The UDR Dominator® is just under 12 inches long but its
advanced LED technology — powered by either the included rechargeable
Lithium-ion battery or twelve 123A disposable batteries — produces a
maximum output of 2,400-lumens of dazzling white light at its high
setting and eight decreasing output levels down to 14 lumens. Specific
lumen outputs are: 2400,1275, 675, 350, 180, 100, 50, 28, 14.
The Dominator is ideal for military, border security, and maritime
applications, or any mission where an ultra-bright, portable white-light
spotlight/searchlight is vital. This includes search-and-rescue
operations where covering large areas thoroughly and rapidly is
critical. The easily selectable lower-output levels expand the utility
of the UDR by allowing the output to match different task requirements,
and by providing the ability to extend the total runtime per battery
charge or set of batteries. Additionally, a strobe mode can be selected
for tactical applications or signaling purposes, and an extra-long
lanyard provides convenient carry options when it's not in active use.
Three separate pushbutton head switch lets you activate the light
constant-on, momentary-on, or MaxBlast™ modes, the latter always
delivering maximum output mode at any selector ring position except
Charging the Dominator is easy: connect the charger to a 120V outlet, or
into a 12-volt cigarette lighter/accessory socket when using the DC
adapter, then plug the charging cord into the UBR’s charging socket — no
removing the battery and no special charging cradle needed.
Both wall (AC) charger with international adapters and car (DC) charger
An alternate power source is included: one battery magazine that holds
twelve 123A disposable batteries; the batteries are also included.
The Dominator also features a 3-color LED indicator (“fuel gauge”) that tells you the battery charge level.
Constructed from tough aerospace aluminum that is Mil-Spec hard anodized
for extreme durability, the Dominator is O-ring and gasket sealed to
keep out moisture, dirt, and dust.