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(Recommended) on COURUI D01 flashlight upgrade revision
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About COURUI D01 flashlight I believe we have learned about it.

I contacted the manufacturer and wanted to upgrade the COURUI D01 LED flashlight

I hope you in the new D01 flashlight above some suggestions, thank you. Thumbs Up

Please forgive me about grammar errors or misspelling since english is not my native language.

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An AR coated lens would be a good start. There’s nothing like looking at the led on a modded Courui through a “milky white” lens Facepalm

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I would recommend the manufacturer, thank you

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CREE XHP35 HI NW LED
Boost driver (1.5-1.8A on the LED)
Copper pill. Or to make a head absolutely without a pill. So that the star lay right on the thick partition.
DTP Base (star)

The reflector should be of such a form that the base does not short-circuit the contacts on the star.
The original was not very well focused. The spacer washer had to be sewn as much as possible.

http://forum.fonarevka.ru/showpost.php?p=875211&postcount=250

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Square thread-anodized, option to longer battery body+3S battery carrier. Thicker Aluminium pill with 32mm copper DTP. Water proof side switch button. Driver to add brass ring for durable contact wear and tear. Driver chamber change to thinner wall but with fins to cool down faster.

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  • Threaded driver retainer, or driver retained by screws.
  • Revised reflector base to prevent shorting of LED wires on underside.
  • Better quality threading at battery tube/head joint.
  • Better quality machine work inside battery tube (sharp burrs cutting battery wrap).
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Must have:
1. Real current regulated driver with good modes spacing (i.e. Moonlight, Low, Mid, High) without the visible PWM pattern;
2. 32mm copper DTP board for XHP-35 HI / XP-L HI emitter;
3. Make the LED pill thicker to allow the LED sits further into the reflector;
4. Modify the reflector base to avoid shorting the electrical contacts (as already mentioned above).
5. Convert the batter tube into 3S batteries configuration (instead of the current 3P), so that it can easily run with XHP-35 HI, or run with an XP-L HI with a buck driver.

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Thanks Serp’s advice, I will give feedback to the manufacturer.

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Thanks bibihang advice, I will give feedback to the manufacturer.

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Thanks FmC advice, I will give feedback to the manufacturer.

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Thanks wkhchin81 advice, I will give feedback to the manufacturer.

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