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Old 10-16-2010, 02:27 AM #17
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That is what a battery rated @ 10A discharge is for.




IMR26650 Specifications: Nominal Voltage : 3.7V
Capacity : 4000mAH
Lowest Discharge Voltage : 2.50V
Standard Charge : CC/CV ( max. charging rate 5A )
Cycle Life : > 500 cycles
Max. continuous discharge rate : 10A
Operating Discharge Temperature : -10 - 60 Degree Celsius
Size : 26.18mm (1.03") x 65.33 mm (2.57") +/- .05mm


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Ignore my PM then!

Just the chemistry of the battery is needed...

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Here are the batteries that I am planning on trying with dual driver setups now the Flexdrive's are back.



Have a few of these in hand.
LiMnNi Rechargeable 26650 Cell: 3.7V 4000 mAh, 10A rated 14.8Wh - UN Approved (NDGR)

Have some of these on order. Has the same markings of the battery space one but has a smaller recessed positive contact. I would suggest if you plan on puting them end to end in series to go with the batteryspace ones. If it is a single host then you should be alright. That is as long as your host has a positive spring or solder mound to make good contact.
Lighthound IMR 26650 4000mAh LiMN rechargeable lithium battery

And these will be in stock soon according to lighthound. I plan on ordering a few as well.
AW IMR 26500 2300mAh LiMN rechargeable lithium battery



Look at this beast in my charger.



Here are the batteryspace vs lighthound units.

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The Lighthound does not make contact due to the fact that the positive contact is recessed.

The Batteryspace unit makes contact very well.



Here is a comparison AA's.






Got this charger and it fits all these batteries perfect. http://www.lighthound.com/Ultrafire-...er_p_3669.html


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Hey DTR, since your reviews and tutorials are so good. I thought id ask you.

How do i max out a flexdrive?

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Hey DTR, since your reviews and tutorials are so good. I thought id ask you.

How do i max out a flexdrive?

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I would start with reading the Flex PDF

http://hacylon.case.edu/ebay/laser_d..._V5_manual.pdf

Also this post has some good info and a video will show you a good way to set the range.

http://laserpointerforums.com/f51/ho...ent-45653.html


After you check those if you have a more specific question let me know.
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