PHM0M3B014

3AA / 235lm / 12h


Intelligent Infrared Sensor LED Headlight, Hands-free Operation


Available in 2 colours
  • Free Projection Angle
  • Red Rear Light
2 Colours Available
  • Wave Hand for ON / OFF
  • 3 brightness levels
  • XP-G2 Cree White LED - Up to 235 Lumens
  • 2 Operation Methods - Manual Operation or IR Sensor Operation
  • Intelligent IR Sensor for Cree LED allows Remote Control when Hands are Dirty or Wearing Glove, like Fishing or Climbing
  • 3 Brightness Levels for Cree LED - HIGH, MED & LOW
  • New Reflector produces 145m Beam Throw
  • Red LED Indicator shows Stand-by Status of IR Sensor Operation Mode
  • Additional Ø5mm Red LED for Night Vision; SOS-Flashing for Emergency Use
  • Red Rear Light on Battery Pack for Safety Indication
  • Water Resistant
  • Operation

    Headlight
    MANUAL OPERATION
    Press the Operation Button to cycle through lighting modes as follow.
    CREE SENSOR MODE > CREE HIGH > CREE MED > CREE LOW > RED LED ON > RED LED SOS-FLASHING > OFF
    [Press OFF if stays at any mode over 3 seconds]
    CREE LED IR SENSOR OPERATION*
    Red LED Indicator will light up to indicate the stand-by status of IR Sensor Operation Mode.
    CREE ON > CREE OFF
    [Wave hand in front of the IR Sensor slowly to cycle through CREE ON and OFF]
    [Press the Operation Button to switch off headlight completely after use]
    *IR does not work with black rubber materials

    Rear Light
    ON > 2Hz FLASHING > OFF

  • Battery Type

    3 x 1.5V AA Alkaline Batteries [Included]

  • Bulb Type

    1 x XP-G2 Cree White LED
    1 x Ø5mm Red LED

  • Size

    Headlight 72mm x 53mm x 42mm
    Battery Pack 82mm x 51mm x 29mm

  • Weight

    194g [With Batteries]

ANSI
HEADLIGH CREE LED HIGH 235 LUMENS 5300cd 145m 12h
HEADLIGH CREE LED MED 120 LUMENS 2800cd 105m 20h
HEADLIGH CREE LED LOW 25 LUMENS 620cd 50m 250h
HEADLIGHT RED LED ON 4 LUMENS 45cd 14m 225h
HEADLIGHT RED LED SOS FLASHING NA NA NA 170h
REAR LIGHT ON NA NA NA 250h
REAR LIGHT 2Hz FLASHING NA NA NA 450h
* Flashing mode specifications cannot be measured by ANSI FL1 standard.
Flashing mode runtime is based on measurement of battery capacity change only.