> Versa Light Max

A multi versatile light system for the crime scene
investigator and the laboratory.

Versa Light MAX is versatile and portable. It can be used as a hand held lamp and also be mounted on a telescope handle for searching shoe prints on the floor. In the system you also have a light stand designed to give you a
suitable position of the light source for ultimate photographing result.

> Assemble Guide

To make Versa Light Max a handheld lamp the handle is mounted in the slots and locked into place with the two screws.

The orange attachable viewing filter The orange attachable viewing filter mounted in                                

The diffuser filter is mounted for softer light with the two screws.

For placing the lamp on a flat surface. Attach the tre feets to the lamp and adjust the feet to get the best angle of the light.

 

For searching shoe prints with low oblique – light the telescopic handle is mounted in the slots and locked into place with the two screws.

The length of the telescopic handle can easily be adjusted by loosening the screws and sliding the handle up or down to an appropriate length.

To assemble the light stand for Versa Light

Begin to assemble the light stand, screw on one of the tripod stick on the y-shaped feet.

Connect the tripod stick the large plastic clamp and attach second tripod stick as illustrated

To mount the light source on the stand. Use the large plastic clamp and attach it to the handle which is mounted on the lamp, as we show.

To mount the orange viewing filter on the stand.

Use the large plastic clamp and attach it
to orange viewing filter as we show.

> Versa Light MAX areas of use

For searching shoe prints with low oblique light.

For searching finger prints with handheld lamp and the orange attachable viewing filter.

Searching for fibers and body fluids using the blue light

Examining of the electrostatic film of shoe prints using the handheld lamp.

To using the light stand as a photographing stand. For photographing a gel lifting film with low oblique light

Examen three-dimensional impression from a tire with low oblique light

Make fingerprints visible