**Pictures** NITECORE SENS series (AA, CR, Mini)

gopajti

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Features

• CREE XP-G (R5) LED
• Highly effective current circuit board
• 3 brightness levels
• Active dimming system with auto-adjust function
• Soft turn-on mode and low illumination for everyday usage
• Convenient one-handed operation
• Board voltage circuit, compatible with primary or rechargeable Li-on batteries
• Reverse polarity protection.
• Equipped with integrated lens
• Constructed from aerospace grade aluminum alloy
• Type III military grade hard anodizing
• Special-made rhombic knurling for better grip
• Waterproof in accordance with IPX-8 (2 meters submersible)
• Tail stand ability

ON/OFF

Turn ON: Rotate the head of the flashlight in a clockwise direction to turn it on.
Turn OFF: Rotate the head of the flashlight in a counter-clockwise direction to turn it off.

Brightness Control

When the flashlight is turned on from off:
• Flashlight will enter high output level when the head is parallel to the floor
• Flashlight will enter medium output level when the head is at 45 degrees
• Flashlight will enter low output level when the head is pointing straight down

Notes:
1. Each time you turn on the flashlight, the SENS Mini built-in acceleration sensor can detect the angle and switch to the appropriate brightness level
2. After the lights is powered on, the sensor will shut off to avoid brightness changing when the user changes the flashlight angle.

Active Dimming Technology

With the flashlight switched off, turn on the light with the head pointed straight up. The light will access the active dimming function immediately. An acceleration sensor is built in the SENS Mini flashlight, which can continuously detect the angle of the light and work with the light’s mico-computer to select the appropriate output. For example, when it detects a parallel position, the built-in micro-computer will assume a higher output is appropriate and increase output to illuminate a longer distance. When it detects a vertical position, micro-computer will decrease output so to save battery life, extending runtime of SENS up to 5-8 times.


Notes:
1. When the flashlight switches from low to high level, the output will increase momentarily, allowing the user to observe distant targets.
2. After the flashlight switches from low to high level, the brightness will decrease slowly to allow the user’s eyes to adapt.

SENS AA


LED: Cree XP-G R5
Battery: AA (NiMH, Alkaline, Lithium), 14500 Li-ion, LiFeP04
6lm (60h), 20lm (12h), 120lm (2h)
700cd (max distance 53m)
81mm (length), 19.8mm (head), 17.5mm (body)
Weight: 26g
IPX-8 (2m)


SENS CR

LED: Cree XP-G R5
Battery: CR123A, RCR123A (16340) Li-ion
20lm (27h), 60lm (6h30m), 190lm (2h) (1550mAh SYSMAX CR123A)
1450cd (max distance 76m)
64mm (length), 19.8mm (head), 19.8mm (body)
Weight: 23.8g
IPX-8 (2m)


SENS Mini

LED: Cree XP-G R5
Battery: CR2, RCR2 (17335) Li-ion, LiFeP04
20lm (14h), 50lm (4h), 170lm (1h) (850mAh CR2)
1200cd (max distance 65m)
57mm (length), 19.8mm (head), 18.5mm (body)
Weight: 19.4g
IPX-8 (2m)

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more pics coming

high res pics here
http://indafoto.hu/autoart/jetbeam_nitecore
 
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Re: **Pictures** NITECORE new series.. coming in July 9, 2012

Great video! That get's me pumped up for the 9th! :thumbsup:
 

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Re: **Pictures** NITECORE new series.. coming in July 9, 2012

Thanks for the photos :)
 
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Re: **Pictures** NITECORE new series.. coming in July 9, 2012

I really like the fact that they made a CR2 version, and even better it takes RCR2 batteries.
I also like that the lights have the same design line as the EX and PD series.
 

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Re: **Pictures** NITECORE new series.. coming in July 9, 2012

I really like the fact that they made a CR2 version, and even better it takes RCR2 batteries.
I also like that the lights have the same design line as the EX and PD series.

good point! i think outside of the custom lights that are made that cost $200+, mass market/production CR2 lights are so needed!
 

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Re: **Pictures** NITECORE new series.. coming in July 9, 2012

If I flap my arms up and down in the air like a chicken, will the Active Dimming Technology be able to keep up?
 

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Re: **Pictures** NITECORE new series.. coming in July 9, 2012

If I flap my arms up and down in the air like a chicken, will the Active Dimming Technology be able to keep up?

Some of things you put out there Gordo are something :crackup:
 

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Re: **Pictures** NITECORE new series.. coming in July 9, 2012

i think outside of the custom lights that are made that cost $200+, mass market/production CR2 lights are so needed!

I'm more excited about the release of a CR2 light than the new active dimming technology.
 
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Re: **Pictures** NITECORE new series.. coming in July 9, 2012

The "reflex1" dident send sockwaves trough the marked. I think it had light sensors and ajusted the beam messuring the light bouncing back. I dont think this one will sell any better. Not with a 20 lumen lo.
 

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