Cap Lamps - HyperION ​

The range of mining HyperION LED cap lamps and charging racks are MineARC’s mid-tier lighting range. The HyperION Cap Lamp range features cap lamps of a high quality, durability and performance.

Compact, lightweight, yet powerful and super-efficient, each cap lamp within the HyperION range is designed to perform better and last longer.

HyperION LED Corded Cap Lamps

HyperION LED Cordless Cap Lamps

HyperION LED Cap Lamp Charger Racks

Single recharging adapter for each lamp means cap lamps can be added and removed as required.

Robust, versatile design offers optimal flexibility.

Simple turn-and-click locking mechanism makes it easy to add and remove cap lamps from the rack as required.

Convenient battery storage saddle ensures cap lamps stored neatly without being damaged.

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