The X300V comes with a sealed V-Series head which has a white and infrared LED inside for situations requiring both visible and non-visible illumination. To switch from white-light to IR illumination, simply push and rotate a self-locking selector switch on the head. As the press release notes, the X300V generates 150 lumens of light on white-light setting and 120 mW of infrared illumination in IR mode. Both white-light and IR modes are shaped by a Total Internal Reflection (TIR) lens into a high-intensity beam perfect for military, law enforcement and personal defense applications.
SureFire’s X300V WeaponLight boasts a lightweight aerospace aluminum and is hard anodized with a Mil-Spec finish. It is also O-ring and gasket sealed for added durability and weather resistance. In addition, this weaponlight has an overall weight of less than four ounces (which includes the two 123A lithium batteries that power it) and features one-finger activation via a push/toggle switch on the rear.
The X300V has an MSRP of $389. See below for additional details.
* Virtually indestructible white-light/infrared LED head is regulated to maximize light output and runtime
* Total Internal Reflection (TIR) lens shapes white or IR light into focused beams with enough reach and surround light for close- to medium-range applications
* Features quick-detach Rail-Lock system for rapid and secure attachment/detachment
* Accepts optional SureFire DG pistol grip and long gun forend switches
* Weatherproof—O-ring and gasket sealed
* Construction—High-strength aerospace aluminum with Mil-Spec anodizing; impact-resistant polymer; coated tempered window
* Includes high-energy 123A battery with 10-year shelf life
* Max Output — White Light: 150.0 lumens
* Tactical Runtime##: 1.8 hours
* Output / Runtime — IR: 120.0 mW / 8.0 hours
* Length: 4.0 inches
* Bezel Diameter: 1.06 inches
* Weight w/Batteries: 3.9 ounces
* Batteries: 2 123A (included)
* ## Runtime (at highest setting for multiple-output lights) until output drops below 50 lumens
For more information about the X300V weaponlight, and the full range of products currently offered by SureFire, please visit http://www.surefire.com
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