Secondary red LED. Voltage indicator. Dual button
CREE XM-L2 U2 LED
- Maximum Brightness of 900 Lumens
- Maximum Beam Distance of 190m
- Maximum Intensity of 9,000 Candelas
The First One IMR 18350 Handheld Flashlight
As opposed to a regular Li-ion battery, an IMR battery has a larger discharge current, lower internal resistance and self discharge rate, longer life cycle and better safety features, enabling the EC11 to perform at its best.
Maximum Output of Nine Hundred Blinding Lumens
A CREE XM-L2 (U2) LED capable of emitting brighter output for longer throw distance while consuming less power compared to competing products.
Independent Red Light Illuminations
Red Light Purposes
- Constant Illumination
- Flashing Illumination
- Red Flashes in Standby Mode
- Red constant illumination preserves the user’s night-adapted vision
- Red flashes once per second to serve as a signal light
- When in standby mode, the red LED flashes once every three seconds to indicate the location of the EC11
Allows the user to know battery power status when out of the door.
After battery installation, the red LED will flash to indicate battery voltage (accurate to 0.1V
Direct Access to Ultralow/Turbo
With the EC11 switched off, press and hold the on/off switch for over one second to enter ultralow output (one lumen)
With the EC11 switched off, press and hold the mode switch for over one second to enter turbo output (900 lumens)
Five Brightness Levels
Three Concealed Special Modes
- 900 Lumen - Turbo
- 300 Lumen - High
- 160 Lumen - Medium
- 70 Lumen - Low
- 1 Lumen - Lower
- Location Beacon
Two Lockout Modes
With the light turned on, press and hold both switches for over one second to enter lockout mode, thus preventing accidental activation of the EC11.
Simply loosen the tailcap to cut off power entirely. This mode is recommended when the EC11 is left unused and stored for an extended period of time.
Carved from a Piece of CNC Machined Aerospace Grade Aluminum Alloy
EC11 is compact but extremely durable and suitable for all-weather operations