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    Default P60 sized led drop-ins (part 2)

    While reading the thread titled "Dealextreme drop in for G2, 6P, etc???" I started making a list of the drop-in's I saw. It got a little out of hand.
    I thought I would put the list out here instead of buried 10 pages in to the above thread (no offense to the guys and gals in said thread )

    If someone wants to shamelessly steal the list and add to / keep it updated feel free. Since I unfortunately wont have much time to do so.

    ** Don't forget to check out the P60 Flashlight List {host} post as well. (and add to it if you can ) **

    ** Lumens Factory **
    http://www.lumensfactory.com/cart.ph...2&sub_cat_id=0

    D26-LED High Output Single Mode LED Reflector Module (3.6V-13V)
    $24.00 - 3.6V to 13V Regulated Input for Maximum Flexibility - High Output Cree XR-E, R2 LED
    Maximum Current Output at 1000mA - High Colour Temperature (Cool White, 5000K-10000K according to Cree)
    High Temperature Resistant Orange Peel Coating - Every Reflector Module is Pre-Focused for the Ultimate Spot

    D26-LED Selected Warmer Tint Version (Limited Quantity) (3.6V-13V)
    $28.00 - 3.6V-13V Regulated Input - Maximum Current Output at 1000mA - High Output Cree XR-E, R2 LED
    Selected using Integrated Photometric Sphere to have Warmer Colour Temperature (5000K-5500K)
    High Temperature Resistant Orange Peel Coating - Every Reflector Module is Pre-Focused for the Ultimate Spot


    ** Dealextreme **

    Ultrafire Cree, Regulator, Reflector 1x18650 2xCR123A Lamp Assembly
    http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.1343
    $10.92 accepted voltage: 3.6V ~ 9.0V 900mAh regulator board Orange-peel aluminum reflector

    3W Cree, Regulator, Reflector 1x18650 2xCR123A Module Set
    http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.1447
    $12.80 accepted voltage: 3.6V ~ 9.0V 900mAh regulator board Orange-peel aluminum reflector

    DX 3W Cree Module CM1
    http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.3214
    $10.82 3.2V~9.0V Input
    Beamshots + review at: http://www.light-reviews.com/cm1/

    SSC 42180-T 3W Emitter Reflector Driver Module
    http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.4068
    $13.79 Input voltage: 3.7V ~ 8.0V Current: 900mA

    3W Cree Drop-in Module (supports Surefire 6P)
    http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.6090
    $10.14 3V~18V

    Cree 5-Mode Emitter Reflector and Driver Module
    http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.4296
    $14.80 Typical driving voltage: 3.7V (maximum voltage: 4.2V. Do not exceed.)

    Cree Drop-in Module for Surefire 6P
    http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.6076
    $10.00 Voltage Range: 2.9V ~ 9V

    Cree Drop-in Module
    http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.7162 -
    $12.48 Ultrafire 4-Mode 3.7V~6V

    KLC8 LED Emitter with Driver and Reflector Module Set
    http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.8835
    $9.90 (3.7V~6.5V Input)

    Q5-WC 3-Mode 0~100% LED Drop-In Module
    http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.11074
    $16.90 3-Mode: 0~100% (adjustable) > Strobe > SOS 3.7V
    Review: http://www.light-reviews.com/dx_sku_11074/

    Cree Q5 LED Drop-in Module
    http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.11621
    $12.42 Input Voltage Range: 3.7V~18V Maximum Output: 200 Lumens

    Cree Q5 LED 5-Mode Drop-in Module
    http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.11622
    $13.55 3.6V~7.2V Input, Current and lumens are rated by the manufacturer
    1. Low 25mA, 80LM
    2. Mid 550mA, 120LM
    3. High 950mA, 200LM
    4. Strobe 800mA, 250LM
    5. SOS 800mA, 200LM

    Cree R2 Drop-In 1-Mode LED Module
    http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.11836
    $12.40, Input: 3.7V~18V, Output: 117~225 Lumens (manufacturer rated)

    Cree P4 1-Mode LED Drop-In Module
    http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.11810
    $9.59 Input: 3V~12V

    Cree Q2 LED Drop-In Module for WF-502B and Similar Flashlights
    http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.12501
    $12.73, 3.6V~12V Input, Single mode regulated circuitry

