LED LENSER lights are measured in lumens. LED LENSER USA uses ANSI/FL1 standards
as published by the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA). To date, this is the only industry-wide, agreed-upon standard of measurement.
Polymethyl metacrylate (PMMA). PMMA is a transparent thermoplastic, often used as a light
or shatter-resistant alternative to glass.
We use T6016 aluminum as our casing material for most LED LENSER flashlights.
LED LENSER'S aluminum casings are anodized (type II, 20 micron thickness) to apply a corrosion and wear resistant coating.
No. The LEDs used in LED LENSER lights are soldered to electronic circuit boards and cannot be replaced.
LED LENSER'S electrical contacts are hard gold plated. Gold is a superior conductor and resists corrosion.
Currently LED LENSER'S standard lights and headlamps are optimized for use with disposable batteries and the components can be damaged by the use of anything other than the recommended battery type. Similarly, each LED LENSER rechargeable flashlight and headlamp requires a specific battery to operate and should only be recharged directly through their recharging system.