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Emissive Energy Introduces INFORCE Weapon Light

March 22, 2012  | 

Emissive Energy's INFORCE WML White/IR. Photo: Emissive Energy
Emissive Energy's INFORCE WML White/IR. Photo: Emissive Energy

Emissive Energy Corp. has introduced the INFORCE WML, a multiple function law enforcement lighting system that produces 125 lumens of white light with a tight beam for close- to mid-range applications and balanced peripheral light for discernment of the surrounding area, according to the company.

Its high-power setting provides a two-hour run time. The low-power setting of 30 lumens provides 10 hours. Both WML White and WML White/IR models feature field-programmable white light intensities—from high-to-low or low-to high—and a strobe mode. A thumb-action twist of the WML White/IR model’s mode selection switch provides 75 mW of infrared light, without IR filters.

The INFORCE WML uses an angled activation button that facilitates operation without interference from wires or tape switches. The integrated rail clamping system is compact, convenient, and secure. Additionally, two distinct lockout systems are incorporated to avoid accidental discharge.

The INFORCE WML body is manufactured from fiber composite, making it ultralight and durable. A venting system reduces heat for superior LED performance. The light is water-resistant to 66 feet. Its length is 4.1 inches and its weight is 3 ounces. It comes with with one Lithium 123A battery.

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