Flashlight Stocks List
|DGLY||F||Digital Ally, Inc.||-4.42|
|DSWL||B||Deswell Industries, Inc.||1.36|
|SWBI||C||Smith & Wesson Brands, Inc.||-0.55|
|LITB||D||LightInTheBox Holding Co., Ltd.||-2.67|
|AOUT||B||American Outdoor Brands, Inc.||-0.26|
|SYLD||B||Cambria Shareholder Yield ETF||1.1|
|XBUY||D||Amplify International Online Retail ETF||0.7|
|VAMO||B||Cambria ETF Trust Cambria Value and Momentum ETF||0.64|
|AFSM||B||First Trust Active Factor Small Cap ETF||0.6|
|CSML||B||IQ Chaikin U.S. Small Cap ETF||0.5|
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A flashlight (US) or torch (UK) is a portable hand-held electric light. The source of the light often used to be an incandescent light bulb (lamp) but has been gradually replaced by light-emitting diodes (LEDs) since the mid-2000s. A typical flashlight consists of the light source mounted in a reflector, a transparent cover (sometimes combined with a lens) to protect the light source and reflector, a battery, and a switch. These are supported and protected by a case.
The invention of the dry cell and miniature incandescent electric lamps made the first battery-powered flashlights possible around 1899. Today, flashlights use mostly light-emitting diodes and run on disposable or rechargeable batteries. Some are powered by the user turning a crank, shaking the lamp, or squeezing it. Some have solar panels to recharge the battery.
In addition to the general-purpose hand-held flashlight, many forms have been adapted for special uses. Head or helmet-mounted flashlights designed for miners and campers leave the hands free. Some flashlights can be used underwater or in flammable atmospheres. Flashlights are used as a light source when in a place without electrical outlets, during power outages or when light is needed in a place where a wired lamp is difficult to use, for example, behind or underneath heavy furniture or when servicing appliances.