*** NEW *** Haikelite MT40 *** Update *** 2019-06-19

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*** NEW *** Haikelite MT40 *** Update *** 2019-06-19

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ACTIVE GROUPBUY MT40: http://budgetlightforum.com/node/67654
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2019-06-19: M4DM4X arranged a groupbuy here: http://budgetlightforum.com/node/67654
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Another new Haikelite light. 4 x SST40, 4 × 18650, 8000 lumens, MSRP $69






Haikelite New MT40
Product characteristics:
The flashlight uses the highest grade Luminus SST-40-10W beads with a maximum brightness of 8000 lumens and a maximum range of 850 meters.
IPX8 waterproof. Super heat dissipation design, flashlight heating fast, cautious use, carefully ironing hands.
Four 18650 pointed or semi-pointed batteries are used to ensure the consistency of battery voltage.
(Note: If you insist on using flat-end batteries, you need to buckle down the anti-backlash patches at the cylinder body and tail to prevent the anti-backlash batteries from being released by yourself.)
High efficiency constant current circuit, constant brightness.
Luminance gear and endurance:

Low brightness: 200 lumen 30 hours
Mid-bright gear 1:1300 lumen 12 hours
Mid-bright gear 2: 2800 lumen 300 minutes
High brightness: 4500 lumen 180 minutes
Double-click Ultra-bright: 8000 lumen 140 minutes
Double-click on Ultra-bright Gear again: Flash
Hidden Bright Mode: 2 lumens (turn off, press switch for 2 seconds)

Temperature control defaults to 55 degrees Celsius. When the temperature of the flashlight reaches 55 degrees Celsius, it will automatically slow down to the middle brightness level. When the temperature is below 40 degrees Celsius, it will automatically slow up to the high brightness level.

Operating interface:

Click the button to boot; click Close.
Low-Medium Bright 1-Medium Bright 2-High Bright-Double Click Ultra Bright (Changing Gear by Long Press Switch,
Gear memory function, flashlight memory last closed gear)
Double-click on any gear can quickly enter the ultra-bright gear (click the gear before reply);
Ultra-bright gear, double-click again to enter explosive mode
In turn-off state, press the switch for 2 seconds to enter the light moonlight mode. In moonlight mode,
Flashlight locking: Quick double-click switch do not let go, can lock the flashlight, to prevent the flashlight discharge knapsack from opening by mistake.
It can also spin a little head power off protection.

Switch indicator:

100%~50% power: Blue light is always on
50%~9% power: blue light flickers, frequency flickers twice every 10 seconds
Less than 9% electricity: red light flashes. At the same time flashlight flash prompt, and automatically enter the ultra-low bright gear

https://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/Haikelite-New-SST40-LED-MT40-Flashlight-8000LM-Four-lamp-flashlight-8000-lumens/4692069_33040268524.html?spm=2114.12010612.8148356.1.514233f61CNcLT

(sb56637 fixed the link)

Edited by: hIKARInoob on 06/19/2019 - 18:24
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nice design, reminds me a bit of the older SRKs

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Interesting but the link doesn’t work and I can’t find anything on AE if I try the search. How many emitters does it have? 4?

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I like it but I am leery of the new Haikelite’s. Had an SC04 that I bought during a GB that was DOA. It would definitely be dependent on price. Looks like 5 or 6 emitters based on the reflector (What you can see). Hopefully this is the 5000K version.

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Yeah.

I really hope this uses a real quad MCPCB.

And the design looks really… generic for some reason.

My very own high current Beryllium Copper springs Gen 3:
http://budgetlightforum.com/node/67401
Liitokala Aliexpress Stores Battery Fraud: http://budgetlightforum.com/node/60547

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Proprietary chargers are a no-go for me. Same for barrel connectors that aren't technically proprietary, but that I'd have to match voltage and current and connector size/polarity etc.

 

Edit: working link 4 emitters and $69

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If I didn’t have more Q8s/DC7s than I know what to do with, I’d definitely be in for one.

I’m a little leery, though, about ironing my hands from the heat. That sounds a trifle painful.

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Interesting, but i hate adapter charger, they can use USB port instead

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What the hell are they thinking using a proprietary charger!!? This would have been a winner if it used usb charging instead

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SKV89 wrote:
What the hell are they thinking using a proprietary charger!!? This would have been a winner if it used usb charging instead

Umm, that’s a pretty big-ass charger. So imagine charging all those cells inside in 2hrs vs 12hrs or more.

I’m actually okay with it as-is, as long as it’s not some proprietary-size barrel connector.

Whups, I take that back. Pic of the charger shows it’s 2A only, so 12AH (say, 4 30Qs) would take ~6hrs from dead to topped.

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wall charger seems weird.. usually its for lights that running 8 × 18650 or something like the bigger search lights olight,acebeam etc has.. 70$ doesnt seem that bad, it can be a hit or miss when it comes to them.

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Should have been USB PD.

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Others: Nitecore EC23 | Nebo Twyst | Streamlight ProTac 1AA | TerraLux LightStar 100

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mortuus wrote:
wall charger seems weird..

Just to clarify, that’s an actual charger, not power-brick. Ie, the charging circuitry is built into the brick. CC is limited to 2A, CV to 4.2V.

The NexTorch nylon-body 18650 light with charger has this (the 2×CR123A doesn’t). Just a plastic shell to hold the cell, NO electronix inside, just a connector for the wall-wart to supply the CC/CV friendliness to not make the cell go boom.

Only thing I’d be afraid of is if the (necessarily) direct connection to the cells from the socket would be exposed to, say, salt-water, metal shavings, etc. That would Truly Suck™.

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So the switch light is turned on in standby mode correct? And does it ramp all the way to the brightest mode?

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What type of driver does the MT40 use?

I know it says it’s a constant current driver, but is it linear? Buck? Boost? Buck-boost?