- LED LENSER T7.2 Review - Deutsch
Particularly designed for law enforcement systems, the T7M is a powerful tactical torch encased in a rugged anodized housing which could be used to smash through glass in emergency situation circumstances. It is equipped with unique Tactical Smart Light functions which boost it's capabilities in expert applications while enabling a choice of 2 power modes for optimum efficiency.
A variable emphasis layout, the T7M makes use of a solitary high toughness CREE LED to supply a 400 lumen beam at a range of as much as 280 metres. Swtiching to reduced power leads to a 40 lumen beam of light and 100 metres of exposure, while conserving battery power and supplying runtimes of up to 35 hrs on a solitary set of batteries. Outfitted with LED Lenser's trademarked AFS Advanced Focus System optics, the individual can switch over swiftly from a wide, uniform flood light beam to a greatly concentrated area light with the one-handed gliding Speed Focus control. AFS is thought about among the best optics systems worldwide today and also gives stageless focal shifts without dark areas, rings or various other adverse artefacts.
The T7M benefits from an onboard microcontroller which provides access to a variety of Smart Light setups, along with a reduced battery caution system. The Smart Light setups on the T7M are optimised for law enforcement as well as tactical applications and include Morse signalling, SOS, Defence strobe, blink, dim as well as pulse functions.
The portable, anodized body of the T7M is rated to IPX4 against water & dirt ingress and also offers optimum hold and handling. A supplied lanyard also enables the lantern to be worn around the neck if needed. The torch head is fitted with a quick lock feature which is excellent for circumstances such as holstering or unholstering without mistakenly customizing the settings.
Features & Benefits:
– Rugged, anodized real estate supplies exceptional toughness and rust resistance
– Torch could be utilized to shatter through glass in emergency situation circumstances