by NRA Staff - Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Streamlight has introduced a new version of its rechargeable HID LiteBox searchlight, with a 12-volt DC power cord to allow for continuous operation.
The HID LiteBox searchlight features High Intensity Discharge technology to provide users with a light that can illuminate objects out to a mile away. This new model gives users the flexibility of using the battery or plugging into a DC power source.
The lantern combines a 35-watt Xenon lamp with Streamlight's deep-dish parabolic reflector technology to deliver 3,350 lumens and one million candela peak beam intensity. The searchlight produces a long-range focused beam that is ideal for search and rescue operations and illuminating public areas, roadways or accident scenes.
It includes a 10-foot cord that can be plugged into a 12-volt DC power source, and has a zero-maintenance 12-volt, 7.2 Amp/hour sealed lead acid rechargeable battery is rechargeable up to 500 times, and operates the HID lamp for up to 1.75 hours per charge.
Other Features Include:
• Weatherproof, high-impact ABS thermoplastic housing
• Cushioned grip handle
• Reinforced D-rings that allow attachment of an included shoulder strap
• Vehicle Mount System
• Available in Orange
For more information, go to Streamlight.com.
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