Fenix lights at the NSC Expo!
Fenixlight, the flashlights manufacturer, will showcase its latest products at the National Safety Council Expo in Indianapolis, end of September
Fenixlight, Ltd. will be exhibiting at the 2017 National Safety Council Congress and Expo. To be held on September 23-29 in Indianapolis, the NSC Congress and Expo will bring together over 15,000 safety, health and environmental professionals from around the world to learn best practices, network and compare safety solutions.
Fenix will be exhibiting at booth 1019, showcasing some of its latest products in the field of tactical and utility illumination, as well as some of its newest entries in the industrial and Search & Rescue segment.
The Fenixlight TK65R is a tough flashlight providing high performance for a broad range of safety, private security, and law enforcement applications. Fitted with a Cree XHP70 LED, the TK65R emits a powerful (3200 Lumens) beam at the staggering high distance of 375 meters.
A newly designed "catapult-action" belt clip has been specifically developed for the TK65R, providing users with never seen before quick-deployment capabilities. IP68 rated structure, stainless steel strike bezel and dual side switches make the TK65R fearless of any environment and challenge, particularly in law enforcement applications.
In addition, the Micro USB fast charging port in the light’s tail and the included 7.2V/5000mAh dual-polarity Li-ion battery pack strengthen the TK65R with an extremely efficient power source and power management system.
The Fenix TK20R is a Micro-USB rechargeable flashlight designed for everyday carry, utility, defensive and tactical applications. It delivers a maximum beam distance of 310 meters by utilizing a CREE XPL HI V3 LED, and has a max output of 1000 lumens.
In addition, it is powered by one 18650 rechargeable Li-ion battery, and two cold resistant CR123A can be used as standby or emergency batteries. Among its features are a dual-layer body with inner waterproofing treatment, and a tactical tail switch and side switch that allow easily access to four output levels and strobe.
This compact but sturdy flashlight is ideal for tactical applications, law enforcement, hunting, and industrial use.
The Fenix SE10 is an intrinsically safe explosion-proof flashlight in Group II category I, intended for all areas at risk of explosion, excluding mines. It conforms to the ATEX directive – the union of two EU Directives describing what equipment and work environment is allowed in an environment with an explosive atmosphere.
In order to conform to explosion-proof design requirements, the Fenix SE10 is manufactured out of static-proof polymer, which allows it to be used in atmospheres of flammable gas zones 0-2 and flammable dust zones 20-22. In addition, it has achieved an II 1G Ex ia IIC T4 Ga / II 1D Ex ia IIIC T135°C Da explosion-proof classification – which means it can be used in industrial environments where an explosion hazard exists, such as metallurgical plants, electrical utilities, textile, paper and chemical industries, as well as in places including oil fields, railways and petrochemical plants.
The Fenix HP30R is a spot-and-floodlight headlamp powered powered by two 18650 Li-ion batteries hosted in a separate, belt-worn battery case that takes some weight off the user's head and maintains optimal performance in cold areas.
The Fenix HP30R headlamp recharges through a Micro-USB port located in the battery case, and its battery can be used as a power-bank for other devices. Offering four white spotlight output levels and four more neutral white floodlight output levels, the HP30R can be switched to both modes at the sametime to deliver a maximum output of 1750 lumens, runtime of 400 hours and a far-reaching beam of 202 meters.
On the commercial market, the Fenix HP30R is aimed at mountaineering enthusiasts, hikers, and other avid outdoorsmen; professionally, the HP30R is useful for search-and-rescue and civil defense personnel.
Fenix HL60R Camo
Now available in a Camo variant with a foliage-themed head strap and a desert tan body, the Fenix HL60R offers a maximum output of 950 Lumens, a maximum beam throw of up to 116 metres and a runtime of up to 100 hours from just one 18650 Li-Ion battery – rechargeable through an integrated Micro-USB port.
This feature-rich headlamp is equipped with neutral white LED for better color rendering, a side switch to activate five output modes and a red light alert mode. The HL60R all-season headlamp is designed with aluminum housing, and is complete with the ANSI IPX-8 waterproof classification, it’s surely the first choice when you climb high altitudes, do cave exploration or backcountry, or if you are employed in search-and-rescue services or civil defense organizations.