LEP light, known as Laser Excited phosphor in the full name, produces a blue laser by focusing a lens onto a phosphor element that is mounted on a metal substrate. This results in a spotlight beam that has a much greater throwing distance than LED lights. Thanks to its powerful and pure beam, LEP technology has found a wide range of applications, including high-altitude search, maritime rescue, and field search. As a result, it is poised to replace LED light sources and become the dominant technology in the near future.
There are two methods of creating LEP light. One involves creating a white laser, while the other uses blue-emitting LEDs with Indium Gallium Nitride (InGaN) and yellow phosphor powder. This technique results in a Phosphor-Converted LED that uses blue light to excite the phosphor powder, resulting in a combination of blue and yellow wavelengths that produce a broad-spectrum white light. Additionally, LEP lights have high efficiency in emission and require less power than other light sources. Blue lights only require a typical drive current of 4.2 mA to produce the desired light intensity, while red and green lights require 8.8 and 10.5 mA respectively.
LEP (Laser Excited Phosphor) flashlights use a laser beam to excite a phosphor material, which creates a highly intense and focused beam of light. LED (Light Emitting Diode) flashlights, on the other hand, use a network of diodes to produce light.
The main difference between the two is the beam distance and intensity. LEP flashlights have a much longer beam distance and can provide a highly concentrated beam of light, making them suitable for activities such as hunting, camping, or outdoor exploration. LED flashlights, while still powerful, have a slightly shorter beam distance and are typically used for ordinary and everyday lighting needs.
Additionally, LEP flashlights tend to be more expensive due to their advanced technology compared to LED flashlights.
Choosing the best LEP (Laser Excited Phosphor) flashlight can be determined by considering several factors:
Brightness: Determine the brightness level you need for your intended use. Look for the output in lumens or candela.
Beam Concentration: LEP Flashlights have a concentrated beam and a long throw, making them ideal for long-range illumination. Choose a flashlight with the desired beam concentration based on your needs.
Battery Life: Check the battery life of the flashlight and ensure it meets your usage needs.
Durability: Look for LEP flashlights with durable materials such as aluminum, stainless steel or titanium. They are more resistant to impact and scratches than plastic.
Brand and reputation: Always go for a reputable brand that offers a warranty for peace of mind.
You may already own multiple weapon lights, or you may be in the market for your very first one. Either way, look no further, as nothing comes close to the cutting-edge technology and performance of the new Valkyrie Turbo!
Offering you a clear view of your target regardless of lighting conditions, this WMLthe first of its kind in the world is an LEP light configured perfectly for handgun mounting. Its compact size, combined with its amazing 530 Meters beam distance and 70,000+ Candela output, truly puts it in a class by itself!
We can't get over how groundbreaking this technology is! Using an LEP light source to illuminate your target over great distances, the Valkyrie Turbo does things no conventional weapon light can.
All handguns, and long guns for that matter, should have one, don't you think particularly for those one-of-a-kind pistols, a one-of-a-kind light is required?
lts tightly focused LEP beam offers a very intense hotspot and almost no spill. lts light intensity reaches 70,225 cd. much higher than LED lights of similar output, making it brighter at any range.
with very long throw
The Valkyrie Turbo adopts a laser-excited phosphor ( LEP) design rather than a light-emitting diode to illuminate.The LEP is a design that results in an exceptionally tight spotlight with 530 meters throw, far more than you can get compared to a traditional LED light.
✅Defeat the darkness
Taking advantage of LEP's tight spotlight, Your target is clearly illuminated and locked as far as the eye can see.
✅Two rail adapters to choose from
Attach or release securely to both Picatinny 1913 and Glock accessory rails
✅Quick install system
Quick to attach and detach with a locking swing arm.
✅Long battery life
Powered by 2*CR 123A batteries running for a Max of 184 minutes No need to wait for a recharge,just replace and go!
Quick access to On/Off and strobe with its ambidextrous switch. allowing you to operate without breaking your grip.
|GLOCK||SIG SAUER||WALTHER||SMITH &WESSON||OTHER||CZ|
|GLOCK 17||SIG SAUER P220||WALTHER PPQ||M&P 9MM||STEYR M9-A1||P-07|
|GLOCK 19||SIG SAUER P226||WALTHER P22||M&P .40||CANIK TP9SA||P-09|
|GLOCK 20||SIG SAUER P227||WALTHER CCP||M&P .40 2.0 VERSIONS||BERETTA 92||P-10C|
|GLOCK 22||SIG SAUER P229||WALTHER PK380||SPRINGFIELD XDM SERIES|
SPRINGFIELD XD SERIES
|GLOCK 23||SIG SAUER P320|