BLF A6 A17DD Driver... Is there a discount code for em anywhere?

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BLF A6 A17DD Driver... Is there a discount code for em anywhere?

Last one I paid $6.20 from BangGood. Currently $8.99. Is there a discount code available for them?

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The one for $8.99 is the new driver BLF X6/X5 Driver ATTiny25V-Based.

M4D M4X has codes for both the old/new ones.

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Take a look at this thread.

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Astrolux S1 A17DD-L FET+1 2.8-4.35v 7/4 Modes Flashlight Driver

Code : f65358

BLF X6/X5 Driver ATTiny25V-Based and FET+7135 Power Channel Configuratio

Code : bistro

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Too slow. Sick

Click on the link in the doc below or Mad Max won’t get his Cash

The BLF A6 driver is $6.24 and $5 if you use the link provided by M4D M4X

It’s listed here at N° 101, click on the link and use the code.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1QTEUbYgwVKkV0jkmgUPz6eFk0OKo7gaR...

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Andrew2007 wrote:
Too slow. Sick

Click on the link in the doc below or Mad Max won’t get his Cash

The BLF A6 driver is $6.24 and $5 if you use the link provided by M4D M4X

It’s listed here at N° 101, click on the link and use the code.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1QTEUbYgwVKkV0jkmgUPz6eFk0OKo7gaR...

THANK YOU !!

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SIGShooter wrote:
The one for $8.99 is the new driver BLF X6/X5 Driver ATTiny25V-Based.

M4D M4X has codes for both the old/new ones.

Facepalm Thanks for that…how’d I not figure dat???
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Excuse me for barging in, have a question, both of this drivers have “Pin3” on the spring side, what is if for? I am sure it is explained somewhere but for the love of the god I can not find it Sad

 

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If you ground pin 3 it enables mode memory, that’s why it’s near the ground ring so you can just make a solder bridge.

But you can also enable mode memory by just using the on/off switch and setting it up yourself.

http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~toykeeper/flashlight-firmware/trunk/view/he...

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Thanks for the info, thought it is for something that is not achievable via UI (I know about turning on and off mode memory via UI)
I have one of the older A17DD-L FET+1 2.8-4.35v 7/4 Modes drivers in my new build, triple XP-G2 and it spits fire at 7.62A,
I will try to make one with triple XP-G3 today if I find the time and save those XP-G2s they are old stock…
Anyway, piti this driver doesn’t have “turbo only” setting…