NightSearcherTM are a leading British Company, who specialise in the design and manufacture of LED lighting solutions from their Head Office, based in Hampshire, England. In 1989 Colin Howard, Managing Director, began manufacturing NightSearcher products, designing and specialising in rechargeable lighting solutions. These products were specifically supplied to the Emergency services and industrial markets, where NightSearcher has developed a high reputation for quality and service.
The ProStar has been very thoughtfully designed for both the Emergency Services sectors. The hand-held unit is able to stand on its end for elevated height and has an adjustable 90° tilting head that locks into place. Complete with adjustable shoulder straps which allow the user to remain hands free to carryout emergency tasks. All neatly housed in a stylish grey and blue coloured hand held compact unit. It has up to 20 hours runtime on search mode and is protected by durable housing (impact resistant to 1.5 metres and ingress protection of IP65 rating), meaning it can certainly withstand hard knocks.
The ultra-powered 8000 lumens Search and Floodlight has selectable settings of two beam widths, make ProStar an ideal accessory. Especially with its remarkably long-distance searchlight function of a 1000 metre beam and wide-angled floodlight.
At a touch of a button, ProStar easily runs through a choice of 9 sequential modes to include; Boost, Search, Flood, SOS, Strobe and Dimmable that are available in Full, Half and Low. When the unit is switched on, the battery indicator will always illuminate, exhibiting colourful status lights. Supplied with a handy vehicle or wall mounting charging bracket, it uses a lightweight rechargeable Lithium-ion battery for reliability and longevity. The unit is fully charged in six hours.
Supplied with an AC adaptor, charging base and shoulder strap with optional accessories, including a vehicle charger. Overall, the ProStar is the essential work companion available in the market place that is ideally suited for the Emergency Services sectors.