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    Default CLOSED CLOSED vinhnguyen54 D26/P60 XM-U3 Drop In Run 7

    Please read the entire post 1 before you order!

    THE DROP INS IN THIS SALE THREAD ARE VERY HOT! I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY POSSIBLE INJURIES, FIRE HAZARDS OR ANY POSSIBLE MISHAPS. DO NOT ALLOW ANYONE TO OPERATE THESE DROP INs WITHOUT COMPLETE UNDERSTANDING OF THE HEAT RISK AND DANGER INVOLVED. YOU THE BUYER/USER ARE FULLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE USE OF THE DROP IN SOLD IN THIS THREAD. Please read and follow the warnings in this entire post before purchase. Thank You!

    HELLO HELLO HELLO


    Below are Run 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, sale threads. You may refer to these thread as reference.

    XML-U2 Run 1: http://www.cpfmarketplace.com/mp/sho...U2-P60-Drop-In

    XML-U2 Run 2:
    http://www.cpfmarketplace.com/mp/showthread.php?6288-9.19.11-Run-2-Modded-XML-U2-1000-Lumen-P60-Drop-in

    XML-U2 Run 3:
    http://www.cpfmarketplace.com/mp/showthread.php?256849-10.3.11-Run-3-Modded-XML-U2-1000-Lumen-P60-Drop-in-DECLARE-WINNER-TONIGHT-12pm

    Market Moved to Custom/Here XML-U2 Run 4:
    http://www.cpfmarketplace.com/mp/s: howthread.php?257414-!!!Moved-to-CPF-
    Custom!!!-Run-4-Modded-XML-U2-1000-Lumen-P60-Drop-in-FREE-GIVE-AWAYS

    XML-U2 Run4:
    http://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/showthread.php?325104-New-Year-SPECIALS!-Custom-P60-XML-1000-Lumen-Drop-in-Warm-Neutral-CoolWhite

    XML Run 5:
    http://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/showthread.php?329934-Vinhnguyen54-Run-5-Cree-XML-P60-Drop-In-1000-Lumen-McClicky-Switch

    XL Run 6:
    http://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/showthread.php?333735-vinhnguyen54-D26-P60-XML-Drop-In-Run-6-Sale-Thread-NEW-PILL-AND-REFLECTOR-AVAILABLE

    Tips & Background
    - How to clean a P60 reflector:
    http://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/...-P60-Reflector

    - How to wrap a P60 Drop in:
    http://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/...-A-P60-Drop-In

    - XML-T6 Current VS Lumen Charts:
    Click Here

    - Direct bonded XML-T6 to Copper Current VS Lumen Chart: Click Here

    - How to Prep a MCclicky switch for a Solar Force Host:
    http://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/showthread.php?334398-vinhnguyen54-Modding-McClicky-a-Switch-for-Solar-Force-Hosts&p=3891784#post3891784
    General Guidelines that applies to all of my P60/D26 XML Drop in

    - Please wrap the drop in tightly with aluminum foil before inserting it into your host. PM me if you are unsure how to do this.
    - Free Shipping World Wide
    - Please include your CPF name and Shipping address
    - I take money order too
    - Orange Peel reflectors has best beam with sacrifice of some throw. The orange peel effect is actually on the light side.
    - Smooth reflectors are great for THROWS but beam profile not as perfect as OP.
    - All LEDs will be mounted on Copper PCB and gets solder filled from now on.


    4 Driving Options are available with each in a different color below

    1 Mode Direct Drive Max Brightness XM-L2s only: 4.2V Max, 6A, 1300 Lumen
    $35


    Multi-Mode High Current & Low Voltage option
    : 2.7-4.5V max
    I have acquired a new regulated driver and it can he program in the following options. When ordering please an option from each of the “Section” below. Also include your name, address, and build order details in your PayPal description. Thanks!

