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  • posted byHappyguy on 08/16/2014

    Many pros. Wide Voltage input, robust and strong, survives shortages and other accidents in many cases, can be customized, any many more! I alreaqdy bought many of these and will continue. Price still a bit high as there are cheaper offers around.

    Impression:Love these drivers!;

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  • posted byfranck30 on 08/15/2014

    Pros : Cheap, quality AX2002 led driver, easily modable to get 2A led current . Perfect for 2-3-4-5 li-ion cells. Cons : not really a cons but you need to heatsink the driver if you wants 1A+ led current. The inductor is too small so you may have to upgrade it.

    Impression:Good product;

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  • posted bylupoalba on 08/06/2014

    + piccolissimi e economici ma ben fatti - connessioni di uscita troppo sottili per le correnti in gioco ma con un saldatore si cambiano in 5 minuti; scaldano, ma piu per il fatto che sono talmente piccoli da non avere superficie da usare come dissipatore, dissipano circa 1W (Pin-Pout) pilotando... Read more

    Impression:Piccolissimi e funzionali;

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  • posted byekman88 on 06/30/2014

    Very reliable driver, i have been using a few of these at 800-900mA and they have never failed. It is a simple and convenient way to power medium power leds. The wires are a bit thin, short and poorly soldered to the PCB. Replacing the wires was a bit complicated due to their awkward position in... Read more

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  • posted bymiabuela on 09/05/2013

    It is a very good controller. small easy to install and very effective for middle LEDs power flashlights. works well to 800mA. Regulator lanterns perfect for medium power LEDs you feed up 1000mah if you do not need low power mode. cables welds are not very good, as the cables may be too short. up... Read more

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  • posted byCubytus on 07/26/2013

    Cheap and compact regulator, able to drive any kind of LED requiring 1.25A. Voltage is maximum available, but since LEDs are primarily current-driven, if you solder it first to the LED before powering it, it won't fry it. Useful when one wants to connect many LEDs in series. Small enough it will... Read more

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  • posted byonesixteen on 06/27/2013

    Runs very well, the device is very small for its power. It doesn't need heat sinking and that's a plus. When I got it in the mail it was poorly packaged, the driver was with a C6 flashlight but was just freely moving around in the yellow envelope. because of the poor packaging the copper wrapped... Read more

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  • posted byJosh101 on 03/12/2013

    Small package and reasonable output. Used this in a custom flashlight build and worked fine. if your driving more than one led in series then the input voltage will need to be greater, max is 18v The output was not 1.25A when driving one led at 4.5v so to get the rated 1.25A current supply a is a... Read more

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  • posted byroyfellows on 02/23/2013

    Can be used to drive several emitters in series and gives best efficiency when the LED Vf is closely matched to the input voltage. Current output can be vared by changing the loop back resistor. As they come they give 1.2 amps with an R2. Fit an R12 to up the ouitput to about 1.8 amps, or an R27... Read more

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  • posted byphysicka on 01/09/2013

    -Constant current is better than constant voltage for sensitive components. -Current didn't fluctuate much during a 5 minute run test. -Useful even for non-flashlight purposes -Wires are thin but functional, swap them if it concerns you. -Use a suitable input voltage for the Vf of your component... Read more

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