LED Flashlight User Guide
Congratulations on your purchase of the Motorola MR500 high- performance, high
durability flashlight. The Motorola MR500 utilizes CREE XP-G2 LED technology that is
geared for optimum effectiveness and high efficiency. Its ability to endure rugged use is
enabled by the aircraft grade aluminum with premium Type II anodized anti-abrasive
finish. It is lightweight and compact in design making it a great option for portability. Use it
in any situation such as hunting, hiking, camping, caving, general household, recreational
activities, rugged sports, industrial work or emergency situations. Please take a few
moments to read this user guide to ensure that you get the best performance and years of
trouble free service.
·1 Motorola MR500 LED Flashlight
·1 AAA Alkaline Batteries
·1 Belt Clip
·1 User Guide
Unscrew the tail cap by turning counterclockwise. Insert 1xAAA alkaline or
rechargeable batteries. The (+) terminal on the batteries should face the
NOTE: If the tail end cap is not completely tightened shut, the flashlight
may not work properly. Tail cap and head of the flashlight must be tightly
closed to maintain the waterproof seal.
Your Motorola MR500 flashlight has a tail switch button for on / off operation and
is equipped with 3 illumination light levels / modes to suit your varied needs. The
switch can operate the flashlight either in a steady state mode or momentarily
turning the light on.
Turn ON – OFF Steady State
Press down firmly on the tail switch button to actuate the switch and turn the
flashlight ON / OFF.
Turn ON Momentary
Press lightly on tail switch button without actuating the switch for momentary
ON. Holding the button down will keep the light on until the switch is released.
Successive momentary presses of the tail switch will cycle the flashlight through
the illumination levels / modes.
Changing the Brightness Setting / Mode
Your Motorola MR500 has 2 different preset brightness levels and 1 additional
mode of operation as follows:
high → off → low → off → strobe → off
Single actuate the side switch in either steady state or momentary operation to
cycle through the different brightness levels / modes.
Maintenance and Precautions
· Do not disassemble the sealed head. Doing so can cause
damage to the flashlight and will void the warranty.
· Use high quality batteries to mitigate the risk of the flashlight
being damaged by electrolyte leakage or battery breakage.
· If the flashlight will not be used for a long time, remove the
batteries to avoid damage caused from battery leakage.
· Lubricate the O-rings regularly using a Q-Tip
of silicone grease or petroleum jelly to the contacts to prevent
corrosion. Doing so will keep the flashlight properly sealed
against water. If the O-rings are damaged after prolonged use,
· Clean the flashlight contacts periodically, especially if the light
flickers or does not light up. There are different reasons for a
flickering or non-working light:
A: The batteries may need to be replaced.
Solution: Replace old/defective batteries with new ones (be
sure to double check correct installation of + and - terminals).
B: The threads, PCB board contact or other contacts are dirty.
Solution: Use a Q-Tip
clean the contact points.
If the above methods do not work, please refer to the warranty
policy listed in this user guide.
Warning The Motorola MR500 is a high-intensity lighting
device and capable of causing eye damage. Avoid shining the light
directly into the eyes. LED radiation (RG-2)
1 X AAA Alkaline (included) or Rechargable
Weight w/o Batteries
Peak Beam Intensity
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operations is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) this divice may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
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