The V1 Vampire is an ultra-compact, combat-ready dual-output flashlight that provides both white light and infrared output without the need for an IR filter.
This ground- breaking handheld illumination tool features virtually failure-proof power-regulated white and infrared LEDs and a precision Total Internal Reflection (TIR) lens that optimally shapes both beams for reach and surround light. The V1s click-type tail cap switch-shrouded to help prevent accidental activation-lets you quickly select an output level.
In white light mode, partially press the tail cap pushbutton for a momentary-on 250-lumen high-output beam; press further to click constant-on high. Return to off and press or click again within two seconds for 5-lumen low-output beam with extended runtime. To switch between white light, disable, and infrared modes you simply pull then twist the front knurled portion of the bezel.
The tail cap switch again lets you easily select output levels in IR mode-partially press for a momentary-on 100-milliwatt high-output beam, press further to click constant-on high. Return to off and press or click again within two seconds for a 5-milliwatt low IR beam.
The V1 Vampire runs on a single 123A lithium battery, is constructed of aerospace aluminum thats Mil-Spec hard anodized for extreme durability, and is 0-ring and gasket sealed to keep out moisture. The V1 also features a lockout tail cap, which prevents accidental activation during storage or transport.
- Model V1-B-BK
- Infrared and white-light output from one all-LED head, no IR filter needed
- Virtually failure-proof LED
- TIR lens produces
- Dual-output tail cap switch
- Output / Runtime -- White Light
- High: 250 Lumens / 1.5 hours*
- Low: 5.0lumens / 20.5 hours*
- Output / Runtime
- Infrared (IR)High: 100.0mW / 4.75 hours*
- Low: 5.0mW / 57.0 hours*
- Length: 4.4inches
- Bezel Diameter: 1.06inches
- Weight w/Batteries: 3.2ounces
- Batteries: 1 123A (included)
Export of the commodities described herein is strictly prohibited without a valid export license issued by the U.S. Department of State, Office of Defense Trade Controls, prescribed in the International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR), Title 22, Code of Federal Regulations, Parts 120-130.