SureFire HL1-B-TN Helmet Light, with White & Infrared LEDs, Color: Coyote Tan

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About SureFire HL1-B-TN

The compact, multiple-output HL1-B-TN Helmet Light in tan features three white LEDs, two infrared LEDs and one blinking infrared LED that serves as a personal Identify Friend or Foe (IFF) beacon. The white primary LEDs are perfect for general-purpose, close-work illumination; the infrared secondary LEDs are for use with night vision devices (NVDs) and provide an invisible light signature when viewed by the naked eye.

The Helmet Light attaches via a special mount that clamps semi-permanently to the rim of any Modular Integrated Communications Helmet (MICH) by means of two socket-head machine screws. Once the mount is attached, the light can be easily slid onto the mount, where it locks in place; depressing a small lever slides it right off, so the Helmet Light can be quickly removed for servicing or transport onto its optional Z71 carry clip, which attaches to any MOLLE or ALICE vest.

SureFire HL1-B-TN Features

  • Made of durable glass-filled nylon polymer and neoprene
  • O-ring sealed, watertight body
  • Two toggle switches and a pressure switch for total control
  • White and infrared LEDs and infrared IFF LED beacon
  • Long runtime from a single 123A battery with 10-year shelf life
  • Easily removable for servicing or transfer to other helmets

SureFire HL1-B-TN Specifications

Maximum Output
19.2 lumens (White LED on high)
Glass filled nylon and neoprene
Waterproof (O-ring sealed)
One 3V Lithium CR123A battery
White High: 19.2 lumens/6 hrs
Infrared High: 2.5 lumens/20 hrs
White Med: 5.0 lumens/28 hrs
Infrared Med: 0.8 lumens/48 hrs
White Low: 1.4 lumens/48hrs
Infrared Low: 0.3 lumens/96 hrs
Tertiary IFF beacon: 1.72 mW/120 hrs
2.2 W x 2.6 H x 1.3 thick including mount
3.1 oz. w/battery & mount
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