- No annoying flash-mode when switching between modes.
- With long press, while light on, it is possible to adjust brightness of each mode from 10%-20%-30%....100%
- Decent price - Consumes 15mA while switched off.
- No overheat protection Tested with different amount of LEDs on series. Input 8,4VDC:... Read more
It has four modes that can be set in ten different brightness levels and a hidden flashing mode. The light fades from one mode to another. No instructions provided It would be useful to know all of it's capabilities. I learned about the driver possibilities in the forum http://club.dx.com/forums/forums.... Read more
Driver board is suited to work with 4,5,6 XML's connected in series with output on high about 1~1.2A. It has three modes on cycle press and hidden flash. You can set any of three modes choosing from 10 levels of brightness. It has low voltage warning turning red status on. Then turned off eats about ... Read more
With 6 LEDs; low=0.20A, med=1.33A, hi=3.0A
With 5 LEDs; low=0.34A, med=1.25A, hi=2.32A
With 4 LEDs; low=0.47A, med=1.18A, hi=1.71A Values measured between PSU and board. Power supply provided 8.4VDC. All LED's on series With 7 LEDs; low=0.06A, med=0.28A, hi=0.64A
Values measured between PSU and board.... Read more
6A Theoretical Output
RGB LED Indicators
Decent Price The large aluminum electrolytic capacitor overheats
Part numbers scratched off major components The switch placement is odd. The driver would have to go in the tailcap to use the switch as-is and wires run to the LEDs at the front. It's probably better ... Read more
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