    Cree XR-E R2-WC 5-Mode 250-Lumen LED Drop-in
    http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.13658
    $13.68 Input: 3.6V - 8.4V, Reflector: Textured, Memory: Unknown
    Modes: High (250 lumens) > Mid (150 lumens) > low (80~100 lumens) > Strobe > SOS

    Cree XR-E Q5 1-Mode Drop-in LED
    http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.13802
    $11.80 Input: 3.7V - 12V, Textured aluminum reflector

    Cree R2-WC 250-Lumen 5-Mode Memory Drop-in LED
    http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.14442
    $12.90 - Input voltage range: 3.0V~8.4V - - Maximum brightness: 250 lumens (manufacturer rated)
    5-Mode driver circuitry with mode memory: Hi > Mid > Lo > Strobe > SOS - Alumium textured/OP reflector

    Cree R2-WC 3-Mode + 0~100% LED Drop-in
    http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.17593
    $11.39, Input: 3.6V~8.4V, Cree XR-E R2-WC LED,
    200 lumens (manufacturer rated), Aluminum textured reflector

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    ** BugOutGearUSA **
    http://www.bugoutgearusa.com/

    *Premium* Cree Drop-In Module
    $34.95 , 150 Lum, 4+ hours run time, 4.5V to 9V
    http://www.bugoutgearusa.com/prcrdrmo.html

    'Premium Plus' Cree drop-in
    $39.95 , 170 Lum, 3+ hours run time, 4.5V to 9V
    http://www.bugoutgearusa.com/cosoplcrmo.html

    "Super Premium" Cree Q5 Drop-in
    $49.95 230 Lum, 3+ hours run time, 4.5V to 9V
    http://www.bugoutgearusa.com/crq5drmo.html

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    ** Kaidomain **

    Cree Q5 Drop-In 1-Mode LED Module
    http://www.kaidomain.com/ProductDeta...ProductId=1775
    $11.53 Voltage Range: 3V~18V

    Cree R2 Drop-In 1-Mode LED Module
    http://www.kaidomain.com/ProductDeta...ProductId=1769
    $11.77 Voltage Range: 3.7V~18V, Output: 117~225 Lumens (manufacturer rated)

    CREE XR-E P4, 6P Drop-in Module
    http://www.kaidomain.com/ProductDeta...ProductId=1634
    $8.94 Voltage Range: 2.7V - 6V
    Runtime:
    About 1.7 hours on two 3.0V CR123A cells
    About 2.5 hours on 17670 Li-ion cell
    About 3.5 hours on 18650 Li-ion cell

    K2 LED Drop-in (26mm)
    http://www.kaidomain.com/ProductDeta...ProductId=4880
    $6.90

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    ** Malkoff Devices - http://www.malkoffdevices.com/shop2/ **

    M60 Mod to fit Surefire
    http://www.malkoffdevices.com/shop2/...&products_id=7
    $55.00 - Input voltage 3.8V - 9V, Current Draw 750ma at 6 volts, Led is a Cree XRE 7090
    Runtime is 1 1/2+ hours on 2 CR123 primary batteries, solid brass heatsink construction
    Utilizes a Cree 8 degree optic.

    M60F 20 Degree Flood
    http://www.malkoffdevices.com/shop2/...products_id=22
    $55.00 - Input voltage 3.8V - 9V, Current Draw 750ma at 6 volts, Led is a Cree XRE 7090
    Runtime is 1 1/2+ hours on 2 CR123 primary batteries, solid brass heatsink construction
    output is 220+ lumens, The optic produces an outstanding room lighting beam.
    Throw is typically limited to approximately 120+/- feet. Utilizes a Cree 20 degree optic

    M60L (Low Output)
    http://www.malkoffdevices.com/shop2/...&products_id=8
    $55.00 - Input voltage 3.8V - 9V, Current Draw 350ma at 6 volts, Led is a Cree XRE 7090
    Runtime is 4 1/2+ hours on 2 CR123 primary batteries, solid brass heatsink construction
    output is 140+/- lumens, Utilizes a Cree 8 degree optic

    M60LF (Low output - Flood)
    http://www.malkoffdevices.com/shop2/...products_id=23
    $55.00 - Input voltage 3.8V - 9V, Current Draw 350ma at 6 volts, Led is a Cree XRE 7090 Q5 WG tint
    Runtime is 4 1/2+ hours on 2 CR123 primary batteries, solid brass heatsink construction
    output is 140+/- lumens, The optic produces an outstanding room lighting beam.
    Throw is typically limited to approximately 100+/- feet. Utilizes a Khatod 25 degree optic

