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Old 10-03-2012, 05:46 AM #1
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Default Not FS: UltraFire TF-T50 Momentary Blue 1350mW

UltraFire TF-T50 Momentary Blue 1350mW



This is a unique build. At ~$45, the TF-T50 is not a cheap host to build with. But it has a feature that I *love* - it uses a momentary clicky positioned at the front of the build! There's nothing better than the tactile feel of a forward-positioned momentary on/off. Of course, it makes taking a beamshot somewhat challenging!



This guy runs on 2x 16340 or 18350 cells, and includes a glass 3-element lens, as wells as a beautiful custom focus adapter (truly a unique one too, not just a disk, but a multi-level piece of polished aluminum beauty). The build has a magnetic tail, which can be convenient for storage. It LPMs at 1350mW on the LaserBee. It also peaks at over 1700mW on the Ophir during the first 10 seconds of use.

Price is $165 + shipping.
Price is $135 + shipping.

You MUST own laser protection goggles appropriate for this wavelength, and
You MUST be over 20 years of age, and
You MUST be familiar and experienced with the appropriate safety precautions to take with lasers of this power.
You MUST NOT be a resident of Canada

This is not a laser pointing device. At all times, protective laser safety glasses appropriate for this wavelength must be worn by the operator. This laser should not be used around 3rd parties (non-operators) pets, or for any recreational purpose.
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Default Re: FS: UltraFire TF-T50 Momentary Blue 1350mW

No interest so far, so we'll drop the price on this guy to $135 + shipping, OBO

After the Paypal fees that come off my end, I'll have $130, which is actually about $5 less that the cost of the parts.

(rough estimates, I may have paid less for some of this stuff)
- $45 for the Host
- $45 for the Diode
- $15 for the Heatsink
- $10 for the Driver
- $10 for the Focus Adapter
- $8 for the Lens
- $2 for the Module

= $135 Parts
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Default Re: FS: UltraFire TF-T50 Momentary Blue 1350mW

What is the duty cycle?
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Default Re: FS: UltraFire TF-T50 Momentary Blue 1350mW

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What is the duty cycle?
I would recommend 1 minute on / 1 minute off.

Of course, it's a momentary clicky, so you might be surprised at how easily you just naturally use it in a way that conforms with the duty cycle. It's hard to resist pretending this build is a phaser of some sort. Of course, you'd only want to do that in a controlled environment, while wearing (and ensuring anyone within beam distance is wearing) safety glasses.
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Is this still up for sale?
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Default Re: Not FS: UltraFire TF-T50 Momentary Blue 1350mW

Does the switch on this host click all the way in to stay on or is it the same style switch as in the pen hosts?
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Does the switch on this host click all the way in to stay on or is it just like the cheapie pen hosts?
The question you are trying to ask is whether the switch is a momentary switch or a toggle.

Whether a switch is momentary or not, has nothing to do with "cheapness". That's like saying "Does your car have an automatic transmission, or does it use the type that's in those crappy Ford Pintos?"

IE, that's a stupid question to ask, because the transmission type is not determined by the quality of the car.

Same goes here. This uses a "momentary clicky", but it's a momentary clicky of higher quality than the momentary on a "cheapie" pen, OR the toggle on on everything else.
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Default Re: Not FS: UltraFire TF-T50 Momentary Blue 1350mW

Oh I never meant to call it a cheap switch. I was only saying that so you would know what I was talking about. The reason I asked was because I have a Maglite build that has a switch with a momentary on but you can click it in all the way and it will stay on. On my other flashlight, you have to push it in all the way in for it to go on. Sorry if you were thinking I was calling this build cheap, I didnt mean to imply that.
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Oh I never meant to call it a cheap switch. I was only saying that so you would know what I was talking about. The reason I asked was because I have a Maglite build that has a switch with a momentary on but you can click it in all the way and it will stay on. On my other flashlight, you have to push it in all the way in for it to go on. Sorry if you were thinking I was calling this build cheap, I didnt mean to imply that.
Oh, alrighty. That's sure what it sounded like to me though.

In fact, now that you've elaborated a bit, I think we actually aren't talking about the same types of switches at all. The switch on this build is like neither of the two you've described.

I believe that in both cases above you've described a toggle switch. Neither of them are momentary. The first switch might seem like a momentary switch, but it's really just a "forward clicky", which is a type of toggle switch that behaves like a momentary before it engages permanently.
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Default Re: Not FS: UltraFire TF-T50 Momentary Blue 1350mW

Thats exactly what I meant! Sorry for sounding so obnoxious, I truly didnt mean it like that; I just havent ever seen these types of switches before except in those pen style hosts. I am not saying this build looks cheap; it looks phenomenal!
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