Headlamp Beam Types
The Broadview Headlamp has 9 Beam Modes, including beam options that provide 220 degrees of lighting. In addition, all major lighting modes are adjustable with limitless brightness and dimming control.
Side and Down Beams (Peripheral Vision)
The 220 degrees of warm lighting enhances your night vision, giving you the ability to view the maximum 220 degrees that the eye can view. The warm lighting provides a comfortable light for up close viewing, while the Down Beam provides path lighting and lighting of the body for improved safety. When the Side and Down Beams are combined with the Flood and Spot beams, you create the perfect lighting for any need or activity. The Side and Down Beam modes are fully dimmable by simply holding down this mode button.
Flood (or Wide)
The Flood Beam mode, or otherwise known as Wide Beam mode, is useful for general construction and camping, up-close repair work and reading. Flood beams ordinarily do not throw light a long distance, however, with the Broadview Headlamp, the Flood Beam can be used alongside of or combined with other beam types. When combined with the Side and Down Beams the Flood Beam gives a combined Kelvin light temperature and full 220 degree of dimmable lighting.
Spot Beam (Focus/Narrow)
This tight beam best enables long-distance viewing. The Broadview Spot Beam provides one of the longest beam distances of any major headlamp. The Broadview Spot is perfect for use outdoors. The Spot Beam can be adjusted for brightness and combined with any other Broadview mode.
The Night Vision Beam allows for viewing maps or other up-close viewing needs without causing negative reaction to the eyes. Night Vision can be combined with many of the other Beam Modes