parasitic drain convoy lit switch, did anyone mesure it?

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parasitic drain convoy lit switch, did anyone mesure it?

I'm planing to buy two Convoy M21B GT-FC40 4000-4500K (I understand that all tint have high CRI).
And I'm wondering if to buy the lit switch to it, mainly by how high is the parasitic drain is. Did anyone mesure it? 
I will use two of them on bike in the wild, for city I have two lumintop B01, and mactronic scream superior, so don't worry. 

Ps. Is the metal lit switch worth it, or to just go with the translucent/white lit switch?

https://aliexpress.com/item/1005003457987060.html   <- translucent/white lit switch
https://aliexpress.com/item/1005002389032527.html  < - metal lit switch

Pps. It is compatible with Convoy M21B GT-FC40 12 Group, right?

Edited by: kokosnh on 11/20/2021 - 18:50
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The last blue lighted switch that I installed in a flashlight from the Convoy flashlight Store draws 0.17 milliamps at 4.1 volts. Blue LEDs are pretty efficient.

I’d rather use my flashlight around the house than turn on the lights.

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any info on the orange one? 

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NeutralFan wrote:
The last blue lighted switch that I installed in a flashlight from the Convoy flashlight Store draws 0.17 milliamps at 4.1 volts. Blue LEDs are pretty efficient.

Can you share how your measurement setup is done? Maybe a simple picture would help, I’ll try to measure mine.