• Emitter: Single LEDs on a copper DTP MCPCB e.g.
  • Luminus SBT-90 LED
  • Optic: Aluminum smooth reflector
  • Lens: Glass with anti-reflective coating
  • Flux: ~6500 lm
  • Intensity: ~163,800 cd ANSI throw ~810 m
  • Firmware: The X9L uses free software called Andúril, distributed under the terms of the GPL v3. Code is available from
    User interfaces:
    • [1] By default the X9L is set to use SMOOTH RAMPING. Instant access to TURBO mode is also provided.
    • [2] A more conventional STEPPED RAMPING UI is available if you like discrete modes level. You can choose how many steps you want.
    • [3] MOMENTARY mode is useful for signaling purposes or rapidly/briefly lighting up targets. To exit this mode, physically disconnect power
    • [4] MUGGLE mode uses a reduced output.
    • [5] It has an electronic LOCKOUT for safety, but acts also as momentary low light.Other functions: Battery check, sunset, beacon, tactical strobe, party strobe, bike flasher, candlelight, lightning storm

  • Battery: One flat-top or button-top 21700 cell. An unprotected cell is recommended.
  • Max. length 70.5 mm. Cell is not included.
  • Driver: FET+7+1 driver. Low parasitic drain while OFF
  • Body: Aluminum with hard-coat anodizing
  • Switch: Electronic tail switch
  • Ingress rating: Equivalent to IPX7
  • Weight: Approximately 126.3 g without cells
  • Size: 40 mm Ø head x 123.6 mm length x 25.2mm tube