[♛ FreemeGB] Fireflies PL47 Gen II 4*XP-L/ Nichia/ SST20 Hi CRI 21700 Right Angle Flashlight - Interest Check

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dmsoule wrote:
With Anduril firmware set up by Toykeeper, why would anyone want to flash something else?

A newer version of Anduril later on, of course.
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also interested, im on the quest to buy anything that toykeeper works on!

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Before people get too excited, remember that it is first and foremost a 21700 right-angle light. If that is what you want, you’ll probably like it. But if you want a more traditional straight flashlight, a fancy interface won’t really help much. It’s kind of a specialized item.

The 219B emitters make a very nice pure-white high-CRI beam. And, though I may be a bit biased, I think it has a nice interface. But I use the ROT66 more because I like inline flashlights more than a right-angle lights.

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ToyKeeper wrote:
Before people get too excited, remember that it is first and foremost a 21700 right-angle light. If that is what you want, you’ll probably like it. But if you want a more traditional straight flashlight, a fancy interface won’t really help much. It’s kind of a specialized item.

The 219B emitters make a very nice pure-white high-CRI beam. And, though I may be a bit biased, I think it has a nice interface. But I use the ROT66 more because I like inline flashlights more than a right-angle lights.


Great Advice regarding choice etc..

For me both inline and angled Flashlights have a place due to work and activity requirements……. So hopefully this may replace the Nitecore HC30 I have but that will depend on quite a few things once I have played with one…. Could be it’s as much use as a chocolate teapot Big Smile

Just wish there was a few specs regarding runtimes and lumens!!

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Might it come with a magnet on the base? That would increase its utility. (Sorry if someone else has asked this Q already)

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Might it come with a magnet on the base? That would increase its utility. (Sorry if someone else has asked this Q already)

Yes

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lohtse wrote:
Just wish there was a few specs regarding runtimes and lumens!!

Lumens go from ~0.3 at the low end to … um, direct drive at the high end. It has four emitters and a FET and a 21700 cell, so it should be able to pretty much max out four of whatever emitter it’s using. So, for 219B that’s probably a maximum of 2000-2400 lm. For XP-L HI it probably goes up to ~4500 lm or maybe even higher.

Of course, it won’t stay at that level for long… too much heat.

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lohtse wrote:
Just wish there was a few specs regarding runtimes and lumens!!

Lumens go from ~0.3 at the low end to … um, direct drive at the high end. It has four emitters and a FET and a 21700 cell, so it should be able to pretty much max out four of whatever emitter it’s using. So, for 219B that’s probably a maximum of 2000-2400 lm. For XP-L HI it probably goes up to ~4500 lm or maybe even higher.

Of course, it won’t stay at that level for long… too much heat.


Thank you for that Toykeeper…. Now I have a slight corner dribble!! Shocked

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ToyKeeper wrote:
lohtse wrote:
Just wish there was a few specs regarding runtimes and lumens!!

Lumens go from ~0.3 at the low end to … um, direct drive at the high end. It has four emitters and a FET and a 21700 cell, so it should be able to pretty much max out four of whatever emitter it’s using. So, for 219B that’s probably a maximum of 2000-2400 lm. For XP-L HI it probably goes up to ~4500 lm or maybe even higher.

Of course, it won’t stay at that level for long… too much heat.

Wow I’m very excited for this. It’s like a Emisar D4 angle light.

I’m curious, if I put a 40T or 30T in there, will it push too much current for the 219B? How many amps does it take to be harmful to the 219B?

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I wouldn’t recommend running it on turbo for long. The 219B emitters have higher Vf than 219C, so they won’t allow as much current to pass… but they also can’t stand anywhere near as much current. So I’m not really sure what to expect.

It might be a good idea to artificially lower the FET power on the 219B version, but it’ll require some testing to figure out if that’s necessary… and I’m not really set up for that kind of testing.

With most direct-drive lights, the emitters and batteries are chosen so the battery’s voltage sag and the emitter’s Vf curve will intersect at a safe point. But when using stronger cells or weaker emitters or lower-Vf emitters, things get tricky.

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Are xpl hi and 219B the only emitters available?

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I don’t really know what emitters will be used.

However, the ones I’ve seen are 219B and SST20.

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freeme wrote:

Product listed.

Nice, and lots of emitter options, including SST20 10W NW 4000K CRI95. Definitely going to try that.

http://www.ff-light.com/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=54

Freeme, please update my interest to two lights, thanks!

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The new details looks great. I thought I had posted interested before.

The low mode should be lower.

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2 please… YES THATS TWO PLEASE

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Prolly mentioned, gonna have battery available for purchase?

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Interested. If I didn’t already say so. Facepalm

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freeme wrote:

Product listed.

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coupon Big Smile

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