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Nitecore RSW2i WL Wireless Remote Pressure Switch


 
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Available for preorder. Expected arrival: 08/10/2022
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Price: $29.95


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Product Code: PS-NITE-RSW2IWL
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DESCRIPTION
 

NITECORE RSW2i WL At-A-Glance

  • Wireless pressure switch
  • Compatible with Nitecore Intelligent series
  • Dual function pressure switch
  • Plug and play ready to go
  • Multiple attachment options

Included in the Box

  • RSW2i WL Pressure Switch
  • Hook-and-loop sticky pad
  • 2x Picatinny rail mount sections
  • Wireless tail cap
  • 2x Hook-and-loop straps

Compatibility Guide

Pressure switch for intelligent Series:

  • P10iX, P20iX, P10i, P20i, P20iUV, P30i, P35i

Wireless Functionality

The Nitecore RSW2i WL is a wireless pressure switch designed specifically for the Nitecore intelligent Series flashlights. It operates on the 2.4G wireless bandwidth for a secure connection and frees up clutter and tangles from your rail section for enhanced operation. It's a direct drop in, plug and play for any iSeries flashlight. Just unscrew the regular tail cap, install the new tail cap and you are good to go.

Installation Guide

The RSW2i WL comes with three methods to attach the pressure pad to your platform.

  • 2x compact picatinny rail mounts for any handguard sections
  • Hook-and-loop sticky pad that can be mounted to flat surfaces
  • 2x hook-and-loop straps that can secure the pressure pad to looped sections

Average Rating: Average Rating: 4 of 5 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review »


  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
 
4 of 5 Novel idea, some latency present... August 16, 2022
Reviewer: Robert S. from Tampa, FL  
Just received the Nitecore RSW2i wireless remote pressure switch to pair with my new P10i tactical light.

Had a minor issue getting the tailcap to pair with the remote switch, as the manual is not exactly clear on the manner of how the tailcap switch should be manipulated to establish the connection.

Thanks to Jonathan from customer service, I was able to crack the code on how to half-press the tailcap button (three rapid half-presses in succession) to activate the wireless radio in the tailcap.

I have noticed that there is a small bit of latency between the button press on the pressure pad to when the light responds, as compared to the physical press of the tailcap button. I don't think this will negatively impact the usage of the light with the remote switch, but it is something to consider.

Overall, I'm looking forward to using this wireless switch arrangement for installation on a long gun.

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