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Triad USB
Micro USB Rechargeable LED Light

Powered by an 18650-lithium ion battery,
the Triad USB can be recharged on the go using a computer laptop or any micro USB cell phone charger

Armament Systems and Procedures Press Release - 10/9/2012

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Triad USB

Triad USB from ASP

APPLETON, Wi. - Armament Systems and Procedures (ASP), one of the most respected names in law enforcement products, has introduced the Triad USB, the industry's first Micro USB rechargeable tactical LED light, and the Triad Tactical Light Case (TLC).

Triad USB

Powered by an 18650-lithium ion battery, the Triad USB can be recharged on the go using a computer laptop or any micro USB cell phone charger. The Triad USB's revolutionary technology produces a brilliant 300 lumens of light with a continuous runtime of approximately 90 minutes.

"The Triad USB is designed to deliver both unprecedented performance and convenience in a tactical light," says ASP Chairman and CEO Kevin Parsons, PhD.

Parsons says the Triad USB incorporates all of the key features of ASP's Triad Series' lights, including the 3-position quiet switch (intermittent, locking and constant-on) and a foamed, vinyl grip that is durable yet tacky and provides insulation from the heat this type of light gives off.

The Triad USB's battery has a protection circuit module to prevent overcharging or short-circuiting, and the battery indicator on the light blinks red when charging and turns solid green when fully charged.

The Triad USB is also designed with "Dual Fuel Technology" meaning it can be powered by two CR 123A batteries in the event recharging with the Micro USB port is not possible.

The Triad USB comes with a detachable and reversible pocket clip, a Micro USB to USB retractable cord, a car charger, a wall charger and a zippered travel case.

The MSRP is $125.00.

Triad Tactical Light Case

The Triad Tactical Light Case (TLC) carries every flashlight in ASP's Triad line.

The lights are secured in the Triad TLC with the lens down. This position protects the lens from scratching and lets the user easily grab the flashlight's grip, pull it straight from the case and quickly shine the beam on a suspect or a situation.

The Triad TLC's clip attaches securely to a duty belt, dress belt or Molle vest and rotates to 12 different positions.

To prevent wear and tear from daily use, the Triad TLC is made of polymer technology like that of the finest firearms. It has an open bottom to alert the user if the light inadvertently activates.

"The Triad TLC is both dependable and practical," Parsons said. "A law enforcement officer can rely on it in any situation."

The MSRP is $24.00.

About Armament Systems and Procedures (ASP)

ASP was founded in 1976 by Kevin Parsons. A PhD in Police Management from Michigan State University, Parsons spent half a decade teaching firearms and defense tactics at a regional police academy. A nationally respected consultant, he had designed Use of Force training systems for major law enforcement clients across the country. The nation's premier expert witness, he had testified over 500 times defending police agencies in 43 states. A frequent lecturer on Use of Force policy, training and administrative procedure, he was a frequent lecturer for a diverse group of professional organizations ranging from the International Association of Chiefs of Police to the American Bar Association. In each venue, he taught the necessity of systems that were tactically sound, operationally feasible and legally defensible. It was this real world, street oriented background that Kevin Parsons brought to the design of ASP products.

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