5.51'' x 1.04'' x 1.00''
3.24 oz / 92 grams(Excluding Battery)
Included a 21700 rechargeable Li-ion battery
Q1. What is the product positioning of PD36 TAC? And who are the target customers?
A: The Fenix PD36 TAC flashlight is a mechanical flashlight that remains in pocket size but focuses on tactical employment. Included with a 21700 rechargeable Li-ion battery, the PD36 TAC emits a max 3000-lumen output and has an impressive beam distance of up to 274 meters. The PD36 TAC features a dual-function tactical switch which enhances its tactical capabilities. The Tactical Mode strengthens the PD36TAC with a faster operation and simplified selection of high and instant strobe. Switch to the Duty Mode by rotating the toggle switch, the PD36 TAC delivers 6 output modes including a strobe. Made for professional use, security and law enforcement, the PD36 TAC is truly countable to deliver reliable, powerful lighting for a wide range of situations.
Q2. What are the key features and benefits of PD36 TAC?
A: 1. Tactical and Duty modes for flexibly needed choice and operation.
2. Patented dual-function tactical switch for instantly tactical activation.
3. Single-handed toggle switch for mode selection.
4. Lockout function avoids accidental activation.
Q3. What kind of LED is used in PD36 TAC? And what are the beam angles?
A: A Luminus SST70 LED with a lifespan of 50,000 hours.
Beam angles: spot beam angle 16°, spill beam angle 81°.
Q4. Does PD36 TAC have overheated protection?
A: Yes. The light will accumulate a lot of heat when used on higher output levels for extended periods. When the light reaches a temperature of 60°C or above, the light will automatically step down a few lumens to reduce the temperature. When the temperature drops below 60°C, it will then allow the user for the reselection of higher modes.
Q5. What battery does the PD36 TAC support?
A: It supports one rechargeable 21700 Li-ion battery.
Q6. What are the optional accessories for PD36 TAC?
A: ALG-00 rail mount, ALG-18 rail mount, AER-05 remote pressure switch, AOD-S V2.0 diffuser tip, ALP-10S flashlight holster, and more.
Q7. What is the APF?
A: The APF (Advanced Pulse-frequency Transmission System) was developed by Fenix Laboratory for producing better flashlights. It has abandoned the traditional development way, breaking through the technology bottleneck, allowing flashlight with a tail switch to achieve a higher level of performance:
1. Higher output: the APF system has made higher lumens from a forward switch possible, it breaks the limitation of current.
2. Simpler multi-functional tail switch: this APF technology can transmit various signal commands through a single layer within the light body. Traditional signal transmission requires a multi-layer system. Thanks to this new single-layer system, the light size can be greatly reduced and the structure will be more compact.
3. Better anti-interference performance: the APF system combats signal interference, but it doesn't work if it is applied to a magnetic switch. Therefore, the TK11 TAC will be less prone to interference based on the use of a mechanical switch.