Celestron Night Vision Red LED Flashlight

BH #CEFLNV • MFR #93588
Celestron Night Vision Red LED Flashlight
Key Features
  • 25-Lumen Max Output
  • Two Red LEDs
  • Variable Output
  • 20" Neck Lanyard
Celestron's Night Vision Flashlight is a purpose-built astronomy illumination tool that uses two red LEDs to preserve night-adjusted vision while providing light to set up, read/write notes, change eyepieces, or navigate. Its combined rotary variable brightness control/on-off switch allows you to adjust the brightness over a wide range up to 25 lumens.
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How and where do you replace battery
Asked by: Anonymous
The flashlight would take a standard 9 volt battery. To change the battery the lens cap pulls off. Slide the internal components out to access the battery.
Answered by: Moe
Date published: 2021-05-05

How do I replace the battery? The instructions ...

How do I replace the battery? The instructions say something about clips but I can't find any clips.
Asked by: Ephraim
There are molded plastic spring clips underneath the bezel - you cannot see them until the bezel is off. Gently pull off the bezel. Then slide out the green board containing the lamps, switches, etc. At the end of the board is the 9v battery. Replace the battery, slide the board back in and snap the bezel back on.
Answered by: Bruce
Date published: 2020-08-24

Is the red wavelength useable as a darkroom ...

Is the red wavelength useable as a darkroom safelight?
Asked by: Sandy
This is designed to keep a user's night vision at the ultimate level for viewing.
Answered by: david
Date published: 2021-03-18


Does the red flashlight 3CEFLNVtake a STANDARD 9V battery?How much shipping/handling cost/?
Asked by: Anonymous
The light takes a standard 9V battery.Add the item to the cart online to calculate shipping to your address.
Answered by: Dana G.
Date published: 2018-08-27

Is this a 670 nanometer red light?

Is this a 670 nanometer red light?
Asked by: Edward
The LEDs emit visible red light but a particular frequency is not specified. So if you need something in the upper end of the near-infrared spectrum I would suggest looking for another light. This is a lower end light, consisting of two LEDs a rheostat and 9V battery connector in a non-weather resistant case.
Answered by: Kevin
Date published: 2021-05-07
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