Armament Systems and Procedures (ASP) Introduces Programmable Tactical Flashlights.
APPLETON, Wis. – Armament Systems and Procedures (ASP), a leading manufacturer of law enforcement products, is expanding its offering of high-performance tactical lighting solutions with the addition of the company’s first programmable flashlights.
The new Pro DF and Pro AA lights offer primary illumination of 500 and 305 lumens, respectively, with a secondary light level that’s user-programmable at 15, 60, or 150 lumens, or strobe. The AA model uses universally-available AA batteries, while the DF (“Dual Fuel”) model works with either an 18650 rechargeable battery or two CR123A primary (single use) cells.
In keeping with ASP’s emphasis on intuitive design and simplicity in its law enforcement tools and training, activation of the Pro light is via a single pressure switch on the tail cap—press once to activate the primary/max setting, twice to activate the user-programmed secondary mode. A 3-position twist selector on the tail cap allows choice of intermittent, constant-on, or locked. Programming or reprogramming the secondary mode is equally straightforward, and can be accomplished in a few seconds.
Pro Lights feature Cree XPG LEDs—among the brightest and whitest light sources available—driven by advanced electronics, and protected by a high-efficiency thermal management system.
Other features of the Pro light include a hardcoat-anodized body with spiral knurling, machined aluminum parabolic reflector, multi-position pocket clip, and more.
Like all ASP products, the new Pro lights are designed and tested in the US, to stringent ANSI performance standards, and covered by a lifetime warranty.
The Pro AA flashlight has an MSRP of $100.00 and includes two ASP high-performance batteries. The DF version ships with a rechargeable 18650 battery, charging adapters and other accessories, for $140. CR123A primary cells―which can be used in place of the rechargeable battery―are available separately.