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LED Lenser P7.2 QC

Product Description

LED Lenser P7.2QC offers the opportunity to select from 4 lighting colors, thanks to simple rotation of the mode regulator. With up to 220 lumen* in white light mode, it is an extremely practical every day flashlight. The adaptable colours make the Led Lenser P7.2QC the ideal torch for night flying.

Product ID: 2202

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89.99
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Description

Product Description

LED Lenser P7.2QC offers the opportunity to select from 4 lighting colors, thanks to simple rotation of the mode regulator. With up to 220 lumen* in white light mode, it is an extremely practical every day flashlight. The adaptable colours make the Led Lenser P7.2QC the ideal torch for night flying. Red light maximally preserves the pilot’s night vision, while green offers the ideal compromise between night vision and chart readability. The color can be easily adjusted during operation of the LED Lenser P7.2QC. The new prism diffuser ensures optimum light distribution in all wavelength ranges that can beset.

 

Properties

  • Multicolor Power LED
  • Maximum Luminous flux: 220 Lumen
  • Minimum Luminous flux: 40 Lumen
  • Maximum beam distance: 60m
  • Minimum beam distance: 20m
  • Maximum burning life: 25 hours
  • Minimum burning life: 3 hours

Technical data

  • Power: 4 x AAA 1.5V
  • Energy Tank:7 2 Wh
  • IP protection class: IPX4

Size & Weight

  • ·Length flood: 132,2mm
  • ·Head diameter: 37mm
  • ·Weight (w/o) packaging: 175g

Tip

The LED Lenser P7.2QC is designed to be equipped with non-chargeable AAA 1.5V batteries. Unfortunately, rechargeable batteries only have a 1.2V current affecting maximum burning life. Therefore, to reach maximum burning life, we recommend non-rechargeable AAA 1.5V batteries.

 

 

 

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