    M60LL (Low Low output)
    http://www.malkoffdevices.com/shop2/...&products_id=9
    $55.00 - Input voltage 3.8V - 9V, Current Draw 170ma at 6 volts, Led is a Cree XRE 7090
    Runtime is 8 +/- hours on 2 CR123 primary batteries, solid brass heatsink construction
    output is 80 +/- lumens, Utilizes a Cree 8 degree optic

    M30 to fit a Surefire
    http://www.malkoffdevices.com/shop2/...products_id=29
    $55.00 Input voltage is 1-5.5 volts, The output is approximately 235+ lumens at 3.3v+ and 160+ lumens at 3v.
    The runtime is 1 1/4+ hours on one CR123 primary battery. The LED is a Cree XRE 7090.
    This design utilizes a Cree 8 degree optic.

    M30W (warm tint beam)
    http://www.malkoffdevices.com/shop2/...products_id=31
    $55.00 The input voltage is 1-5.5 volts. The output is approximately 170 lumens at 3.3v+ and 120 lumens at 3v.
    The runtime is 1 1/4+ hours on one CR123 primary battery. The LED is a Cree XRE 7090.
    This design utilizes a Cree 8 degree optic.

    M60W (warm tint beam)
    http://www.malkoffdevices.com/shop2/...products_id=33
    $55.00 The input voltage is 3.8 - 9 volts. Below 3.8 volts it will drop out of regulation and run direct drive.
    The output is approximately 170 lumens. Runtime is 1 1/2+ hours on 2 CR123's. This design utilizes a Cree 8 degree optic.
    The LED is a Cree XRE 7090.

    M60WF (warm tint, flood)
    http://www.malkoffdevices.com/shop2/...products_id=35
    $55.00 The input voltage is 3.8 - 9 volts. Below 3.8 volts it will drop out of regulation and run direct drive.
    The output is approximately 170 lumens. The runtime is 1 1/2+ hours on 2 CR123's. This design utilizes a Cree 20 degree optic.
    The LED is a Cree XRE 7090.

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    ** Wolf Eyes drop-ins **

    Cree R2 WC LED Drop-in *Low VF*
    http://www.pts-flashlights.com/produ...9-114-147-6518
    $63.99 - Limited Quantities
    Voltage: 3.7V-13V, Output: 280 lumens

    Cree R2 WC LED 2-Mode High & Low
    http://www.pts-flashlights.com/produ...9-114-147-6524
    $68.99 - Limited Quantities
    Voltage: 3.7V-6V, Output: 280 lumens

    Cree R2 WC LED 2-Mode Tactical Strobe
    http://www.pts-flashlights.com/produ...9-114-147-6520
    $69.99 - Limited Quantities
    Voltage: 3.7V-6V, Output: 280 lumens

    Cree R2 WC LED 4-Mode
    http://www.pts-flashlights.com/produ...9-114-147-6526
    $68.99 - Limited Quantities
    Voltage: 3.7V-6V, Output: 280 lumens
    Circuit sequence: 100% (280 lumens), 20% and 2% for low, strobe.

    Cree R2 WC LED Drop-in *Low VF*
    http://www.pts-flashlights.com/produ...9-114-147-6516
    $59.99 - Limited Quantities
    Voltage: 3.7V-6V, Output: 280 lumens
    Note, this drop-in module is optimized to work best with a 3.7V LRB168A / 18650 Li-ion battery.

    Cree Q5 LED *High Output*
    http://www.pts-flashlights.com/produ...9-114-125-6437
    $57.99, Voltage: 3.7V-13V, Output: 260 lumens

    Cree Q5 LED *High Output*
    http://www.pts-flashlights.com/produ...9-114-125-6435
    $54.00, Voltage: 3.7V-6V, Output: 260 lumens

    Cree Q5 LED *2-Mode* (High & Low)
    http://www.pts-flashlights.com/produ...9-114-125-6494
    $64.00, Voltage: 3.7v-6v, Output: 260 lumens (maximum stage)

    Cree Q5 LED *2-Mode Tactical Strobe
    http://www.pts-flashlights.com/produ...9-114-125-6475
    $67.99, Voltage: 3.7v-6v, Output: 260 lumens (maximum stage)

