Armament Systems and Procedures unveils programmable tactical flashlights

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The Pro-DF is one of two new programmable flashlights designed by Armament Systems and Procedures. (Photo: Armament Systems and Procedures )

Armament Systems and Procedures expands its high-performance tactical flashlight product lineup, unveiling the company’s first programmable flashlight series.

The new Pro DF and Pro AA lights provide illumination of 500 and 305 lumens with a secondary light level that users program at 15, 60 or 150 lumens.

ASP emphasizes an intuitive design meshed with simplicity, with the Pro light activated via a single pressure switch on the tail cap. Press once for the primary or maximum setting and press twice to initiate user programmed secondary mode. A 3-position twist selector on the tail cap permits intermittent, constant-on or locked modes. ASP says programming the light is straight-forward and easily accomplished in mere seconds.

The Pro Lights series boast Cree XPG LEDs protected by a high-efficiency thermal management system. Other attributes include a hardcoat-anodized body with spiral knurling, machined aluminum parabolic reflector and a multi-position pocket clip.

The Pro AA model uses AA batteries while the DF, or Dual Fuel, utilizes an 18650 rechargeable battery or two CR123A single use cells. The Pro AA variant retails for $100 while the DF comes in a little pricier at $140.