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Peli introduces its first wireless rechargeable light

Posted 9 March 2018 · Add Comment

Peli has introduced its first wireless rechargeable light - the new 7070R tactical torch - which features Artificial Intelligence, works with Bluetooth app and offers Dual Switch Technology.



The new 7070R is the most technologically advanced light in Peli’s tactical torches range, due to its revolutionary electronic technology.
 
Being Peli’s first torch to offer USB wireless charging and Bluetooth app-controlled programming, the 7070R comes with futuristic features, developed to for law enforcement and military professionals.

This torch will be showcased at the IWA Show.

The multi-featured 7070R torch includes full time battery level indication, dual switch design and extreme high performance light output of up to 1.219 lumens.

This torch has dual switch technology. It allows the light to be activated by either a forward mounted switch (for general duty use) or a rear mounted one (for tactical uses).

With its dual switch and its compact design, the user can move from duty to tactical situations instantly.

Another feature is the custom programming through the intuitive Bluetooth app. With this, the user is able to programme up to five switch sequences with different intensity of light output and/or flashing modes.

In addition, the 7070R incorporates a rechargeable lithium-ion battery that uses a versatile wireless charger,  which provides the most up to date charging format and eliminates any risk of water ingress in the torch. The 7070R can run on two CR123 disposable batteries if charging is not available.

ThePeli 7070R features: 
- USB Wireless Charging
- Bluetooth App Programming
- Dual Switches
- Up to 1.219 lumens and up to 32 hours runtime
- Full Time Battery Level Indication
- Anti-Reflective Coated Hardened Glass Lens (provides increased light output and a scratch resistant surface)
- Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery

 

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