    Cree Q5 LED *4-Mode
    http://www.pts-flashlights.com/produ...9-114-125-6496
    $64.00, Voltage: 3.7v-6v, Output: 260 lumens (maximum stage)
    Function: 3 brightness levels (Full, 20%, 2%)+ strobe

    Cree Q2 LED *High Output*
    http://www.pts-flashlights.com/produ...9-114-148-6429
    $44.99, Voltage: 3.7V-13V, Output: 190 lumens

    Cree P4 LED
    http://www.pts-flashlights.com/produ...9-114-148-6283
    $39.99, Voltage: 3.7-13v, Output: 130 lumens

    Cree Q2 LED *4 mode*
    http://www.pts-flashlights.com/produ...9-114-148-6352
    $49.99, Voltage: 3.7-6v, Output: 190 lumens (maximum stage)
    Digital circuit sequence: 100% (190 lumens), 20%, 2% and Strobe (10Hz)

    Cree Q2 LED 3.7-6V *High Output*
    http://www.pts-flashlights.com/produ...9-114-148-6415
    $44.99, Voltage: 3.7V-6V, Output: 190 lumens

    Cree LED 3.7-6V *2-Mode* (100% & Strobe)
    http://www.pts-flashlights.com/produ...9-114-148-6360
    $49.99, Voltage: 3.7v-6v. Output: 190 lumens (maximum stage)

    Q2 Cree LED *2-Mode* (High & Low)
    http://www.pts-flashlights.com/produ...9-114-148-6400
    $49.99, Voltage: 3.7-6v, Output: 190 lumens (maximum stage)

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    ** Lighthound.com ** -

    Lighthound Cree Drop-In
    http://www.lighthound.com/index.asp?...OD&ProdID=2605
    $29.99 accepted voltage: 3.7V ~ 9.0V 750mAh regulator board

    Q5 Cree
    http://www.lighthound.com/index.asp?...OD&ProdID=3428
    $39.99, 3.7V to 9V input, 750ma

    UNIQ Cree Q5 Drop-In
    http://www.lighthound.com/index.asp?...OD&ProdID=3513
    $29.99, 3.7 - 15V Input, 1000mA, Textured aluminum reflector

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    **Dereelight drop ins**1S(1-stage) cree XR-E module
    $32.00
    - Input Range: 2.8~4.2V
    - Output Range: 1.2A
    - Battery Type: 1x18650,1x17670
    - Features: Constant output at it's fully input range
    Over discharge protection


    1SM-1(1-stage multi power) Cree XR-E Q5 module (6V max)
    $26.50
    - Input Range: 3~6V
    - Output Range: 1A
    - Battery Type: 1x18650,1x17670, 2xCR123A
    - Features: Constant output at 3.8~6V.


    1SM-2(1-stage multi power) Cree XR-E Q5 module (16V max)
    $29.00
    - Input Range: 3~16V
    - Output Range: 1A
    - Battery Type: 1x18650, CR123A's, RCR123's
    - Features: Constant output at 4.5~16V. Recommended use 2xCR123A,3xCR123A or more.


    3SD(3-stage digital) Cree XR-E Q5 module
    $35.00
    - Input Range: 2.8~4.2V
    - Output Range: 1.2A
    - Battery Type: 1x18650, 1x17670
    - Features: Constant output at it's fully input range
    Three stage output,100%-50%-5%
    Over discharge protection
    Memory functon
    Change level by push switch


    3SM(3-stage Muti-power digital) Cree XR-E module
    $35.00
    - Input Range: 3~9V
    - Output Range: 1.0A
    - Battery Type: 1x18650, 2xCR123A, 2xRCR123
    - Features: Constant output using CR123's
    Three stage output,100%-50%-5%
    Memory functon
    Change level by push switch


    3SD(3-stage digital) Cree XR-E 5A Q2 module
    $36.00
    - Emitter: Cree XR-E Neutral Warm White 5A Q2, it's highest rank at this tint, good color rendering, recommended for outdoor usage, especially after raining.
    - Input Range: 2.8~4.2V
    - Output Range: 1.2A
    - Battery Type: 1x18650, 1x17670
    - Features: Constant output at it's fully input range
    Three stage output,100%-50%-5%
    Over discharge protection
    Memory functon
    Change level by push switch

