The Multi Battery System (MBS) which is used in many Walther Pro Lights, provides a choice for using several battery or accumulator types so that the customer can adapt the lamp flexibly to his needs and individual circumstances (for example, accumulators at home, where they can be recharged quickly, and batteries in the field). Moreover, rechargeable accumulators are environmentally compatible – a further step towards a sustainable way of life. And of course, the use of accumulators helps to prevent high operating costs.
Tactical Defence Strobe
In the Tactical Defence Strobe (TDS) operating mode the Walther Pro Light emits fast flashes with a frequency of 20 Hz. The effect is to temporarily blind and disorient a possible attacker. The TDS function is activated very easily, regardless of which light function was used previously.
Temperature Management System
The Temperature Management System (TMS) monitors the temperature in the Walther Pro Lights and reduces current and brightness as necessary, thereby protecting the components from damage.
Time Control System
It would not make any sense to use 100 percent of the maximum brightness during the entire run time until the batteries are discharged. That wouldn’t take very long. Therefore, the Walther Pro Lights start with maximum brightness, but then reduce it to a lower level in order to increase the run time. However, this reduction of brightness presents no problems, because the human eye works very well with a limited amount of light in darkness, whereby various photo receptors quickly adjust to different lighting conditions. Apart from that, too much light is often neither necessary nor sensible. If maximum brightness is required again, the lamp only needs to be switched off and back on. Full brightness is then immediately available again.