ShakeLight 40 Flashlight is a quality and afordable rechargeable LED flashlight incorporating a magnetic charging system to generate electricity, which is stored in a rechargeable 3.6v NiMH battery. Compact in size, and requires zero maintenance. Simply shaking the flashlight so the rare earth magnet passes through the copper wire coil charges the battery. Shake Light 40 Flashlight is perfectly suited for individuals who enjoy camping and hunting. It’s an essential emergency kit flashlight kept readily available at home, in the vehicle or at the office.
On a full charge, the ShakeLight 40 provides 2 hours of operation. Recommended use is operate the light for 15 to 20 minutes and then recharge the battery. This process shortens the overall time to restore the charge
UPC Number: 810346000134
Beam Distance = 50 feet (22m)
Beam Diameter = 8 feet (2.4m)
Light Output = 25lm (30,000 mcd)
Charge Time = 1 min shaking = 4 minutes of light
Maximum Light Duration = 2 hours
Impact Resistance = withstands repeated drops (1.5m)
Storage Temperature = -4°F (-20°C) to 176°F (80°C)
Battery = NiMH, 3.6V, 40mAh. Rated at 10,000 charges.
LED Life = 50,000 hours
Dimensions = Length 7 inches (18cm) Diameter 1.75 inches (4.4cm)
Weight = 5oz (154 grams)
Limited Warranty = 1 year
A Wonderful Education Tool
For 10+ years ShakeLight 40 Flashlight ECN00134 has supported teachers throughout North America and beyond as a “renewable energy” physics education tool. ECN00134 demonstrates a variety of renewable energy principals including magnetism, Newtonian Relativity, Faraday’s Law, Snell’s Law and more. For details, we recommend purchasing the NightStar Physics Guide.
ShakeLight 40 Flashlight lightweight and compact design makes it ideal for storage in the glove box, drawer, backpack, tackle box or tool kit; although, we suggest the Light Finder Glow N Dark wall mount for ease of access and use. Shake Light 40 rechargeable flashlight provides peace of mind knowing you will always have a functional light source without the hassle of needing batteries.