Invented by a police officer, the amazing new PowerFlare® PF-200 Safety Light is an essential piece of equipment for police, firefighters, EMTs, rescue first responders, and members of emergency response teams, don't you think it would make sense to carry at least one with you on your bike in case of emergency?
This compact (4”) light emits 360° of ultra-bright light from an array of 16 LEDs, visible for up to 10 miles away. It is waterproof and so tough, you can run it over with a tank!
Unlike flashlights with alkaline batteries or chemical light sticks, PowerFlare units can handle extreme temperatures and extreme situations (intrinsically safe), and feature an impressive 10 year storage/shelf life, using lithium batteries that won’t ever leak. This same technology used by first responders and the military is now available for you and your family.
Small enough to keep in a saddle bag, tank bag, or even those small underseat storage spaces that most bikes have.
The PowerFlare® PF-200 Safety Light has 10 flash patterns, including U.S. Coast Guard approved “SOS” (Morse code) and solid-on (lantern). Runs up to 100 hours on the replaceableCR-123 nonrechargeable batteries or up to 36 hours on the replaceable RCR-123 rechargeable batteries.
With a PowerFlare Electronic Beacon motorcyclists can gain the following benefits:
- Superior Visibility:
Super-bright LED array can be seen for miles at night, but is bright enough to provide you extra protection during the day, as well.
- 360° Coverage:
PowerFlare units clipped to seats, saddlebags or backpacks can provide 360° coverage. Lateral illumination, a common weakness of other emergency lights, is provided.
PowerFlare units are about the size of a hockey puck. They can be mounted or stored just about anywhere on your bike.
PowerFlare units can be used for traffic control, as a warning light, as a rescue beacon, and so on. Because they are watertight and non-reactive, they can be used in places where old-fashioned flares would be dangerous, such as in dry brush or in the presence of gasoline. And who really wants to carry an old-fashoned burning flare on your motorcycle!?
Plus, you can use them while hiking, rollerblading, and many other sports and activities.
||4.25” (12cm) diameter x 1.25” (3.5cm) tall
||Less than 7 oz. (200g) with battery
||1 CR-123 Lithium battery
|Op. & Storage
|Fahrenheit: -40/-40 to 212/248 deg F
Celsius: -40/-40 to 100/110 deg C
|360 degree LED array: solid-state; no filament
Max. Run Times,
|Flash Pattern PF -200
Solid-On High: 8 hours
Rotate: 15 hours
Alternate: 10 hours
Quad-Blink: 15 hours
Double-Blink: 30 hours
Fast-Blink: 12 hours
Slow-Blink: 100 hours
Solid-On Low: 60 hours
“S-O-S”: 24 hours
Flashlight: 15 hours
|Approvals & Certifications:
||• Complies with U.S. DOT (FMCSA) 49 CFR §§
392.25 & 393.95(g).*
• MUTCD Type A (flashing) and Type C (solid on).
• Designed to meet MIL-SPEC/MIL-STD 810 for
shock, vibration, and water-resistance.
|** Our site does NOT reflect what we currently have in stock. Some items may be special ordered from the supplier.
Special orders take 3-7 business days, and backorders can take 5-20 business days for us to receive.|