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The Kroma Mil-Spec LED Flashlight from SureFire is a versatile dual-output white LED light with three low-output colored and an infrared secondary lights. The primary 130-lumen high and 11-lumen low illumination comes from the white LED emitter and SureFire's Total Internal Reflection (TIR) lens. This lens produces a tight center cone of bright light, with a dimmer wide peripheral ring to help maintain situational awareness. The TIR lens beam is smooth without holes or hot-spots.
Turning the Selector Ring, just behind the head, changes the color of the low-output. Change from white, to yellow-green, blue, red or infrared. Each setting has a click-stop function to lock in the output color. The light's shroudless tactical two-stage tailcap switch features momentary and constant-on modes. Press the pushbutton for low output white, colored and IR, press further for high output white light. Twist the tailcap for constant-on low output white, colored and IR. Continue to twist for constant-on high white output.
Designed for durability, the light features an o-ring and gasket sealed weatherproof Mil-Spec anodized aluminum body with a tempered and anti-reflection coated lens window. A sturdy steel clip can be used to carry the light in a pocket, on a belt or inside a boot.
Low white: 11 lumen
High white: 130 lumen
Yellow-Green: 0.2 lumen
Blue: 0.6 lumen
Red: 1.0 lumen
Infrared: 7 mW
LED emitters for all colors/IR
Total Internal Reflection lens creates a tight cone of light in the center and wide dimmer ring on the periphery
White LED uses the TIR lens to produce a smooth beam, without hot-spots or holes
Colored and IR LEDs produce short flood light for reading, tasks and navigation