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Solarforce L2M/L2P Single Emitter Carclo TIR Flashlight
Solarforce L2M/L2P Single Emitter Carclo TIR Flashlight

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Our Price: $70.00

Product Code: L2M-3.04-TIR-18500




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Description Technical Specs
This L2M has a unique driver/pill configuration that allows the light to use an 18500 battery instead of the usual 18350. A 26.5mm Carclo TIR is mounted in each L2 head with a seal that holds the optic centered and maintains proper spacing to the emitter. In addition, the copper pill used in this system has four times the mass and twice the contact area of a regular P60 drop in, so this system has excellent thermal characteristics. A thin AR PMMA high performance lens has been added to protect the TIR from scratches (the AR lens is not used on the Elliptical Head). The lens is AR coated, scratch resistant and has a light transmission rating of 98%. There are 5 TIR heads available: Plain Tight, Frosted Narrow, Frosted Medium, Frosted Wide and Elliptical. The elliptical head is very useful for a 'walking' light because instead of lighting up just the area ahead, it illuminates left and right as well. The elliptical head's low profile, wide pattern, mimics our natural view.

Solarforce designed the L2M host for an 18350 battery...because of the design of the PFlexPRO TIR drop in, the battery inserts partially into the bottom of the drop in. This extra space allows the light to use the larger, higher capacity 18500 battery.

The interchangeable head is also available with the L2P host using an 18650 battery.

The Plain Tight TIR will be installed with the Micro-Textured Lens to eliminate artifacts in be beam. The Plain Tight is the best choice if you're looking for more throw.

Output: 900+ lumens (with higher power bins)

Throw (tested with XML2 U3-2A):
Eliptical - 117 meters
Plain Tight - 228 meters
Frosted Narrow - 202 meters
Frosted Medium - 114 meters
Frosted Wide - 89 meters

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