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Fenix HP30R V2.0 Rechargeable Headlamp

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Fenix HP30R V2.0 is a professional headlamp with separate battery case, powered by two 21700 Li-ion batteries. This headlamp is rechargeable via the USBC port in the battery case, and the battery can be used as a power bank to charge other devices. The dial switch allows you to switch between four white spotlight output levels, and three neutral white floodlight output levels. The spot- and floodlight can be switched on simultaneously to deliver a max output of 3000 lumens. Made for the professional, the Fenix HP30R V2.0 Headlamp is built for performance—high performance.

SKU: HP30V2BKN/ABarcode: 6942870308173N/A
Max Lumens: 3000
Modes: 11
Battery: 21700

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Max Lumens: 3000
Max Beam Distance: 886 feet (270 meters)
Max Runtime: 120 hours
Lighting Modes: 4 brightness levels on spotlight, 3 brightness levels on floodlight, 4 brightness levels combined spotlight and floodlight
Bulb Type: One XHP50 white light LED, two XP-G3 S4 neutral white light LEDs
Size: Headlamp: Length: 3.62” (92mm) Width: 2.20” (56mm) Height: 1.73” (44mm) Battery Case: Length: 4.21” (107mm) Width:1.97” (50mm) Height: 1.61” (41mm)
Weight: 15.41 oz. (437g) including battery and headband
Battery: Two included 21700 rechargeable li-ion batteries
Included: Two Fenix ARB-L21-5000 Li-ion battery, USB Type-C charging cable, Four helmet attachment hooks, Three cable clips, stainless belt clip, extension cable, spare O-ring
Warranty: Limited Lifetime Guarantee from Fenix Lighting USA
Fenix HP30R V2.0 Rechargeable Headlamp specs chart

More Information

  • One XHP50 white light LED, two XP-G3 S4 neutral white light LEDs; with a lifespan of 50000 hours.
  • Includes two 5000mAh Li-ion batteries.
  • Integrated die-casting ensures security and better heat dissipation.
  • Rotary switch simultaneously activates spot- and floodlight modes.
  • Dual interface for charging and discharging capability.
  • Dual methods for wearing the battery case; can be clipped on the headband or worn on a belt.
  • Made of durable A6061-T6 aluminum.
  • Premium type HAIII hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish.


Fenix HP30R V2.0 Rechargeable Headlamp runtime chart


  • With the lamp switched off, rotate the switch clockwise, the lamp enters spotlight mode;
  • With the lamp switched off, rotate the switch counterclockwise, the lamp enters floodlight mode;
  • With the lamp switched on, rotate the switch to the off state to turn off the lamp.

Mode Switching 

  • Spotlight mode: on floodlight mode, rotate the switch clockwise to the off state, continuously rotate to enter spotlight mode.
  • Floodlight mode: on spotlight mode, rotate the switch counterclockwise to the off state, continuously rotate to enter floodlight mode.
  • Spot&flood Mode: on spotlight or floodlight mode, single click the side switch to enter spot&flood mode, click again to exit.

Output Selection 

  • Spotlight mode: rotate the switch to cycle through Low ⇄Med ⇄High ⇄Turbo.
  • Floodlight mode: rotate the switch to cycle through Low ⇄Med ⇄High.
  • Spot&Flood mode:
  1. On spotlight mode, rotate the switch to cycle through Low ⇄Med ⇄High ⇄
  2. On floodlight mode, rotate the switch counterclockwise to cycle through Low ⇄Med ⇄Note: The lamp does not have an intelligent memory circuit, each time it is turned on, Low of the spotlight or Low of the floodlight will be activated.

Battery Specifications for the HP30R V2.0 

TypeDimensionNominal VoltageUsability 
ARB-L21 Series217003.6VRecommended√√
ARB-L18 Series186503.6VUsable (with ALF-18 *)
Non-rechargeable Battery (Lithium)CR123A3VBanned×
Rechargeable Battery (Li-ion)163403.6VBanned×
Rechargeable Battery (Li-ion)186503.6VBanned×

* Do not mix batteries of different brands, sizes, capacities or types. Doing so may cause damage to the headlamp or the batteries being used. 


* Fenix ARB-L18 Series rechargeable Li-ion battery can also be used together with the ALF-18 battery holder. 


* 21700 Li-ion batteries are powerful cells designed for commercial applications and must be treated with caution and handled with care. Only use quality batteries with circuit protection. This will reduce the potential for combustion or explosion, but cell damage or short circuiting are potential risks the user assumes. 


Battery Replacement 

Open the cap to insert the battery in accordance with the polarity marks, then replace the cap and fasten the latch. 


