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C3 with MT G2

Hi

Think at the moment the smallest Flashlight with MT G2

2 14250 battery
3 A Nanjg with Zenermod

1420 Lumen at start Evil

rapidly decreasing LoL

It was an old flashlight,to neat to throw away…

Greets Xandre

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Nice mod. A total flooder one would think. Just don't accidentally turn it on in your pocket.Laughing

 

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turned on in your pocket, it is sure to keep the boys warm on a cold night

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If you’re near the Kaiserslautern area, maybe a bunch of us could meet up someday!

That has to be crazy bright for the size.

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Nice! Cool

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It is a real funny light.

You see the Output and can not believe it.

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Hope you can get more of those cells and have some spare pockets. Silly

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Hy,

last weekend, we did some beamshots in cologne and this little light got a neat GITD application :bigsmile:

Greetings

Kenjii

C3 MT-G2

Fenix TK35UE

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Nice mod!

(Hmm, I have one MT-G2 leftover, let's see if I can beat that size Undecided)

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djozz wrote:

Nice mod!

(Hmm, I have one MT-G2 leftover, let’s see if I can beat that size Undecided)

a Trustfire Mini-01 MT-G2. :bigsmile:

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DBSAR wrote:
djozz wrote:

Nice mod!

(Hmm, I have one MT-G2 leftover, let's see if I can beat that size Undecided)

a Trustfire Mini-01 MT-G2. :bigsmile:

The led does need 2 batteries in series though, with a boost driver there's not much current leftover. I was thinking 2x10180 in series with a 10mm zener-modded FET-driver Laughing . Hmm, that is quite a project actually, no promises here...

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today I received my order ( 501b Cree XP-L V5 led flashligt ) which order from lightmalls.
http://www.lightmalls.com/ultrafire-wf-501b-smo-3-7-4-2v-cree-xp-l-v5-1a...

I can’t wait to test it and watch how powerful it is compare with Cree l2 ,U3 led ect .
Is anyone who has do some test about this led ?

I am here all the time~

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djozz wrote:

DBSAR wrote:
djozz wrote:

Nice mod!

(Hmm, I have one MT-G2 leftover, let’s see if I can beat that size Undecided)

a Trustfire Mini-01 MT-G2. :bigsmile:

The led does need 2 batteries in series though, with a boost driver there’s not much current leftover. I was thinking 2×10180 in series with a 10mm zener-modded FET-driver Laughing . Hmm, that is quite a project actually, no promises here…

That could work.
Like any light of this size crammed with a MT-G2 and two tiny cells its more for the short term wow-moment than any other real use as run time is likely to be mere seconds or just minutes.

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DBSAR wrote:
djozz wrote:

DBSAR wrote:
djozz wrote:

Nice mod!

(Hmm, I have one MT-G2 leftover, let's see if I can beat that size Undecided)

a Trustfire Mini-01 MT-G2. :bigsmile:

The led does need 2 batteries in series though, with a boost driver there's not much current leftover. I was thinking 2x10180 in series with a 10mm zener-modded FET-driver Laughing . Hmm, that is quite a project actually, no promises here...

That could work. Like any light of this size crammed with a MT-G2 and two tiny cells its more for the short term wow-moment than any other real use as run time is likely to be mere seconds or just minutes.

That is where the driver comes in, with a 2% low setting the runtime is acceptable and the output is back to meh Smile

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Thank you Kenjii for the beamshoots and Glowy Smile

at Zeng@LM What are you posting ?

Spamfuzzi or what ?