Old 01-05-2011, 01:53 AM #1
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Default I have a AAA flishlight to MOD

Hi,

I have a flashlight a AAA LED flash which has a rear clicky switch, I would like to convert it into a Green 100/200mw lasers and would like to seek members to recommend me the parts and guide me the installation process.

It may not be green but I prefer ready made drivers / module...

I'm looking at o-like green lasers module and perform a simple bypass on the switch...

here is the pic below...







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Old 01-05-2011, 02:14 AM #2
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Default Re: I have a AAA flishlight to MOD

Well what should I say:
get yourself a green module from o-like, ebay(wlaser?) or dealextreme.
Once you have it, look how it fits (into where the LED is now) and see if you can still
fit a heatsink between the module and the flashlight.

Remember that all green modules are case POSITIVE, so you might have to flip
the battery around.

Oh yeah, and your typical green module needs to run off 3~4V,
so you will need to swap that AAA for an appropriately sized Li-Ion. (10440)

200mw is too ambitious a goal for such a small host.
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