Streamlight has launched an updated model of its Waypoint 300 rechargeable spotlight, with the new Waypoint 400.
The new version of the rechargeable pistol-grip spotlight offers up to 1,400 lumens of ultra-bright white light with 400,000 candela and a beam distance of 1,265 metres for enhanced down-range lighting capability. The portable light can be used as either a handheld mobile searchlight, or, with its integrated stand, as a hands-free scene light to illuminate an area.
“The new Waypoint 400 not only features extreme brightness, but also includes a far-reaching beam for extreme distance lighting,” said Michael F. Dineen, Streamlight’s Chief Revenue Officer.
“It features a waterproof design, and will float if dropped in water, making it the ideal spotlight for boating and other outdoor pursuits. Industrial workers, police and fire professionals and other first responders also will appreciate its weight-balanced design that virtually eliminates hand fatigue.”
The Waypoint 400 uses power LED technology and a deep-dish parabolic reflector for long-range targeting with optimum peripheral illumination. On the high setting, it features 400,000 candela, a 1,265-metre beam distance, and 1,400 lumens. On medium, it provides 600 lumens and an 812-metre beam distance; on low it offers 38 lumens and a beam distance of 200 metres. The new light runs for 3.25 to 84 hours on high and low, respectively.
It features a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, which can be fully charged within four hours, weighs 691g and measures 17.15cm long by 18.14cm high. Additionally, an IPX8-rated design means that the Waypoint 400 is certified for waterproof operation up to two metres, while being impact-resistant from a height of one metre.
Furthering that impact rating, the rugged Waypoint 400 features an unbreakable polycarbonate lens and is O-ring sealed. With a trigger-style switch for momentary or “constant-on” operation, the light boasts a cushioned grip handle that eliminates user hand fatigue. The light includes an adjustable, high-strength wrist lanyard, and features an integrated stand for hands-free lighting.