I recently posted on Facebook a video short by Whelen about a new product – the Pioneer Life LF35. Here’s take a closer look at this amazing new product.
The Pioneer LiFe™ LF35’s SlimLine™ optic is optimized for portable applications in order to control and focus light to work areas. Hard-coated lenses and solid-state electronics provide the durability you’d expect. A 3,500 usable lumens floodlight lens comes standard, and a 8° TIR spotlight lens is included.
Designed specifically for emergency responders, the light is easy to use with gloved hands. The impact resistant nylon housing is durable and the balanced design is easy to grab and go. The impact resistant glass reinforced nylon housing is available in Safety Yellow and the adjustable ratcheting mechanism allows for a 180° range of uninterrupted light. The LF35 meets NFPA 1901, 18.104.22.168 for all possible mounting orientations and the LF35 is IP67 rated for dust and water resistance.
The battery provides consistent 3,500 lumen output, and for long jobs the Battery Saver Mode will preserve output by running at a lower intensity. A full charge provides up to 3.5 hours of runtime at full intensity and up to 7 hours of runtime in Battery Saver Mode. Battery is built into the unit with short circuit and thermal protection and will fully charge in 4-5 hours, maintaining optimal lifespan. The battery is rated for more than 2000 charging cycles
INTELLIGENT INDUCTIVE CHARGER™
The LiFe LF35’s Intelligent Inductive Charger (IIC™) is specifically designed to work with Pioneer LiFe™ LF35 lights only. If foreign objects are placed on the charger, it will disable itself until the object is removed. There are no open contacts on the charger to compromise charging circuit and the IIC can be installed on a horizontal or vertical surface. The chargers are available in 12 VDC, 115 VAC, and 240 VAC for both U.S. and European markets.
Height: 7.59in (192.7mm)
Width: 9.17in (232.9mm)
Depth: 9.20in (233.7mm)
Weight: 7.5lbs (3.4kg)
Five year warranty
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