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Princeton Tec Charge MPLS
Princeton Tec Charge MPLS.
Princeton Tec Charge MPLS. A spring-detent ball bearing engages dimples in rails or adapters.
Princeton Tec Charge MPLS. A large and recessed power switch.
Princeton Tec Charge MPLS. One-handed and simple battery door operation.
Princeton Tec Charge MPLS. Works with a single AA battery (included).
Princeton Tec Charge MPLS. IR-light is invisible to the naked eye.
Princeton Tec Charge MPLS. Comes with two MOLLE/PALS adapters.
Princeton Tec Charge MPLS. In its simplest form the Charge works as a headlamp.
Princeton Tec Charge MPLS. Direct mount to ARC rails without adapters.
Princeton Tec Charge MPLS. Two adapters for helmet sides.
Princeton Tec Charge MPLS. The helmet side mount passes under the rail to provide an above rail mount.
Princeton Tec Charge MPLS. Above rail mounting finished.
Princeton Tec Charge MPLS. Adapters for EXFIL and Picatinny rails.
Princeton Tec Charge MPLS. The whole set, headband and all.

Princeton Tec Charge MPLS

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If your contingency plan locker has stacks of AA batteries, you'll love this little tactical light. The Charge can be mounted on a helmet, head strap, MOLLE/PALS, or Picatinny rail and provides a range of colors to light your way through the darkness.

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Princeton Tec Charge MPLS.
Princeton Tec Charge MPLS. A spring-detent ball bearing engages dimples in rails or adapters.
Princeton Tec Charge MPLS. A large and recessed power switch.
Princeton Tec Charge MPLS. One-handed and simple battery door operation.
Princeton Tec Charge MPLS. Works with a single AA battery (included).
Princeton Tec Charge MPLS. IR-light is invisible to the naked eye.
Princeton Tec Charge MPLS. Comes with two MOLLE/PALS adapters.
Princeton Tec Charge MPLS. In its simplest form the Charge works as a headlamp.
Princeton Tec Charge MPLS. Direct mount to ARC rails without adapters.
Princeton Tec Charge MPLS. Two adapters for helmet sides.
Princeton Tec Charge MPLS. The helmet side mount passes under the rail to provide an above rail mount.
Princeton Tec Charge MPLS. Above rail mounting finished.
Princeton Tec Charge MPLS. Adapters for EXFIL and Picatinny rails.
Princeton Tec Charge MPLS. The whole set, headband and all.

If your contingency plan locker has stacks of AA batteries, you'll love this little tactical light. The Charge can be mounted on a helmet, head strap, MOLLE/PALS, or Picatinny rail and provides a range of colors to light your way through the darkness.

With three small LEDs and a white MaxBright led and a gooseneck boom for directing the light, the Charge provides what you need and where you need it. The operating button and battery door latch are large and recessed for ease of operation. With batteries you don't have to rely on any electricity network to charge the torch, just keep a few extra batteries with you.

MPLS means that a bunch of attaching adapters are included.

Functions and features

This light has some options for special purposes, but overall simplicity is retained really well.

Basic features

  • Four modes
  • Red comes on first
  • Easy adjustment in any direction
  • Adjustable elastic headband
  • Can be attached to 25 mm (1") webbing, side of helmet or various rails

Button functions

Even if you're a mouth-breather and your lips move when you read, you'll do fine with this torch.

  1. A single press always turns the light on or off
  2. A quick follow-up press changes colour
  3. A longer press switches from colour lights to white
  4. A longer press in white mode offers stepless dimming and brightening. A flash indicates reaching either end of the range.
  5. When the light is off, a longer press turns the light on in IR mode

To go through your backpack, read a map or check the trail immediately before your eyes, a red setting is best, so it's the primary mode. There's no "previous mode memory", so the functions are always the same and you get used to them quickly.

Modular Personal Lighting System

Enough straps on your gear? Clip the torch on your head, helmet, or plate carrier with various options: The light itself mounts directly to ARC rails. Adapters for the above rail, EXFIL, and Picatinny rails as well as two PALS (MOLLE) brackets (0 and 90 degrees) and head strap are all included with the Charge MPLS.

Tech details

  • Output max. 55 lm
  • LEDs: red, green, white IR
  • Weight 47 g
  • Water resistant to IPX7-standard
  • 1x Alkaline or Lithium AA-battery (Lithium battery included)

Burn times

ModeAlkaline battery*Lithium battery*
55 lm White1.51 h4.32 h
Red16.37 h27.56 h
Green / Blue14.1 h26.03 h
Infrared26.38 h58.65 h

* Down to 0.25 Lux.

Made by Princeton Tec, USA

Princeton Tec is an old and respected manufacturer of professional handheld illumination. In addition to smart design and operating features, these are actually manufactured in the United States. This is a refreshing exception to outsourcing, especially since the price is still competitive.

Princeton Tec offers a 1-year warranty for this model.

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