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Nightstick Integritas™ Intrinsically Safe Rechargeable Lantern

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The INTEGRITAS™ XPR-5582RX Intrinsically Safe Rechargeable Lantern is Nightstick’s most powerful handheld light. The INTEGRITAS generates an ultra-bright 1750 lumens from four separate LEDs housed in a 180-degree articulating head. The results are a tightly collimated beam that cuts through thick smoke and illuminates objects up to a third of a mile (552m) away! Holding down the switch enables a battery-saving 600-lumen low mode, extending runtime to 11.5 hours when firefighters need bright, useful light for longer calls. Designed and engineered as both a hand-held lantern and portable area light, the 5582 features a rear-mounted rubber base pad for upright use on any flat surface, providing instant, adjustable scene lighting on demand.

Constructed of thick-walled glass-filled nylon and weighing only 2 lbs. 11oz., the 5582 is built to take abuse without dishing it out. The wide, flat body and handle design provide firefighters a stable platform while crawling under smoke or following a hose line. Two bright green rear-facing LEDs provide passive team member location for increased safety and awareness. The 5582 is a cETLus-certified Class I DIV 2 and meets the requirements of NFPA-1971-8.6 (2013). Its powered by a rechargeable Lithium-ion battery and comes with a charger base, AC and DC chargers and carry strap.

Features

  • cETLus listed Intrinsically Safe Lantern
  • Adjustable tilting head
  • 1,750 Lumens for 5 hours
  • High/Low beam functionality
  • Rear green LED lights
  • Low battery indicator
  • Locking snap-in charger
  • Removable shoulder strap
  • Rechargeable Lithium-ion battery
  • Meets requirements of NFPA-1971-8.6 (2013)
  • Charger meets the requirements of NFPA-1901-14.1.10.2 (2016)