Found this but it’s only 2.8 amps, anyone make a one mode driver putting out 3.5 to 4 amps? Driver size as in diameter size is unimportant.
Input needs to be one lithium ion, 4.2 volts.
You can stack the 7135 to increase power, better have a VERY good single 18650 Li Ion, 5 amps continuous will stress the heck out of anything but good batteries
Don't see any 3.5-5
These run at 3000
Thanks but not 5 amps, 3.5 to 4 amps. Know about stacking drivers but I suck at soldering.
Find someone who doesn’t suck at soldering
Use stock driver as contact board and make it into direct drive. Use crappy thin wires and bad spring to limit the current going to the LED.
Here's what I would do: Take a normal 105C driver, add 3 7135s (should get you to around 3.6-3.7A). To make it a single mode you have a couple of options: 1. Remove the MCU and just short VCC to PB1 (this is what has been done in the IOS single mode driver you linked to.) 2. Program the MCU for a single mode, this way you can keep low voltage monitoring if needed/wanted.
Go with RMM
If you don’t need the low voltage monitoring and space not an issue you can also just slave the output of 2 single mode drivers. A 1A and a 2.8A but adding 2-3 chips to 2.8-3A driver is smaller.