|LED Spotlight (battery-operated, optional remote control) Ref: LED-spot|
Fix it either with the hook-and-loop pad ("Velcro") or screws (both included). The spotlight takes three AA batteries. Duracell batteries included.
I have used many battery lights on my stall over the years, usually banks of LED lights which DO give a good 'general' light from above. The problem for most exhibitors is that they don't have tall shelves from which to hang lights (or they have huge mains-powered lights but half the time they have no electricity).
The LED Spotlight can be placed on the stall to point upwards at shelves and cabinets. And since the light will swing both round in a circle and up-down, it couldn't be easier to set up. You can, of course, stick or screw it anywhere, e.g. on the side of shelves to light up a cabinet, on the side of a cabinet to light up the stall
OPTIONAL REMOTE CONTROL
If, at home, you have a motion-sensor light perfectly placed, you might not need one of these, but most traders will leave their car, carrying valuables in the dark, THEN trigger their light as they walk up to the house. You need to be able to turn the light on BEFORE you leave the car!
The remote has a range of 16 feet it uses infrared, the (same as a TV remote); one remote can control up to 12 lights; there are two settings (i and ii) to control two sets of light independently. So place one under the eaves, in the porch, just inside a window pointing outwards (these are not designed to be weatherproof) - in fact, putting one just INSIDE a window makes it vandal-proof.
I you hold your finger on the remote's switch, the light dims; there's a holder for the remote control (also with a choice of hook-and-loo or screw-mount); the batteries should last about 80 hours.
OTHER USES (especially if you don't have mains electricity)
As a bedside light, so that you don't have to get out of bed to turn the light off. To light up deep cupboards where a light inside the door isn't good enough, and it's impractical to climb inside. For yards, sheds, garages, basements - fix it as high as possible, better than any torch!