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FREEME ✌ LUMINTOP FW4X XP-L HI 219C 3150lm Adjustable Color 18650 Flashlight Group Buy >>> $44.95

 

LUMINTOP FW4X

 

2*XP-L HI + 2*219C 3150lm Adjustable Color 18650 Flashlight Group Buy

 

 

Lumintop FW4X 

 

  

 

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Specification:

LED

2 XPL HI LED and 2 NICHIA 219C LED

Brightness

3LM-3150LM

Light intensity

15625CD

Range

ANSI 250m

Switch

Tail stainless steel electronic switch

Battery

1 18650 lithium-ion battery, without protection, maximum length 66mm

Optical lens

Standard TIP optical lens

Material

Hard coated anodized aluminum

Weight

65g, without battery

Size

92.5*28.7*21.8mm

Waterproof

IPX8

 

Operating instructions:

Gear adjustment (default):

Regular gears: low bright - medium bright - high bright (with gear memory)

Hidden gears: energy-saving gear, very bright gear (without memory)

Click the switch to turn on, click again to change gears, long press 1 second to turn off

Energy-saving gear: long press 1 second to enter the energy-saving gear in the off state, click to enter the regular gear cycle, long press 1 second to shut down.

Extremely bright gear: double-click to enter the extremely bright in the power-on state, click to enter the regular gear cycle, long press 1 second to shut down

power prompt: shutdown state, three consecutive clicks switch into the power prompt: such as 3.8V = the main light flashes 3 times in a row, a small suspension and then flash 8 times in a row, cycle 3 times and then shut down (or you can directly click to shut down)

Locked mode: four consecutive blows in the off state to enter the lock mode, click the switch to open the low light, release both extinguished, four consecutive blows to unlock or power off to unlock.

 

Color temperature adjustment:

Shutdown state double-click to enter the color temperature mode (color temperature adjustment without memory)

Click for five color temperature cycle: 3000K-4000K-4500K-5000K-6500K, double-click the selected color temperature after shutdown

Long press the switch for the color temperature long 3000K-6500K stepless adjustment (not cyclic), let go of the long press again to reverse the stepless adjustment of color temperature, to be adjusted to the desired color temperature after the release to determine, double-click to shut down, if you let go of the click to enter the five-speed color temperature mode.

 

 

Operation Instruction and Mode Group Settings:

ONIOFF: One-click the switch for ON, press, and hold the switch for 1 second to turn OFF.

Group 1: Low 1- Med 1- High 1 (Defaulted)

Group 2:Low 2- Med 2- High 2

Group 3: Med 1- High 1  -Strobe

Group 4: SOS- Breath-Beacon

Group 5: Mode memory and non-memory shifting

 

Package included:

1 x Lumintop FW4X Flashlight  

(Not includes battery and charger)

 

 

 

 

 

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Interested.

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Shared.

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Kind of a bummer… not Anduril.

EDC rotation:
FW1A, LH351D 4000k (second favorite)
FW3A, LH351D 3500k
FW3A, SST20 FD2 4000k
FW3A, Nichia 4000k sw40 r9080 (favorite light!)
FW3A, Cree XP-L Hi 5A3
Emisar D4V2, SST20 4000k
S2+, XM-L2 T6 4C

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It's a simplify version of Anduril. Not much memory work required if you already have experience with Anduril.   

mattlward wrote:
Kind of a bummer... not Anduril.

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Not interested in the light but I’m going to say that using two different LED will make the beam an uneven mess, XP-L HI or 219C, choose one.

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I`ve tested FW4X and Sofirn IF25 with two different LED types and they dont`t make uneven beams… Wink

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Not true.

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... I’m going to say that using two different LED will make the beam an uneven mess...

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Order placed

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freeme wrote:

It’s a simplify version of Anduril. Not much memory work required if you already have experience with Anduril.   

- Does this mean the driver is using a attiny85 chip and can be flashed to Anduril?
- Will there be Ti and Cu versions made?

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freeme wrote:

Not true.


thefreeman wrote:
… I’m going to say that using two different LED will make the beam an uneven mess…

I didn’t notice initially that it uses a frosted lens, so yeah in this case there shouldn’t be any significant issues with the beam.

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But it’s click and hold to turn off. Not for me. I only have one light that does the same and it is always frustrating to remember that. 

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It really would’ve been nice if the color control was made as a menu shunt off of the main Anduril UI menu. Anduril is so rich… and sacrificing that for temperature control is too much of a disappointment. If it doesn’t sell well, maybe Lumintop will reconsider this for a replacement.

