Streamlight Knucklehead Div. 2 Flood Rechargeable Worklight (Orange)

Streamlight Knucklehead Div. 2 Flood Rechargeable Worklight (Orange)

Streamlight Knucklehead Div. 2 Flood Rechargeable Worklight (Orange)

B&H # STKNLHDLPROR MFR # 90651
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Expected availability: 7-14 business days

Product Highlights

  • Intrinsically Safe
  • 63/200 Lumens
  • Two C4 LEDs
  • Rotating & Tilting Head
  • Removable Magnet
  • Turnout Gear Clip
  • Side Push-Button Rubber Switch
  • IPX4-Rated Water Resistant
  • Polymer Housing / 6.6' Impact Resistant
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Color: Orange

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Charger: Sold Separately

12 VDC One-Hour Fast Charger

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12 VDC Charger

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120/100 VAC / 12 VDC Charger

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120/100 VAC Charger

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120/100 VAC One-Hour Fast Charger

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AA Alkaline Batteries

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Streamlight Knucklehead Flood overview

  • 1Description

With 200 lumens of bright white light, a wide, smooth beam, and multiple options for hands-free positioning, the intrinsically safe Knucklehead Div. 2 Flood Rechargeable Worklight is a solid choice for public safety, industrial, or automotive professionals, as well as for recreation and home use. The Knucklehead's spot-beam head swivels a full 360° and articulates 210°, delivering the flood beam from two C4 LEDs right where it's needed. A magnet with 135-pound pull strength and a turnout gear clip add to the light's versatility. Operating the light is easy even while wearing gloves, thanks to the single, rubber dome push-button switch; click for on/off and to cycle through the high, low, moonlight, and signal flash settings. Runtime is 3.5 hours on high, 16 hours on low, 8 hours on flash, and 20 days on moonlight setting.

The Knucklehead's nylon polymer housing is rated IPX4 water resistant and impact resistant to 6.6'. The charger is sold separately.

Light Performance
  • High: 200 lumens
  • Low: 63 lumens
  • C4 LED
  • Runtime: High 3.5 hours, low 16 hours, signal flash 8 hours, moonlight 20 days
  • Dual wide-pattern parabolic reflectors inset into larger textured reflector provide a smooth flood pattern for close-up task work
Switching
  • Location: front side
  • Type: rubber-domed push button
  • Click for on/off and brightness level
Construction Details
  • Durable nylon vented polymer housing
  • Polycarbonate lens
  • Head rotates 360°, articulates 210°
  • Removable rare earth magnet with rubber boot with 135-pound pull strength
  • Turnout gear clip
  • Charger sold separately
  • IPX4-rated water resistant
  • Impact resistant to 6.6'
Safety Approvals
  • Class I, Division 2, Groups A,B,C,D; Class II, Division 2, Groups F,G; Class III, Temp Code: T4/T3C
  • Meets applicable European Community Directives
UPC: 080926906518
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Streamlight Knucklehead Div. 2 Flood Rechargeable Worklight (Orange)
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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    Streamlight Knucklehead Flood specs

    Lamp Type 2 x C4 LED
    Output High: 200 lumens
    Low: 63 lumens
    Runtime High: 3.5 h
    Low: 16 h
    Signal Flash: 8 h
    Moonlight: 20 days
    Runtime is to 10% of original output
    Construction Nylon polymer
    Waterproofing IPX4
    Impact Resistance 6.6' / 2 m
    Safety Approvals Class I, Division 2, Groups A,B,C,D; Class II, Division 2, Groups F,G; Class III, Temp Code: T4/T3C
    Meets applicable European Community Directives
    Dimensions 9.2 x 2.9 x 2.8" / 23.4 x 7.2 x 7.0 cm
    Weight 23.1 oz / 655 g

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