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easy use high current tiny many kind of strobo nice mode
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  • posted byincredibilehulk on 08/27/2015

    Pros: Purchased to restore a ultrafire with ssc p7. Work well. Good in my case because every time you turn you have the low mode and immediately after the high. Oltgre a whole series of strobe at various frequencies and sos mode. Cons: None The current measured at the terminals is: 2.03 A @ 4:15... Read more

    Impression: easy use,nice mode,many kind of strobo;

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  • posted byrndh0a48flltn on 08/17/2015

    nvolvement:Expert (understands the inner workings) - Ownership:more than 1 month Pros: Powerful driver, Good selection of modes. Cons: No mode memory. non logical mode order. not very efficient OtherThoughts: I have installed this in to a custom built torch. The torch setup has a xml-U2 led by an... Read more

    Impression: tiny,high current, easy use;

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  • posted bysubgunfun on 01/20/2013

    what a great driver board. my regional driver burned up when I used the wrong batteries. that was a big mistake in the flashlight was useless with only a single low mode. I was able to change out the drivers and this driver works supper and I could get a solid 2 amps on high output. my light are... Read more

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  • posted byKronai on 04/24/2012

    *drives well my XM-L T60 LED with one 18650 battery. It's very bright at 100% mode , same as my old (broken)driver *looks well made *plates very easy to solder * modes exactly work ~35%on - 100%on - strobo - ~10%on-strobo-strobo-strobo *no mode memory (no need to remember which mode last used) of... Read more

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  • posted byplasmalights on 03/04/2012

    Powerful driver, Good selection of modes. No mode memory. non logical mode order. not very efficient I have installed this in to a custom built torch. The torch setup has a xml-U2 led driven by this driver and fed from an ultrafire red 2600mah 18650. All test results taken in high mode. Testing a... Read more

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  • posted byumutkose on 02/10/2012

    very good constructed. very small, output max is about 2600ma (with 4 parallel 18650 battery) there is no OFF mode. need another switch to turn it off. cables need to replace to carry 2600ma. they're too thin. but its not easy to solder thick cables. Its getting too hot on full power mode. need a... Read more

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