Pelican 9410L LED Lantern (Yellow)

BH #PE9410LYLW • MFR #9410-022-245
Pelican 9410L LED Lantern (Yellow)
Key Features
  • Fire and Hazardous Conditions Approved
  • Outputs: 463 or 2207 Lumens
  • Four White-Light LEDs
  • Flashing Signal/Location Mode
Pelican designed the yellow 9410L LED Lantern to meet the demanding needs of firefighters and other professionals who work in hazardous industrial environments. Its four high-output white-light LEDs produce 463 lumens of light on low and a darkness piercing 2207 lumens on high. A secondary flashing mode can be used to signal to a partner. To ensure the light is exactly where you need it, the housing can be put down on its base or stood up on its tail, and the head can pivot up to 120° with click-stops at regular intervals.
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$390.50

Pelican 9410L LED Lantern (Yellow)

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Pelican 9410L Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Performance
  • 3Switching
  • 4Construction Details
  • 5Electronics

Pelican designed the yellow 9410L LED Lantern to meet the demanding needs of firefighters and other professionals who work in hazardous industrial environments. Its four high-output white-light LEDs produce 463 lumens of light on low and a darkness piercing 2207 lumens on high. A secondary flashing mode can be used to signal to a partner. To ensure the light is exactly where you need it, the housing can be put down on its base or stood up on its tail, and the head can pivot up to 120° with click-stops at regular intervals.

The ABS plastic body is corrosion, temperature, and impact-resistant. So it will keep working in extreme conditions, while also remaining a neutral comfortable temperature in cold or wet environments. The body is sealed and has an IPX4 rating, so it can be used in driving rain or water. It comes with a lithium-ion battery pack and charging base. The base charges the battery in the light, so you can grab it in a hurry if an emergency calls.

Power meets simplicity, and built Pelican-tough, to keep you going when the lights go out.

Performance

  • Low: 463 lumens
  • High: 2207 lumens
  • Four white-light LED array
  • Flashing mode can be used to signal or mark location
  • 120° pivoting click-stop head for precise beam placement
  • Lay down or tail stand to put the light in position

Switching

  • Type: Push button
  • Location: Handle
  • Constant-on activation only
  • Press button to cycle through outputs

Construction Details

  • Approved to NFPA (National Fire Protection Association) 1901 standard for use by firefighters and in hazardous industrial environments
  • ABS polycarbonate body is impact, corrosion, and temperature resistant
  • Ribbed handle provides a slip-resistant grip
  • Includes detachable shoulder strap
  • O-ring sealed to a water-resistant IPX4 rating
  • Impact resistant to 3.3' (1m)
  • Weighs under 3 pounds

Electronics

  • Runs on six included 18650 rechargeable batteries
  • Integrated battery status indicator in switch: Green more than 75% charge, amber 25-75% charged, red when battery is less than 25% of capacity
  • Mountable charging base charges battery while in the light for fast access and activation in an emergency, light locks into base for added security
  • LED charging status indicator on charging base shows charging/charged
  • 100-240 VAC charging cord with standard US wall outlet plug
  • Optional 12 VDC vehicle charger and direct-wire kit available
UPC: 019428148232

Pelican 9410L Specs

Illumination Source4 x LEDs
Output RangeLow: 463 Lumens
High: 2207 Lumens
Battery6 x 18650 Rechargeable Lithium-Ion
RuntimeLow: 11 Hours
High: 3.25 Hours
Charge Time8 Hours, Maximum
Material of ConstructionBody: ABS Plastic
Lens: Polycarbonate
WaterproofingIPX4-Rated, Water Resistant
Impact Resistance3.3' / 1 m
Length8.75" / 22.2 cm
Weight44.7 oz / 1267 g, with batteries
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.485 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9.4 x 8.7 x 4.3"
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