Tactical LED Handheld Flashlight, Aluminum, Maximum Lumens Output: 900, Black
- Item # 49XJ36
- Mfr. Model # PD32V2
- Catalog Page # 542
- UNSPSC # 39111702
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- Item Handheld Flashlight
- Flashlight Grade Tactical
- Light Technology LED
- Rechargeable No
- Flashlight Battery Size CR123
- Lumens 900/400/5
- Lumens Range Greater Than 750
- Maximum Lumens Output 900
- Run Time on High Setting 2 hr.
- Flashlight Body Material Aluminum
- Body Color Black
- Length 5.10"
- Body Dia. 0.75"
- Safety Rated Not Safety Rated
- Number of Batteries 2
- Batteries Included No
- Battery Burn Time 1.9/4/260 hr.
- Lamp Life 50,000 hr.
- Switch Type Dual Body
- Beam Distance 240m
- Lens Material Glass
- Water Penetration Rating IPX8
- Light Output Modes High / Medium / Low
- Flashlight Beam Type Spot
- Special Light Output Mode SOS, Strobe
- Drop Rating 1.0m
- Peak Beam Intensity 14,400cd
- Manufacturers Warranty Length Lifetime
- Includes Clip, Holster, Lanyard, Spare O-Ring, Spare Rubber Switch Boot
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