Perfect driver with adjustable modes and 1V-4.2V Input voltage?

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vex_zg
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Perfect driver with adjustable modes and 1V-4.2V Input voltage?

Similar to what can be found in lumintop SD10, but with reverse polarity protection and adjustable modes, down to firefly mode.

Is there such a thing?

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I think that there is a very good chance that the SD10 actually uses two different drivers in one. A boost driver for the 1xD, and a buck/boost or linear driver for the 3xAA or 1xLi-Ion.

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I wish.  I'd like to build some AA flashlights, but I don't know of any drivers worth using.  AA & 14500 flexibility would be even better.

The low mode should be lower.

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Hi Matt. When do you think you will have this driver ready for production?

 

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MRsDNF wrote:

Hi Matt. When do you think you will have this driver ready for production?

I need to buy my McCLaren P1 first, but after that I promise.