When choosing a powerful flashlight, do you wish you had a way of determining the best brightness level? Or maybe you need one, especially for military use, photography, engineering construction, or general repair and maintenance at home? Understanding lumens is vital in helping you choose a suitable flashlight. This article will help explain lumens and how they can determine the most appropriate brightness level for a flashlight.
If you want to learn more about lumens, read on, and you can choose the best flashlight for your needs.
Simply put, lumens measure the light emitted from a given light source.
This can be valuable when deciding which flashlight or lighting is best for specific occasions. While the brightness of a light source can be quantified in lumens, this number is not the only important factor to consider.
When selecting a flashlight, it's essential to consider the type of activity you'll be using it for. The correct choice of lumens may depend on factors such as the environment, distance from the light source, and usage time.
The irradiation distance and irradiation range of the powerful light flashlight is extensive.
IMALENT's powerful portable flashlight SR16can illuminate up to 1715 meters away.
Be careful not to face the solid light flashlight at close range; it can easily hurt your eyes.
If you are in an accident or need to patrol a large area, you may need a more robust and brighter flashlight
3. Anticipated activities:
If you use a flashlight for engine repairs or to read maps, you need a multi-adjustable flashlight. If you are traveling outdoors by car, you need a flashlight with solid endurance and brightness that can be used for emergencies, such as IMALENT MS12mini.
4. Use period:
Suppose you plan to buy a flashlight with a long service life. Generally speaking, the battery life is strong, and the flashlight can be selected in multiple gears. The flashlight that can meet your needs on different occasions is the flashlight you can buy, such as IMALENT MR90 this.
When choosing a flashlight, it is essential to consider how comfortable the device will be in hand. It would help if you did not like a too big or bulky flashlight because it will cause hand discomfort after prolonged use. So a flashlight with powerful lumens and easy to carry will be your best choice.
7. Expected cost:
If your scope of use is less extensive, choosing a flashlight that can maintain a relatively bright brightness and whose brightness can be adjusted in multiple gears is your best choice. Such as IMALENT MS06, R60C these two.
Yes, if the flashlight is too bright, it can cause eye damage if you look directly at the light source; here are some safety tips to keep in mind when using a flashlight:
1. Don't stare into the beam
It would help if you never looked directly into the beam, as it can damage your eyes. The flashlight must be kept away from the face and avoid shining directly into the eyes
2. Use the corresponding lumens according to the usage scenario
Use only high lumens because too high lumens can also tire the eyes. When the flashlight is not in use, it should be locked and turned off to prevent children from accidentally turning it on and hurting their eyes.
3. Wear protective goggles when necessary
If you're doing work that involves bright light, wear protective glasses to protect your eyes from the glare and brightness levels of the flashlight.
4. Watch out for reflective surfaces
Surfaces like water and mirrors can reflect the light from the flashlight, which can cause damage to your eyes if you're not careful. Always point the flashlight away from any reflective surfaces and never shine directly onto them.
Examples of different types of flashlights and their corresponding lumen levels
In general, flashlights can be divided into four main types based on their size and lumen output:
1. Keychain Flashlights:
Typically between 10-50 lumens, these small lights are great for everyday carry and can be attached to your keychain. But theImalent LD70 stands out as the brightest keychain mini flashlight, with a maximum output of 4,000 lumens.
2. EDC (Everyday Carry) Flashlights:
These flashlights have a lumen range of 4000-13,000 lumens and are often used by those who need more powerful light for specific tasks such as law enforcement or search and rescue operations. The Imalent MS03 is the brightest EDC flashlight with a 13,000-lumen output.
3. Tactical Flashlight:
Range from 1000-4000+ lumens, designed for military use or high-performance activities such as self-defense. Imalent has a line of high-quality tactical flashlights with three times the lumen output of regular flashlights.
4. Bright Flashlights:
These flashlights typically have a maximum lumen output between 8000 - 34000 lumens and are designed for lighting large areas with a slightly shorter duration.
5. The brightest flashlight:
imalent is the pinnacle of the brightest flashlight. Their maximum lumen output is between 5,000 - 120,000 lumens; even the world's brightest flashlight, IMALENT SR32, falls into this category.
There isn't quite a quick guide to help you find your flashlight. We hope this guide gives you a better idea of how to find the brightness level that suits your needs. If you need further assistance, please feel free to contact us. We are happy to help you choose the perfect product for your needs.