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Powerful white LED headlamp and helmet light provides up to 120 lumens of focused and panoramic light. This waterproof and fire resistant headlamp features an adjustable tilt to aim light where needed. A red rear safety LED helps you be seen on scene. Elastic strap permits wear on forehead. Silicone strap is for use with safety helmets including firefighter and rescue helmets. The included helmet hold down helps secure the strap to hard hats. Runs on 4 AA batteries. Used for: industrial (inspection, maintenance, repair, confined space), rescue a host of other professional applications along with general use.

FoxFury Discover Tasker S Helmet Light / Headlamp

PT#: 480-009S

FoxFury Discover Tasker S Helmet Light / Headlamp

:: Specifications

  • LIGHT CHARACTERISTICS Light Output & Runtime 120 lumens | 4.5 hours | High 54 lumens | 11.5 hours | Low Light Color & Wavelength or Color Temperature White 5800 K Power Consumption 9W Modes 2 (Low, High) Beam Angle 38 degree Maximum Beam Distance
  • POWERED BY: Power Source 4x AA batteries Batteries NOT included
  • SIZE & WEIGHT Dimensions: (WxDxH) 2.8in (70 mm) 1.0in (25 mm) 0.6in (15 mm) Unit Weight 9.4 oz (266 g), What's Included Silicone Strap, Elastic Strap
  • FIT Fire Helmet Fit YES* (is used with silicone strap) Hard Hat & Safety Helmet Fit, YES* (is used with silicone strap)
  • Operating Temperatures With silicone strap 14, Waterproof 9.8 ft (3 m), Impact Resistant 9.8 ft (3 m), Fire Resistant With Silicone Straps. Yes - meets NFPA 1971-2007 Fire Resistant Requirements: 500F / 260C for 30 minutes
  • WARRANTY 24 months
  • OPTIONS Optional Accessories Replacement Elastic Strap, Replacement Silicone Strap - Black, 3D Fury Glow, Silicone Strap, Discover Replacement Lens

:: Features

  • Offers panoramic and focused lighting
  • Lens can be replaced
  • Adjustable tilt Rear safety LED (red)

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