Maxa Beam Filters attach over the searchlight’s lens to alter output energy or beam pattern. Popular choices include infrared filters, amber filters, and beam-shaping lenses.
Turn the Maxa Beam into a covert IR illuminator with a longpass infrared filter. The searchlight’s infrared beam is invisible to the naked eye but will aid IR-sensitive cameras and night vision devices at long ranges.
Part Nos. MBA-1715, MBA-1850, MBA-1900, MBA-1950
Amber Smoke/Fog Filter
Ideal for use in smoke or fog conditions, this filter turns the searchlight’s beam yellow.
This clear glass lens fits over the Maxa Beam’s front lens and acts as a barrier to protect the searchlight from dust, debris, and scratches.
Designed for flood mode applications, this lens redirects unused spill light back into the searchlight’s beam and produces an even field of view at beam angles greater than 20°. Other Maxa Beam filters may be “stacked” over this lens for combined use.
Peripheral Vision Filter
This filter shapes the searchlight’s beam to produce a bright center spot with a wide band of light extending to either side. Useful for wide area search applications.