User manual I-Torch Carbonic II LED Dive Light FL-474
Operating instructions and pdf manual for use - I-Torch Carbonic II LED Dive Light FL-474 User manual, User manual I-Torch Carbonic II LED Dive Light FL-474, I-Torch, Carbonic, II, LED, Dive, Light, FL-474, Video
User manual for I-Torch Carbonic II LED Dive Light FL-474
We recommend checking out our discussion threads on the I-Torch Carbonic II LED Dive Light FL-474,
which address similar problems with connecting and setting up Dive Lights I-Torch.
User manual for the I-Torch Carbonic II LED Dive Light FL-474
The user manual for the I-Torch Carbonic II LED Dive Light FL-474 provides
necessary instructions for the proper use of the product Photography - Underwater Photography - Dive Lights.
The i-Torch Carbonic II LED Dive Light is a 1300 lumen light capable of withstanding depths of up to 330'. It has a 100° beam angle and utilizes white and red LEDs to provide this light. Also, the light has a burn time of 1 hour at maximum brightness.
During use, it has a push button with a battery level indicator that lets you easily turn the light on and off as well as for cycling through 3 white and 2 red modes. For power, it runs on the two included 18650 Li-ion batteries and comes with a charger.
If you own a I-Torch dive lights and have a user manual in electronic form,
you can upload it to this website using the link on the right side of the screen.
You can upload and download the manual for the I-Torch Carbonic II LED Dive Light FL-474 in the following formats:
*.pdf, *.doc, *.txt, *.jpg - Other formats are unfortunately not supported.
Additional parameters of the I-Torch Carbonic II LED Dive Light FL-474:
330' (100 m)
3 x White 2 x Red
1 hour at max brightness
2 x 18650 Li-ion batteries
The user manual for the I-Torch Carbonic II LED Dive Light FL-474 can be downloaded in .pdf
format if it did not come with your new dive lights, although the seller is
required to supply one. It is also quite common that customers throw out
the user manual with the box, or put the CD away somewhere and then can’t find it.
That’s why we and other I-Torch users keep a unique electronic library
for I-Torch dive lightss,
where you can use our link to download the user manual for the I-Torch Carbonic II LED Dive Light FL-474.
The user manual lists all of the functions of the I-Torch Carbonic II LED Dive Light FL-474,
all the basic and advanced features and tells you how to use the dive lights.
The manual also provides troubleshooting for common problems. Even greater
detail is provided by the service manual, which is not typically shipped with the product,
but which can often be downloaded from I-Torch service.
If you want to help expand our database, you can upload a link to this website
to download a user manual or service manual, ideally in .pdf format. These pages
are created by you – users of the I-Torch Carbonic II LED Dive Light FL-474. User manuals are also
available on the I-Torch website under Photography - Underwater Photography - Dive Lights.
Question and answer discussion forum concerning user instructions and resolving problems with the I-Torch Carbonic II LED Dive Light FL-474 - no comments have been made yet - be the first to add a comment
Hi, I am inquiring about a phosphorus light diffuser. I am currently looking for a 4foot lighting fixture which i have high powered leds to put in. But i wanted a phosphorus light diffuser for the front. Do you have one i could purchase? any informat... Cokin P850 Diffusor 3 - Cokin X-Pro 085 Diffuser 3 Resin Filter CX850 Posted by: Schwarzfischer Ulrich 2017-02-23 02:01:04
Hello, can you please tell me, how to use the diffusor 850 3? My results are not good! What should I take, better f2,8 or f22? And what would be better wideangel or tele? Makes the weather a difference? I'm gladly looking forward to your answer! If y...Unable to connect - Roku Roku 3 Streaming Player (2015 Model) 4230R Posted by: Elizabeth Clarke 2017-02-23 00:15:49
i had the same problem, just solved.
The problem occurs because the battery don't seat well enough, just put a piece of paper to the bottom of the battery cover so it will apply some pressure to the battery. It worked and never disconnected again...