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Pelican showcases 7 Series torches and mobile military cases at EDEX

Posted 21 November 2018 · Add Comment

Pelican Products is showcasing its Pelican 7 Series LED smart tactical torches and mobile military cases range at the Egypt Defence Expo (EDEX), 3-5 December 2018.



The 7 Series lights are built on the foundation of the successful Pelican 7600 and 7100 tactical torches, which are trusted by law enforcement professionals around the World. In addition, at EDEX, Pelican will also present the virtually indestructible Mobile Military Cases range.  

Pelican takes Lighting technology to the next level with the introduction of the newest tactical torches as part of the 7 Series, the Pelican 7110, 7610, 7620 and 7070R.  Every Pelican 7 Series tactical light features a full-time battery level indicator and several operational options with five selectable programmes and four modes: high, strobe, medium and low. With extreme ingress protection, they are able to withstand the harshest weather and extreme conditions during any mission.  Designed with the military, law enforcement and security professionals in mind, the reliable Pelican 7 Series LED Tactical Torches are covered by Pelican’s legendary lifetime warranty.



Since 1976, Pelican engineers have developed custom solutions for the transport and packaging needs of the security & defense industry. The Pelican-Hardigg innovative products enable sensitive equipment to travel through hostile environments and arrive operational. Many of Pelican-Hardigg models have been tested in the field as well as in combat situations. With +500 sizes and bespoke capabilities, Pelican cases provide protection to any equipment. Pelican-Hardigg cases are watertight, heat- and impact-resistant and virtually indestructible.

The Mobile Military Cases range provides war fighters extreme protection to their sensitive electronics, weapons, optics and communication equipment, crucial to accomplish the missions. This range of cases includes: Pelican-Hardigg Mobile IT Cases which shield portable computers, printers and fax machines; Mobile Armory Cases which protect all kind of weapons; Mobile Office Cases that soldiers can, in minutes, set up a field office of durable field desks; Mobile Medical Cases to protect lifesaving medical gear and Mobile Master Cases, which are 463L pallet-ready.


 

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