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Streamlight Debuts High Lumen Light

September 12, 2012  | 

Photo courtesy of Streamlight.
Photo courtesy of Streamlight.

Streamlight has introduced the ProTac HL, a high lumen light that delivers 600 lumens and 16,000 candela peak beam intensity, the company announced.

The ProTac HL is Streamlight's first programmable, handheld, lithium battery-powered flashlight.

The ProTac HL, which features Streamlight's new TEN-TAP programming, enables users to select among three programs to suit their preference or operating needs: high/strobe/low; high only; or low/high.

In addition to its high lumen light and candela output, the ProTac HL provides a run time of one hour and 15 minutes and a beam distance of 253 meters on the high setting. On the low setting, the light delivers 33 lumens and 800 candela over a beam distance of 57 meters, and 18 hours of runtime. The strobe setting provides 2.5 hours of continuous run time.

The ProTac HL features a C4 LED with a 50,000-hour lifetime. The light is fabricated from 6000 series machined aircraft aluminum with an anodized finish, and includes a convenient multi-function, push-button, tail switch.

The ProTac HL measures 5.40 inches in length and weighs 5.6 ounces. It features an anti-roll face cap and a removable pocket clip for attachment to a vest, belt, or pocket. The light also has an IPX7 rated design for waterproof operation to one meter for 30 minutes.

The ProTac HL is available in black and retails for $130.

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Ima Leprechaun @ 9/14/2012 3:54 AM

16,000 peak means in english its that bright when first turned on but that power degrades quickly. What is the average candela over 30 mins that would be a more accurate light measure.

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