Very powerful rechargeable flashlight that can also be used as a powerbank with a capacity of 5000mAh and a light output of maximum 3850 lumen.
PT26 User Manual
Patented Ultra Bright USB Rechargeable Flashlight
LED: 9 CREE XP-G2 S4 LEDs
Output & Runtime
ANSI/NEMA FL 1
Output (Lumens) / 26650
Running time(Hour) / 26650
Output(Lumens) / 18650
Running time(Hour) / 18650
Peak beam intensity (cd)
Max beam distance(m)
IPX8 (under water 2meters)
Length: 125.4mm/ 4.94in
Head diameter: 53mm/ 2.087in
Body diameter: 34mm/ 1.338in
349g/ 12.31oz (included 26650 battery)
NOTICE: The above-mentioned parameters are approximate and may vary between flashlights, batteries and environments.
This is a high-performance light and generates significant heat in Turbo mode. To protect the light and user, the built-in temperature testing system keeps the temperature ≤50 degrees; output in Turbo will be adjusted by real time temperature monitoring
Use of 18650 Battery
The PT26 is compatible with 18650 sized batteries.
Before doing so, loosen the head. Insert the 18650 battery (using the sleeve) and tighten the tail. Tighten the head and simultaneously press the switch. This will allow the light to operate in Turbo mode. If you do not press the switch, the light will not operate in Turbo mode (but other modes will work).
Carefully unscrew and remove the light’s head, and connect USB charging cable(s) as shown in the diagram below. Either, or both of the 2 micro USB ports may be used
Charging time: 2.5h (5V/ 3A)
26650 Battery capacity: 5000mAh
NOTICE: The 18650 battery can also be charged this way.
The white circle indicator will flash red whilst charging. When fully charged, flashing will stop and the red indicator will remain on -it will go out when the charging lead is removed.
Power Bank output
The standard USB socket can be used as a power bank. Connect a USB lead to your device to start charging.
USB output: 5V/1A
Output time: 2.25h
Output indicator: the indicator light will flash 5 times, and continue for 10 seconds
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