Full brightness in 360º to enable the wearer to See and Be Seen in all directions
Use Halo mode while moving around and performing a number of jobs
An attention-getting rotating/pulsing light to maximize the wearer's chance of being seen by others
Use HI-Alert when flagging or signaling, while working around moving vehicles or machinery, or whenever you want to be extra noticeable
200% power to the front third of the Halo illuminating the wearer's workspace out to the visual periphery
Use Task mode to fully flood your entire workspace right out to your visual periphery
A low-power 360° lighting solution for times when full brightness is not preferred
Switch to Dim when working in close proximity to others or having a face-to-face conversation
PPE designed for harsh work environments.
So tough, it survives...
The Halo was specifically designed for people working in tough environments. Headlamps aren't in the same league.
The Halo is a Personal Active Safety System that attaches to any hard hat and produces a ring of light around the wearer enabling him or her to See and Be Seen in all directions at all times.
A typical headlamp is not designed or intended to be used as a safety device; only as a spot task light.
The Halo produces up to 202 lumens in 360° or 77 candela in Task mode.
A typical headlamp produces only about 50-70 lumens in one focused direction.
The Halo actively illuminates the wearer in 360° at all times, making him visible over 1/4 mile away.
A headlamp provides no safety visibility benefits, except from straight ahead.
The Halo's Task mode floods light across the wearer's work area out to his visual periphery.
A headlamp produces only a narrow beam of light.
The Halo is powered by a single, on-board Li-Ion rechargeable battery that provides over 5 1/2 hours on highest power and is certified for 500 charge cycles.
A headlamp is typically powered by AA or AAA batteries that last about 3 work days and then are disposed. The cost of all those batteries quickly adds up.
The Halo is built tough to survive rough work environments and is put through a rigorous set of durability tests. Its IP67 rating means dust, dirt, mud, water, rain, and snow have no effect.
Headlamps are not designed for harsh environments and usually last only a few months in the field before they break. They often have only an IP64 rating so don't get them too wet.
0The Halo™ is a cord-free 360° Personal Safety and Task Light that attaches to any standard hard hat and produces a ring of light around the wearer, enabling him or her to see and be seen in all directions at all times.
Includes 1 x 18650 Rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery.
31 x 260 x 330mm
With a fully charged ILLUMAGEAR 18650 battery, runtime on a single mode will exceed:
Halo mode: 5.5 hrs
Task mode: 5.5 hrs
HI-Alert mode: 14 hrs
Dim mode: 34 hrs
Halo mode: 202 lumens
Task mode: 183 lumens, 77.2 candela
HI-Alert mode: Fluctuating luminosity
Dim mode: 41 lumens
3.7V @ 0.6 amps
UL 1638, CSA C22.2, UL 8750
IEC/EN 60598-1, IEC/EN 60598-2-4
IP Rating 67
Dielectric strength: 30,000V minimum
|MSA||V-Gard Cap, Full Brim, 500 Vented; TopGard Cap, Full Brim; Skullgard Cap, Full Brim, Smooth Dome|
|Bullard||Classic Series Cap, Full Brim; Standard Series Cap, Vented, Full Brim|
|Fibre Metal||E1, E2; P2 Cap|
|North||Peak A79, A69; K2 A29; Matterhorn A89; Summit A99|
|Jackson||Block Head Full Brim; Sentry III Cap; Safety Charger|
|Dynamic||HP221, 241, 261, 341, 542, 741 Cap; HP 641, 642 Full Brim|
|ERB||Americana; OMEGA, OMEGA II, Liberty|
|3M||XLR8 Cap, Full Brim; H-700 Series Cap, H-800 Series|
|PIP||Evolution 6100 Series Caps, Full Brims|
|ProChoice||HHV6; HH6; PHHV6|
|Cordova||H24 Series Caps; H34 Series Full Brims|
|Skull Bucket||Full Brim, Regular Cap|
|Unisafe||HC570 Vented; HC560 Unvented|
|Centurion||Concept Safety Helmet|