Charging the HP30R V2.0 

  • Open the cap and plug the USB Type-C side of the charging cable into the charging port of the battery case.
  • In charging process, one indicator flashes: below 20%, one constant-on and one flashes: 20% - 50%, two constant-on and one flashes: 50% - 80%, three constant-on and one flashes: 80% - 95%, four constant-on: charging complete.
  • When charging is complete, replace the anti-dust cap to ensure the waterproof and dustproof ability. Note: 1. The normal charging time of the Fenix ARB-L21-5000 battery is about 4.5 hours from depletion to full charging, with the lamp being switched off. When charging, on/off and output selection can be used. 2. Recharge a stored headlamp every four months to maintain optimal Li-ion battery performance.

Power Bank Function 

  1. Switch off the lamp, plug the USB A socket of the charging cable into the battery case, and then connect another socket of the charging cable to the digital device.
  2. Single click switch next to the indicators to begin discharging (discharging current is 2A).
  3. In discharging process, four indicators flash: over 80%, three flash: 50% - 80%, two flash: 20% - 50%, one flashes: below 20%.
  4. When discharging complete, the indicators delay 30 seconds to go out to remind charging is complete. Be sure to close the anti-dust cover once charging is completed.

Battery Level Indication 

With the lamp switched off, single click the switch to check the battery status, the indicators will last for 3 seconds. 

  • Four constant on: 100% - 80%
  • Three constant on: 80% - 60%
  • Two constant on: 60% - 40%
  • One constant on: 40% - 20%
  • One flashes: critical 20% - 1%

Note: This only works with Fenix ARB-L21-5000 battery. 


Intelligent Overheat Protection 

The lamp will accumulate a lot of heat when used at relatively high modes for extended periods. When the lamp reaches a temperature of 60°C or above, the lamp will automatically step down a few lumens to reduce the temperature. When the temperature drops below 60°C, it will then allow the user to reselect the modes. 


Low-voltage Warning 

When the voltage level drops below the preset level, the headlamp is programmed to downshift to a lower brightness level until Low mode is reached. When this happens in Low mode, the lamp blinks 3 times every 5 minutes to remind you to timely recharge or replace the battery. 


Note: This only works with Fenix ARB-L21-5000 battery. 


Headband Assembly 

  • The headband is factory assembled by default.
  • Adjust the headband by sliding the buckle to the required length.
  • If the headband is stained with sweat and mud, it can be washed directly.

Options for Wearing Battery Pack 

On headband: clip the battery case in the holder on the headband. The headlamp with battery pack may be attached on a helmet with the included helmet attachment hooks. 


Belt-worn: clip the battery case into the included stainless steel belt clip, the battery pack can be belt-worn together with the extension cable. 


Usage and Maintenance for the HP30R V2.0 

  • Disassembling the sealed head can cause damage to the lamp and will void the warranty.
  • Fenix recommends using an excellent quality Fenix battery.
  • If the lamp will not be used for an extended period, remove the battery, or the lamp could be damaged by electrolyte leakage.
  • Take out the battery to prevent accidental activation during storage or transportation.
  • Long-term use can result in O-ring wear. To maintain a proper water seal, replace the ring with an approved spare.
  • Periodic cleaning of the battery contacts improves the lamp's performance as dirty contacts may cause the lamp to flicker, shine intermittently or even fail to illuminate for the following reasons: 
    A: The battery needs replacing or recharging. 
    Solution: Replace or recharge the battery (Ensure the battery is inserted according to the manufacturer’s specifications). 
    B: The contact point or contact of the battery or headlamp is dirty. 
    Solution: Clean the contact points with a cotton swab soaked in rubbing alcohol.

If the above methods don't work, please contact the distributor. 



  • The headlamp is a high-intensity lighting device capable of causing eye damage to the user or others. Avoid shining the lamp directly into anyone’s eyes.
  • This headlamp will accumulate a lot of heat when used for extended periods, resulting in a high temperature of the headlamp. Pay attention to safe use to avoid scalding.
  • Do not shine an object at close range to avoid burning an object or causing harm due to high temperature.
  • The LED of this headlamp is not replaceable; so the entire lamp should be replaced when the LED reaches the end of its life.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 25 reviews
Frank D.
Awesome Headlight!

The HP30R V2.0 is a very powerful headlight but, even with all this power, I find it very versatile - by detaching the battery pack and using the supplied extension cable, the battery case can be slipped into your pack or clipped to your waist so the weight is barely noticeable - even in warm months, you can slip the cord down your shirt so it’s out of the way and have a very capable light for mountain biking or even just hiking - the light is also fantastic for X-country skiing and snowshoeing on winter evenings. The light is well designed and the rotary switch is very intuitive and simple to use even when wearing gloves. The pre-selected brightness levels are perfect and the switch allows quickly changing between brightness levels or between flood and spot and the integrated pushbutton makes it super easy to combine flood and spot when needed. The battery pack is designed for fuss-free USB-C charging and includes a standard USB-A output so you can use the battery pack to charge other devices if necessary. All these good things come at a cost but at least this light delivers for the price so you feel your money was well spent …. Hard to find things to pick on.
Fenix Lighting also provides great service - my light shipped same day it was ordered and arrived in a couple days with free standard shipping.