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    ** OpticsHQ P60 Head and tailcap **

    LED Drop-In and Multi-Function Tailcap Kit
    http://www.opticshq.com/page/Optics/...ID/ACC-DTC-KIT
    $89.99
    Working voltage: 4.2-18.0v
    Maximum output at the emitter approximately 220+ lumens about 2-3 hours
    More than 6 hours at low output
    Fits the following SureFire Lights: G2, G3, 6P, 6PD, 9P, Z2, G2Z, C2, C3, M2

    LED Drop-In and Multi-Function (Reverse) Tailcap Kit
    http://www.opticshq.com/page/Optics/.../ACC-DTC-R-KIT
    $89.99
    Working voltage: 4.2-18.0v
    Maximum output at the emitter approximately 220+ lumens about 2-3 hours
    More than 6 hours at low output
    Fits the following SureFire Lights: G2, G3, 6P, 6PD, 9P, Z2, G2Z, C2, C3, M2
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    ** Newexcite **

    UltraFire Rebel Light Bulb with Reflector
    http://www.newexcite.com/shop/index....7a0e8d8065a820
    $14.99 - (No voltage / output levels noted at this time)

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    * G & P *
    G&P Q5 230 Lumens CREE LED Flashlight Torch Lamp GP751
    $41.99 Input: 4.5v - 9v

    G&P Q5 LONG FOCUS 230Lm CREE LED Flashlight Lamp GP751L
    $41.99 Input: 4.5v - 9v
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...%3D4%26ps%3D42

    http://cgi.ebay.com/G-P-Q5-CREE-LED-...3286.m20.l1116

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    -=Surefire P60L LED Reflector Assembly=-
    Max 80 lumens, Runtime up to 12 hours depending on flashlight model.
    (stores listed in no particular order)
    $39.00 - http://www.lapolicegear.com/sup6ledreas.html
    $39.00 - http://supremeco.com.hk/catalog/prod...oducts_id=4755
    $39.00 - http://www.surefire.com/maxexp/main/...L-LED-Assembly

    ** Assorted forum posts that you might find useful**
    DealExtreme 1343, 1447, and Wolf-Eyes 130 Lumen Cree Module P60 Cree drop-in modules Runtimes!
    REVIEW - CREE DROP IN from EBAY***VERY NICE***
    Wolf Eyes cree drop-in
    The post that started it Dealextreme drop in for G2, 6P, etc???


    And many posts I probably missed.

    Thanks everyone!
    Last edited by Fizz753; 11-21-2008 at 10:55 PM.

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    Default Re: p60 sized led drop-in's part 2

    Any chance you could add what kind of reflector each uses to the first post? Seems like most use LOP (light orange peel) but I could have swore I saw one or two that used a non-textured reflectors but now can't find them.

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    Default Re: p60 sized led drop-in's part 2

    http://www.dereelight.com/module-list.htm

    Dereelight offer reflector options w/SMO for smooth, w/OP for orange peel don't remember seeing LOP light orange peel. no doubt someone will correct me if i am wrong.


    http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.11810
    Cree P4 1-Mode LED Drop-In Module (3V~12V) $9.59

    - Features a Cree P4 LED Emitter
    - Accepted Power Input: 3V~12V
    - Single mode circuitry
    - Aluminum construction
    - Base diameter 22.85mm, heigh 24.55mm

    i was some what suprized to see a new P4 dropin but ordered one anyway
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    Default Re: p60 sized led drop-in's part 2

    Has anybody noticed how DereeLight and MTE put metallic stickers with all the necessary information on their modules?

    BTW, check the R2 P60 module listed on KD yesterday. You've seen the same module elsewhere for $3 more.

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    Default Re: p60 sized led drop-in's part 2

    Here's the link to the KD R2 P60 module. Better order it soon before Kai raises the price, as it's nearly $2.50 cheaper than the identical model at DX. Appears to be based on the oft-recommended DX #6090 module. I wonder what color tint it is?

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    Default Re: p60 sized led drop-in's part 2

    Hi guys,
    Through a joint effort with ProLight Japan, PTS will be offering a limited supply of Cree R2 WC bin with Low VF drop-in LED modules. These chips were purchased direct and not supplied by Wolf Eyes. The R2 chips were sampled and tested in an independent lab with encouraging test results! Shipping should start around April 9th

    I also did some spring cleaning today organizing the drop-in pages.

