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Introducing the Ai-1 Light Head from Atibal Illumination


335 LUMENS :: 200,000 CANDELA :: UP TO 3000FT OF REACH
The Ai-1 Light Head offers a more precise beam of light that can effectively illuminate targets up to 3000 feet away. The Ai-1 Light Head threads onto any light body that is powered by an 18650 or 18350 battery. Simply unscrew your existing light head and quickly replace it with the Atibal Illumination Ai-1 Light Head, no tools required and now you’re ready to blast a highly focused beam of light that will illuminate the target enabling more accurate identification and engagement.

Simple, practical, and extremely effective. Own the dark with Atibal Illumination.

The Ai-1 features a powerful emitter with a lamp embedded in a ceramic resonator. This gives the Ai-1 light head concentrating and throwing abilities matched by no other. The highly collimated light beams can penetrate through smoke, inclement weather, dust and more. The concentrated beam of the Ai-1 will bathe your target in intense illumination providing the most accurate PID or positive identification. The Atibal Illumination Ai-1 is designed to enhance the performance capabilities of all users regardless of the environment.

Reverse Polarity Protection
Over-Discharge Protection
Low Voltage Warning
No PWM, No Noise, Temp. Control Protection Function
Fully multi-coated, anti-reflective tempered glass lens

Precision Machined Aluminum Alloy Construction
Hard Coat Anodize
Output: 335 Lumens, up to 200,000 Candela
Runtime: 3 Hours w/ 18650 Battery | 1 Hour w/ 18350 Battery
Battery Type: 1x 18650/ 18350
Size: 1.28″ Diameter, 2.64″ Length
Compatibility: Any 18650 or 18350 Light Body
Weight: 3.2oz

7 Responses to “Introducing the Ai-1 Light Head from Atibal Illumination”

  1. jack says:

    What am I missing here? 335 Lumens? What is this? 2010?

    • Nick says:

      Check the candela…

    • mark says:

      Most likely using a new style of light called Laser Excited Phosphor (LEP).

      LEP is basically a ‘Fat Laser.’

      The lumens are low, but the beam is a fat laser that has tremendous range and candela. Rather then lighting up a 100’+ wide area at 100m like you would with a normal LED, you might only be lighting a 10-20′ circle, its that tight a beam.

      An alternative is using OSRAM White Flat LED’s. These offer more lumens, but less candela, although still much higher then a traditional LED. You need a larger reflector head for the Osram to reach the same candella of the LEP.

      Both represent the future of long range weapon lights.

  2. Elle says:

    Frickin’ lazer beams

  3. Chuck Mac says:

    Have to ask for procurement reasons made in USA or China ?

  4. Isaac says:

    Go check out the Blazer Weapons light, makes more sense and from the U.S., ALSO Class 1 FDA tech…brighter * safer.

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