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Products with an IPX4 rating should be considered 'splashproof'. They will withstand water splashing against it, from any direction, at a pressure of 80-100 kN/m2 and a rate of 10 litres/min for a duration of at least 5 minutes.
The Myo RXP is the first Petzl headlamp that is regulated and programmable, allowing the user to choose the order of lighting levels and to precisely adapt light output. To do this, there are three lighting modes, for each of which the user can select the power from among ten possible levels, from 8 to 140 lumens. This feature allows the lamp to be programmed for the type of activity and the length of use. Maximum power lighting would be suited for a short night run, for example; less powerful lighting would help preserve battery life and would therefore be ideal for a multi-day trek.
Eight of the ten levels of power on the Myo RXP are regulated meaning that brightness does not diminish with battery life, but remains constant. The additional Boost mode and customisable SOS flashing mode are enough for any serious user.
This headlamp has Boost mode (160 lumens) and a flashing mode that can be programmed. It is compatible with lithium batteries to optimise performance, even at low temperatures. The Wide Angle lens offers the option of switching instantly from a focused beam to a wide beam when necessary.
|Brand||Model||Weight inc |
|Mammut||Lucido TX1||150g||1x HiFlux
|70 lumens||105m||4||3x AA|
|Petzl||Myo RXP||175g||-||205 lumens||90m||≤5||3x AA||IPX4|
|Petzl||Nao||187g||-||355 lumens||108m||≤5||Custon Li-Ion
2x SinglePower (red)
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