    Section 1) LED Choice


    1. T6 Warm 3500K
    2. Neutral 4000K
    3. Neutral 5000K
    4. U3 COOL WHITE 6000-6500K


    Section 2) Current/Amp Choice



    • I can set the circuit driver from 380mA -5,840mA
    • 380ma-3,040mA = Free
    • To set from 3,040mA up to 5,840mA please add $1 per 350ma increment
    • Example: 3,040mA + 350mA*3= 4,090mA => + $3 to price
    • XML produce 1000 LED lumen at around 4,200ma


    Section 3) Program Options
    A: Last mode memory
    B: No mode memory

    1) Moonlight, Medium, High, Moonlight, Medium, High, 10Hz Strobe, 2HZ Blink, SOS, Beacon
    2) High, Medium, Moonlight, High, Medium, Moonlight, 10Hz Strobe, 2HZ Blink, SOS, Beacon
    3) High, Medium
    4) High, 10hz Strobe
    5) Medium, High, 2hz Blink
    6) High, Medium, 2Hz Blink
    7) Moonlight, Medium, High
    8) High, Medium, Moonlight


    • Moonlight 3mA-5mA so its very dim
    • Medium = 35% power so it’s good for normal use
    • High = 100% the current power you choose
    • The driver Operates from 2.5-4.5V
    • Under 2.8V the output will automatically reduce to 35% and blink once a minute
    • 1x Li-ion or 3xNiHM only. 2*CR123 or 2*Li-ion = Poof= Dead Drive/LED


    Section 4) Reflector Choice

    AA) Smooth= Best throw, Slight donut hole effect, Most OTF Lumen
    BB) Textured Reflector or Orange Peel Reflector = Gorgeous beam, no to minimum donut hole, Less OTF lumen, Less throw,

    Price: $45 base price for up to 3,040mA


    1 Mode High Voltage & Low Current :
    3-18V

    - Regulated Single Mode pull 1.5-2.2A Not the brightest options has a big voltage range. Same brightness with 1 li-ion, 2 li-ion 3 li-ion, or 4 li-ion.
    Price: $45 with a "Reflector Choice" from section 4 above and free basic thermal injection.

    Multi-Mode High Current and Medium Voltage: 2.8-6V
    - 2800mA - 5600mA
    - Low-Medium-High with memory
    - Low-High with memory
    - Low-Medium-High-SOS-Strobe with memory
    - Low-High-Strobe with memory

    • I can set the circuit driver from 350mA -5,600mA
    • 350ma-2800mA = Free
    • To set from 2800mA up to 5,600mA please add $1 per 350ma increment
    • Example: 2800mA + 350mA*4= 4,200mA => + $4 to price
    • XML produce 1000 LED lumen at around 4,200ma

    - Choice of Smooth or OP reflector
    $45 based price for 2800mah

    1 Mode High Current and Medium Voltage: 2.8-6V
    350mah-5600mah
    $45 based price for 2800mah

    McClicky Switch - These switch are good for 5A of current
    $7 with drop in order. If purchase separately must buy at least 3. All the switch I sell will be prep for Solar Force host as discussed above.




    I will take Paypal, Checks or Money Order. Thanks!

    Paypal Email: seattlecraigslist.com@gmail.com

    Need XPG, XRE, XPE, SST-50 SST-90? PM Me!

    Have a light you want modded/upgraded? PM Me!


    Want modding Tip & Tricks? PM Me!

    Last edited by vinhnguyen54; 08-02-2013 at 09:00 AM.

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    Default Re: vinhnguyen54 D26/P60 XML XPE-R4 Drop In Run 7 Sale Thread, COPPER PCB NOW AVAILA

    I just found out that the new XPE in R4 bin produces XRE like throw but with a XPG beautiful like tint!

    $35 per drop in with any mode and current of your choice.

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    Default Re: vinhnguyen54 D26/P60 XML XPE-R4 Drop In Run 7 Sale Thread, COPPER PCB NOW AVAILA

    Pay Pal sent

    XML drop in w/ copper Low Med Hi with memory
    neutral 5000k with copper
    4000 mA
    McClicky for SF host

    $55 correct?

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    Default Re: vinhnguyen54 D26/P60 XML XPE-R4 Drop In Run 7 Sale Thread, COPPER PCB NOW AVAILA

    Thanks!

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    Default Re: vinhnguyen54 D26/P60 XML XPE-R4 Drop In Run 7 Sale Thread, COPPER PCB NOW AVAILA

    I got mine earlier today, put some copper tape on it and ran it on two LiFePO4.

    The sucker's bright. Ceiling bounce comparison between my configuration (4.2A, U2 bin) to a TN11 running on 4xCR123A, the former is slightly brighter.

    TN11 on max power already puts out an impressive 943 OTF lumens, according to turboBB's measurements. I figure the drop-in is doing a little more than 1,000 OTF lumens at current state.

