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Work light Future HS1000FR

Work light Future HS1000FR
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Professional worklight made of durable ABS material with built-in high-tech LED technology.
Part number 1600-0055
EAN 4013674026562
Color black
Dimensions 275 × 110 × 110 mm
Product weight 656 g
Scope of delivery Work light, wall mount, USB power supply
Warranty 3 years


  • LED work light with the latest LED technology from CREE
  • Two brightness levels: 100% and 20% energy-saving mode
  • FUTURE high efficiency reflector system:
    • Extreme headlight range: up to 650m at 100% brightness, up to 300m at 20% brightness
    • Extremely bright and focused light: 330 lm/105000 lux at 100% brightness, 70 lm/22000 lux at 20% brightness
  • Operating time: about 6 hours at 100% brightness, about 32 hours at 20% brightness
  • With smooth-focusing the spotlight head
  • Non-removable lithium battery pack with 3.7V and 4400mAh, Charging time about 13 hours
  • Mains failure electronics
  • Battery control indicator on the switch by DUO-LED
  • Charging station for easy storage of t he worklight on a desk or at a wall
  • With reflective orientation points for easy locating in the dark
  • USB power supply to charge the worklight at the socket 100V-240V/50/60Hz
  • Optionally charging via car adapter in car (car adapter not included)

Instructions for use

This lamp is intended for mobile use, the included LED lamp is not suitable for household room lighting.

Technical Details

Technical Details

Power supply Lithium battery 3.6V/4400mAh
Input voltage No
Light functions

100% brightness
20% brightness

Illuminant LED
Power of illuminant 5W
Beam (ANSI FL1) 650m | 300m
Visibility range 1500m
Operating time 6h (100%) | 32h (20%)
Light flux (Lumen) 330 | 67
Brightness (Lux) 105000 | 22000
Focusable Yes
Reflector system Yes
Mains failure electronics Yes
File name File type File size Last Modified
1600-0055_Future-1000FR_Manual.pdf pdf 1,638 KB 15.02.2019