    Here’s a link: http://www.pts-flashlights.com/categ...?uid=1-139-114
    Cheers,
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    Pacific Tactical Solutions Inc. CPF Discount, start here>> PTS Account
    Then PM me your last name and email so I can set your account for the discount.
    Or just place an order and add your CPF name to the comments box and we'll apply the discount.

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    Default Re: p60 sized led drop-in's part 2

    Quote Originally Posted by kavvika View Post
    Here's the link to the KD R2 P60 module. Better order it soon before Kai raises the price, as it's nearly $2.50 cheaper than the identical model at DX. Appears to be based on the oft-recommended DX #6090 module. I wonder what color tint it is?
    hmm...

    Output: 117~225 Lumens (manufacturer rated)
    Input Voltage Range: 3.7V~18V

    ...sounds like it needs 18V to run at its brightest
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    Default Re: p60 sized led drop-in's part 2

    Quote Originally Posted by Yapo View Post
    hmm...

    Output: 117~225 Lumens (manufacturer rated)
    Input Voltage Range: 3.7V~18V

    ...sounds like it needs 18V to run at its brightest
    Several of us have this one on order. Unfortunately I can only test it up to 8.4V on RCRs, but another member said he would test it at various voltages up to 18.

    FWIW... the 6090 produces slightly LESS light at higher voltages, than it does around 6V.

    See Drewfus' review here...
    http://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/...d.php?t=193269
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    Default Re: p60 sized led drop-in's part 2

    Close, Yapo. From what I understand, the 3.7v-18v "Kennan" driver board only needs ~6v for full brightness. Theres is an overhead of ~1v required for the buck circuit before it will light. Anything above the 9v of two charged 3.7v L-Ion cells or 3 3v lithium primaries and it starts to lose efficiency bucking the voltage, while current to the emitter remains unchanged. In a flashlight, this is unwanted, but in vehicle applications, it makes little difference.
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    anybody have any advice on what the dropin with the most flood would be? im looking for a very long lasting floody bulb for my g2. i thought about the M60LL but that says 8hrs and i think the SF P60L is 12hrs so im thinking about that and some sort of cheap diffuser lens

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    Furthermore....
    I speculate those 117-225L are emitter Lumens (theoretical, taken off a datasheet)... not real-world out the front.
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    matt, the SF brand P60L seems to be geared more towards flood with its shallow, OP reflector and SCC P4 emitter. If you're not up for spending more than $30 on a module, DX #4068 might be just the thing you're looking for, for only ~$13. There's a good review of it here, and from the low lux measurements on the DX site, it appears to be quite a good flooder. In fact, from the pictures on Light Refineries, it appears to be the same module as my beloved #1343's, just with a different emitter (never noticed that before)!

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    Thanks kavvika for the reply. The beamshots of that 4068 look good with a very smooth beam. Although, the lightrefineries review says 2hr runtime and I'm looking for one that will last longer (to keep in truck.) Doesn't neccessarily need to be uber-bright. I will mostly use it for in-car use (ie: looking for change under seats while in the drive-thru line or checking under the hood at night) It most likely won't be on for very long but I want it to be ready to use whenever I need it to (and I will keep extra batteries nearby)

    The SF P60L may be what I need. If its not enough flood, I have heard of using satin scotch tape to diffuse the beam.


    On a side note, are there any SSC P7 drop-ins out there? Or, at least, any word on the makings of one? (After some more reading, I'm about 100% sure there is NOT a P7 drop-in. From some pictures of it, it looks too big to even fit on a P60 pill)
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    Quote Originally Posted by matt0 View Post
    On a side note, are there any SSC P7 drop-ins out there? Or, at least, any word on the makings of one? (After some more reading, I'm about 100% sure there is NOT a P7 drop-in. From some pictures of it, it looks too big to even fit on a P60 pill)

    What would be cool is if someone could make a turbo P60 head (granted it'd have to be per body) so that the diameter is slightly larger and can accommodate the pill... maybe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike@PTS View Post
    Hi guys,
    Through a joint effort with ProLight Japan, PTS will be offering a limited supply of Cree R2 WC bin with Low VF drop-in LED modules. These chips were purchased direct and not supplied by Wolf Eyes. The R2 chips were sampled and tested in an independent lab with encouraging test results! Shipping should start around April 9th

    I also did some spring cleaning today organizing the drop-in pages.

