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    None of these work in Surefire E2D's? What do I buy if I dont want to pay for a(nother) Surefire replacement led head?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigMHoff View Post
    None of these work in Surefire E2D's? What do I buy if I dont want to pay for a(nother) Surefire replacement led head?

    An entire light that can take the Malkoff?

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    Default Re: Malkoff LED drop-in for Surefires Spec List

    I would like to know the current draw for the M30 line please.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grog View Post
    An entire light that can take the Malkoff?
    DAMN! Oh well. I wanted to get on the list for the TK11 R2 anyway.

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    So all I need to do is bore my 6p to accept (1)18650 and contact Gene for one of these fantastic P7 drop-ins and I am good to go correct? I am still new to rechargeable batteries and currently use an R2 with primaries in my 6p.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bman1179 View Post
    So all I need to do is bore my 6p to accept (1)18650 and contact Gene for one of these fantastic P7 drop-ins and I am good to go correct?
    Yes, I believe so. If you don't want to bore it out, you can use a 17670.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marinemaster View Post
    I would like to know the current draw for the M30 line please.

    Thanks

    It's not listed for the M30 product line.

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    Default Re: Malkoff LED drop-in for Surefires Spec List

    How about adding a column for "Runtime at 9V".

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    Default Malkoff LED drop-in for Surefires Spec List

    Any fresh information to update this thread?

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    UPDATE 1-10-2016: It appears that this spec comparison sheet was eliminated with Malkoff's most recent website update.

    Malkoff's website has it's own spec comparison sheet now for all of it's CURRENT offerings, None of the previously made product specs are on his list. See the one in this thread for all of his old/original products.

    http://www.malkoffdevices.com/compare-flashlights.php
    Last edited by NotRegulated; 01-10-2016 at 08:55 PM.

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    Wow, what a blast from the past. Resurrection! I still have a bunch of old M60 MC-E that are sitting in some Surefire hosts collecting dust. Guess it's time to see how they look.

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    Default Re: Malkoff LED drop-in for Surefires Spec List

    The M60 MCE is still at the top of the flood class. If I had as many as you, the dust wouldnt get a chance to collect on em!


    Quote Originally Posted by johnny0000 View Post
    Wow, what a blast from the past. Resurrection! I still have a bunch of old M60 MC-E that are sitting in some Surefire hosts collecting dust. Guess it's time to see how they look.

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    Default Re: Malkoff LED drop-in for Surefires Spec List

    Just saw this thread for the 1st time ever !


    GREAT JOB Notregulated

    Definetely should be make into a STICKY

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    You should thank Archimedes. He pointed it out to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgt. LED View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kid9P View Post
    Just saw this thread for the 1st time ever !

    GREAT JOB Notregulated

    Definetely should be make into a STICKY
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    If Cree XM-L T6 or U2 can generate 800 to 900 lumens, why bother with 400LM drop-in? My ignorance, or technology gap?

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    Most 900L rated dropins won't operate continuously. Malkoffs aren't about easy lumens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by archimedes View Post
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    Default Re: Malkoff LED drop-in for Surefires Spec List

    It is the huge list of The Malkoff LEDs. I have visited this site, in where the MD2,MD3,MD4 and CR123 Malkoff Devices new Flashlights are available at resonable price.

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    Default Re: Malkoff LED drop-in for Surefires Spec List

    Can anyone confirm if these exist?
    1) M60LLF
    2) M60LLL
    3) M60LLLF
    4) M60NL
    5) M60NLF
    6) M30L
    7) M30LF

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    Major Update to Specifications List on page 1.

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    OMG. What a big update.
    This will serve the Malkoff Fanatics well.
    Thank you.

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    Very nicely done. Great info
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    Default Re: Malkoff LED drop-in for Surefires Spec List

    Nice! Thank you for doing this for us.

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    Default Malkoff LED drop-in for Surefires Spec List

    The is also the "M60 R2". Similar to the normal M60 but has got the R2 bin emitter.

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    Keep in mind that the current draw info is for only 1 voltage level. For a lot of these modules its at 6V, for others its at 9V. These are all regulated modules which means the current does NOT stay constant as the voltage goes down. Since you list the currents, you should put the voltages that these currents were listed at in red or parantheses so people will know for example that one light that draws 750mA does so at the 6V level. It is the power that is being kept fairly constant as my old testing that is posted somewhere used to show. By knowing the expected power level and then the mAH rating of one's batteries, then the person could figure out roughly what the expected run time would be for that battery configurations voltage level. The M61 is for example rated at 650mA at 6V. That's 3.9 watts of power being consumed. If you are using 2 18350 batteries instead of 2 disposable 3V lithiums. You have a starting voltage of a little over 8V. If we assume that battery voltage is going to sag and just use the published "rated" output of 3.7V per battery that is 7.4. 3.9W / 7.4V is an average of 0.527 amps. If the 2 batteries in series say they are rated for 1600mAH (current rating does not change in series), then in theory the run time should be over 3 hours. Since most batteries have a protection cut off prior to going dead, I would cut that estimate short by 25%. So 1600mAH/527mA X 0.75 = 2.27 hours which I would simply round out to roughly 2 and a half hour expected run time for this one example. If you have the hi/lo ring and it drops down to low you get more runtime but at reduced power output level.

    good work by the way.

    Quote Originally Posted by bigchelis View Post
    I like the current draw info and this layout. It helps me estimate my runtime with my application. Also, you can put the Malkoff P7 drop-in

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    Default Re: Malkoff LED drop-in for Surefires Spec List

    I have a new 9P and can now see a Malkoff in its future, this thread is a very worthwhile read!!

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    Default Re: Malkoff LED drop-in for Surefires Spec List

    Welcome to the Forum! Be sure to check out this Malkoff thread as well!

    http://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/...-thread-Part-2

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