Quick start installation tips for Nightstick's FORGE™ and FORTEM™ fire helmet lights.
How to mount the Nightstick NSP-4650B and FORTEM XPP-5466 model dual-light flashlights onto a helmet.
The ultimate helmet-mounted flashlight for emergency personnel and first responders. The XPP-5418 Series Flashlight is cETLus, ATEX, and IECEx listed Intrinsically Safe for use in both above and below ground hazardous locations where explosive gases and dusts may be present. The 5418 uses an LED rated at 200 lumens that works with a deep parabolic reflector to create a 143 meter flashlight beam. The tail switch provides momentary or constant-on functionality. This light meets the requirements of NFPA-1971-8.6 from 3 AA premium batteries (not included). The mount can be attached to either side of the helmet to provide hands-free illumination. Additionally, the user can set the angle of the mount through 140 degrees of adjustment to provide clearance around face shields, goggles or other helmet-mounted equipment.
This Tactical Fire Light (flashlight only FDL-300R or FDL-300R-K01 is kit w/Multi-Angle Helmet Mount) is a complete system for attaching the Tactical Fire Light to any Fire Helmet or Hard Hat. The Tactical Fire Light is rated at 180 Lumens and has a tight long-throw beam that is distance rated at 190 meters. The entire system is IP-X7 waterproof and is drop rated at 2 meters. The mount can be attached to either side of the helmet to provide hands-free illumination for the wearer. Additionally, the user can set the angle of the mount through 140 degrees of adjustment to provide clearance around face shields, goggles or other helmet-mounted equipment. The FDL-300R-K01 meets the requirements of NFPA-1971-8.6 (2013).
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