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Old 01-03-2009, 01:45 AM #17
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I got a 1W 3AAA flashlight from DX, took it apart, and hooked it up the a 9-volt. It was amazing!!! Not much throw with the reflector, but you could see the light from a LONG way away (100 someting feet). ;D It got so hot though, in about ten seconds it was hot enought to burn your hand. Though it did tolerate the heat very well. I left it on for an hour, and it was almost to hot to touch, but it still worked perfectly.


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To add to Kenom's comments (above)
After 2 driver circuits failed (one killed a P7, the other kept switching modes)
I built my own driver circuit using a couple of low dropout regulators. Works very well but for only 30 minutes or so , as correctly stated.

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This is coming with the the flashlight
http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.5776
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Whats the difference between a 18650 and a 14500. Could i use a 14500 in the flashlight.
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Nope a 14500 is the size of a AA and a 186500 is alot bigger! the size of two CR123As.
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Whats the difference between a 18650 and a 14500. Could i use a 14500 in the flashlight.

The numbers tell you the size of the battery. *The first two numbers are the diameter and the last three numbers are the length. *An 18650 is 18mm in diameter and 65.0mm in length. *A 14500 is 14mm in diameter and 50mm in length. *In order to use the 14500 in the flashlight you would have to "shim" and fill the extra space in the tube. *Unfortunately, this does NOT take any "protection" circuits into account. *Sometimes the protection circuit and the heat shrinking make the battery too wide.

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What is the 0 for then?
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650 = 65.0

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I missed one in the posting

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What do you think about this?
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[quote author=jamilm9 link=1230868617/20#20 date=1230996732]This is coming with the the flashlight
http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.5776
do they come percharged.
Whats the difference between a 18650 and a 14500. Could i use a 14500 in the flashlight.

The numbers tell you the size of the battery. *The first two numbers are the diameter and the last three numbers are the length. *An 18650 is 18mm in diameter and 65.0mm in length. *A 14500 is 14mm in diameter and 50mm in length. *In order to use the 14500 in the flashlight you would have to "shim" and fill the extra space in the tube. *Unfortunately, this does NOT take any "protection" circuits into account. *Sometimes the protection circuit and the heat shrinking make the battery too wide.

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Usually, but no guarantees

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[quote author=robjdixon link=1230868617/20#23 date=1231001879]What is the 0 for then?

650 = 65.0

500 = 50.0

I missed one in the posting

Sorry. I rarely include .0's

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Actually daguin, correct me if I am wrong, doesn't the 0 at the end signify the shape of the battery. 0 as in cylindrical.


I have no flashlight worth mentioning. But I am looking at a SSC P7 based light of DX, anyone got one that they would recommend?


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Actually daguin, correct me if I am wrong, doesn't the 0 at the end signify the shape of the battery. 0 as in cylindrical.
I have no flashlight worth mentioning. But I am looking at a SSC P7 based light of DX, anyone got one that they would recommend?
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You may be right. *The ".0" information MIGHT be a simple explanation that I read somewhere, because thinking about it in response to your statement, I cannot remember where I learned it * :-/

Bad form for a professor * :-[

I will do some research to find out for sure. *I have no reason to doubt your word. *I just need independent verification now that I realize that I may be (probably am) wrong. *Research has ruined my social life

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I also thought the .0 explanation was correct for a while. Then I bought some 17670 batteries of DX of which one fits perfectly into a sonar II while the other is at least .5mm wider in diameter and has no chance of fitting, same goes for pretty much all batteries I bought of DX. Thats what got me thinking that the cylindrical designation explanation must be the correct one?


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I have a SpiderFire Cree R2 based flashlight from DX, best flashlight I have. Runs on one 18650 and has high/low brightness modes.
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I've got a few smaller DX lights and an aurora P7 (almost as bright as my headlights!). Nothing over $50 though.

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280mA times 3.7V is 1.036W.

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