NIGHTWATCH Avaritia NA40 SE: triple SST20 3000K, 4000K, 95cri, type-C rechargeable - $42.24 Code: NA40SE New photos in post #53

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We get it, you are displeased with Fireflies, move on.

Is your NA50 mystery light a smooth or orange peel reflector?

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Oh man, you got the upgraded NA50 smile. What that means, I got no clue.

Yes - those SST-20's do throw well.

Is the tail assembly still the same? Still no spring, but a raised surface?

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Tom E wrote:

Oh man, you got the upgraded NA50 smile. What that means, I got no clue.


Yes – those SST-20’s do throw well.


Is the tail assembly still the same? Still no spring, but a raised surface?

Yes, same tail internals as pictured earlier in thread. Seems to work fine: shaking/banging while on has no effect using either 26650 or 26980.
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Does anyone know how the switch led's are supposed to function with the stock driver? I don't see any documentation on this one.

Looks like there are 4 switch led's:

2 blue - on when light is on

1 red - ?

1 green? - ?

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Red and green are probably for charging use.

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That would make sense except the head (with switch led's) needs to be removed in order to reach the charging port.

The battery is housed in its own tube with charging circuit & blue led, separate from the head. See photos from tatasal in post #53

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Hm, that was my best guess…

What about low voltage indicator?

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Thanks CK. I do appreciate the help. Yes, I think you are correct about low voltage indicator. Maybe red = LVI.

Then I wonder what the last switch led is for? No switch led's are on when light is off. But I am not sure what the function is supposed to be. 

 

2 blue - SW locator (on when light output is on)

1 red? - LVI ?

1 green? - ?

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