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  • posted byahorton on 09/18/2008

    Nice and tiny. Very cheap. I wired it up and got light, it seemed to be running about 700mA off a 3.7V cell. Very quick and simple. Mine never worked the way I thought it would. I couldn't switch modes so I inspected the board and noticed that one component had detached at one end and a few legs... Read more

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  • posted byneilf1999 on 06/02/2008

    At 17mm wide it will fit most applications. The wide voltage range allows you to try different battery types to get the best combination. Returns to HIGH mode after it is off for about 5 seconds. I prefer this method of controlling the modes rather than the remain-at-last-mode-used that some It 2... Read more

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  • posted bylaser123 on 01/29/2008

    Good little driver, will go fit right in into many flaslights, the modes are nice with high..low...slowstrobe..faststrobe...and flash every 10 sec. If you keep it off for more than 3 seconds it will go back to high mode which is good since that is the most used one. Wires pre soldered on so no to... Read more

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  • posted byeddielee70 on 01/23/2008

    5 mode small driver. not the 1000ma only about 700ma SOS mode doesn't work no matter what the input. if you want 4 mode, then this would work as two mode of flash will let poeple now you are there.

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  • posted byxSmurf on 12/17/2007

    Very small, simple to use. Not a big fan of "flicking the battery power", but I use these with an external microcontroller so it's not an issue for me. Doesn't achieve full 1A (800mA seems to be the max). No schematic available. I wished they made a more powerful version that could a in... Read more

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  • posted byDarmach on 11/17/2007

    Cheap. Works. Nice modes. Without last-used-mode memory (but what to expect for 3$ more? :) !!! Not really a 1000mA in high mode !!! In high mode, when powered by Li-Pol, and Li-ion 7,4V-8,4V cells max output only 800 mA - i expected 1000mA as in description Nice for the price, but description is... Read more

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  • posted byrizki_p on 11/13/2007

    Cable is soldered to the board. Ready to be used on a flashlight. A little thick but still fits in most flashlights. i am not sure having 2 boards sandwidch like this will reduce is strength on impact or not.

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