EagleTac D25C
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EagleTac D25C

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EagleTac D25C Spec

LED Brightness Level Waterproof Specifications (Width, Length,Diameter) Weight Battery
CREE XM-L U2 4/7 output levels IPX-8 7.5cm (L) x 2cm (Body) x 2cm(Head) 29g 1 x CR123A / 1 x RCR123
ANSI/FSC General Mode
  Turbo High Mid Low
Output (LED lumens) XM-L U2 Led 397 260 29 1
Output (OTF lumens) XM-L U2 Led 277 182 22 0.5
Runtime 0.9h 1.6h 10h 150h
Distance(102 m)        

 

  • Battery
    1 x CR123A battery
    Operating Voltage Range: 1.8V to 3V
    (also compatible with 3.7V RCR123A /16340 li-ion, see below for details)

    Output
    XM-L U2
    LED Lumen: 397 / 260 / 29 / 1
    OTF Lumen: 277 / 182 / 22/ 0.5

    Above output has moon-mode enabled, with moon mode is disabled: - lowest output increases by about 6 times, to 4 lumen, and the second lowest output doubles, to around 65 lumen

    Top binned Cree XM-L U2 for maximum output

    Runtimes
    (Turbo/high/low/moon)
    0.9/1.6/10/150+ hours

    *Using 3.7V RCR123A li-ion direct drives the LED at maximum current level (up to 750 LED lumen from XM-L and about 550 LED lumen from XP-G/XT-E). Limit each usage to less than five minutes (or less than one minute each with freshly charged li-ion for the first couple times). Hold the light in your palm to help removing heat from the LED. If you find the flashlight too warm to hold, turn off the light to allow the light to cool down. Do not leave the light running unintended. When using li-ion, all brightness levels will become the highest output (except the lowest mode). Expected runtime is about 20-30 minutes.

    Cool white bin only available
    • Length:2.9 inch (7.5cm)
    • Body Diameter: 0.78 inch (2cm)
    • Head Diameter: 0.78 inch (2cm)
    • Body Weight (excluding batteries): 1 ounce (29grams)
    • O ring
    • holster
    • lanyard
    • user manual


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