Posted November 29, 2022

Streamlight's ProTac 2.0 headlamp

The 2,000-lumen ProTac 2.0 from Streamlight is a high-performance, rechargeable headlamp that can run for up to 25 hours.

Streamlight ProTac 2.0It uses the SL-B50 Streamlight proprietary 4,900mAh protected Lithium-Ion USB rechargeable battery, accessed by the light’s sliding sleeve. The battery is keyed to ensure proper alignment of the charging port, and features LED status lights to indicate charging status, including red for charging and green for fully charged. An integrated safety circuit protects the battery from accidental overcharge or discharge.

The new light offers the latest LED technology for extreme brightness and provides three operating modes – high, medium and low. On high, it delivers 2,000 lumens and 14,500 candela; on the medium setting, it provides 650 lumens and 4,200 candela; and on low, it offers 110 lumens and 750 candela. Run times range from 25 hours on low to 2.25 hours on high.

The ProTac 2.0 headlamp features a multi-function, push-button switch which permits one-handed operation of the light’s momentary and constant on modes. Its TEN-TAP programmable switch allows for user selection of three different programs: high/medium/low (factory default); high only; or low/high.

Fabricated from 6000 series machined aircraft aluminum with an anodized finish, the ProTac 2.0 Headlamp features a glass lens with anti-reflective coating that also is gasket sealed.

The ProTac 2.0 headlamp is 4.92 inches wide and 2.56 inches deep with a head diameter of 1.46 inches. It weighs 10.48 ounces with the included SL-B50 rechargeable battery. The light has an IP64-rated design for dust-tight and water-resistant operation, and is impact-resistant tested to 2 meters.

Available in black, the ProTac 2.0 headlamp comes with a USB-C charge cord and both an adjustable elastic head strap that fits comfortably over the head, and a rubber hard hat strap that stays firmly in place. It has an MSRP of $195 and comes with Streamlight’s Limited Lifetime Warranty.