Golight Develops Hand-Held Lithium-Ion Powered Spotlight

Profiler II
Golight has developed the world’s first lithium-ion rechargeable searchlight called the Profiler II. It uses a Phillips H-7 Blue Vision light bulb and an aircraft aluminum parabolic reflector. (Golight Photo)

Golight, has developed a portable hand light, called the Profiler II, that uses the Philips H-7 Blue Vision bulb and a detachable lithium-ion battery.

The handheld spotlight uses a large, aircraft aluminum parabolic reflector, in combination with the Blue Vision bulb producing 440 max lux of lighting, according to the maker. The detachable battery pack allows a full hour of high intensity burn time and a full recharge in two hours.

Other features include an LED battery power level indicator as well as a multicolor LED charge status indicator. It comes complete with an AC charger, DC charger and a 12- or 24-volt docking station for continuous charge and secure attachment.

The light also features a carbon fiber reinforced housing, a high impact polycarbonate lens, a shock-proof rubber lens surround and cushioned grip, and a patented two-position swivel handle permitting the user to use it as a pistol grip or as a lantern.

It also has dual light sources – a searchlight beam or a 1-watt LED convenience beam which will run 50 hours or more on a single charge.

Golight was founded in 1994 and is a leading global designer and manufacturer of remote controlled and handheld lighting appliances with products for fire and rescue organizations, law enforcement applications and other markets.

For information call 800-557-0098 or go to www.golight.com.

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