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Pelican Unveils First Product Developed
By Advanced Area Lighting Group

Recently acquired division designs new Remote Area Lighting Systems (RALS)

Pelican Products, Inc. Press Release - 8/22/2008
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9430 Remote Area Lighting System (RALS)

9430 Remote Area Lighting System (RALS)

TORRANCE, Ca. - Pelican™ Products, Inc., announced today that their Advanced Area Lighting Group, has rolled out the 9430 Remote Area Lighting System (RALS), a compact, 22-pound, portable area lighting system, as their first product.

Built with versatility in mind, the system features a swiveling telescope mast (extends to nearly 3 feet), a 360 degree articulated light array and a wide area handle for easy gloved grip and transport.

The 9430's 24 next-generation LEDs and dual power mode (with water-proof switch) radiates 2,000 lumens in high and 1,000 in low. Powered by a 15-hour rechargeable battery, the system offers up to 8 hours of peak brightness and takes 7 hours to be fully charged.

With an extremely durable, water-resistant, polymer construction the 9430 is available in black and yellow. The system has an MSRP of $800.00, and, like all Pelican products, comes standard withthe Pelican Products Legendary Lifetime Guarantee of Excellence: "You break it we replace .... forever."™

This year Pelican launched the Advanced Area Lighting Group (AALG), now known as Peli AALG Ltd. to focus on bringing environmentally sustainable, energy-efficient and powerful Light Emitting Diode (LED) lighting products to market.

About Pelican Products, Inc.

Pelican™ Products, Inc. is the global leader in the design and manufacture of advanced lighting systems and virtually indestructible cases with distribution centers in Barcelona, Spain, Edmonton, Canada, Tokyo, Japan, Shanghai, China, and Adelaide, Australia. The company was acquired in 2005 by private equity firm Behrman Capital. For more information, visit or

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