Some pics of the Astrolux EC06, side-by-side comparison with some other flashlights:
(from left to right:)
Haikelite HK04 - Sofirn Q8 Pro - Sofirn Q8 Pro - Astrolux EC06 - Convoy 3X21A - Convoy 4X18A
top row: 3X21A (SFT40) - EC06 - HK04
bottom row: 4X18A (SBT90.2) - Q8 Pro (OP) - Q8 Pro (SMO)
Astrolux EC06 LED
Astrolux EC06 battery board, appears to have spring bypass wires pre-installed
Astrolux EC06 driver board
(is this called a FET +3 design? the regulated brightness level (on first battery insert) appears to be around 400 lumens level so probably 7135x3 or around 1 Amp )
USB-C charging appears to charge at 5v (up to around 3A max), and the powerbank function is also likewise.
Protocol detection with a USB meter indicates it uses DCP/5v protocol (no QuickCharge2/3 or PD) although C-to-C cable is supported.
Astrolux EC06 beamshot test
(opposite building is around 150 meter or 400 feet away from the flashlight)
Given the strong resemblance to the Sofirn Q8 Pro, my guess is that the EC06 is another Sofirn-manufactured flashlight (as is the EC01 and EC03).
It uses the same Anduril version as the newer batch of Q8 Pro (Anduril 2, firmware version 2021-06-06 model '611')
(this firmware seems to be a Sofirn specific firmware, since it's not listed in Toykeeper's Anduril repository.
Also, the triple-click from Off (when set to Advanced mode) has the sequence: Batt-check - Temp-check - Beacon - SOS
The button switch light also functions similar to the BLF LT1v2.0 (A2 board):
- blinking blue while charging / steady blue finish charging
- steady orange when in powerbank mode
- green light: (Anduril state: Off/Low/High/Blinking)