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IPX4, IPX8, IP68

What are these codes?

The IP Degree of Protection (Ingress Protection) is a standard that indicates the ability of an object to protect its components against the intrusion of foreign materials.

The IP Degree of Protection refers to the IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission) standard, which is why it is also used in mobile phones, cameras, etc. This standard allows the consumer to see beyond marketing to understand the real degree of protection of a product.

IP codes are formed with the IP identification and two digits indicating the level of protection.

– The letters “IP” indicate that it is an IP
code – The first digit represents the level of protection against solid particles, such as dust.
– The second digit describes the level of protection against liquids, such as water.

The S Series headlamps are IP68 certified, which means:

IP = IP
ID 6 = The flashlight is completely protected with dust
8 = The flashlight can be submerged underwater up to 1m deep.

IP68 waterproof rating

First digit (solid)

LevelProtected against
XNot tested
0Unprotected
1Objects larger than 50mm
2Objects larger than 12.5mm
3Objects larger than 2.5mm
4Objects larger than 1mm
5Dust protection
6Complete dust protection

Second digit (water)

LevelProtected against
XNot tested
0Unprotected
1Water dripping
2Water drip, inclined at 15°
3Water mist (spray)
4Water jets
5Water jets, with higher pressure
6Very powerful jets of water
7Immersion up to 1m
8Continuous immersion, 1m or more