Yeah, quite ironic considering the Chinese sell lights with partly ridiculously wrong specs and then they don’t want to believe us when we say the light can actually reach 2500 Lumens… (2500 is the more understated number we’re going for)
Just to make it clear, with 2500 lm to 3000 lm output the light will overheat in about 45 seconds or so, meaning that this will be only some sort of burst mode.
That’s great to hear about the stepdowns and throttling. I probably could have, and should have looked up the Narsil documentation myself.
As to immersion, I’m not counting on it, but if the FW3A is rated for it, I’ll do the same test. My main goal wasn’t actually to test the Prime’s waterproofing (though it did prove to be perfectly waterproof), but to cool it enough for a runtime graph without thermal stepdowns. My fan was insufficient.