[♛ FreemeGB] FireFlies E01 LUMINUS SST40W N5 5700K 2300lm Andúril 27100/18650 EDC Flashlight - [ ACTIVE ]

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Just realized; why no AUX LED’s? This is Fireflies after all, it’s sort of their thing!

I’m still in, but it’d be a whole lot cooler if it had both forward facing AUX and switch LED’s to match the E07!

Will the switch led’s be fully controllable via FW or will it be like their others where 2 are always on and the other 2 controlled via FW? FF if you’re listening make all 4 switch led’s controlled by the FW please!

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Only SST40 with cool white for initial batch.

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This is there first entry model with simpler design... Have to sacrifice some functions in order to cut down the price. 

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Just realized; why no AUX LED's? This is Fireflies after all, it's sort of their thing! I'm still in, but it'd be a whole lot cooler if it had both forward facing AUX and switch LED's to match the E07! Will the switch led's be fully controllable via FW or will it be like their others where 2 are always on and the other 2 controlled via FW? FF if you're listening make all 4 switch led's controlled by the FW please!

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Can you ask that if they make them without any bezel or driver glue? They have a hystory about assembling problems so it is better if it is repairable. And also moddable. Big Smile

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Is the code out for this yet? I did not get a PM.

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I was assuming it had Aux Leds behind the optic… can we order them as extra cost option?

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The mcpcb is only 20mm, with the solder wires and everything, I dont’ think it would be possible to fit aux leds

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SKV89 wrote:
The mcpcb is only 20mm, with the solder wires and everything, I dont’ think it would be possible to fit aux leds

Plenty of room

http://budgetlightforum.com/comment/1453886#comment-1453886

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There is one code available now but is not quite i predicted. If you MUST have the light right now, i can forward to you today.

 

FF direct sale will be available in a couple of days time.

They need to do some accounting work before that. cool

 

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Is the code out for this yet? I did not get a PM.

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I will wait for the direct sale Freeme

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So Fireflies recommends to use
“battery discharge no big than 10A , Or it will cause damage to the emitter”

So using lower rated current batteries to protect the emitter, but wouldn’t this be dangerous for the batteries because it might run at maximum rated continuous current?

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NOT INTERESTED anymore, at least for now, with any FREEME GB’s since 2 other FREEME GB’s were just recently “ENDED” and the entire content of the first long detailed interest OP’s were just completely wiped out! Bad form. Just add “THREAD CLOSED” to the end of the existing subject title and PM the admin to close the thread to new posts.

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AnhTran wrote:
So Fireflies recommends to use
“battery discharge no big than 10A , Or it will cause damage to the emitter”

So using lower rated current batteries to protect the emitter, but wouldn’t this be dangerous for the batteries because it might run at maximum rated continuous current?

No, the higher iR of the cells will prevent them from running at unsafe currents.

Its a legit way to limit a lights potential, lots of us around here do it. I run 35E’s in most of my lights for normal use then stick a 30Q or P26A in it for max output. It’s not like if a light draws 15A on a P26A it will still try to draw that from a 35E, the 35E (a 10A rated cell) will usually do about 7-9A in the same light because of its iR.

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No code yet?

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I like the design and size but I would’ve preferred 3x sst40

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