Size 80.5 x 55 x 40mm
Weight 97g (excluding batteries)
Battery Type One 18650 rechargeable battery
Max Output 1400 lumens
◎ Tri-proof headlamp (IP6X dust-proof, IPX8 waterproof, 2 meters impact resistance).
◎ Made of lightweight magnesium.
◎ Hallow and reflective headband.
◎ User-friendly design for better wear experience.
◎ Separately controlled spot- and floodlights.
◎ 3.17’’ x 2.17’’ x 1.57’’/80.5 x 55 x 40 mm
◎ 3.42 oz /97 grams(excluding battery)
Q1. What is the product positioning of HM65R? And who are the target customers?
A: Fenix HM65R is a headlamp with IP68 rated protection that suits for close-in and long-distance illumination.
l Uses white and neutral white LED's, delivering a max output of 1400 lumens, a max beam distance of 163 meters, and a max runtime of 300 hours.
l Separately controlled dual switches, max 1000 lumens of spotlight, max 400 lumens of floodlight.
l Powered by a single 18650 rechargeable Li-ion battery, 2 CR123A Lithium batteries can be used as well; USB Type-C charging.
HM65R is your unmatched choice for long-time and high-intensity outdoor activities.
Q2. What are the key features and benefits of HM65R?
A: 1) Tri-proof headlamp (IP6X dust-proof, IPX8 waterproof, 2 meters impact resistance).
2) Made of lightweight magnesium.
3) Hallow and reflective headband.
4) User-friendly design for better wear experience.
5) Separately controlled spot- and floodlights.
Q3. Does the lamp have memory circuit?
A: Yes, med output level of spotlight or floodlight is selected for first use, after that the lamp memorizes the previously used output level.
Q4. Can the headlamp be used on during the charging process?
A: Yes. During the charging process, the med output of the spotlight or floodlight can be used.
Q5. What kind of LEDs are used in HM65R?
A: Cree XM-L2 U2 white light LED and XP-G2 R5 neutral white light LED.
Q6.The original intention of HM65R runtime and downshifting design
A:HM65R is an outdoor trail running headlamp.It has designed a forced brightness reduction function in high output levels to ensure that the power will not be quickly consumed, and has a longer runtime to deal with the uncertainties of long-distance trail running. The headlamp uses a segmented constant current circuit that matches brightness and runtimeon the basis of battery power. When the brightness of the product is reduced to provide a longer runtime and a certain output level for illumination, a constant output is maintained until the battery power fails to support.