Oh I got one. Who makes a flat-top adapter for the sofirn sp36/q8’s like the ones convoy uses? I know somebody must make them. Its just a plastic disk and some brass buttons. I assume sofirn doesn’t make one because of something to do with the onboard charging? Just a guess. But I never use that. Somebody makes an adapter right?
I missed his review of that light…thanks for sharing that tidbit and good to know about the small drain. I hadn’t even thought to check for that on this light, assuming the tail switch was “normal.” I’d be interested in knowing more about how this circuit is laid out. Maybe Sammy or thefreeman will happen by here and explain. I was a little surprised when the light turned off as the cable was connected…clearly not the typical charging circuit.
What is this clip called and where can I purchase a new one at?
Have a look here. If you find it, it might be available on amazon or ebay for cheaper, or with free shipping or something. Streamlight branded clips sorted by price.
I plan to buy a 80 cri bulb, but I couldn’t find if r values are actually good or not. Link: E27 A60 LED Filament Rustic Lamp 7W 630lm 2000K Gold - Pack of 10
Do you think this is a good bulb? I know some bulbs show 80cri value but have 90+ cri values, is this bulb one of them? If not I will not buy.
For LH351D is there an app to check if you I got a good or bad pin? I saw many comments about how some leds could have better leds, is there a way to check it?
You can get an Opple Light Master.
Thats a little sensor connected with Bluetooth to your phone.
There is a BLF Thread and stuff on YT
There are a few threads about measuring CCT or CRI, where the Opple Light Master got mentioned. But I love to just dedicate a thread to it, because it’s quite a nice measuring device for people on a budget, and it deserves it. Ok, what does it do: It measures Lux It measures CCT (light color temperature) It measures CRI And it's about USD 50 / Euro 40 Edit: I know it’s probably nothing like a real spectrometer/spectrophotometer. But it might be enough for most people wanting to measure an …
Anybody have an idea between the output of a Cree xpl versus a Nichia 219c.
Not sure which xpl he’s talking about. But just a general idea. This is for the Lumintop tool that Illumn has on its website.
I’m looking for a list of honest, hardworking politicians. Can anyone help?
And just when I thought this was a “There are no stupid questions” thread….
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Ha I’ve been racking my brain for weeks trying to think of something to post here
I was looking at getting a spare Apple Lightning USB cable recently, but noticed the pins looked different on the one I was going to get. There’s 6 pins (or “contact pads”) on it, with one apparently “skipped.” This is in contrast to the one I have that has 8 pins.
So does anyone know if Apple changed the Lightning specification for the iPhone 12 and know if that version of the cable is compatible with older iPhones and iPod Touch? Thanks!
Between Convoy M21B and Fireflies P03, which one would you get for 2700K Dedomed? One is tiny other has better runtime. Is there any difference apart from that?
Does the tailcap on an Acebeam Pokelit unscrew?
If I wanted to use an optic in front of a mule flashlight to give it a bit of throw (nothing significant like a reflector or TIR), what would be useful? Would a thicker lens (aspherical) give the most throw, or would it create a donut? Is it preferable to have a double-convex lens? My plan would be to seat it in a plastic collar that I could place over the head of the flashlight for occasionally narrowing the spill a bit.
The first flashlight mod I did was to put an aspherical lens in a Zebralight H502 : How to get a more focused beam out of my Zebralight H502c. - #10 by thefreeman
And yes the difference is pretty significant.
Probably not, in a review someone said that “it’s glued on”… !?
Looks nice! The original H503 is almost like a mule… which has its uses, but the aspherical lens gives it better use as a task light. I’m ordering a bunch of different lenses off AE, since they’re not terribly expensive (a mix of some in glass, others in acrylic).
What component is used for driving the LED in the lights with dimming capabilities?
The tailcap on the Acebeam Pokelit AA is definitely not removeable.
Tks for your answer.