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Does laser 301 series work with CR123A batteries?

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the top of cyparagons list id say. 4.2V is what 3.7V liion batteries seem to max when fully charged
Sorry i should have been more clear, What "mA" did it start at with a fully charged battery ?
 

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Sorry i should have been more clear, What "mA" did it start at with a fully charged battery ?
well if 4.2V is fully charged then according to cyparagons list a fully charged lithium ion battery would make his driver run at 325ma :yh: not all drivers are the same though i guess
 
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well if 4.2V is fully charged then according to cyparagons list a fully charged lithium ion battery would make his driver run at 325ma :yh: not all drivers are the same though i guess
So with a voltage drop of 1.55V there is a 7.6923076923077% drop of output power, Not at lot but not a insignificant amount either.....
 
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i dont really care much for the mw all i want are those sweet nanometers. brightness is just a nice bonus :)

theres a difference, but its tolerable in a sense
 
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So with a voltage drop of 1.55V there is a 7.6923076923077% drop of output power, Not at lot but not a insignificant amount either.....
You're reading my data the wrong way. 2.8V is a dead 3V cell in the first place. The current only drops when the battery is dead. The point is it works perfectly at 3V.

Also, you need to google "significant figures".
 
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