The Zebralight H600W MK IV head torch has a maximum output of 1400 lumens from the Cree XHP35 LED and is powered by 1 x 18650 rechargeable Li-ion battery. The headlamp features a nominal CCT 4500K providing a warm, neutral light; the higher the Kelvin (K), the cooler the beam temperature.
In addition to the three main levels of High, Medium and Low, the H600W MK IV features a beacon and strobe mode. Each main level can be programmed to one of its two sub-levels. The second sub-level of each main levels can be further programmed to different brightness levels.
One short click on the head torch turns on the light to High and again to switch it off; two short-click turns on the light to Mid and three short-click turns on the light to the special modes. Press and hold the switch (for over 0.6 seconds) to cycle through Low, then Mid and High, simply releasing at the desired level.
For more advance operation and configuration, press and hold to cycle from Low to Mid to High, and release at the desired level to set. Double click the switch to toggle and select between the two sub-levels for that main level. Sub-level selections for the 3 main levels are memorised after the light is turned off and through battery changes.
The second sub-level (H2, M2 and L2) of each main levels can be further programmed to different brightness levels. At a main level, double-click 6 times to start configuration. On subsequent double-clicks the light will cycle through different brightness levels. When a configuration is finished, short click to turn off the light. The selections for the second sub-levels are memorized after the light is turned off and through battery changes.
High: H1 1400 lumens - 2.8 hrs runtime or H2 875 lumens - 2.9 hrs runtime / 502 lumens - 3.2 hrs runtime / 264 lumens - 6.3 hrs runtime
Medium: M1 127 lumens - 13.8 hrs runtime or M2 56.4 lumens - 28 hrs runtime / 22.9 lumens - 2.8 days runtime / 8.5 lumens - 7.3 days runtime
Low: L1 2.9 lumens - 18.5 days runtime or L2 0.92 lumens - 1.5 months runtime / 0.26 lumens - 3 months runtime / 0.07 lumens - 4 months
Plus Beacon Strobe mode: 0.2 Hz Beacon at Low / 0.2 Hz Beacon at H1 / 4 Hz Strobe at H1 / 19 Hz Strobe at H1
Waterproof to IPX-8.
Includes: spare o-rings, pocket clip, headband with silicone holder.
Please note, batteries are not included.
- Nominal CCT: 4500K
- CRI: 80+
- Operating Voltage Range: 2.7V - 6.0V
- Beam Spill: 80º
- Beam Hot Spot: 12º
- Head Diameter: 0.96" / 24.5 mm
- Length: 3.85" / 97.8 mm
- Weight: 1.3 oz. / 38 g (excluding battery)
- PID thermal regulated outputs (three highest output levels)
- Built-in battery protections with continuously monitored temperature, current, and voltage, plus a (2.7V) low voltage cut-off
- Battery capacity indicator (LED flashes 1-4 times, 4 short clicks to start)
- Automatic stepping down from High to Medium, and from Medium to Low when battery capacity is low
- Durable electronic soft-touch switch
- Smart user interface provides fast and easy access to all brightness levels and beacon-strobes
- Precision machined unibody casing from premium grade aluminum bar stocks
- Proprietary heat sinking design bonds the LED board directly to the unibody aluminium casing
- Durable natural hard anodized finish (Type III Class I)
- Sealed and potted LED driver circuitry
- Tempered optical grade glass
- Orange peel textured reflector
- Battery reverse polarity protection
28/11/2019 - goodman, Chippenham
First a bit of hystory i have owned a lot of headlamps ( i have a problem i know) i have or have owned armytek wizard pros /tiara a1 pro /tiara c1 pro skilhunt h03. Nitecore hc 50 hc 33 and fenix hl10 fenix hl50 so i do have a feel for them! now this Zebralight has the best regulation on high its way better than the wizard and hc33 , its lighter then those two on the head,i ditch the rubber headband holder the armytek plastic one is the best and fits the Zebralight perfectly. It takes a bit to work out which model to get ( the floody frosted is more like the armytek tir this model more like the nitecore hc33) now for the cons instructions are crap! They dont tell you outputs or runtimes or what cells it will run plus all the other programming you can do ( had to download from their website) the switch on the end isnt as good to use as the side mounts like Armytek/skilhunt and theres no magnet on the tail which is a bit of a downer as i use it like that all the time. Now i am hoping that this will last longer than the crappy armyteks ( had three a1 replaced twice c1 replaced three times wizard pro replaced three time utter junk pitty as they are nice designs) but so far its looking good super long runtimes ( high is fantastic) light, great build quality , good tint, great beam,nice ui.thinking of the froasted model for a chest running light.