What do Lentry Light Model Numbers Mean?

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The main features of any portable Lentry® Light are clear at a glance by its model number. Model numbers indicate the unit’s power level, which lights it has, the height of those lights, and whether or not it includes a case.

Example model number:

Lentry Light model numbers explanation

The first digit is the power supply, either a 1 or a 2.

GENERATOR
1=1000 watt
2=2200 watt

Notice of change from Honda EU2000i to new EU2200i generator on select LENTRY Power and Light Systems

*2000W generators are now 2200W.

The next four letters indicate the light(s).

LIGHT HEAD(s)
OPUP = Optup halogen
TWHD = 2-Headed Optup halogen
WIDE = Panorama halogen
STAR = V-Star LED
SPEC = V-Spec LED
TWSP = 2-Headed V-Spec LED

Each S, X or H near the end represents one pole with a light and the height of that pole.

POLE(s)
S, SS, SSS = one, two, or three standard height poles
X, XX, XXX = one, two, or three XT height poles
H = one hi-lite height pole

Several models end with “-C”.

CASE
“-C” at the end means it is a model with the V-Spec LED case.

Learn more about dddLearn more about generators

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xxxLearn more about models with cases

All Lentry Light models are listed and compared side-by-side here, along with bid specs.

See also our page explaing how to choose a Lentry Light in four steps.


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