    To be honest, it really should be putting out more lumens since I'm using the stock Surefire pyrex lens. I figure it would be doing around an additional 40~50 lumens if I swapped out the pyrex lens with UCL. Not a big deal, since I prefer durability over near-imperceptible lumen loss.

    All in all, great work.

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    Default Re: vinhnguyen54 D26/P60 XML XPE-R4 Drop In Run 7 Sale Thread, COPPER PCB NOW AVAILA

    Which drop in are you describing again?>

    Quote Originally Posted by enomosiki View Post
    I got mine earlier today, put some copper tape on it and ran it on two LiFePO4.

    The sucker's bright. Ceiling bounce comparison between my configuration (4.2A, U2 bin) to a TN11 running on 4xCR123A, the former is slightly brighter.

    TN11 on max power already puts out an impressive 943 OTF lumens, according to turboBB's measurements. I figure the drop-in is doing a little more than 1,000 OTF lumens at current state.

    To be honest, it really should be putting out more lumens since I'm using the stock Surefire pyrex lens. I figure it would be doing around an additional 40~50 lumens if I swapped out the pyrex lens with UCL. Not a big deal, since I prefer durability over near-imperceptible lumen loss.

    All in all, great work.

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    Default Re: vinhnguyen54 D26/P60 XML XPE-R4 Drop In Run 7 Sale Thread, COPPER PCB NOW AVAILA

    Quote Originally Posted by vinhnguyen54 View Post
    Which drop in are you describing again?>
    XM-L U2
    1-mode, high current, medium voltage
    4.2A
    Smooth reflector
    Copper PCB

    Disgustingly bright, to say the least. I've sure had fun blinding people even when their eyes were shut.

    Me: "Hey, wanna see something ridiculous?"
    Co-worker: "What?"
    Me: "Close your eyes."
    Co-worker: *closes eyes*
    Me: *blast him in the face*
    Co-worker: "AARRRRGGHHH!!" *turns face away*
    Last edited by enomosiki; 07-11-2012 at 11:36 PM.

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    Default Re: vinhnguyen54 D26/P60 XML Drop In Run 7 Sale Thread, COPPER PCB NOW AVAILABLE

    Multi-Mode High Current & Low Voltage option: 2.7-4.5V max

    Can the end user change this from Memory to No-memory?

    Can the end user change between the 8 different program settings or must this be set when assembled?

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    Default Re: vinhnguyen54 D26/P60 XML Drop In Run 7 Sale Thread, COPPER PCB NOW AVAILABLE

    Quote Originally Posted by Casper507 View Post
    Multi-Mode High Current & Low Voltage option: 2.7-4.5V max

    Can the end user change this from Memory to No-memory?

    Can the end user change between the 8 different program settings or must this be set when assembled?
    The user can change with a soldering iron. Its very easy.

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    Default Re: vinhnguyen54 D26/P60 XML Drop In Run 7 Sale Thread, COPPER PCB NOW AVAILABLE

    hi posted this question in your white copper pcb thread. you might just have missed it.
    could you have a Mclicky modded to a pressure switch? i have a solarforce host for your drop in here but i need a pressure switch to go with it if possible.
    D10, EOS A3, DBS Aspheric V3, TK 41, TK40 and my reliable FJ40....love them all.

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    Default Re: vinhnguyen54 D26/P60 XML Drop In Run 7 Sale Thread, COPPER PCB NOW AVAILABLE

    Quote Originally Posted by amraspalantir View Post
    hi posted this question in your white copper pcb thread. you might just have missed it.
    could you have a Mclicky modded to a pressure switch? i have a solarforce host for your drop in here but i need a pressure switch to go with it if possible.
    I have no clue on how to do so. Sorry!

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    Default Re: vinhnguyen54 D26/P60 XML Drop In Run 7 Sale Thread, COPPER PCB NOW AVAILABLE

    question:

    for: "Multi-Mode High Current and Medium Voltage: 2.8-6V
    - 2800mA - 5600mA"

    is there any reason to do 5600 mA? or is 4200 mA better? I'm curious as to what's brightest but will still not drain the battery instantly lol
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    Default Re: vinhnguyen54 D26/P60 XML Drop In Run 7 Sale Thread, COPPER PCB NOW AVAILABLE

    If you do deep pill shallow reflector set up with 3/4 solder filled running 6A and copper pcb xml-u2 you could actualyl squezzes out about 1300 lumen. Otherwise 4.2A is good for the typical set up.