Bad charging port cover

The tab to help remove the charging port cover ripped off and that shouldn't happen therefore the cover should be plastic with a better design

Very good safe light

Use light too trail running every morning very good color and run time love battery indicator this is the third Fenix lamp would recommend hiking .
But this saved my foot for a broken glass 😞 wine bottle placed on trail and covered in mud but this wonderful light lit it up at running speed thanks.

Yikes!! Glad you were able to spot that broken bottle on the trail!

Marcelleus Johnson

Fenix HP30R V2.0 Rechargeable Headlamp

Dennis Garber
Verified these numbers

I verified the candela and the lumens, and they were correct, at least with my equipment.

The build and engineering is awesome, except, as usual Fenix could have offered options for higher bin, warmer, higher cri spot. The spot is a ucky 70 cri cool xhp50, when they could offer a high cri 5000 with little drop in lux, or a high cri 50.3, with twice the intensity... The floods are S2 bin, when s5 bins are available in the same Kelvin, but a bit higher cri of 80.

I like several modes on the light. However, I need the high 6200 candela mode for 10 hours if I were to buy several for my crew. The box says 12 hours, 800 lumens, which would mean 266,66 lumens per watt! Unfortunately, it is a rather embarrassing math error on the part of Fenix!!

Actual, high runtime was 6.66 hours in regulation (flood and spot). The spectacular driver then goes into safety pen light mode. The spot high extinguises the pen light at 7h25min, and the flood at 7h25min, which fits the math. The double high and turbo are wrong too, but a little complicated to explain in a paragraph or less (they step down to 60% and 55% of the advertised value in 10 minutes, still brighter than high. The stepped down turbo dies out around 2 hours and the double highs in 4.5 hours, then safety pen light). I did not bother testing double turbos. The mid runtime was around 28 hours, not 34. The double highs ran about 13.8, not 17, as real math dictates. The lows got about 120 hours, just as the box said, except the flood dropped out of regulation at 115 hours, exactly. I did test the spot low, but the math predicted that it would drop out of regulation around 112 or 113 hours, so basically, like the box or close enough.

The printed high and turbo runtime mistake is Astounding and worthy of a lesser respected company. And it means I had to spend another $70 on a charger and backup cells. I can use it myself, but can't buy one for each worker. Battery swaps, especially in the fragile door mechanism is risky, even for the best guy. Plus the swap time can cost a boss $1500 a year, or more per person.

I still respect Fenix for their driver on the light, and was deeply relieved to verify their lumen and candela numbers.

It is a bright headlamp for sure. The double highs is the perfect beam pattern for up to 20 feet, someday if batteries 2x better and leds 2x more efficient, it might be possible.

I am a bit concerned that no one in the company seemed to care about wrong runtimes on the box, and no one apologized.

Again, the center eyeball comes see colors and details, but the flood area, peripheral vision rods cannot really see color, but are very good for the seeing movement and binary differences. In other words the center needs to be a higher cri and neutral tint.

In the past I never liked pure flood since it is not bright enough to see far or much. However, this light can do nearly 2000 candela of a pure wall of flood for 6.6 hours and impresses no other flood has.

The low is 50 lumens and is almost bright enough to work with, for 115 hours, I guess.

I am also uneasy that AR glass is not mentione.because it was always bragged about in the past, and is essential else we loose 10 percent of the lumens.

Hi Dennis - I spoke with our warranty team to see what was going on with this. I was informed that your concerns about the run time were forwarded over to Coco at Fenixlight Ltd., the manufacturer. It is my understanding that Coco replied to you from that initial email, but none of us know what happened with this situation after Coco responded to your concerns about the run times on your light. Our warranty team is reaching back out to you this morning to follow up since we are not aware of the current status of the situation.

Additionally, in re-reading your review, I note that you state the runtime on high, for both spot and flood, was 6.66 hours and you were expecting it to be 12. If you look at the run time chart here on the product page, the runtime is 12 hours and 800 lumens for just the spotlight mode. The runtime for high on just the floodlight is 10 hours for 1000 lumens. However, if you are on high with both spot and flood, you are running 1800 lumens and, per the chart, a 6 hour run time. Thus, per your statement that 'high runtime was 6.66 hours in regulation (flood and spot),' your measured runtime was longer than the 6 hours listed in the chart on our product page and the back of the HP30R V2 box. So I do believe the headlamp is functioning properly and that the runtimes listed on the product are accurate.

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