The FoxFury Nomad® NOW is a compact and versatile scene light with a built-in carry handle. It can function as a lantern or be mounted to a tripod or magnet to deliver up to 3,300 lumens of field lighting. This cordless, rechargeable LED light can operate as a spotlight or flood light (by sliding the diffuser lens) with a run time of up to 24 hours. The NOW has instant light activation and is ideal for situations where speed, compactness, portability, and working hands-free is key. This versatile light can be included in search and rescue, field maintenance, emergencies (like blackouts and EMS) and disaster response.
The FoxFury Nomad® NOW is easy to transport and needs no cords or generators. This makes it easy to move and permissible to use indoors, outdoors or even submerged underwater. Powered by an internal rechargeable Li-ion battery system, the NOW provides three modes of light; low, medium, and high setting, enabling the user to adjust the light intensity according to the situation.
The Nomad® NOW is tripod mountable and can also be hung or placed on the ground. The included magnet mount can be used to mount the Nomad® NOW to metal surfaces including vehicles and buildings. This ultra-rugged light works in any weather and is waterproof, impact resistant and even meets NFPA fire resistant requirements. At 4.5 lbs (2 kg), it is lightweight enough to be carried by any individual and compact enough to store multiple units in a carry-on suitcase. First responders, industrial professionals and photographers around the globe rely on the Nomad® NOW for lighting on the go.[Patent Pending]. NOTE: The multi unit activation feature should not be used in tactical sensitive situations.
- Area Light and Spotlight
Area light: slide diffuser lens down for 120° flood light
Spotlight: slide diffuser lens up for 12° focused light
- All-Weather and Waterproof
This fully submersible lighting tool can be used underwater (up to 10 ft). Its all-weather design can thrive in the summer desert heat, heavy rain, the cold of a snow storm…and everything in between.
- Up to 24 Hours of Battery Life
Some events are over in a few hours and require as much as lighting as possible (vehicle extrication, EMS, etc.). The Nomad provides 3 continuous hours of light on its high mode. Other events are far more involved. The low mode provides 24 hours of continuous light for extended work period (power failure, large event in rural area, etc.)
- Battery Life Indicator
At a scene, you’ll want to keep track of how much light you have left. Every Nomad is equipped with a battery life indicator, which changes color from green to orange to red as the battery drains.
Green indicator: 70-100% battery charge left
Orange indicator: 30-70% battery charge left
Red indicator: under 30% battery charge left
|Lumens||550 – 3,300 Lumens|
|Battery Life||3 – 24 Hours|
|Power Source||Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery System or External Power 12VDC|
|Charge Time||4 Hours|
|Modes||3 (Low, Medium, High)|
|Weight||4.5 lbs (2 kg)|
|Dimensions||8.7 x 5.3 x 4.3 in (221 x 135 x 109 mm)|
|Fire Resistant||Meets Requirements of NFPA 1971-8.6 (2013)|
|Waterproof||9.8 ft (3 m)|
|Impact Resistant||3.3 ft (1 m)|
|Color Temperature||5700K, CRI 70|
|Operating Temperature||-4°F (-20°C) to 300°F (149°C)|
|Materials||Nylon 66 housing; 6061-T6 aluminum head; Polycarbonate Sliding Diffuser Lens|
|Beam Angle||12 Degree Spotlight
120 Degree Area Light
|Max Beam Distance||1,940 ft (591 m)|
|Features||2 lights in one: area light and spotlight; Stackable; Mountable on a tripod; Head rotates 45 degrees in either direction; AC or DC charge / drive; Battery life indicator; Sliding Diffuser Lens to change light type; Built-in handle; Remote activation within 20 ft (6 m) – not designed for tactical use.|
|What’s Included||Nomad® NOW Scene Light: Single Activation
Remote Key Fob
Nomad® AC Cable
Nomad® Prime and NOW AC-DC Adaptor
12VDC Vehicle Adaptor
¼” – 20 Threaded Set Screw
|Warranty||Limited Lifetime Warranty|
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