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  • Runs for ages!

    posted by DonaldM

    Lots of light, while not as bright as the incandescent bulb, it will run for more than 4 hours on 2400 mAh cells - draws 580mA from Trustfire protected 18650's. Light output about the same as Fenix P3D on high, but a tighter hotspot so will project beam farther.
    I use it more than the incandescent LA, small enough and light enough to carry with the light as well as the incandescent lamp assembly.
    Love it!
  • Great drop in with 5A tint

    posted by sparktastic

    Great tint for outside use. As another user has already pointed out, when you go to a 'warm' tint like this, it is hard to ever go back to the cold whites. Yes the Q5's and R2's of this world put out more lumens per watt, but many of those lumans are at such a high colour temperature that it really doesn't contribute much unless you only plan on shining your flashlight at white walls all the time.
    This drop-in will work from a single 3.7v cell but the output is reduced slightly.
    I have noticed minor flickering for a short time after switch-on, occasionally when running on a single 3.7v cell. Maximum brightness is acheived with a supply voltage of at least 4.5V. Works fine on 12-14V as well (for anyone thinking of running these from a vehicle supply. Current draw at 12v is around 330Ma. I like to turn these into compact throwers by replacing the stock OP reflector with a smooth one from an sku.5937. This setup works very well in one of my favourite hosts the WF-502B.
    Nice drop-in.
    Can't wait for this tint emitter to be producing >100 lumens per watt.
    I live in hope!

    posted by heavyguns31

    Ok this is the brightest thing ive ever seen in a 2 cell flashlight....or a 4 cell either for that matter....Its unbelievable the light this thing puts out. Have been using R2's for years and am switching over to these....one thing tho...there is NO hotspot....so if you want one because they can be used as an aiming tool on weapons lights well you dont have that. Want your hotspot stick with the r2
    This is one bright SOB.....I havent tested runtime yet but will.....no hotspot but the throw is still awesome...lights up the whole night and def anyones house....
    Bottomline is need a hot spot.....go with the r2....dont need it just want a rediculously blinding bright light....heres you baby. could be a bit cheaper....DX will prob lower the price after some time tho...they always seem too.
  • Well P60 module

    posted by wainu

    The good module with satisfactory modes. It is made under standard P60 that gives the chance to replace with it the out-of-date or broken modules. The diode is planted on thermopaste enough. Comprehensible quality of the soldering. An excellent range of an entrance voltage.
    Module opens the big possibilities on modernisation and manufacturing of small lamps.
    You buy also necessarily will find of it application.
  • finally the coveted r5

    posted by drew222

    great emitter with a good driver. so far. mine is fairly neutral tint for being a high powered cree cool white led. only a small amount of blue tint. very bright, rivals my mce. more throw, obviously
    2.23a draw off 2 123a primary seems way high. maybe that's why it's almost as bright as my mce. because it's using as many watts(10ish)
    i will take the emitter out and mod it into my rcg2


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