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The new water activated C-Strobe from ACR is a feature rich personal distress light that combines intense LED technology with increased operating life to provide you with the ultimate multi-function distress light. The C-Strobe is USCG/SOLAS approved and features an impact resistant case – making it a reliable, multi-purpose light whenever efficient distress lighting is needed.

ACR C-Strobe H2O Water Activated Personal Distress Strobe Light

PT#: 3964.1

ACR C-Strobe™ H2O Water Activated Personal Distress Strobe Light

:: Specifications

  • Size: 5.56" x 1.38" x 1.2" (14.1 x 3.5 x 3.0 cm)
  • Weight:1.4 oz (40 g) without batteries
  • Operational Life:>120 hr at 30°C (>100 hr at -1°C)
  • Operation: Manual On/Off button or Water Activation
  • Activation Method: Water or Manual Activation
  • Waterproof: Tested for 24 hrs @ 3.3 ft (1m)
  • Lamp: 45 Lumen White LED
  • Light Type: Strobe / Steady-On / SOS
  • Battery: 2 AA batteries (sold separately)
  • Certification: USCG/SOLAS, CE, Transport Canada
  • Reverse Battery Protection: Yes
  • Accessories (with carded version): PFD Clip, Lanyard, Velcro Strap
  • Limited Warranty: 1 year

:: Features

  • For location assistance during low-light emergencies
  • 3 Modes – Strobe, Steady-On, and SOS
  • Exceedingly bright 45 Lumen White LED
  • Extensive continuous operating life of greater than 120 hours (strobe mode)
  • Waterproof – Tested for 24 hrs at 3.3 ft. (1m)
  • Water activation sensors – Automatic activation when in contact with water
  • Impact resistant case
  • Uses two "AA" 1.5V batteries (not included)
  • USCG/SOLAS Approved
  • Ideal for life jackets, camping, biking, auto, etc.
  • Included Velcro® strap (with carded version) used in conjunction with integral lashing loops for mounting flexibility
  • Included PFD clip (with carded version) for easy attachment to oral inflation tube

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