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Klarus XT30R (2018) review

2018
Cree XHP35 HI D4 LED
1800 lm output
168195 cd intensity
1 x BP2 Li-Ion battery pack

The Klarus XT30R (XT30R) released in 2018. It uses Cree XHP35 HI D4 LED, SMO reflector and 1 x BP2 Li-Ion battery pack. The powerful emitter in this flashlight provides up to 1800 lm output, 168195 cd intensity, and a beam distance of 820 m.

This light has 4 modes of lighting. The memory function is a nice feature, the light will remember the last used mode. It has a strobe function, which is one of the most effective self defense tools available. The XT30R flashlight is rechargeable easily via USB port.

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Klarus XT30R (XT30R) specifications

Brand
Klarus
Name
XT30R
Type
XT30R
Rating
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Launch
2018
Form
flashlight

Body

The aluminium body of flashlight treated with a Type III hard-anodized, anti-abrasive finish.

Weight
354 g
Length
250.3 mm
Body diameter
25.4 mm
Head diameter
58 mm
Material
aluminium alloy with HAIII hard-anodized finish
Colors
black

System

The emitter of XT30R manufactured by Cree, a US-based LED manufacturing company. The XT30R has a smooth reflector. The properly focused smooth reflector gives you a more cohesive hotspot and therefore throws better. It has an AR coated lens.

Emitter
Cree XHP35 HI D4 LED
Color temperature
6500 K
Reflector
SMO
Lens
toughtened AR coated glass
Switch
electronic side, mechanical rear, mode pedal rear

Performance

The throw is the calculated distance in meters at which the flashlight produces a light intensity of 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.

Flux
1800 lm
Intensity
168195 cd
Throw
820 m
CD/LM factor
93.44

Software

The XT30R has mode memory. Mode memory means that the light will remember the mode you were using when the light was last turned off, and when you turn it on again. The XT30R is tactical strobe ready. The strobe light is disorienting to the person it is aimed at which makes it difficult for them to concentrate. It has the SOS beacon function for an emergency situation. The SOS flashes Morse code so you can signal for help when needed.

Modes
4 modes
Mode memory
yes
Ramping mode
no
Strobe
yes
SOS/Beacon
yes

Features

The battery indicator lets you know when the battery is low, charging, or fully charged. This flashlight can charge the battery with an integrated charger, and it works with any USB power source. This flashlight has a built-in low voltage protection (LVP) to prevent damage to the cell from over-discharge, so protected cells are not necessary. The built-in thermal control automatically adjusts brightness output to prevent overheating.

Battery
1 x BP2 Li-Ion battery pack
Battery indicator
yes
Charger port
magnetic USB
LVP
yes
Thermal regulation
yes
Protection
IPx8
AUX LEDs
no
Magnetic
no

Accessories

It comes with a battery. The battery must be fully charged before you first use your XT30R. The package includes a holster to safely store your flashlight. The lanyard prevents accidental loss of the flashlight.

Package contents
BP2 battery pack
lanyard
magnetic USB charger cable
nylon holster
spare o-ring

The performance of the Klarus XT30R 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.

The specifications above are based on the official data published by the manufacturer, but we also take user reviews into consideration. If you found an error or something lacking in the specifications above for the Klarus XT30R, then don’t hesite and signal the problem to us.

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