By introducint the UC40, Fenix has made a flashlight which you can charge practically anywhere. The Li-ion battery, supplied with the torch, can be charged through the standard USB connection. If you end up with an empty battery and no charging cable, you can also use the torch on other types of batteries. For example a single 18650 battery of 2 CR123a batteries.
At the back of the torch you find the socket for the charging cable. A red/green LED indicates whether the battery should be charged and when it is nearly full.
All functions of the UC40 are controlled with the switch behind the lamp head. For tactical purposes, you have direct access to the strobe mode, by pressing the switch for 1 second. With a maximum light output of 420 ANSI lumens, you will not fall short of light quickly.
- LED-flashlight, made of aluminum
- LED: Cree XP-G2 R5 with a life span of 50.000 hours
- Durable Type III anodized finish
- Full access to all functions of the torch through the switch behind the lamp head
- Specially toughened, ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating & metal reflector This reflector is equipped with a special coating to improve the light output.
- 4 light modes, strobe
- Low (9 ANSI lumen, 130 hrs)
- Mid (45 ANSI lumen, 28 hrs 30 min.)
- High (160 ANSI lumen, 7 hrs)
- Turbo (420 ANSI lumen, 2 hrs)
- Beam throw: 155 m according to the ANSI standard
- Digitally regulated output maintains constant brightness
- Red/green LED at the back of the torch indicates battery status
- Works on the supplied, special Li-ion battery, 2 CR123a batteries or a single 18650 battery
N.B: First remove the black plastic caps from the battery before use
- Length: 14.3 cm
- Diameter: 2.54 cm
- Weight: 140 grams, battery included
- Waterproof according to the IPX-8 standard
5 year warranty on defects in materials and workmanship
- Fenix UC40 flashlight
- Spare O-ring
- ARB-L1S Li-ion battery, 2600 mAh
- USB-charging cable
*The specification of the light intensity is carried out in accordance with the NEMA FL 1-2009 standard. This means that the values can be lower than indicated in previous specifications. This lower value obviously does not affect the light intensity of the torch. The advantage of having the ANSI / NEMA FL 1-2009 standard is that the values can easily be compared with one another and give a true reflection of daily practice.