Thanks buddy and congratulations on 5 Million reps, I just pushed you over.Wow, what a beautiful build and beamshots! Kudos to Billy and Andrew for creating and sharing this work of art. Reps to both as soon as I’m allowed. Great job and Take Care! :gj:
Sorry Eracoy, missed your question.I'm also impressed with the battery quality. They're under quite a load. Do you ever see the voltage dip when you turn on the beam?
Sorry Eracoy, missed your question.
I'm charging the 18350s as I write this.
I'll do a proper voltage check with a full freshly charged set, as soon as I can for you.
No Paul, please re-read my Original Post.That is too funny, Andrew. It sounds like you missed his question BECAUSE you were busy recharging your batteries. Makes one think it should have been made to take larger batteries. I doubt that was your intent, but it came out that way.
The batteries I had in the unit weren't fully charged, in fact I hadn't charged them for months, so they were on the low side.RB astro said:Please note that the batteries were not fully charged at the time of the photos.
You're most welcome Barry.Thanks for the Reps Andrew, and for the heads-up Paul! I love to share and it really feels good to be acknowledged by fellow LPF members. Thanks again and Please Take Care.