- IPX4 water-resistant
- 1 meter impact resistance tested
- LED Solid State Power Regulation provides maximum light output throughout battery life
- TEN-TAP programmable switch allows user to select one of three different programs
- Micro USB charge port u nder water resistant sliding cover. Rechargeable using supplied USB cord
- Anti-roll facecap
- Removable pocket clip; nylon holster included
- Serialized for positive identification
- RoHS compliant
The Pro Tac HL USB is a versatile tactical light that can charge from multiple sources and use three battery types; Streamlight rechargeable lithium ion battery, two CR123A batteries, or commercially available Rechargeable Li Ion cells. This light will charge from a laptop or most USB wall chargers. Multi battery versatility means you can always use primary disposable cells to power the light when a charging source is not available. Designed for use in all markets, it features a tail cap switch for momentary or constant on operation, three different user selectable programs and a pocket clip for convenience. The aluminum housing with Type II Military Spec anodizing helps make the light extremely durable and abrasion resistant. Packaged with a removable pocket clip and holster.
The multi-function, push-button tactical tail switch allows one handed operation of momentary, variable intensity or strobe mode. TEN-TAP programmable switch allows user selection of one of three different programs: high/strobe/low (factory default), high only, or low/medium/high. Digital control circuit that prevents overcharge. Charge indication LED: Red – Charging; Green – Charged. Fully recharges battery in 7 hours with Streamlight AC/USB adapter and charges the Rechargeable Lithium Ion battery in the product. The Streamlight Lithium Ion cell pack with on board safety circuit is rechargeable up to 1000 times. The light will also function if you install two 3V CR123A lithium cells, or a commercially available "Li Ion 18650 protected cylindrical 3.7V 2200-3100 mAh "button top" rechargeable battery" that has its own cradle charging system.