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Sep28

New LEDs to Illuminate your Autumn - MH12GTS and P12GTS

Two new lights from Nitecore featuring the Cree XHP35 LED.

Different from other models in the Nitecore MH Series, the MH12GTS has its micro USB port on the tail of the light, next to the on/off switch. The built-in charging circuit provides a fast and safe process and can be used with a range of external power supplies, including a PC, power bank, solar panel or USB adapter.

Nitecore MH12GTS

The Nitecore MH12GTS features five brightness levels, ranging from 1 to 1800 lumens, plus Strobe, Beacon and SOS modes. The Strobe output has randomly changing frequencies which creates a dizzying effect on intruders or attracts attention if needed. The light is operated by a dual system of a tail switch for on, off and momentary on and a side switch to cycle through the brightness levels.

MH12GTS Cree XHP50

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The Nitecore P12GTS flashlight has a maximum output of 1800 lumens from the Cree XHP35 HD LED and can be powered by either 1 x 18650 Li-ion or 2 x CR123 single use batteries. 

Nitecore P12GTS

 The P12GTS is an ultra compact tactical searchlight, ideal for search and rescue, law enforcement and hunting. The light offers five brightness levels, ranging from 1 to 1800 lumens, plus Strobe, Beacon and SOS modes. In addition, the torch has direct access to the Turbo and Ultralow modes and a mode memory which restores the last output used when the light is turned off and then on again.

Nitecore P12GTS Torch

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Sep5

Nitecore TM10K 10,000 Lumen Compact Torch

Nitecore TM10K Official UK Launch.

Creating a torch this powerful and compact has taken a lot of careful consideration on Nitecore'e behalf. The TM10K has been made achievable by Nitecore's relentless research, in-depth knowledge and pioneering ideas within the lighting industry to pave the way for future revolutionary design. For example, the LEDs need to reach more than 100W to achieve the 10,000 lumen output; this equals 10 times the highest output of the Nitecore P12! Initially Nitecore thought of an IMR 18650 to power the TM10K, however they turned their attention to the 21700, originally designed for electric cars and featuring a higher performance and larger capacity. Although larger in size, the 21700 offers twice the discharge current and capacity of an IMR 18650. 

Nitecore TM10K

 

Another key issue that is inevitable with a torch of this size and power, is the large amount of heat produced by the LED. The answer? A compact and rigid unibody tube to enable timely dissipation, combined with the LEDs being embedded on a 4mm copper cooling PCB to accelerate the cooling process. In addition, the TM10K has two integrated thermal sensors which monitor the temperature of the LED and the system, calculating the appropriate output power and remaining runtime accordingly, using Advanced Temperature Regulations (ATR). 

TM10K Display Lumens

 

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