The IMALENT DN35 is multi-level outputs and an OLED display

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09 Jun 2018 04:50 por Imalent
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The IMALENT DN35 is multi-level outputs and an OLED display

The IMALENT DN35 is a versatile USB rechargeable LED tactical flashlight with multi-level outputs and an OLED display.
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The OLED display shows the battery voltage, output, charging status, and has a flashing overheat warning, which makes it easier to know the status of the flashlight. Utilizing the latest four-level output CREE XHP35 HI LED, the tactical-switch button makes it easy to operate.
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With a maximum output of up to 2200 lumens, the IMALENT DN35 can produce a strong beam of light up to 596meters away. Supported by a single cell of IMALENT 26650 4500mAh Li-ion rechargeable battery, its advanced temperature control module, low-voltage warning, and low-power protection make for a satisfying experience no matter the occasion.
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Product Features
·Utilizes the latest CREE XHP35 HI LED. The lifespan up to 50000 hours with ·maximum output of 2200 lumens. Includes a built-in USB charging interface
·The OLED display can show various parameters.With high drain 4500mAh 26650 Li-
·ion rechargeable battery
·Product size: 113(length)*38 (head diameter) *32 (diameter) mm
·Net weight:115g
·High efficiency constant power circuit will maintain constant brightness
·Anti-reverse battery protection
·Built-in thermal control module will automatically adjust the brightness output
·according to the working state and outer temperature
·Combination of toughened ultra-clear mineral and anti-reflective coating glass
·Optimized deep metal reflector maintains great throw distance and spread with an ·ideal beam pattern
·Aerospace-grade aluminum alloy body, wear-resistant Type III hard-anodized surface
·treatment
·IPX-8 standard waterproof (2 meters submersible)
·1.5m impact resistant
·Tail stand function
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