Acebeam Rider RX 2.0: A Fidget EDC AA Flashlight
The Acebeam Rider RX 2.0 (RIDERRXV2) released in 2023. It uses unspecified CW LED, SMO reflector and 1 x 14500 Li-Ion battery. The powerful emitter in this flashlight provides up to 1000 lm output, 2756 cd intensity, and a beam distance of 105 m.
The Rider RX 2.0 is an impressive flashlight that offers both power and reliability. Its robust build and outstanding illumination make it a versatile lighting instrument. This light has 4 modes of lighting. Since the Rider RX 2.0 flashlight automatically recalls the last used mode, there is no need to access higher brightness levels or additional features unless specifically required.
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Acebeam Rider RX 2.0 (RIDERRXV2) specifications
|Name||Rider RX 2.0|
Flashlights enable you to navigate in the dark, locate supplies, signal for help, or provide comfort and security in challenging circumstances.
|Body diameter||26.1 mm|
|Head diameter||18.6 mm|
|Material||aluminium alloy with HAIII hard-anodized finish|
The 64.3 g flashlight would be considered extremely lightweight for a handheld flashlight. It's important to consider the length of the flashlight to ensure it fits comfortably in your desired carrying method. Aluminium is a lightweight material, which is beneficial for Rider RX 2.0 flashlight. Hard-Anodized Type III (HAIII) is a specific anodizing process that creates a thicker and harder oxide layer compared to regular anodizing. It involves subjecting the aluminum to a higher voltage and a sulfuric acid bath, resulting in a dense and durable coating. This flashlight comes in a sleek black color option.
|Emitter||unspecified CW LED|
|Color temperature||6500 K|
|Lens||toughtened AR coated glass|
Warm white light is generally considered more comfortable and less harsh on the eyes compared to cool white light. The Rider RX 2.0 features a smooth reflector (SMO). If long-range illumination and throw distance are the primary requirements, a flashlight with a smooth reflector may be more suitable. The AR coating of the lens helps to mitigate these reflections by altering the refractive index of the lens surface.
The Rider RX 2.0 has mechanical switch. Mechanical switches often offer tactile feedback, allowing users to feel a distinct click or resistance when the switch is pressed. This feedback helps users confirm that the switch has been activated or deactivated, providing a reassuring sense of control and awareness. The Rider RX 2.0 uses a reear switch. Rear switches are commonly found on tactical flashlights designed for law enforcement, military, and self-defense purposes. The rear switch allows for quick and easy momentary activation or constant-on activation, enabling rapid response and tactical maneuvering.
The 1000 lm output of Rider RX 2.0 provides greater versatility, as you can adjust the brightness levels to suit different lighting needs. With 2756 cd, the Rider RX 2.0 flashlight provides a noticeably brighter and more intense beam of light. It can illuminate objects or areas with greater clarity and visibility, even at longer distances. The throw distance refers to the maximum distance at which the flashlight can effectively illuminate an object or target. The stated throw distance typically indicates the point at which the brightness falls below a specified threshold, such as 0.25 lux. The candela per lumen (cd/lm) ratio can be used to determine if a flashlight has a spot or flood type beam. Well-focused spot beams can be over 100 cd/lm, tactical flashlights are typically between 20-100 cd/lm, and work lights are less than 10 cd/lm.
Modes on a flashlight refer to different output settings or levels of brightness that can be selected to suit different needs and preferences. The Rider RX 2.0 has mode memory. Mode memory means that the flashlight will remember the mode you were using when the light was last turned off, and when you turn it on again. The Rider RX 2.0 has an SOS signal mode. The SOS code consists of three short signals, followed by three long signals, and then three short signals again.
|Battery||1 x 14500 Li-Ion battery|
|Impact resistance||1 m|
The power source of the Rider RX 2.0 flashlight is 1 x 14500 Li-Ion battery, providing reliable and long-lasting energy for optimal performance. The Rider RX 2.0 doesn't have charger port. A charger port is a designated connection point or interface where you can plug in a charger to recharge the flashlight's battery. When the Rider RX 2.0 flashlight detects that the voltage of the battery has dropped to a certain threshold, it automatically reduces or cuts off the power output to prevent further discharge. This helps to preserve the battery's capacity and prevent it from reaching a critically low voltage level.
The Rider RX 2.0 has thermal protection feature. The thermal protection mechanisms are designed to monitor and regulate the temperature of the flashlight during operation. This feature helps prevent overheating, which can be detrimental to the flashlight's performance, battery, and overall safety. The "6" in the IP68 rating represents the level of protection against solid objects, specifically dust and foreign particles. It indicates that the Rider RX 2.0 flashlight, is fully protected against the entry of dust and other solid objects.
The Rider RX 2.0 flashlight with IP68 rating can withstand being submerged in water beyond 1 meter for a prolonged period, typically specified by the manufacturer. This flashlight is designed to withstand impacts of up to 1 m without sustaining significant damage, ensuring its durability and reliability even in challenging conditions.
|Package contents||14500 battery with USB Type-C|
2 x spare o-rings
USB Type-C cable
The included battery is selected to meet the specific power requirements of the Rider RX 2.0 flashlight, ensuring reliable and efficient operation. Attaching a lanyard to your Rider RX 2.0 flashlight provides an additional layer of security, reducing the risk of accidental drops or loss. Regularly replacing worn or damaged O-rings helps maintain the overall durability and performance of the flashlight.
The performance of the Acebeam Rider RX 2.0 flashlight is measured according to the ANSI / NEMA FL1 Standard 30 seconds after switching the light on. The ANSI/NEMA FL1 2009 Standard is a set of flashlight performance guidelines.
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