ASP Introduces First Micro USB Rechargeable Tactical LED Light

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posted on January 19, 2012
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Powered by a 18650-lithium ion battery, the Triad USB's revolutionary technology produces a brilliant 300 lumens of light with a continuous runtime of 90 minutes. The Triad USB design incorporates all the key features of ASP's Triad Series' lights, including the 3-position intermittent, locking and constant-on switch, which provides police officers with unparrelled performance in any situation.

ASP Chairman and CEO Kevin Parsons, Ph.D., says the rechargeable Triad USB allows users to fully re-charge their duty light with the Micro USB, the power connector that cell phone manufacturers have agreed to implement as a standard universal phone charger in 2012.

"The Triad USB technology will eliminate the need in many cases for an additional power cord," Parsons said. "Our goal with the Triad USB is to deliver unprecedented convenience in a duty light without compromising dependability."

In addition to a Micro USB retractable cord, the Triad USB comes with a detachable and reversible pocket clip, a zippered travel case, an A/C wall charger and a D/C car charger.

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