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2011 Flashlights from Peak LED Solutions

Curt R

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. 2011 LED Flashlights From Peak LED solutions



2011 LED Flashlights
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Peak LED Solutions


The following is a list of the Peak LED Solutions flashlights that we are offering for 2011. Most have many options such as different battery compartments, different base materials and different power output levels. Some even have different output beam patterns and LED light colors. Colors available: Blue, Red, Green, Amber and high Cree CRI white LEDs, additional charge required.


Made exclusively in Phoenix, Arizona USA



Pocket Lights: Single output level only


Matterhorn: AAA battery three 5 mm UV or IR LEDs only

Kilimanjaro: AA battery seven 5 mm UV or IR LEDs only

McKinley: CR123A battery seven 5 mm UV or IR LEDs only



Pocket Lights: QTC adjustable light output


Eiger: AAA battery, Cree XPG-R5 LED, XPE all colors

Shasta: N cell or AAA battery, Cree XPG-R5 LED, XPE all colors

El Capitan: AA battery, Cree XPG-R5 LED, XPE all colors

Volcan: AAA or AA or CR2 battery, Cree XPG-R5 LED, XPE all colors

Logan: CR123A or RCR123A, battery Cree XPG-R5 LED, XPE all colors
Optional 17500 battery compartment





Pocket Lights: One inch diameter heads, QTC adjustable output
Optional 17500 battery compartment


Pamir: CR123A or RCR123A battery, Cree XPG-R5 LED, XPE all colors

Sierra Madre: CR123A or RCR123A battery, Cree XML-T6 LED

Caraballo: CR123A or RCR123A battery, Cree XML-T6 LED, direct drive

Rainier: CR123A or RCR123A battery, Seoul P7 LED, direct drive



Pocket Lights: One inch diameter heads, QTC adjustable output
18350 and optional 18500 battery compartment


Pyrenees: CR123A or RCR123A battery, Cree XPG-R5 LED, XPE all colors

Ural: CR123A or RCR123A battery, Cree XML-T6 LED

K2: CR123A or RCR123A battery, Seoul P7 LED

Everest: CR123A or RCR123A battery, Seoul P7 LED, direct drive



Law Enforcement Lights:

Battery compartments:

Compact; 1 x 17670, 1 x 18650, 2 x CR123A, 2 x RCR123A, 2 x 18350

Combat; 2 x AA, 1 x 17670, 1 x 18650, 2 x CR123A, 2 x RCR123A, 2 x 18350

Medium; 2 x 18500, 3 x CR123A, 3 x RCR123A, 3 x 18350

Large; 2 x 17670, 2 x 18650, 4 x CR123A, 4 x RCR123A, 4 x 18350



Any listed battery compartments will work with any on the Night Patrol or First

Responder heads and with the SR450A and SR800A and SR1200A heads.

Night Patrol Series:


NP300S: Single output Cree XPG-R5 LED

NP300A: Adjustable output Cree XPG-R5 LED

NP400S: Single output Seoul P7 LED

NP400A: Adjustable output Seoul P7 LED

NP600S: Single output Cree XML-T6 LED

NP600A: Adjustable output Cree XML-T6 LED


First Responder Series:


FR400S: Single output Cree XPG-R5 LED

FR400A: Adjustable output Cree XPG-R5 LED

FR600S: Single output Seoul P7 LED

FR600A: Adjustable output Seoul P7 LED

FR800S: Single output Cree XML-T6 LED

FR800A: Adjustable output Cree XML-T6 LED

FR1000S: Single output Seoul P7 LED

FR1000A: Adjustable output Seoul P7 LED

FR 1200A: Adjustable output Luminus SST-50 LED



Search and Rescue Series:



SR450A: Adjustable output Cree XPG-R5 LED

SR800A: Adjustable output Cree XML-T6 LED

SR1200A: Adjustable output Luminus SST-50 LED


The SR1500A, SR2000A and SR6000A flashlights use
2 x 38120 rechargeable Lithium-Ion batteries or
4 x D cell Alkaline, Lithium or NiMh batteries.

