion and anxiety.

The Lentry Generator & Light System being used here is model 1STARX. It stands up to 9 feet tall and has the 1000-watt generator, of which only 240 watts was needed to power the 20,000 lumen V-Star LED.

LED generator-light in the foreground lighting firefighters in the background.

LED in the foreground; firefighters in the background.

Fire fighter bails out the second floor window head-first!

Fire fighter bails out the second floor window head-first!

LED in the background lights firefighters in the foreground.

LED in the background lights the scene.

Comrades oversee another fire fighter as he bails out.

Fellow fire fighters watch as their comrade bails out.

The team can see the outdoor scene from inside the structure.

The team can see the outdoor scene from inside the structure.


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