Flashlights within everyone’s grasp
LEDWAVE flashlights are instruments of great technical precision.
They are designed and manufactured to suit the strict requirements of the world’s armies, law enforcement and professional user.
Manufactured in CNC machined 6063-T aluminium. This type of aluminium is used both by the army and aeronautic industry and is also coated in an IIb-type anodised layer. Our flashlights have been tested and certified in accordance with the MIL-STD-461E and MIL-STD-810F standards.
LEDWAVE flashlights are tough and precise, whatever the operating conditions.
All LEDWAVE flashlight bulbs are protected by a tempered glass lens. The advantage of this material over polycarbonate is its greater resistance to the high temperatures produced after prolonged use and impacts.
LEDWAVE flashlights are also weatherproof as they come with high-performance O-ring seals. Whatever the weather conditions, you may use your LEDWAVE flashlight without worrying about changes in its accurate performance.
Our flashlights incorporate top performance CR123A lithium or rechargeables batteries.
LEDWAVE flashlights are safe, reliable and hard-wearing.
Focus or prefocus?
Example of flashlight with a maximum focus point: relatively bright centre with scant light outside the centre.Example of flashlight with a minimum focus point: there is no real light centre and the corona is diffuse and imprecise, which gives rise to numerous shadows and distortions.Example of LEDWAVE flashlight with prefocusing: a perfect spotlight, centred on a uniformly lit corona with neither shadows nor distortions.
LEDWAVE flashlights are equipped with a prefocusing system. The flashlight reflector has been designed by CAO to shed maximum light on the target. It yields a point of maximum intensity in the centre of the light beam and a very broad corona to guarantee maximum possible light diffusion.
On manual focus flashlights either a maximum focus point or a wide corona can be chosen.
The number of lumens of a flashlight is solely a partial indicator of its performance, as this only gives an idea of the light amount obtained at a specific point.
What really needs to be taken into account is both the light intensity of the whole light beam focused on a target, and the flashlight’s reach.