EN ISO 20471 Class 3
EN343 Class 3:3
- Pulsar unlined storm coat with integrated Active Technology LED LIGHTS
- 2 x 3 LED light to front of coat
- Panel of 5 LED lights to rear of coat
- Detachable & rechargeable control box
- 3M Scotchlite reflective tape
- Full length YKK 2 way zip concealed by double velcro storm flap
- Underarm ventilation
- Reflective piping detail to all external pocket flaps
- Shock cord at waist for optimum fit
- Unique flip-out ID window
- 3 pen pockets on left sleeve with eyelets for water expulsion
- Sports style waterproof zip pocket to right chest ideal for mobile phone
- Chin protector
- Elasticated adjustable storm cuffs for superior fitting
- Neoprene cuffs
- Micro fleece collar for extra warmth & comfort
- Modern sports waterproof zip away and detachable lined arctic style hood with draw cord
- Large external bellowed front pockets with separate hand warmer pockets
- Sports style
- Outer fabric – 300 denier PU coated polyester
- Inner fabric – 100% polyester mesh lining
- Features ICEid
LED Active Technology
- Mode 1 – soft flash – slow intermittent flash giving up to 20 hours battery life
- Mode 2 – rapid flash – faster flash mode giving up to 15 hours battery life
- Mode 3 – constant – permanently on mode giving up to 10 hours battery life
- Battery – Fully charged from flat in 5 hours. Lithium-ion battery giving 5000 full recharges. Charged by mini USB (lead included). Certified Intrinsically Safe.
- Brightness 26-32 watts output (2600 lumens) per LED, the equivalent of a 150 watt light bulb. Up to 20 years of life.
Each Pulsar Active garment includes an ICEid ICE Tag. An “In Case Of Emergency” tag contains a link to a persons secure and private emergency contact details and medical information which can be accessed by a first responder within seconds of an accident.
- Attach the ICE Tag to your zip.
- Register your Tag online. It takes a couple of minutes to register your tag and fill out your information
- Unique Alphanumeric & QR code – Each tag features unique alphanumeric and QR codes that can be scanned by first responders with a smart phone or entered into the ICE website to access the persons Emergency Contact Record.