The stock driver. Not that Ill be using that..
I used a "22 awg driver" (aka direct drive) to power an MT-G2. :p Combined with Soshine 26650 (protected cell) , and a fairly thick high current spring on the driver side. I did not copper braid anything for the testing or upgrade anything on the tail.
Saw 5,5A to the emitter at startup, but declining very quickly down to 4,5A.. Then, nothing.. Switch felt funny..
The switch is "C8 style". I then replaced it with a C8 style switch from FT.
Yay.. Emitter current was 5,7A at startup and increased (huh?) to about 5,93A where it seemed to stabilize in my fairly short test. Heat transfer to the body seemed good. Put the light together, beam seemed to be nice based on first impression indoors.. After less than 1 minute of indoor testing...
...another switch(/spring) bites the dust..
Guess ill need to make room for a larger and better switch, or does anyone know of a C8 switch made for high current?
Made room for the switch with a dremel. Omten switch, not 100% sure which one. I bought a bunch of switches from FT several months ago. I believe this is the same as being sold in 5-pack from intl-outdoor.
Light seems to work fine now.... :)
Ill test with some "high output" batteries tomorrow..