PowerFlare Introduces New Rugged Safety Light for Security, LEOs

Waterproof safety light offers flare capabilities, illumination for emergency tasks


MENLO PARK, CA; September 23, 2005: PowerFlare Corporation (www.powerflare.com) will be exhibiting at the 112th Conference of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), Booth 2472.

Invented by a police officer, the PowerFlare Safety Light is a rugged, water-proof lighting device that is suited both for emergency/rescue signal use as well as illumination. It has user-selectable modes that allow it to be set to flash, send Coast Guard-approved "SOS" signals or be used in solid-on mode as a lantern. PowerFlare Safety Lights can also be used to land rescue and medical helicopters. PowerFlare lights can be clipped onto personnel or objects/hazards and can even be wedged inside of standard traffic cones.

Some of the unique features of the new PowerFlare Model PF-200 Safety Light include:

  • Extreme ruggedness: can be run over with a fire truck
  • Omni-directional 360-degree light output visible up to 10 miles away
  • Eliminates pollution and fire/explosion danger from old-fashioned flares
  • Ideal for earthquake, hurricane, power blackout, and emergency kits
  • Made in the U.S.A.