Armor & Mobility

SEP-OCT 2016

Military magazines in the United States and Canada, covering Armor and Mobility, focuses on tactical vehicles, C4ISR, Special Operations Forces, latest soldier equipment, shelters, and key DoD programs

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Streamlight's TLR-1 HL® (High Lumen) streamlight.com Streamlight's TLR-1 HL® (High Lumen) is a versatile rail-mounted tactical light that delivers the optimal balance: brightness, power, performance, run time – and cost. Whether for room clearing, illuminating dark alleys, or search and rescue operations, the TLR-1 HL provides an 800 lumen blast of light to flood an entire area, while also providing a wide beam pattern to illuminate what may be lurking along perimeters or in dark corners. The lightweight, compact light features a shock-proof C4® LED to provide 1.75 hours of continuous run time, and also includes a user-programmable strobe for signaling and disorienting. Its one-handed interface keeps hands safe when attaching or detaching the light to weapons. Powered by two 3-volt, CR123A lithium batteries, the TLR-1 HL is fabricated from 6000 series machined aluminum, and features impact-resistant con- struction. Weighing 4.18 ounces, and measur- ing 3.39 inches in length, the light is IPX7 rated for waterproof operation to one meter for 30 minutes and has an operating temperature range of -40 degrees F to +120 degrees F. LED Smart ledsmart.com The patented HTL system is designed for use with expeditionary or long-term structures. This system can function as both the LED light- ing and electrical grid for the shelter. The entire ProTac ® Rail Mount 1 350 Lumens 219 meter beam TEN-TAP ® Programming ProTac ® Rail Mount 2 625 Lumens 297 meter beam TEN-TAP ® Programming STREAMLIGHT.COM WITHOUT BREAKING THE BANK. Introducing our fi rst ProTac ® lights engineered with rugged, integrated mounts for MIL-STD 1913 rails. SHATTER THE DARK ©2016 Streamlight, Inc. light-weight system is secured to the shelter either by the provided hanging straps or hooks. The daisy chainable lights allow for flexible set-up. The low power, 160° wide-angle, 3400- lumen light output reduces the number of lights needed. For combat operations HTL System equipped with dual color modes for regular and blackout (NVIS Red, Green or Blue) conditions, as well as a non-battery emergency light mode. Multi-functional, operates with 120 or 220V systems. The widest operation condition for LED lights of its type on the market today. The whole lighting system can be controlled by Light Control Switches or controlled individually. Each main kit includes three lights, two GFCI receptacles and one Light Control Switch, along with a standard 50' extension cable. Optional 120V or 220V Power Distribution Panel allows for the power from the generator to the shelter for any electrical product use. This system can be erected and disas- sembled quickly and efficiently with little train- ing. This tough system is rated for -51°C ~ 60°C operating temperature and IP67. www.tacticaldefensemedia.com 2016 Annual Warfighters Tactical Gear Guide | Armor & Mobility | 33 2016 ANNUAL WARFIGHTERS TACTICAL GEAR GUIDE

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