SureFire Tactical Helmet Light HL1-B Tan

Item Code: HL1-B-TN
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  • Dimension: 2.2" x 3.2" x 2.4"
  • Two Toggle Switches and Pressure Switch for Control
  • O-Ring Sealed, Watertight Body
  • Blinking Infrared LED Serves as IFF Beacon
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    The SureFire Tactical Helmet Light  features three white LEDs, two infrared LEDs, and one blinking infrared LED that helps as Identify Friend or Foe (IFF) beacon. The white primary LEDs are useful as general-purpose, close-work illumination lights while the infrared secondary LEDs are for use with night vision devices (NVDs) and provide an invisible light signature when viewed by the naked eye. The tan model attaches to Modular Integrated Communications Helmets (MICH) thanks to the ambidextrous mount with 20 preset positions that allow the light to be rotated 360 degrees when attached. Once the mount has been attached to the helmet, it quickly slid on and locked securely in place. Pressing a lever on the mount unlocks the light, allowing for quick removal for servicing or transfer onto its optional Z71 carry clip, which attaches to any MOLLE or ALICE vest.


        • Made of durable glass-filled nylon polymer and neoprene
        • O-ring sealed, watertight body
        • Two toggle switches and a pressure switch for total control
        • White and infrared LEDs and infrared IFF LED beacon
        • Long runtime from a single 123A battery with 10-year shelf life
        • Easily removable for servicing or transfer to other helmets
        • Size: 2.2 W x 2.6 H x 1.3 thick including mount
        • Weight: 3.1 oz. with battery and mount


        • White High: 19.2 lumens/6 hrs
        • Infrared High: 2.5 lumens/20 hrs
        • White Med: 5.0 lumens/28 hrs
        • Infrared Med: 0.8 lumens/48 hrs
        • White Low: 1.4 lumens/48hrs
        • Infrared Low: 0.3 lumens/96 hrs
        • Tertiary IFF beacon: 1.72 mW/120 hrs
        • Available in tan body color
        • Dimension: 2.2" x 3.2" x 2.4"
    WARNING: This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to

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