    Here’s a link: http://www.pts-flashlights.com/categ...?uid=1-139-114
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    Hi Mike,

    Great to see you've started listing these amazing R2 drop-ins
    & other Wolf-Eyes lights with these emitters.

    Really happy to have helped in the 'initial concept' with ProLight Japan.
    It may have been a small contribution, but now you may have the very best CREE R2 emitters on the planet!!

    Brian M. (mellowcat..)

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    Quote Originally Posted by orbital View Post
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    Hi Mike,

    Great to see you've started listing these amazing R2 drop-ins
    & other Wolf-Eyes lights with these emitters.

    Really happy to have helped in the 'initial concept' with ProLight Japan.
    It may have been a small contribution, but now you may have the very best CREE R2 emitters on the planet!!

    Brian M. (mellowcat..)
    Hi Brian,
    Yah, thanks a bunch for that initial call inquiring about the R2s you saw on ProLight Japan’s website!

    I’m soo excited, I feel like a kid before Christmas waiting for the shipment to arrive.

    I hope you’re enjoying that 3.7-13V drop-in we sent you!
    Cheers,
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    Then PM me your last name and email so I can set your account for the discount.
    Or just place an order and add your CPF name to the comments box and we'll apply the discount.

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    Can someone give me some information about this module:

    Cree Q5 LED 5-Mode Drop-in Module
    http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.11622
    $14.28 3.6V~7.2V Input

    I plan to run it off two CR123 primaries, however I just wanted to get some information about its memory (or lack there of). From the DX comments there is some confusion over how it operates, however it appears that each time you turn it on (be it after half a second or a day) it moves to the next mode in the sequence.

    Can anyone confirm this? It's a shame if it's true, it would be much more useful (for me) if it started at the first mode in its sequence, or the last mode you used it on. The next mode is likely to be furthest on average from where you want to actually be!
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    qtaco i can comfirm it has no memory and swiches to the next mode when you turn it on sequence is low/med/high/strobe/sos. if your last mode used was high the next time you turn it on it comes on in strobe .

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    Thanks mate. I suppose it's not a big deal, but it is less then ideal for me

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    Great thread -- thanks for consolidating all that information.

    Does anyone know which of these are safe for a weapon light -- can handle the shock from a rifle or shotgun -- as a drop in for a SureFire?

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    G&P Q5 P60 drop-ins for the list.

    They are well made and have deeper than average reflectors;
    the 'Long Focus' reflector is noticeably deeper.

    **G&P**

    G&P Q5 CREE
    -230 lumen
    -Input 4.5v - 9v
    http://cgi.ebay.com/G-P-Q5-230-Lumen...713.m153.l1262

    G&P Q5 Long Focus CREE
    -230 lumen
    -Input 4.5v - 9v
    http://cgi.ebay.com/G-P-Q5-LONG-FOCU...713.m153.l1262
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    I picked up the R2 drop in from my local post office this morning.

    http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.11836

    I am performing run-time tests as I type. Its far too well lit here in the office to do any kind of beam comparisons. But I will take some video tonight, and I'll do my best with some beamshots too.

    Overall DX ordering procedure went well. I placed the order on 3/27, the module left Hong Kong on 4/1. USPS delivered it 4/8. Not bad at all considering the world wide logistics. The DX www site was updated accurately throughout the procedure. Big cheer for dealextreme.

    I am using them with ~450-500mAh RCR123 cells (You know... those highly over-rated ones). These cells have about ~20 charge/discharge cycles on them, and my charger cuts off at 4.2 volts.

    On my first pair of cells, The module ran for 50 minutes before emitted light started to turn yellow. For the first 15 minutes the light ran cool to the touch. At about the 20 minute mark the bezel was warm. At 25 minutes the body of the light was warm, and the light continued to heat till the 35 minute point where temperatures leveled off for the remaining 20 minutes. The light body was hot to the touch after the full discharge cycle, much hotter than the DX 6090 which gets moderately warm by comparison. FWIW I had the light on my desk, in a poorly ventilated corner adjacent to my PC monitor pointing at the wall throughout the test. At the end of the run I noticed the batteries were considerably cooler than the body of the flashlight. No doubt the outstanding thermal properties of the brass pill and 6P were doing their job keeping heat away from the LED and RCR123s.

