Mini flashlight | Flashlight performance

2022-06-23 11:56:59

The ANSI FL1 standard for flashlights was introduced in 2009, ensuring models are tested and rated in the same way. Compliance with these standards is voluntary, with manufacturers conducting their own testing, but the performance data below is now included on the packaging of most major brands.
Light Output: In lumens. This is a measure of how much light the flashlight emits at its highest brightness setting powered by a new battery. It may also appear for multiple light setups. It's a great comparison tool, but doesn't tell the whole story about brightness. Beam intensity, distance and type all affect the effectiveness of light in different applications. Light output can range from a modest 20 lumens (great for reading books) to a terrain-scorching 3500 lumens.
Beam Distance: in meters. This is how far the light will shine before its brightness fades to the equivalent of a full moon. Full moon lighting is considered enough to travel outdoors safely and carefully. This distance will vary with the brightness setting selected.
Run time: in hours. How long it takes for the light output to drop to 10% of the rated output of a new battery, rounded to the nearest quarter of an hour. Light output may gradually decrease over time, or remain essentially constant and then decrease suddenly. The runtime is usually given for each light setup. The runtime graph (if available) provides the best illustration of the light's performance over time.
Impact resistance: in meters. The luminaire is tested with 6 drops onto concrete at rated distance. This test is mainly to ensure that the light will still function properly after the occasional accidental drop. It is not a resistance test where the test light is run over, hit by a heavy object, or used to hit other objects.
water resistance
IPX system
Water resistance is important if the lights are used in the rain or around bodies of water. Three levels are used:
Indicates an IPX4 rating after impact testing and is splash resistant from all angles.
IPX7 - Temporary Immersion: Up to 30 minutes at a depth of 1m.
IPX8 - Immersion: Up to 4 hours at specified depth.

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