3 lights in 1: Combination area light, spotlight and scene light
Different tasks require different lighting needs. Some cases demand light in all directions.
As an area-spot and scene light, this light provides three types of lights in one.
- Area light: fold out light panels and slide diffuser lens up for 120° flood light
- Spotlight: fold out light panels and slide diffuser lens down for 12° focused light
- Scene light: fold in light panels for 360° scene lighting
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 the 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.).
Overhead tripod light
Many portable area lights only extend to 6ft (1.8 m) tall, which is near the eye level and potentially blinding.
The 360 extends up to 8.5 ft (2.6 m) tall to deliver overhead lighting that does not blind the user.
Solo operation and 20 second deployment
The 360 stows as a compact tube weighing 23 lbs (10.4 kg). A shoulder strap is included for easy transport. The light is designed so that an individual can deploy it in 20 seconds
Battery level indicator
At a scene, you’ll want to keep track of how much light you have left. Every Nomad is equipped with a battery level 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
Built to last
This rugged light is tough enough for any job. Its nylon body withstands impact and the heat of a fire scene.
Hold-down clamp for high wind environments
In severe wind, you may want to weigh the light down as a safety measure.
A D-ring at the base of the unit allows a sandbag to be attached.