The v42 is the latest version of our widely acclaimed Duo Omni module, simply the most effective LED conversion for the Petzl Duo, with user programmable light settings. The spot and flood LEDs can be operated separately, or blended together, to to best suit your individual needs. New features for the r02 revision include our innovative new integrated alloy heatsink, and 5 green indicator LEDs for battery charge level.
The v42 has two main LEDs. A focused spot LED and a wide angle flood LED with optic. In normal operation the v42 has four factory default power settings (see following table). The v42 also has 5 green smd indicator LEDs for battery charge level indication. Main LED also blinks 1-5 times, visible without removing helmet.
The factory default light settings are;
see Operation chart including light output and indicative run times
To switch between the settings, use the down switch on the Petzl Duo. Switch on-off-on-off to move between settings 1-2-3-4 ... 1-2 etc, in a looping sequence. Setting 1 will blink momentarily when selected to make it very easy to determine exactly which setting has been selected.
Operating the switch very quickly, on-off-on ('double switch') will operate moon (camp) setting for maximum run time. At this point, the 5 green indicator LEDs with show battery charge, and the main LED will blink 1 to 5 times to indicate the approximate level of battery charge. This is visible without removing helmet for maximum convenience.
The v42 can be programmed using Customduo infrared remote control (cr2025 battery required). From 1-9 light settings can be specified, and the level of light provided by the spot and/or flood LEDs for each setting can be configured by the user. This is now even easier as the 5 green LEDs provide feedback!
The spot and flood LEDs can be operated separately or blended together. Each LED can be operated at low, medium, medium plus, high and maximum, offering a choice from 24 possible light combinations.
(est. 2500mAh eneloops)
1 (low flood)
2 (high spot)
3 (medium flood)