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Will 18350 d4v2 fit dw4?

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supreme wrote:
Will 18350 d4v2 fit dw4?

Yes, it does fit.

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Hi Hank, some users on Reddit have noticed that the D4V2 dual channel aluminum version is unavailable. Why is that?

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tactical_grizzly wrote:
Hi Hank, some users on Reddit have noticed that the D4V2 dual channel aluminum version is unavailable. Why is that?

Just fixed the issue, please refresh the page.
https://intl-outdoor.com/tint-ramping-instant-channel-swiching-led-flash...

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I noticed the K1 is the only light with option for red osram.
Is there a reason red osram can’t be selected for DS4V2?

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I noticed the K1 is the only light with option for red osram.
Is there a reason red osram can’t be selected for DS4V2?

Hi, you can always request it by sending us email to contact@intl-outdoor.com

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Are there any updates regarding the 519A? I’ve been holding off with my order for them for a while now, wallet is getting itchy Big Smile

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I would pay so much money for a longer but USB charging 18650 tube for the D4V2/ DW4..

And a boost driver in a K9.3…

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Has anyone done measurements of the D4v2 LH351D/W1? I’m interested in runtimes, heat, throw, lumens, etc.

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Hank, can a customer order any led option as a mule, or only those listed that way in the options?

And just my opinion, but I prefer no built in charging in a light, would rather swap batteries than plug it in, and this keeps the unit smaller, simpler, and more reliable.

Thanks for the fantastic lights.

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dmsoule wrote:
Hank, can a customer order any led option as a mule, or only those listed that way in the options?

And just my opinion, but I prefer no built in charging in a light, would rather swap batteries than plug it in, and this keeps the unit smaller, simpler, and more reliable.

Thanks for the fantastic lights.


Bascically, any 3535 footprint LEDs can be made as a mule, including XP-L HI, 219B, SST-20.
There is also the E21A mule version with 16 pcs of LEDs.

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I finally ordred my first Emisar/Noctigon/Hank Light’s.
Two dual channel D4SV2’s
Cant wait!

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That’s a heck of a introductory Hank order! What emitters did you go with? I’ve got one with deep red and W2 blue. Crazy cool light.

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That’s a heck of a introductory Hank order! What emitters did you go with? I’ve got one with deep red and W2 blue. Crazy cool light.

Ha, I actually ordered exactly that!
But soon afte, read some stuff about possible eye damage from the blue light because it’s so close to UV?

I figured I didn’t want to risk it so I emailed and asked to changed the blue to 2700k LH351D.

The second one has 5000k LH351D and W1.

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It’s only just occurred to me now that I didn’t necessarily pay any mind to which channel got which LED.

Does it make a difference?
Especially for the Red LED possibly?

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CRC2 wrote:
It’s only just occurred to me now that I didn’t necessarily pay any mind to which channel got which LED.

Does it make a difference?
Especially for the Red LED possibly?

Nope! It doesn’t matter one bit. Very nice configs! Enjoy!

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Awesome, thank you

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Awesome! I hear you on the blue. I use it sparingly and only blast it outside. when both deep red and blue are on, they make a beautiful pink color.

I also have the blue swirls Ti D4V2 in blue W2….and a C8…I think that’s it for blue emitters.

660nm and 2700k will be a nice mix for sure.

Enjoy!!

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Auxilshunter wrote:
Awesome! I hear you on the blue. I use it sparingly and only blast it outside. when both deep red and blue are on, they make a beautiful pink color.

I also have the blue swirls Ti D4V2 in blue W2….and a C8…I think that’s it for blue emitters.

660nm and 2700k will be a nice mix for sure.

Enjoy!!

Yeah, I was really liking the idea of mixing them and making purple ambient light for my bedside table on candle mode.
Instead, I’ll see what kind of pink I can make with the 660nm and 2700k.
Thanks!

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I just ordered a Dark Grey DW4 with 219BT-V1, R9080 Neutral White, 4500K emitters. I think it will compliment my Hank light collection nicely.

