Blog: May 2014


Seymour, IL (May 20, 2014) – First-Light USA, the leading manufacturer of hands-enabling lighting tools, has launched T-MAX™, a new product family offering high-level performance for the most demanding tactical operators.   The T-MAX™ platform has four distinct models, T-MAX™, T-MAX® Pro, T-MAX™ LE and T-MAX™ NV, each designed with a particular purpose and end user in mind.

“These are lighting tools for serious professionals”, according to Jeremy Ross, founder and CEO of First-Light USA. “We have been enhancing our customers’ ability to perform in low light for almost ten years. We are very proud to launch the T-MAX™ platform as it represents our commitment to a higher standard of performance.”

Designed for a broad set of users, T-MAX™ offers 425 lumens of white light focused to a flawless beam with a ready strobe function. In addition to these features, the T-MAX™ Pro model provides four secondary color options, a safety beacon and a machined stainless steel bezel. T-MAX™ LE is designed for law enforcement professionals and pairs a subdued black housing with a red, white and blue safety beacon and ready strobe function. Highlighting First-Light USA’s ongoing military focus, T-MAX™ NV features infrared capability combined with features specific to warfighting applications.

All T-MAX™ lights are compatible with First-Light USA’s Tactical Retention System (TRS) accessories, including a MOLLE mount, belt mount and magnet mount.


About First-Light USA

First-Light USA specializes in personal lighting tools designed for the demands of military, law enforcement, and personal defense applications. The company’s products allow for maximum use of the hands while maintaining full control of the light. First-Light USA’s four platforms, Liberator®, Tomahawk®, T-MAX™, and TORQ™, each offer advances in ergonomic design that deliver performance enhancing capabilities. Founded in 2004, with its headquarters located in Seymour, IL, First-Light USA’s products are proudly built in the USA. Learn more at


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