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Super High-Power IR Light
We manufacture a 2,000,000 candle power, 715nm, 830nm and 1000nm rechargeable spotlight. This spotlight is the lowest cost and most powerful IR flashlight available. A fully charged battery will power this light for 20 minutes continuously or 40 to 50 minutes intermittently although continuous usage is not recommended as the lens gets very hot.
We have these lights in 715nm, 830nm and 1000nm. The lower the wavelength, the more visible the light that will be emitted but the better the light will illuminate with your night vision device. You should chose the lowest wavelength that will work for you.
715nm - Emits a cherry red glow. Red glow will reflect off a wall to about 5 feet. A cherry red glow can easily be seen when looking at the light.
830nm - Emits a dull red glow. No red light visible from reflected light. A dull red glow can be seen when looking at light.
1000nm - When bore-sighting (viewing directly into beam) in a completely dark room from a few feet, you can see a very faint red glow. Otherwise, the light produced is completely invisible to the human eye. This light is so powerful that from 10 feet away, you can feel the IR light as heat though you cannot see it.
Most night vision devices (NVD), can only see to about 880nm. The 1000nm will work but not very well with these devices. When complete covertness is required, the 1000nm is the best option. Most camcorders with the night shot mode can see at 1000nm, but they are more sensitive at the lower wavelengths.
The unit comes with a 12 VDC battery recharger/power cord and a 110 VAC adapter for recharging. The light can be either recharged or powered directly off of the 12 VDC power cord. The rechargeable batteries are replaceable.
Model Number: XNiteFlash2M
Accessories Supplied: 12VDC Automobile Charging/Running cord, 110 VAC Power adapter Charger.
View of flashlight in operation from an IR sensitive camera.
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