[♛ FreemeGB] ASTROLUX FT03 XHP50.2 (3V) 4300lm 735m 26650/ 21700/ 18650 Flashlight - SHIPPED!

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So how will this differ from the previous ft03?

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Relampago wrote:
So how will this differ from the previous ft03?

Led will be XHP 70.2
Driver has to be different (Voltage is not the same) which probably means different UI.
Maybe OP reflector.

And that’s about it.

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whats the lumen numbers on this ?

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Anyone know why the FT02 is smaller but more expensive than the FT03?
Because of the driver. FT02 uses boost driver which is more expensive. But I think XHP70.2 is too much for this host. Simply not enough mass in the head and no fins just those little ribs on the neck. An L2 head is 90g more weight and it has smaller diameter. With SST40 it has good balance but XHP70.2 is a no go for me in this light. Even a 3V XHP50.2 can make a lot of heat and current.

i agree that XHP50.2 3V is can fit in same driver.

i hope freeme can manage 2 choice
1.xhp50.2 3v on same driver depend not over 35dollar and
2.xhp70.2 with new driver 3X.XX dollar

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Intrested, love the sst40 version

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So, I’m picturing something like a shrunken SP70. Wider hotspot at the cost of some throw? I’d definitely be down with that.

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Much wider hotspot, and way less throw compared to the SST-40 version.

The XHP70.2 has a massive die compared to the SST-40.

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Will this light be also running on NarsilM or anything else ATTiny85 based?

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As far as I know the ATTiny85 based drivers are for 3V emitters only.
So, no.

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Johm wrote:
As far as I know the ATTiny85 based drivers are for 3V emitters only. So, no.

Even more reason to use a 3v xhp50.2!

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ZozzV6 wrote:
AnhTran wrote:
Anyone know why the FT02 is smaller but more expensive than the FT03?
Because of the driver. FT02 uses boost driver which is more expensive. But I think XHP70.2 is too much for this host. Simply not enough mass in the head and no fins just those little ribs on the neck. An L2 head is 90g more weight and it has smaller diameter. With SST40 it has good balance but XHP70.2 is a no go for me in this light. Even a 3V XHP50.2 can make a lot of heat and current.

i agree that XHP50.2 3V is can fit in same driver.

i hope freeme can manage 2 choice
1.xhp50.2 3v on same driver depend not over 35dollar and
2.xhp70.2 with new driver 3X.XX dollar

Im with xhp 50.2 3v.If freeme could make this happen,im in for one.

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Johm wrote:
As far as I know the ATTiny85 based drivers are for 3V emitters only.
So, no.

no, attiny85 has nothing to do with 3v emitter
BLF GT, use narsil FW, using xhp35 and 4s battery

you know there is something called LDO

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Eleziel wrote:
Johm wrote:
As far as I know the ATTiny85 based drivers are for 3V emitters only. So, no.
Even more reason to use a 3v xhp50.2!

 

No, no no -- I have NarsilM running on several 6V LED lights, of course. Even my super S88 clone 16X XHP50 light at 35K lumens runs on NarsilM.

The "LDO" SMD part is the key, used in place of the D1 diode, and we got several BLF designed drivers using it. Also, looks at the Astrolux and Haikelite 6V lights NarsilM runs on, with drivers designed by TA.

I personally have had no problem whatsoever running a FET+1 with a single XHP70.2, but if you take 3 of them in parallel, amps gets way up, and I've gone thru killing several 7135's in those configurations, which is why TA went with a totally different approach with the high amp lights - doesn't use a 7135.

 

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Thank you mrheosuper and Tom.

I stand corrected.

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