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AVEO THE AVIATOR FLASHLIGHT

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Part# 11-15181
MFR Model# AVE-FLA-001

Overview

FAR/DO160 Compliant Aircraft Flashlight Series.
  • World-Class AveoTM circuitry
  • Ni-MH rechargeable batteries
  • Fixed 25 Lens
  • Single color light (White)
  • Steady, strobe and SOS function
  • Dimming Stepless slide-switch 0-100%
  • Charge level indicator on the flashlight
  • DO-160G Environmentally qualified
  • Anodized aluminum construction
  • Black anodizing color
  • IP68 Waterproofness
  • DC Battery charger included
  • Charging/Mounting cradle option (not included)
  • Low EMI, low self-discharge, overheat protected
  • Private logo/label available

Specifications

Dimensions (mm):
49 mm x 212 mm
Dimensions (inches):
1.93 x 8.35
Weight (g):
395 g
Weight (lb):
0.87 lb
Lighting Modes:
White with separate pushbuttons for ON / OFF, STROBE / SOS and a sliding switch for dimming
Activation:
2 Switches (1x ON/OFF, 1x STROBE & SOS)
Beam angle:
25
Operating Time:
100% brightness (700 lumens)
50% brightness (350 lumens)
10% brightness (70 lumens)

approx. 1 hour
approx. 2.5 hours
approx. 6.5 hours
Charging Time:
approx. 1 hour
Charging:
DC connector (cradle is not supplied)
NFC Monitoring:
No
G-Load of Cradle:
Cradle is not supplied
Emergency Locator Transmitter:
No
Ambient Temperature:
from -55C to +85C
from -67F to +185F
Overheat Protection:
YES (+85C)
Waterproof, Dust-proof,
Shock-proof, Vibration-proof:
YES

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