PS does anyone know if the switch LED is a voltage indicator like so many of their other lights, perhaps abandoned when the problems with the early switchesCrazyeddiethefirst Today, 09:08 PM
That makes sense to me that if you add more lights you can counteract the inverse square law even if the lights are located father away than the singleblah9 Today, 09:08 PM
Sounds like the Nitecore CU6 might be ideal - bright white emitter as well as a 3W 365nm UV emitter for forensic work.Amelia Today, 09:04 PM
Thanks for the excellent photo documentation and descriptive verse. Looking forward to hearing the fix and perhaps seeing a thick copper heat sink?Crazyeddiethefirst Today, 09:03 PM
Although of course I will want better lights as things improve, whether that includes runtime or brightness changes. Flashlights are so fun haha.blah9 Today, 08:53 PM
I'm using a mobile device so didn't vote, but honestly I'm pretty close to having most of the lights I need. The main changes I might want to make areblah9 Today, 08:51 PM
Payupal Sent per your pm instruction.lemlux Today, 08:45 PM
Is that an LED I spot between the two switches?
I wonder if the other lights they make with the same switches also have that LED. Seems silly
It has nothing to do with protecting the flashlight of voltage damage.
Rechargeable lithium ion batteries can be damaged if discharged too