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Unfortunately, that is probably one of the reason why it does not appeal to the general public. 

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... Anduril is so rich...

 

It is a good to have feature but it is never a "must have" function when i shop for my flashlight.

xevious wrote:
sacrificing that for temperature control is too much of a disappointment.

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freeme wrote:

Unfortunately, that is probably one of the reason why it does not appeal to the general public. 


xevious wrote:
… Anduril is so rich…

It is a good to have feature but it is never a “must have” function when i shop for my flashlight.


xevious wrote:
sacrificing that for temperature control is too much of a disappointment.

Well, with primary Anduril 2, you get a light in Simple UI mode and the user can simply stay in Simple. It’s actually quite nice. But it would be nice to then add the 2 separate emitter cluster controls as another menu item. And also make that available in Advanced. So if a light is equipped with 3 emitters, it’ll be 2 groups where one has emitters #1 & #2, and second has just emitter #3. And with 4 emitters, two sets of 2 emitters. Doesn’t matter what tint. But if a light is designed with 2 sets of different temperature emitters, they’d be mounted in the predefined groups for independent control.
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pol77 wrote:
freeme wrote:

It’s a simplify version of Anduril. Not much memory work required if you already have experience with Anduril.   

- Does this mean the driver is using a attiny85 chip and can be flashed to Anduril?

Please answer

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FW4X's driver looks different to me.

fw4x

pol77 wrote:
freeme wrote:

It's a simplify version of Anduril. Not much memory work required if you already have experience with Anduril.   

- Does this mean the driver is using a attiny85 chip and can be flashed to Anduril? - Will there be Ti and Cu versions made?

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freeme wrote:

FW4X’s driver looks different to me.

So it would probably need its own version of Anduril, if it can run it. We would need to see the other side of the driver too, to see if it has an ATTiny85 chip or not. Would you be able to show that?

Also, do you know if there are plans for Ti / Cu?

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Would be all over this if high cri through the range. 2700k/ 5000k lh351d or 2000k/ 5000k e21a as examples.

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Interested freeme. Thanks

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Long press for off. Fail.

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Yeah, I take back my earlier comment. Leds can be swapped but this ui and heavy thermal step-down are big issues. A shame, as lumintop finally got 900lm sustained in the fw3x not long ago.

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PyriteParachute wrote:
Yeah, I take back my earlier comment. Leds can be swapped but this ui and heavy thermal step-down are big issues. A shame, as lumintop finally got 900lm sustained in the fw3x not long ago.

Which light is that?

I thought the FW3A could only do around 300 lumen sustained.

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Firelight2 wrote:

I thought the FW3A could only do around 300 lumen sustained.

It can do a lot more than that--I'm thinking at least 900 lumens sustained.

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900 sustained in an ice bath maybe. Take from the review below “Without any cooling or heatsinking (air, hand) the maximum sustained output is below 300 lumens if you want to keep the surface temperature below 50°C.”

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That has not been my experience with the FW3A.

The FW3A can easily sustain 900 lumens without any cooling.

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300lm is rather low even for warm climate countries.

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900 sustained in an ice bath maybe. Take from the review below "Without any cooling or heatsinking (air, hand) the maximum sustained output is below 300 lumens if you want to keep the surface temperature below 50°C." https://budgetlightforum.com/node/65619[/quote]

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raccoon city wrote:

That has not been my experience with the FW3A.


The FW3A can easily sustain 900 lumens without any cooling.

Is that just your impression or have you tested it in an integrating sphere?

My recollection from reading reviews of people who did test their lights for runtime and output was that the FW3A sustains around 300 lumens (and that’s the cool white XPL HI version) and the Emisar D4 (also XPL HI version) only sustains around 500 lumens.

Sustaining high output is actually quite difficult for small single cell lights. Even a Zebralight SC700, which uses a 21700 cell and is much larger than an FW3A with vastly superior heatsinking and an XHP 70.2 led barely manages to sustain 1000 lumens.

I own several FW3As and I think the estimate of around 300 lumens sustained is about right. These are tiny pocket rockets with no real heatsinking. It’s not surprising they dim fast. My Zebralight SC64w and SC64w HI stabilize at a much higher output than an FW3A… not suprising considering how good Zebralight’s heatsinking is (unibody construction with lots of heat sink fins).

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Firelight2 wrote:

Is that just your impression or have you tested it in an integrating sphere?

I do not have an integrating sphere, but I know what approximately 900 lumens looks like.  :BEER:

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