PIXA Multi-beam headlamps

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PIXA Multi-beam headlamps

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PIXA 1 - PIXA 2 - PIXA 3

The PIXA line comes in three models adapted for different uses.

Multi-beam headlamps adapted for close-range work, for moving around and for long-range vision

Headlamp keeps the hands free for work: may be worn on the head with the headband, mounted on a helmet, or placed on the ground

  • Mounting plate for helmets without headband (included)
  • Multiple lighting modes depending on model:
    - a mode adapted for close-range work: wide, uniform beam, lights to 15 meters for 12 hours (30 lumens)
    - a mode adapted for movement: mixed beam with focused component allows user to move around comfortably, lights to 30 meters for 6 hours (40 lumens) on PIXA 3
    - a mode adapted for long-range vision: highly focused beam, lights to 55 meters for 3 hours (50 lumens) on PIXA 3
  • Constant lighting, guaranteed lighting performance that does not diminish during its entire lifetime
  • Reserve lighting when batteries are almost discharged
  • Easy to use, even when wearing gloves:
    - three-mode rotating selector dial on PIXA 3; two mode on PIXA 2, and sork mode on PIXA1.
    - lamp body can be oriented to direct the light according to need (rotation up to 45°)
  • - fast and easy battery change
    • Durable:
      - excellent resistance to falls (2 meters), to impacts and to crushing (80 kg)
      - storage position protects the glass and keeps headlamp from being turned on accidentally
    • Comfortable adjustable headband, easily detached for washing
    • Battery charge indicator: repetitive flasher and red light on PIXA 2 and PIXA 3
    • Waterproof to -1 m for 30 minutes (IP 67), no maintenance required after immersion

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Country of Manufacture France
Manufacturer Petzl

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