Recently, we conducted a survey on the market and found that when many users choose flashlights, flashlights with three brightness levels of 1000, 2000, and 3000 are more popular. The flashlights of these three brightness levels are also inextricably linked to everyone's budget and purpose. So for novice players, how to choose the most suitable one among these three types?
We know that the brightness of a flashlight depends on the capacity of the battery, the type of LED and the emitter or reflector. But when the flashlight is in high-brightness mode, the battery will generate a lot of heat, making it feel very hot when you hold it. As a result, the built-in temperature control system of the flashlight will immediately cool down, making the brightness gradually decrease. Therefore, when the flashlight is in high-brightness mode, the running time is usually relatively short.
The longer the running time in high-brightness mode, the better?
Long-term operation in high-brightness mode means that the interior of the flashlight will have to withstand huge heat, and the battery life will be shortened, which has a potential explosion hazard. Generally, in circuit design, manufacturers will design short-circuit emergency and temperature control systems to cool down to avoid safety accidents caused by improper use. Especially for DIY designs, the lack of safety guarantees and temperature control testing often leads to safety problems.
For the safety of each user, Olight’s flashlight not only uses high-quality circuit boards and an intelligent temperature control system, but also achieves the ultimate in brightness. Let's show novice users the type of flashlight with Olight 1000/2000/3000 lumens brightness level:
Regardless of the brightness of the flashlight you choose, please consider your budget and usage in total. If you only need general lighting for the flashlight, you might as well try our pocket flashlight, which is more cost-effective and bright.
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