#GB36 Utorch UT03 3x CREE XHP70 9,000lm+ Flashlight - Official Group buy Thread

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Light has 21 “ultra-low / low” brightness levels to choose from :

From off , click 4 times to get in programming mode . Now , depending in which level you are , a single click gets you to the next brightness level (it’s in cycle , so once you reach the highest , you’re back in the lowest). Longer click saves the level you’re in .

It has some cool sub lumen modes , that even xhp70s can’t light properly all the dies …

Freeme of course will take a better pic Smile

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Will there be a NW version in this deal ?

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giorgoskok wrote:

It has some cool sub lumen modes , that even xhp70s can’t light properly all the dies …


Nice and intriguing picture!

I’m trying to guess why the dies do not light up the same…
Small deviations from the specs out of production that make a big difference at very low voltage?

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patmurris wrote:
giorgoskok wrote:

It has some cool sub lumen modes , that even xhp70s can’t light properly all the dies …


Nice and intriguing picture!

I’m trying to guess why the dies do not light up the same…
Small deviations from the specs out of production that make a big difference at very low voltage?

They are all in parallel and they are probably getting a few mA each . Then i think every xhp70 in 12V configuration has 4 dies connected in series (i think). Only if all the 12 dies had same Vf would light equally , theoretically

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I think we should include that too.

fireblade893 wrote:
Will there be a NW version in this deal ?

 

It took me quite a few attempt to get the sequence right. Likewise for electronic lock out. Haha. 

giorgoskok wrote:
Light has 21 "ultra-low / low" brightness levels to choose from : From off , click 4 times to get in programming mode . Now , depending in which level you are , a single click gets you to the next brightness level (it's in cycle , so once you reach the highest , you're back in the lowest). Longer click saves the level you're in . It has some cool sub lumen modes , that even xhp70s can't light properly all the dies ... !{width:80%}http://i794.photobucket.com/albums/yy230/george_kok97/miktaa/20170513_21...! Freeme of course will take a better pic :)
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freeme wrote:

It took me quite a few attempt to get the sequence right. Likewise for electronic lock out. Haha. 

Lockout is very tricky ! You must be very quick when “unlocking” it .

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What batteries will it take? Hopefully not another of these lights that’s fussy on length making it a problem getting hold of compatible batteries…

If it is fussy that should be rectified before production.

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Mstevens113 wrote:
What batteries will it take? Hopefully not another of these lights that’s fussy on length making it a problem getting hold of compatible batteries…

If it is fussy that should be rectified before production.

It would work better with button tops , now i’m using flat tops and they are a little short actually . If you give it a really good shake they loose contact .

So , no problem with space .

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That’s what I was worried about. Most high drains are not button top, getting hold of them can be a pain.

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Mstevens113 wrote:
That’s what I was worried about. Most high drains are not button top, getting hold of them can be a pain.

No need to take button top high drains if you can’t find them . NCR18650GA will work great in most cases in the light with it’s setup .

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Mstevens113 wrote:
That’s what I was worried about. Most high drains are not button top, getting hold of them can be a pain.

There’s always the old solder blob trick.

My Convoy L6 thread with Texas Avenger FET driver, Narsil ramping firmware, lighted side switch and cut down SMO reflector. Lots of amp draws on stock driver as well.

http://budgetlightforum.com/node/54477

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I really don’t need another light… Yes please. Interested.

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