The light fantastic

LED Lenser’s latest high-performance torch could prove invaluable in police forensics work. The P7QC offers instant white, red, green or blue light from a single multi-coloured Cree LED light chip at the turn of a switch, with the blue setting designed for detecting trails of blood or operating in fog.

Mar 19, 2014
By Paul Jacques

White gives bright, general illumination, red preserves night vision while green enables wildlife observation at a light frequency that is not detectable by animals.

There are no filters, gels or mini-LEDs, just bright coloured light the moment you need it. There’s even a colour-coded selection guide on the barrel.

A prismatic diffusor inside the lens helps optimise light distribution across all colours up to 220 lumens brightness.

The P7QC has three separate light functions – power, low power and blink – generated by micro-chip-controlled ‘smart light technology’ and activated by a simple end cap dynamic switch on the outside that is easy to use even when wearing gloves. The user-friendly modular design features a robust, yet lightweight aircraft-grade aluminium housing weighing just 175g, while corrosion-resistant gold-plated contacts for better conductivity are designed to keep the P7Q running smoothly for up to 25 hours.

Beam distance is up to 60m and it comes supplied with a belt pouch, lanyard and 4xAAA batteries.

Also new from LED Lenser is the M3R, the smallest rechargeable flashlight in its range. Weighing 45g including battery, it still boasts an impressive output of 220 lumens. It has three light modes, power, low power and strobe, and a low battery message system near the power switch, shining red, yellow or green depending on battery status.

At barely 4in long it will clip comfortably into a shirt pocket while a generous burn time of up to six hours should cover most tasks during a daily shift. It can be recharged via a USB.

For further information

Tel:(0)844 5678 123

Email:sales@outdoor365.co.uk

Web:http://www.ledlenser-store.co.uk/

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