1) Wash promptly with soap and water.
2) Neutralize with a mild acid, such as lemon juice or vinegar.
3) If battery liquid gets into your eyes, flush them with clear water for a minimum of ten
(10) minutes and seek immediate medical attention. (Medical note: The liquid is a
25 -35% solution of potassium hydroxide.)
Do not charge in potentially hazardous locations.
: The Survivor's Xenon bulb is pressurized. Wearing safety glasses is recom-
mended during replacement. The bulb gets extremely hot. Do not touch a lighted bulb
with your bare fingers. Use only lamp assembly #90320 (Div. 1) or 90314 (Div. 2).
The product's hazardous locations approval is valid only with the appropriate
Streamlight lamp assembly. See the product label for the specific lamp assembly
required for your light.
Do not attempt to repair or replace any components in potentially hazardous locations.
CHARGER DESCRIPTION AND MOUNTING
There are two basic charger options, FAST CHARGERS [one (1) hour recharge] and the
STEADY CHARGER [ten (10) hour recharge]. FAST CHARGERS have either a DC cord or
an AC transformer wired directly into a strain relief on the charger housing. The STEADY
CHARGER has four (4) interchangeable AC and DC power cords which allow connection
to a variety of AC and DC power sources. The AC cords are terminated with a plug-in
wall charger. All PIGGYBACK CHARGERS charge the spare battery at a steady rate only.
#90011 AC 120V AC 60 Hz
#90012 DC #1 12V DC w/cigarette
#90013 DC #2 12V DC Direct Wire
STEADY CHARGER AND CORDS
#90010 Plug-In Charger/Holder
#22311 120V AC 60 Hz cord
#21725 230V AC 50-60 Hz cord
#22051 12V DC w/cigarette lighter plug cord
#22050 12V DC Direct Wire cord
: Use only genuine Streamlight Survivor charger holders and cords. DO NOT
remove the transformer from an AC FAST CHARGER and connect it to a DC power source,
the charger will be destroyed.
Mounting the Charger
All chargers are designed to be used in any position mounted or not. If mounted, decide on
a convenient location and make sure there is enough clearance to retrieve the flashlight. The
charger holder itself can be used as a template to mark the location of the mounting holes.
Mount the charger securely with appropriate hardware to the selected mounting surface. The
charger can then be connected to an appropriate power source. The chassis of all Survivor
chargers is electrically isolated and may be mounted to any surface, including vehicles with
#90111 AC 120V 60 Hz
#90112 DC #1 12V DC w/cigarette
#90113 DC #2 12V DC Direct Wire
PIGGYBACK™ STEADY CHARGERS
#90110 Plug-In Charger/Holder
negative or positive ground chassis.
FAST CHARGER or STEADY CHARGER AC systems may be used unmounted or mounted
suitably near an AC power outlet of proper voltage.
IMPORTANT: Before making electrical connections in a vehicle, keep in mind that a shorted
auto battery can deliver hundreds of amperes of current which can easily start a fire. Make
all connections with insulated solder lugs or connection posts intended for such service.
DC Fast Charger
For maximum flashlight battery life, connect the DC charger directly to the 12V vehicle
battery or to the unswitched side of the ignition switch. This will minimize unnecessary
charge cycles which would be initiated each time the ignition switch is turned on. DC
FAST CHARGERS charge the battery quickly but draw a minimum of current after charge.
The DC #1 charger (cigarette lighter plug) is offered for those who want fast vehicle
charging but want to avoid a permanent installation. If at all possible, use a cigarette
lighter socket that is connected to the unswitched side of the ignition switch.
The DC #2 charger (direct wire) is offered for those who want to permanently mount a
Survivor in a vehicle. Connect the wires to the vehicle battery or to the unswitched side
of the ignition switch through a 5 amp fuse; slow-blow is best.
Multiple DC #2 installations should be connected as above but using a separate fuse for
The DC FAST CHARGER systems do not draw any current when the light is not inserted in
DC Steady Charger
This charger is offered for those who have no requirement for fast charging. It is available
with two (2) plug-in power cords: a cigarette lighter plug or direct wire. The charger can be
connected directly to the vehicle battery or in the unswitched side of the ignition switch if the
vehicle is operated every few days. If the vehicle does not operate for periods of longer than
a few days or multiple installations are planned, the charger(s) should be connected to the
switched side of the ignition or master power switch; the vehicle battery could also be con-
nected to a supplemental charging system.
Each charger should be connected through a 1 amp fuse; slow-blow is best. Multiple instal-
lations should use a separate fuse for each charger. Each STEADY CHARGER with a light
inserted continuously draws about .2 amperes while one without a light inserted draws no
current. PIGGYBACK STEADY CHARGERS draw up to .4A.
The chassis on most vehicles is negative polarity. In this case, the charger's striped lead
should be connected to the output side of the fuse. The unmarked negative lead should
be connected to the chassis.