LED Flashlight User Guide
Congratulations on your purchase of the Motorola MR535 high- performance, high durability flashlight.
The Motorola MR535 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 MR535 LED Flashlight
· 1 16340 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery, 550mAh
· 1 Belt Clip
· 1 micro-USB Cable
· 1 User Guide
1. Unscrew the tail switch cap and insert 1x16340
rechargeable (Li-ion) battery (included).The (+) terminal on
the battery should face toward the flashlight's head.
2. Replace the tail switch cap and turn on the flashlight as
indicated in any of the options listed below.
With the light on, the charge indicator light (located on the side switch) will flash once per second when the
battery charge has reached 30% of full charge. When the battery charge has reached 10%, the charge
indicator light will flash to indicate low battery capacity.
Charging the MR535
The Motorola MR535 charge indicator light will blink during the ON modes to indicate the battery is
depleted and needs to be charged.
1. With the light in the OFF mode, open the rubber plug on the micro-USB charging port to reveal the
micro-USB charging connector.
2. Connect the MR535 to a power outlet using the included cable.
3. The charge indicator light will turn red to indicate the battery is charging.
4. Once the battery is fully charged, the charge indicator light will turn blue.
5. Remove the micro-USB cable and re-seat the rubber plug on the micro-USB charging port to maintain
NOTE: The flashlight will not illuminate while charging.
Your Motorola MR535 flashlight has a side switch for on/off operation and is equipped with 4 illumination
light modes to suit your varied needs.
Press and hold the side switch for 1 to 3 seconds and release to turn the light on.
Press and hold the side switch for 1 to 3 seconds. The light will turn off. Release the side switch.
Your Motorola MR535 is equipped with a lockout mode to minimize or prevent unintended operation
Enter Lockout Mode.
With the light off, press and hold the side switch for 3 to 4 seconds. The MR535 will flash 2 times to
indicate the light is in lockout mode.
Exit Lockout Mode.
With the light off and in lockout mode, press and hold the side switch until the light turns on. The MR535
will exit lockout mode and return to the brightness setting selected when placed into lockout mode.
Changing the Brightness Setting
Your Motorola MR535 has 3 different preset brightness levels as follows:
high → medium → low
With the light on, single press and release the side switch to cycle through the different brightness levels.
Your Motorola MR535 flashlight has a memory function. The light will memorize the selected brightness
setting when turning the light off. The next time the light is turned on, it automatically resumes to the
previously selected brightness level.
Note that the memory function does NOT include the strobe mode. If the light is turned off while in strobe
mode, the light will come back on in the last brightness setting (high, medium, low) that was active prior
to strobe mode.
Your Motorola MR535 flashlight is equipped with a strobe mode that can be accessed from any light
setting including the OFF position, except when the light is in lockout mode. When strobe mode is
entered, the light will automatically switch to the high brightness setting.
To enter strobe, quickly double click the side switch to activate the strobe mode.
To exit strobe mode, quickly double click again. The flashlight will exit from strobe mode and return to the
last light setting, including OFF.
Battery Charge Indicator Light
Note: When the charge indicator light is blinking, it means to indicate the battery is
nearly depleted and needs to be charged.
Maintenance and Precautions
· Do not disassemble the sealed head. Doing so can cause damage to the flashlight and will void the
· Use a high-quality battery to mitigate the risk of the flashlight being damaged by electrolyte leakage or
· If the flashlight will not be used for a long time, remove the battery to avoid damage caused from battery
· Lubricate the O-rings regularly using a Q-Tip
the contacts to prevent corrosion. Doing so will keep the flashlight properly sealed against water. If the
O-rings are damaged after prolonged use, replace them.
. Apply a small dab of silicone grease or petroleum jelly to