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The Fenix TK16 V2 has APF technology. What is APF technology?

First of all, we would like to share that this APF technology is leading the flashlight industry for at least 2-3 years. The benefits of APF and what it does:The APF (Advanced Pulse-Frequency Transmission System) was developed by Fenix laboratory, a

What batteries work in the Fenix TK11 TAC LED flashlight?

The Fenix TK11 TAC flashlight runs on either one single 18650 lithium-ion battery or two CR123 lithium batteries. Browse our battery selection here.

Can you explain more about what the APF technology is, how the technology works, and how the technology is different from the hall-effect switches?

To put it simply, multi-functional tail switches encrypt your operation order to the head. Then the head circle-board decodes the order and transfers it to the LEDs.

Which battery chargers work with the Fenix TK11 TAC batteries?

You can use the chargers listed below to charge 18650 lithium ion batteries: ARE-X1, ARE-X2, ARE-A4, ARE-A2, ARE-D1, ARE-D2, ARE-X11. Check out our battery chargers to find one that will work for you.

Is APF technology affected by magnetic fields because of a hall-effect sensor?

While APF can work with hall-effect sensors, very few tactical products use them because it can cause accidental on/off, especially with some tactical gear like QD/QR buckle with a strong magnet. Fenix does not use any hall-effect sensor on tactical