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Peli launches new tactical torches

Posted 22 January 2018 · Add Comment

To support Law enforcement and military professionals, Peli Products is launching new tactical torches, the 7110, 7610 and the 7620.


The torches will be showcased at the GPEC Show in Frankfurt next month (20-22 February 2018).

The latest torches from Pel are designed to provide a highly robust solution for policemen and security professionals. These self-programmable models offer the DNA of the Peli tactical lights family, high performance standards and extraordinary resistance.

The 7110, 7610, and 7620 torches run with AA, CR123 and, at the same time, with rechargeable batteries. With this, users have the option to reload with more battery choices and stay in charge. This guarantees that professionals will never be without light when it is most needed.

The high-performance of the 7110 (up to 229 lumens), the 7610 (up to 185 lumens) and the 7620 (up to 387 lumens) are coupled with a full-time battery level indicator.

They offer five selectable programmes and four modes: high, strobe, medium and low, giving users the option to choose from different programs to suit individual needs. Three sizes are available for choosing the right fit: 7620 large (17,3 cm), 7610 medium (13,8 cm) and 7110 small (11,8 cm).

With innovative Anti-Reflective (AR) Glass Lens and ingress Protected (IPX8 Submersible) they withstand the harshest weather and extreme conditions during any mission. Manufactured with an extremely robust body of type III hard anodised finish, these tough and versatile torches are extremely well engineered.
 

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