Streamlight Launches TLR-1 HP and TLR-1s HP Gun Lights

posted on January 19, 2012
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Streamlighthas introduced the TLR-1 HP (high power) light, featuring enhanced lumen and candela capacity for use with long guns.  The TLR-1s HP provides the same features, as well as strobe capability.  Each light is also available in a remote switch model.

The TLR-1 HP and TLR-1s HP both use a shock-proof C4 LED to provide exceptional brightness, including 46,000 candela peak beam intensity and 200 lumens measured system output. The lights also feature a deep dish parabolic reflector which produces a long-range targeting beam while also optimizing peripheral illumination.

"The long-range beam distance of the TLR-1 HP and TLR-1s HP make them essential tactical tools for first responders and military personnel, as well as a very powerful light source that rivals Streamlight's brightest hand-held lights," said Streamlight President and Chief Executive Officer Ray Sharrah.  "They are designed for a wide variety of maneuvers under low-light conditions. The strobe feature of the TLR-1s HP offers the added benefits of being able to signal in the field or disorient targets."

The new lights can be quickly mounted to a broad range of weapons using Streamlight's one-handed snap-on/tighten interface, which keeps hands away from the muzzle.  The lights mount directly to all MIL-STD -1913 (Picatinny) rails and weapons with Glock-style rails.  A key kit with five interchangeable keys is included with each model to securely fit the light to the broadest array of rails.

The TLR-1 HP and TLR-1s HP are also available in models with a remote switch.  All models offer a tethered battery door and latch mechanism, which prevent door loss while providing easy battery replacement.  

The lights deliver 1.75 hours of continuous regulated run time, and come with two 3 volt, CR123A lithium batteries, with a storage life of 10 years.  In addition, the C4 LED is impervious to shock and has a 50,000 hour lifetime.

Both models weigh 5.3 ounces (5.6 ounces with remote switch), measure 4.83 inches in length (5.25 inches with remote switch), and are constructed with 6000 Series machined aircraft aluminum with a black anodized finish.  They also feature extensively live-fire tested impact-resistant construction.

The TLR-1 HP and TLR-1s HP are backed by Streamlight's Limited Lifetime Warranty. The MSRP ranges from $199.00 to $289.00, depending on the configuration.  

Headquartered in Eagleville, PA, Streamlight, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of high-performance lighting equipment for professional automotive, fire fighting, law enforcement, military, industrial and outdoor applications. Streamlight is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company.  For additional information, please call (800) 523-7488 or visit


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