SR1500A: Adjustable output Luminus SST-50 LED

SR2000A: Adjustable output Luminus SST-90 LED

SR3000A: Adjustable output Luminus SST-90 LED
Fall of 2011

SR6000A: Adjustable output Luminus CSM-360 LED
Spring 2012




Why choose Peak LED Solutions flashlights:

Standard Features:

· All Peak flashlights are Designed, Manufactured and Assembled in Phoenix, Arizona USA
· We use only the latest and highest performance LEDs available
· Most pocket lights can be ordered with colored LEDs
· Cree XP-E LED colors: Red, Blue, Green, Amber
· Electronics are exclusively potted in thermal epoxy for reliability and shock resistance
· Heads are completely sealed in epoxy
· Machined from aircraft grade Aluminum or solid Brass or non magnetic Stainless Steel
· Aluminum flashlights are black Mil-Spec Type III Hard Anodized
· Electronics are over designed and use only quality proven components
· All electronic parts and LEDs are purchased from domestic suppliers
· O-Ring seals at all openings for water resistance
· All flashlights can be provided with variable light outputs
· Protective windows are unbreakable abrasion resistant polycarbonate
· Positive battery contacts are solid brass
· Engineered to use different battery chemistries
· Different styles of battery compartments
· Choice of flashlight materials
· Mix and match heads and bodies for custom applications
· Simple twist on/ twist off
· Reliable tail switches






Peak LED flashlights have been specifically designed to the Mission Critical requirements of the Military, the LAW Enforcement community and the professional. (These are not consumer grade lights masquerading as duty quality lights). Peak LED Solutions flashlights survive where others fail. Built to thrive under the most severe conditions and get the job done. Our LED flashlights will withstand the rugged conditions of field deployment. We build in quality that will take you through the most demanding of environments.

Using the latest in electronics and LEDs, Peak lights are always at the leading edge of technology. We automatically upgrade our lights to insure that Peak lights are unmatched in light output. All Peak lights are designed to use the latest rechargeable Lithium-Ion batteries for cost savings, as well as regular Lithium or Alkaline batteries.

Because of the ultra high output of Peak flashlights, they are not recommended for use by children or non professionals. Eye damage could result. At full power and extended run times the outside of the head and case can get hot.

We take personal pride in manufacturing the best LED flashlights in the world.

Peak LED Solutions LED flashlights are designed, manufactured and assembled in Phoenix, Arizona USA by a company established in June of 1975. We do not just assemble or bring in parts or rely on outside vendors to manufacture Peak flashlights. We do not use any electronic component or part that we cannot trust. This ensures performance and reliability unequaled by any other U.S. made flashlight company.


[email protected] or 1-877-881-7325 fax 1-623-582-0526
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Mail address: Peak LED Solutions
29834 N. Cave Creek Rd Ste # 118-249
Cave Creek, Arizona 85331


Thank You: Robyn Seabert
President - Peak LED Solutions
 
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flashflood

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The following is a list of the Peak LED Solutions flashlights that we will be offering for 2011... Curt

Wow, quite a lineup! I am looking for a small XM-L light that's driven reasonably hard. It sounds like the Caraballo and Ural both fit that description. They are both rated 400 lumens. The Caraballo is direct drive (I like), but it sounds like only the Ural can take 18350 and 18500 (I like). How would you compare their output?
 

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Did I miss something Curt? no 2 X AA brass Pamir listed, I love mine I'm sure it'll be passed down as a family heirloom, definitely feels indestructible.

Doesn't the Compact; 1 x 17670, 1 x 18650, 2 x CR123A, 2 x RCR123A, 2 x 18350 battery tube accommodate 2 X AA as well or do I have a different tube on my First Responder?

Norm
 
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276

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Hey curt i was wondering would you ever make a First Responder like the old one using three Seoul P4 but with XPG-R5's ?
 

Curt R

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Norm:
We have 2 x AA battery compartments that fit the Logan and 1 inch
heads that use the 16 and 17 mm dia batteries. The compact battery
compartment is not long enough for 2 x AA batteries.

276:
We could do a three head FR using the Cree XPG LEDs, but the electronics
for that configuration will only output 700 mA to the LEDs. That is 260
Lumens per LED, or a total of 780 Lumens bare bulb. The XML version,
(FR800), drives the LED at 3.4 Amps. No advantage.

Curt
 

jorgen

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These two looked interesting but I guess they never came to be

Sierra Madre: CR123A or RCR123A battery, Cree XML-T6 LED

Caraballo: CR123A or RCR123A battery, Cree XML-T6 LED, direct drive
 
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