Lumens, lux and candela are units of light measurement, but they measure different things. Lumens measure the total light emitted by a light source in all directions. The candela measures the intensity of light visible to the human eye in a specific direction. Lux, on the other hand, measures the amount of light falling on a surface to illuminate it . As for the flashlight, lumens measure the total amount of light emitted by the flashlight in all directions. A candela measures the intensity of a beam at its brightest point. Lux, on the other hand, measures the amount of light falling on a surface illuminated by a flashlight . For example, if you have a flashlight with 500 lumens and focus its beam on one square meter, that area has an illuminance of 500 lux. However, if you disperse the beam so that it now illuminates five square meters, even though the lumens remain the same (500), the illuminance drops to 100 lux due to the additional space requiring illumination .

Candelas are important in flashlights because they measure the intensity of the light beam at its brightest point. By understanding candelas, we can get a good idea of whether our flashlight will have a “diffuse” or “focused” beam . The higher the candela rating, the more intense the light beam, which can be seen from greater distances. If you’re looking for a flashlight to cut through fog and smoke or want a very bright beam center, choose a flashlight with a high candela rating. On the other hand, if you plan to do a lot of close-up work or need to illuminate a space evenly, choose a flashlight with a lower candela rating.


ADS (Advance Dimming System) – an advanced system for adjusting light intensity in flashlights. It allows the user to smoothly change the brightness of the light according to needs and situations, ensuring optimal visibility in all conditions. The ADS system works with a single button, which can be used to adjust the intensity of the light from brightest to darkest. This kind of adjustment allows you to easily adjust the brightness of the light beam to suit your needs.

DSS (Dual Source System) – allows the flashlight to be powered by two different energy sources: a rechargeable battery and regular batteries. This allows the user to use the device continuously even when the battery cannot be charged.

The FOCUS function allows you to adjust the focus of the beam of emitted light. This allows the shape and focus, or dispersion, of the light beam to be adjusted to the user’s needs. The Focus function makes flashlights more versatile and adaptable to different applications.

allows you to easily locate the flashlight by automatically turning on the indicator lights in the docking station in case of power outages. The emergency lighting locator can be particularly useful in situations where you are in public areas, such as offices, hotels or shopping malls, where the safety of people is particularly important.

An extremely convenient solution that allows you to charge the flashlight without removing the battery. With this solution, the user can charge his flashlight conveniently and quickly. Doesn’t have to worry about damaging the flashlight and battery when removing it

additional functionality that allows the flashlight to be used as a portable power source for other electronic devices, such as mobile phones, tablets, GPS navigation or other portable devices.

Turns the flashlight on and off by making a hand gesture in front of the sensor. It is an innovative solution that aims to make the flashlight easier to use for people who wear protective gloves or have dirty hands. When the user waves his or her hand in front of the sensor, the sensor is able to register this movement and convert it into an electrical signal. A built-in electronic circuit in the flashlight analyzes this signal and decides whether to turn the flashlight on or off based on it. With this feature, glove-wearers such as industrial workers and emergency responders can operate the flashlight without removing their gloves, making their work more convenient and efficient.

BOOST – provides instant maximum light from the flashlight. This means that when the “boost” mode is activated, the flashlight immediately emits maximum light output, and after a while it automatically returns to the standard lighting mode. This mode only works for a short time, usually a few seconds, because it consumes a large amount of power and can lead to rapid drainage of the battery or battery pack.

HIGH – provides very bright, strong and intense light. It can be very useful in emergency situations when there is a need to quickly and effectively illuminate a space or work in difficult conditions. It is one of the primary flashlight modes.

MEDIUM – is characterized by the moderate brightness of the light emitted by the flashlight. It is the most efficient mode considering the luminous flux and battery consumption.

LOW – is often selected when minimal light intensity is needed. This mode can also help save energy and extend flashlight runtime.

STROBE – is characterized by pulsating, flickering light that is emitted from the flashlight with a regular short interval between light pulses. This mode is designed to achieve a blinding and disorienting effect on a potential aggressor or threat.

The SOS function is used to signal the need for help or an emergency situation. The SOS mode emits a series of short and long flashes of light in Morse code, which is the international standard for emergency signaling.

determines the degree of protection against interference from foreign bodies, such as dust, dust, water or moisture. This is especially important when we need to pay attention to the environment in which we plan to use the lighting. The IP rating consists of two digits. The first is a measure of protection against dust ingress, and the second number indicates the level of resistance to water and elevated humidity. Protecting the product from solids is about access to hazardous parts inside the product.