This lightweight model has plenty of power to light your way.Weighing in at just two ounces, this lightweight model has plenty of power to light your way. It features three super-bright, 100,000-hour LEDs which allow its battery to last 20 times longer than standard flashlights. Depend on it to provide up to 120 hours of run time. Class I, Division 1 - Approved. Also comes with an integral pocket clip.
- Powered by 3 "N" alkaline batteries
- 3 ultra-bright LEDs provide up to 30 lumens
- 100,000-hour life LEDs
- Impact-resistant polymer
- Up to 120 hours of continuous run time
- Momentary blink or constant-on tail switch
- Corrosion proof
- Intrinsically safe
- Integrated pocket clip
- Wrist lanyard connection
- Assembled in USA
|Market Applications:||Industrial, occupational safety, fire & rescue, sporting goods, law enforcement, security, hardware/tool, consumer|
|Description:||The 3N alkaline battery-powered flashlight features (3) three ultra bright white LEDs|
|Case Material:||Impact resistant polymer body and face cap.|
|Dimensions:||Length: 5.25 in. (13.33cm)|
Major Diameter: 0.96 in. (2.44cm)
Body Diameter: 0.69 in. (1.75cm)
|Weight:||2.1 oz. (59.54 grams) with batteries|
|Lens:||Unbreakable polycarbonate lens with scratch resistant coating|
|Light Source:||100,000 hour life LEDs|
|Light Output:||30 Lumens typical (3 white LEDs)|
|ON/OFF:||Features momentary blink or constant "on" tail switch.|
|Run Time:||Up to 120 hours continuous run time.|
|Batteries:||Three (3) "N" size alkaline batteries|
|Features:||Integrated Pocket Clip|
|Approvals:||UL Classified for Class I, II, Division 1; Class III|
|UL Classified to Canadian safety standards for Class I, II, Division 1; Class III|
|Most models meet applicable European Community Directives, Including ATEX Zone 0|
|Warranty:||Limited lifetime warranty|
|Optional Accessories:||Holster, Lanyard|
"HOW LONG DO YOU LET CHARGE, MODEL # MP-051815-013"
Russ, this light will work for 120 hours continuous run time, you can charge it as you think you need to. A lot depends on how you use it, and for what you are using it for. If you charge it over night, you shouldn't have any problems.
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