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  • posted bygolob on 05/14/2015

    Pros: Amazing driver for flashlight and headlamps. Cons: In low and medium setting there is quite noticeable noise coming out of the driver. It is possible to select different modes: Low > High, Low> Medium> High, Low> High> Strobe. I use it in Low> Medium> High by soldering solder bridge from to... Read more

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  • posted bypoffsoft on 08/07/2013

    Small, thin, compact, miniscule, tiny.Good, useable settings. Easy to use and has great price. nothing. When my batteries started running low, can see nothing on it. But when the last few percent reached, the selection of modes resetting to the soldered first (but at last, it isn't problem, just... Read more

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  • posted byScherbakovSB on 05/12/2013

    - it is very cheap; - it is very small; - it has 5 modes; I use it to upgrade my flashlight without Circuit Board. The main thing is that you can choose one of 5 modes by making electrical jumper on it. cables are not connected, so it is difficult to solder it itself. It has so small contacts but... Read more

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  • posted byemenshoff on 01/25/2013

    Good price. Excellent schematics. High components and soldering quality. This driver had been installed in my UF2100 flashlight with XML-T6 LED (as a replacement of the original UF2000 driver). I really like it! Better choice for small-size flashlight with XML. It keeps exceptional brightness in... Read more

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  • posted byAlex302 on 01/15/2013

    Not high price. Compact design. Not high price. Compact design. Memory of last used mode. No instructions for soldering. I do not know, can I disable useless for me SOS and strobe modes? High-frequency noise (maybe it can removed with filling elements by epoxy or other viscous dielectric Popular... Read more

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  • posted byctraney on 12/30/2012

    So far this is my favorite driver. I used it for the DIY Aurora C6 kit and it worked well! I like the fact that you can choose which modes you want to use, avoiding those annoying strobe/SOS modes. Great driver and easy to use! None that I can think of. It would have been nice to include on the I... Read more

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  • posted byVShura on 12/27/2012

    - quality excellent - as usual to NANJG - good spaces in modes - memory function - good assets of modes - high PWM frequency (some cheap drivers are terrible in that) - high efficiancy - You need some soldering skill to solder such small things :) - will be good, if this driver will be not only a... Read more

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  • posted bybekman on 11/17/2012

    Has 5 modes You can remove some modes if you don't need them Modes memory None so far First of all - mine came a bit bigger than the original one in a flashlight, had to modify it a bit. I'm very happy with the circuitry that allows to remove some modes I don't use anyway (strobe and S-O-S mode).... Read more

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  • posted byLeutin on 11/15/2012

    Very good quality, easy of usage, customizable with stars. None! I bought this item for http://dx.com/p/trustfire-tr-801-cree-q5-wc-5-mode-memory-230-lumen-led-flashlight-1-18650-15335, because by TR-801's driver was faulty. This one have better build quality and is customisable with stars. I use... Read more

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  • posted bysk0010 on 11/14/2012

    Made very accurately. Works well. Has the modes I really need (mode sets can be switched by soldering the correspondent stars to the ground conductor). No manual or diagram included and therefore it may be hard to find the right pads on the driver board where to solder the wires to. Included to a... Read more

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