    The second pair of cells ran for 45 minutes before emitted light turned yellow. For this test I had the flashlight in an ice water bath in a coffee mug. Clearly the added cooling didn't help extend the run time.

    My conclusion is that this module should be used in a host that has good thermal cooling characteristics. You could use it in something less, but doing so might pose some risk to the cells and module over the long-term. Especially with the light ON for long durations. As alarming as it feels, the 6P body is merely doing its job, keeping its contents inside cool.

    At some point I will invest in some higher capacity RCR cells, but right now I am content.

    Just spent the evening at the park comparing the DX11836 with the DX6090 drop in modules. I also threw my Lowes Cree- task force into the mix, more as a control reference. It seems to be a somewhat popular light here and from what I've read spits about 110L out the front. I thumb nailed the higher-res pics, that way you guys can see some of the details of the images and shadows.

    http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.6090
    http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.11836

    Host: SureFire 6P, completely OEM (no mods)
    Cells: Ultrafire RCR123x2

    Task Force, P4 emitter, Fraen optic



    DealExtreme, SKU6090, P4 emitter, OP reflector



    DealExtreme, Sku11836, R2 emitter, OP reflector



    Task Force, P4 emitter, Fraen optic



    DealExtreme, SKU6090, P4 emitter, OP reflector



    DealExtreme, Sku11836, R2 emitter, OP reflector



    So... the Cree R2 is considerably brighter and whiter tint than the P4. I think if the P4 has one strength, its that it presents a very near-sunlight kind of tint, which may appeal to some. The R2 however throws out farther, although my pics don't clearly illustrate that. The flood from the R2 is also noticeably brighter.

    Phwew... taking these pics was a lot harder than everyone else makes it look. I dumped about 20 images that were either blurry, off center or just plain unusable.

    Hope some of you find this useful..
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    Nice review.
    I can't wait to put that thing in my G2. Since I'll use it for short burst I think it will not be dangerous for the light, LED or cells.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spypro View Post
    Nice review.
    I can't wait to put that thing in my G2. Since I'll use it for short burst I think it will not be dangerous for the light, LED or cells.
    Yeah short bursts should be just fine. I consolidated my review & pics from a separate post I had. I think this way is more concise and informative. I have pics of a Lowes TF, if that makes the review off-topic just post and I will remove them.

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    Kramer, do you have possibility to check how much the p4 and r2 drop-ins pull amperage from batteries?

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    Quote Originally Posted by santza View Post
    Kramer, do you have possibility to check how much the p4 and r2 drop-ins pull amperage from batteries?
    I could... If someone could show me how. I have a digital multi-meter, but I am not sure how to measure that. Shoot me a PM, rather than take this thread OT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kramer5150 View Post
    I could... If someone could show me how. I have a digital multi-meter, but I am not sure how to measure that. Shoot me a PM, rather than take this thread OT.

    thanks
    Set your Multimeter to the 10 or 20 DC amp scale on the dial and move your red probe from the volt jack to the 10 or 20A jack. Remove flashlight tailcap and touch black probe tip to the battery neg end, which you can see when you remove the tailcap. Put the red probe tip on the lip of the battery tube, not touching the black probe or the battery. The flashlight willl turn on, and notice measurement on your DMM. Do this carefully so as not to short out your drop in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullzeyebill View Post
    Set your Multimeter to the 10 or 20 DC amp scale on the dial and move your red probe from the volt jack to the 10 or 20A jack. Remove flashlight tailcap and touch black probe tip to the battery neg end, which you can see when you remove the tailcap. Put the red probe tip on the lip of the battery tube, not touching the black probe or the battery. The flashlight willl turn on, and notice measurement on your DMM. Do this carefully so as not to short out your drop in.

    Bill
    thanks Bill...

    The R2 pulls .58A and the P4 draws .54A

    is that good or bad? I expected the R2 to be a lot higher than that..?
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    Just some more pics for tonight.

    Elmo, Ivy, tree at ~20 feet
    DX6090 Module VVV

    DX11836 Module VVV


    Telephone poles at ~40-45 yards
    DX6090 Module VVV

    DX11836 Module VVV


    Telephone pole / wall at ~30 yards
    DX6090 Module VVV

    DX11836 Module VVV
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    Very helpful pix, thank you. Ordered one.

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