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Auxilshunter wrote:
Awesome! I hear you on the blue. I use it sparingly and only blast it outside. when both deep red and blue are on, they make a beautiful pink color.

I also have the blue swirls Ti D4V2 in blue W2….and a C8…I think that’s it for blue emitters.

660nm and 2700k will be a nice mix for sure.

Enjoy!!

Do you have a picture of the pink beam?

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I just ordered a Dark Grey DW4 with 219BT-V1, R9080 Neutral White, 4500K emitters. I think it will compliment my Hank light collection nicely.

I was thinking about getting that setup but I don’t know.. Regular or copper with SW45.
There’s too much options. I’ve been told that’s it’s better to go with SST-20 because they’re less floody, no extra charge and better CRI.
Is it me or was there a regular D4V2 with illuminated switch? The current listing has the old, black switch.

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I was thinking about getting that setup but I don’t know.. Regular or copper with SW45. There’s too much options. I’ve been told that’s it’s better to go with SST-20 because they’re less floody, no extra charge and better CRI. Is it me or was there a regular D4V2 with illuminated switch? The current listing has the old, black switch.

I believe you can email Hank for the lighted switch. He will give you the secret SKU to enter on the website to pay the extra cost. I already have the SST-20 in 4000k in a DT8, so I wanted something different so I went with the Nichia’s.

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bobvoeh wrote:
Westie wrote:
I was thinking about getting that setup but I don’t know.. Regular or copper with SW45. There’s too much options. I’ve been told that’s it’s better to go with SST-20 because they’re less floody, no extra charge and better CRI. Is it me or was there a regular D4V2 with illuminated switch? The current listing has the old, black switch.

I believe you can email Hank for the lighted switch. He will give you the secret SKU to enter on the website to pay the extra cost. I already have the SST-20 in 4000k in a DT8, so I wanted something different so I went with the Nichia’s.

Yes email him to get a lighted switch. There’s no extra cost though.

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tactical_grizzly wrote:
Yes email him to get a lighted switch. There’s no extra cost though.

Thanks, good to know. That’s what I get for assuming Smile

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And just my opinion, but I prefer no built in charging in a light, would rather swap batteries than plug it in, and this keeps the unit smaller, simpler, and more reliable.

Those are perfectly valid reasons. I’d like to see an extended tube w/ USB charger available in addition to the regular tube so that you still get to choose to go without it- Emisars and Noctigons are all about mixing and matching. Personally I’m a fan of built-in charging since no matter how light you’ve packed, there will probably be a phone charger around wherever you are. I’ll still swap a cell for one of the spares I keep in my backpack most of the times, but there are situations I want to be doubly sure I’ll have at least one operational light.

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In LuxWad’s review of the dm1.12 (https://budgetlightforum.com/node/81698), he noted that the model could benefit from a frosted optic option for the flood channel. I thought there was a floody option for the d18. Aren’t these the same optics? Anyone know for sure?

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m03da wrote:
dmsoule wrote:
And just my opinion, but I prefer no built in charging in a light, would rather swap batteries than plug it in, and this keeps the unit smaller, simpler, and more reliable.

Those are perfectly valid reasons. I’d like to see an extended tube w/ USB charger available in addition to the regular tube so that you still get to choose to go without it- Emisars and Noctigons are all about mixing and matching. Personally I’m a fan of built-in charging since no matter how light you’ve packed, there will probably be a phone charger around wherever you are. I’ll still swap a cell for one of the spares I keep in my backpack most of the times, but there are situations I want to be doubly sure I’ll have at least one operational light.

Better yet, sell a charging adapter that threads on BETWEEN the normal tube and the head. It can have a USB port in the threads like K1, or a rubber flap on the side or whatever. That way the people who want integrated charging can buy it as an add-on, and the people that don’t want it get a smaller light. Like this concept:

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The Charging Adapter is a great idea.

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The thread count on the D4v2 head is simply too small for that.
One more piece causes one more anodizing nuance mismatching, not a good thing at all.

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I’ve thought about that concept but figured I’d prefer less threads to seize, get loose from knocks, leak water in etc.

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