Posted June 21, 2022

Streamlight Survivor X

Streamlight Inc. introduced the Survivor X, an updated version of its popular Survivor right-angle light, now offering 250 lumens, new features for improved operation, and multiple power options to suit user needs and budgets.

Survivor XThe low-profile light is available as a Rechargeable System or in an economical Alkaline Model, both for use in Division 1 hazardous environments. Also available is the Survivor X® USB, a budget-friendly USB rechargeable option for use in Division 2 conditions.

“The Survivor personal light, known the world over for its toughness, compact size and reliability, just got even better with the new Survivor X, which not only offers enhanced brightness and added features, but also multiple power options, including the Survivor X Alkaline model which provides a 25 percent cost savings on batteries, as well as the Survivor X USB which offers an economical USB rechargeable alternative and also accepts alkaline batteries,” said Michael F. Dineen, chief revenue officer. “Fire and rescue personnel, industrial firefighters, utility workers and others now have an even more powerful and versatile tool to use when operating in the trying conditions they often face.”

Also available as a Rechargeable System or Alkaline Model is the Survivor X ATEX, pending approval, for Zone 0 gas and Zone 20 dust atmospheres.

The new light features several improvements in response to user feedback, including:

  • An easy-to-operate battery door that provides a tight, dust-resistant seal
  • A battery status indicator in the switch that turns red when the battery is nearing low voltage, flashes continuously when there are 15 minutes of battery life left and turns green when the battery is fully charged
  • An improved charge cradle design that locks the light securely in place, while also featuring a quick-release latch to permit one-handed “grab and go” removal, even with gloved hands. In addition to energizing the new Survivor X, the new charger also charges all existing Survivor models