“NSN”–Multi-program version 6.8IR Kit (NSN 6230-01-605-9635) Made in USA
Fifteen different modes to choose from, you set it to your preferred setting and forget it, includes strictly IR modes, light grenade/distraction mode, dual red/green LED medic selection and more. Click here to view all modes. Special feature is ~ 3 hour IR selection auto off timer helps avoid inadvertent battery drain due to inadvertent activation. Made in the USA.
6.8IR Default mode is Version 1 – mode 3. The sequence follows:
- IR continuous
- IR flashing
- Red continuous
- Green continuous
- Blue continuous
- Off (No lock feature activated)
- Emergency Off Feature – To turn off the E/T Light simply hold switch down for 3 seconds. There is no need to scroll through all the selections.
- Memory Feature – If the unit losses power for any reason the last selection stays in memory and when power is restored will turn back on to that selection.
- Locking Feature – This feature locks in the selected color after 3 seconds of having been left on a particular selection. This serves several purposes, one it prevents triaged patients from easily upgrading their triage status. Two, when attached to a patient or personnel it prevents the lights from changing color if the switch is inadvertently pressed. If the switch is pressed nothing happens, the color and flash pattern remain the same.
- We run as little as 1 penny to 4 pennies per hour to run, great long term savings
- Kit includes, 550 para-chord w/breakaway lanyard, Gen II nosecone, and 3” T-tab for easy attachment to MOLLE, helmet straps, handles, etc…
Tests and Reports
E/T Light Test Reports
Passed MIL-STD 810 Explosive Atmosphere testing, & intrinsic safety report
TEEX TESTED Competitors vs. E/T Lights, visibility over days & at different distances
JIFX 17-3 E/T Lights vs Chemical Lights
E/T Lights vs Chemical lights considerations and calculations
Initial field triage tag study using lights as initial nighttime/adverse condition field triage tags
Thoughts from USMC, CPT, Air control squadron
DMS training school, Providing a form of security concerning accountability
TAC-ONE Consulting, TCCC training review
Soldier feedback, work and play
San Francisco Paramedics Association (SFPA)
SSI, Security Solutions International
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