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ACR Electronics ACR Firefly Plus - Strobe/Flashlight Combo

The ACR Firefly Plus® uses two standard AA batteries to power either a convenient working flashlight or a xenon strobe. Waterproof with a magnetic switch. Wrist lanyard. Omnidirectional strobe visible up to 2 miles. High-impact ABS case. White strobe and flashlight combo is compact and versatile enough for a number of uses: boating, hiking, hunting, camping, skiing and more. Xenon strobe Magnetic switch Waterproof
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is this LED and what is the lumen output?

asked 3 years, 8 months ago
on ACR Firefly Plus - Strobe/Flashlight Combo
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It is a Strobe light,
Beam 6 feet (1.8 m) wide at a distance of 3 feet(.9 m)
Strobe Omnidirectional 360°
Visibility High intensity strobe light is visible over1 m (1.6 k)
Flash Rate 40-60 flashes per minute
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answered 3 years, 7 months ago
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