larsonelectronics.com Adds the NATO Plug to its 24 Volt HML-5M Military Spotlight|
Larson Electronics added a new model of the Larson Electronics HML-5M equipped with the NATA slave cable plug. The popular 24 volt military spotlight is a component of the Escalation of Force Kit and the Vehicle Checkpoint Kit provided to deployed soldiers overseas.
(Vocus/PRWEB ) November 6, 2009 -- Larson Electronics announced that its popular military spotlight, the HML-5M is now available with the NATO slave cable plug. The HML-5M, a 24 volt spotlight with magnetic base and detachable cord is currently available with cigarette plug, ring terminals, battery spring clamps or Hubbell connectors. With the addition of the NATO slave cable plug, the HML-5M military spotlight can take advantage of the universal connector found in most military vehicle. The HML-5M features a 100 pound grip magnetic base and the light head is adjustable via a reverse pistol grip handle.
The 24 volt military spotlight will hold its beam angle one the operator positions the pan and tilt of the beam. The HML-5M 24 volt spotlight is a standard component in the Escalation of Force Kit issued to US soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan. The handheld spotlight with magnetic base is a standard component of the new Vehicle Checkpoint Kit issued in Afghanistan.
“The NATO slave cable plug adds value to the HML-5M, since it extends the range of military vehicles that it can be powered from,” said Rob Bresnahan with Larson Electronics’ larsonelectronics.com. “Obviously, the military HMMWVs all have this connector, however a lot of the newer MRAPs and MATVs also have the standard cigarette plug for the HML-5M-CP spotlight. Initially, soldiers used the HML-5M-RT 24 volt spotlight with ring terminals to connect the light to the battery beneath the passenger seat in the HMMWV. The spotlight’s other attributes continue to be applicable with a strong magnetic base, bright white light output and a durable, rugged housing and frame. We also offer the HML-5M-IR lens cover with coated borosilicate, which passes more than 93% of the light energy in the 850nm or 940nm wavelengths for covert night vision oriented applications.
Larson Electronics produces a wide range of products for the military including 24 volt spotlights, rechargeable HID spotlights, IR illuminators, and IR beacons. You can learn more Larson Electronics at larsonelectronics.com or 1-800-369-6671 (1-214-616-6180 international).