Peak Beam’s flagship product, the Maxa Beam Searchlight, has been tested and fielded by U.S. military and federal agencies for over twenty-four years and continues to be the most powerful handheld searchlight available in the world. Handheld Maxa Beam Searchlights are used to temporarily disable and disorient targets in tactical entries and combat situations. Mounted Maxa Beam Searchlights are used as non-lethal devices to deter or halt the progress of an approaching target. The U.S. Border Patrol is currently using a series of computer-controlled Maxa Beam searchlights to protect the U.S.-Mexico Border.
The Maxa Beam Searchlight has several characteristics that set it apart from the competition, including an unparalleled 12,000,000 CandlePower output, motorized beam width adjustment, state-of-the-art rechargeable batteries, and a variety of infrared and beam shape filtering options. The Maxa Beam also features a strobe function that is used as a non-lethal weapon by military, law enforcement, and security personnel to disorient and disrupt a target’s vision without causing any permanent damage.
In addition to its popular handheld searchlights, Peak Beam also offers a diverse line of remote-controlled Maxa Beam Searchlight systems. Remote-controlled Maxa Beam Searchlights are typically installed onto stationary and mobile remote surveillance, security, and weapons systems where they are used to detect and deter targets, aid day/night cameras, and assist with site illumination and surveillance. Remote-controlled Maxa Beam Searchlights feature a wide variety of computer-controlled functions including strobe rate, beam width adjustment, and beam intensity.
Many different packages are available.