Streamlight Introduces Its 540 Lumen Headlamp The ProTac HL® Headlamp.

ProTac HL® HeadlampStreamlight, Eagleville, PA announced today that it is offering a new high output headlamp that it will market as the ProTac HL®.  The new headlamp will have a maximum output of 540 lumens illuminating up to 172 meters. The light ships with both an elastic headstrap for use with a helmet and an adjustable elastic strap. Other features include:

  • A wide beam to light an entire area
  • Features TEN-TAP™ programming, which allows the user to select one of three different programs:
  •  
    1. High/medium/low (factory default)
    2. High only
    3. Low/medium/high        
  • Three lighting modes:
    • High for super-bright light with far-reaching beam distance; 540 lumens, 7,400 candela; 172m beam distance; runs 1.75 hours
    • Medium for bright light and longer run times; 95 lumens,1,200 candela; 69m beam distance; runs 8 hours
    • Low for extended run times and when a less intense beam is ideal; 18 lumens; 250 candela; 31m beam distance; runs 36 hours
  • Solid State power regulation provides maximum light output throughout battery life
  • 90 degree tilting head reduces neck fatigue
  • Powered by two 3V CR123A lithium batteries (included)
  • Anodized aluminum construction; gasket-sealed, glass lens
  • IPX4 water-resistant; 1 meter impact resistance tested
  • Ships with rubber helmet strap installed; also includes adjustable elastic headstrap
  • 6.8 oz. (187g)
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