Acebeam L30 Torch 1098

Acebeam L30 Torch 1098 | Survival Supplies Australia

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Description

There's a new sheriff in town! Dazzling new L30 provides an unprecedented blast of 4,000 lumens from a weapons-mountable flashlight! Equipped with the very latest CREE XHP 70.2 chip and an innovative dual-switch user interface, there's nothing to touch the L30 in terms of form or function. The waterproof 162mm (6.38 inch) body is machined to take 1*18650, 1*20700, and also 2*CR123 rechargeable lithium-ion batteries while the 25.4mm (one inch) diameter battery tube, optional remote pressure switch and range of filters make it an ideal companion for any kind of weapon. The L30 is like a side-arm that takes shotgun shells - you definitely want it in your hand, not the other guy's.

Features

* LED: 1*Cree XHP70.2 LED with a lifespan of 50,000 hours
* Max. output 4000 lumens by using 1*20700 battery iincluded)
Firefly: 1 lm, 59 days
Low: 200 lms, 12 hours
Mid: 1000 lms, 2.5 hours
High: 2000 lms, 1.1 hours
Turbo: 4000 lms, 2 mins + 1 hour
Strobe: 2000 lms, 2 hours
* Working voltage: 3V - 8.4V
* Max. runtime: 45 days
* Max. beam distance: 373 meters
* Peak beam intensity: 34800cd
* Impact resistant under water: 1.2 meters
* Waterproof to IPX8 standard, 2m
* Size: 162mm (length) x 48mm (head dia.) x 25.4mm (body dia.)
* Weight: 168g without battery
* Aircraft grade aluminum body structure
* Premium Type III Hard Anodized Anti-abrasive finish
* Ultra-clear tempered glass lens with anti-reflective coating
* Strobe mode for tactical emergency use
* Smooth reflector for max. light output
* Tactical knurling for firm grip
* Streamlined body design
* Intelligent highly efficient circuit board design for max. performance and long time time
* Specially designed for Military, Law Enforcement, Self-defence, Hunting, Search & Rescue and outdoor activities

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