French Company Sunrock presents latest technology military searchlight Night Reaper Mark 3 0106136
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Sunrock Night Reaper searchlight at FED 2013
|Saturday, June 1, 2013, 02:31 PM|
|French Company Sunrock presents latest technology of military searchlight Night Reaper Mark 3.|
The French Company Sunrock presents latest technology of Crew Served Weapon Light (CSWL) with its Night Reaper searchlight with Mark 3 mount system at FED 2013, the French defence event of buyers and suppliers of Defence Industry which was held 29 and 30 May 2013 in Paris, France.
Sunrock searchlight Crew Served Weapon Light (CSWL) with Mark 3 mount system.
The Night Reaper searchlight has been designed and developed by a former Navy SEAL, Ken J. Good. To continue the development of the product and qualitatively control the manufacturing process, the company Sunrock has now acquired the capacity to produce and marketed the Night Reaper for the defense industry.
The Night ReaperTM Crew Served Weapon Light (CSWL) is a 50-watt, 5,200 lumen High Intensity Discharge (HID) Searchlight that simultaneously provides an unparalleled combination of long range and wide-angle illumination in both white and Infrared (IR) light.
Unlike other lighting systems that involve the requirement of either manually or remotely “rotating the bezel” in order to provide either a narrow beam of bright light or a wide beam of pale light, the Night Reaper’sTM pre-focused, long-arc Xenon-Metal gas-filled lamp and reflector provide a consistently intense beam that illuminates vast areas over great distances at the same time. Inherent within the Night ReaperTM CSWL is a built-in thermal controller that automatically regulates the light down to 40-watts and 4,200 lumens after approximately 5 minutes of CONSTANT ON use. If the searchlight is turned off and then turned on again, it immediately reverts to the 50-watt, 5,200 lumen output and the time cycle begins again.
The Night Reaper™ can be configured with or without an internal battery which will allow the system to run continuously for up to 60 minutes should vehicle power be interrupted. If a remote power interruption does occur, the searchlight will auto-switch to the internal battery. If the remote power is restored, the searchlight will seamlessly switch it's operation back to the remote power source to take advantage of the continuous source of power..
The Sunrock searchlight Night Reaper mounted on weapon station of French army VBL 4x4 armoured vehicle personnel carrier.