Pelican 2760 Gen 3 LED Headlamp (Translucent Red)

BH #PE2760CRED • MFR #027600-0102-170
Pelican
Pelican 2760 Gen 3 LED Headlamp (Translucent Red)
Key Features
  • 42/95/142/204 Lumens White LED
  • High, Med, Low, Downcast & Flash Modes
  • Red LED for Night-Acclimated Vision
  • Full-Time battery Level Indicator
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Lightweight, weatherproof, versatile, and powered by widely available batteries, the Pelican 2760 Gen 3 LED Headlamp will meet a wide range of professional, recreational and around-the-house needs. Its white-light LED shines at high (204 lumens), medium (142 lumens) and low (95 lumens) settings, along with a 42-lumen downcast setting (handy for holding a conversation with someone without shining the light in their eyes.) There is also a flashing mode for extra visibility or emergency signaling, and a red-light mode for preserving night-acclimated vision. Runtimes range from 11 hours on downcast to two hours on high, and the lamp is equipped with a full-time battery level indicator. The polycarbonate housing is IPX4-rated splash-proof and impact resistant in drops of up to 3.3 feet.
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Pelican 2760 Gen 3 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Light Performance
  • 3Construction Details
  • 4Use and Handling

Lightweight, weatherproof, versatile, and powered by widely available batteries, the Pelican 2760 Gen 3 LED Headlamp will meet a wide range of professional, recreational and around-the-house needs. Its white-light LED shines at high (204 lumens), medium (142 lumens) and low (95 lumens) settings, along with a 42-lumen downcast setting (handy for holding a conversation with someone without shining the light in their eyes.) There is also a flashing mode for extra visibility or emergency signaling, and a red-light mode for preserving night-acclimated vision. Runtimes range from 11 hours on downcast to two hours on high, and the lamp is equipped with a full-time battery level indicator. The polycarbonate housing is IPX4-rated splash-proof and impact resistant in drops of up to 3.3 feet.

 

Light Performance

  • Light source: red & white LEDs
  • High power, white: 204 lumens
  • Medium power, white: 142 lumens
  • Low power, white: 95 lumens
  • Downcast, white: 42 lumens
  • Runtimes: 11 hours on downcast, 5 hours on low, 3 hours on medium, 2 hours on high

Construction Details

  • Polycarbonate housing
  • Elastic headband
  • IPX4-rated water resistant, impervious to splashing
  • Runs on three included AAA batteries

Use and Handling

  • Push-button switch
  • Red LED helps preserve night-acclimated vision
  • Tilting head
  • Battery level indicator
UPC: 019428144661

Pelican 2760 Gen 3 Specs

Illumination SourceWhite & red LED
Output42/95/141/204 lumens
Battery3 x AAA
Runtime11/5/3/2 h
WeatherproofingIPX4, impervious to splashing
Length2.3" (5.7 cm)
Weight3.4 oz (96 g) with batteries
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.31 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.6 x 4.1 x 2.85"
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