    Quote Originally Posted by tobrien View Post
    question:

    for: "Multi-Mode High Current and Medium Voltage: 2.8-6V
    - 2800mA - 5600mA"

    is there any reason to do 5600 mA? or is 4200 mA better? I'm curious as to what's brightest but will still not drain the battery instantly lol

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    Default Re: vinhnguyen54 D26/P60 XML Drop In Run 7 Sale Thread, COPPER PCB NOW AVAILABLE

    Got mine today

    XML drop in w/ copper Low Med Hi with memory
    neutral 5000k with copper
    4000 mA

    I now have a new favorite light. Thanks

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    Default Re: vinhnguyen54 D26/P60 XML Drop In Run 7 Sale Thread, COPPER PCB NOW AVAILABLE

    Quote Originally Posted by vinhnguyen54 View Post
    If you do deep pill shallow reflector set up with 3/4 solder filled running 6A and copper pcb xml-u2 you could actualyl squezzes out about 1300 lumen. Otherwise 4.2A is good for the typical set up.
    got it, thanks! this is on my list of drop-ins to buy, thank you!
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    Default Re: vinhnguyen54 D26/P60 XML Drop In Run 7 Sale Thread, COPPER PCB NOW AVAILABLE

    Hi,

    Is it possible to have selection No 1 set at 1500 ma drive level on high.

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    Default Re: vinhnguyen54 D26/P60 XML Drop In Run 7 Sale Thread, COPPER PCB NOW AVAILABLE

    Quote Originally Posted by TORCH_BOY View Post
    Hi,

    Is it possible to have selection No 1 set at 1500 ma drive level on high.
    I can set any drive current you want.

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    Default Re: vinhnguyen54 D26/P60 XML Drop In Run 7 Sale Thread, COPPER PCB NOW AVAILABLE

    1. Pay Pal Sent
    2. Neutral 5000K, + $5 for Copper PCB
      4,090mA => + $3 to price
    3. Last mode memory
      Moonlight, Medium, High
    4. Orange Peel Reflector
    5. Solder Fill: Any drop in can benefit from solder fill. $5

      Total $53
    Last edited by NVGuide; 07-20-2012 at 11:07 AM.

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    Default Re: vinhnguyen54 D26/P60 XML Drop In Run 7 Sale Thread, COPPER PCB NOW AVAILABLE

    1) LED Choice : U2 COOL WHITE 6800K, Copper PCB Default

    2) Current/Amp Choice: High set to 1500 ma

    3) Program Options:
    A: Last mode memory:
    2: High, Medium, Moonlight, High, Medium, Moonlight, 10Hz Strobe, 2HZ Blink, SOS, Beacon

    4) Reflector Choice: AA) Smooth

    Quantity: 3 Units @ $40 each

    McClicky switch 3 Units @ $7 each

    Total: $141.00



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    Default Re: vinhnguyen54 D26/P60 XML Drop In Run 7 Sale Thread, COPPER PCB NOW AVAILABLE

    Thanks all!

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    Default Re: vinhnguyen54 D26/P60 XML Drop In Run 7 Sale Thread, COPPER PCB NOW AVAILABLE

    Quote Originally Posted by NVGuide View Post
    1. Pay Pal Sent
    2. Neutral 5000K, + $5 for Copper PCB
      4,090mA => + $3 to price
    3. Last mode memory
      Moonlight, Medium, High
    4. Orange Peel Reflector
    5. Solder Fill: Any drop in can benefit from solder fill. $5

      Total $53

    How's is coming?

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    Default Re: vinhnguyen54 D26/P60 XML Drop In Run 7 Sale Thread, COPPER PCB NOW AVAILABLE

    Quote Originally Posted by NVGuide View Post
    How's is coming?

    I am still waiting on the Copper PCB to arrive. I got the others parts ready...sorryy

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    Default Re: vinhnguyen54 D26/P60 XML Drop In Run 7 Sale Thread, COPPER PCB NOW AVAILABLE

    No problem. Just checking.

    Thanks

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    Default Re: vinhnguyen54 D26/P60 XML Drop In Run 7 Sale Thread, COPPER PCB NOW AVAILABLE

    Are you having any luck with the copper?

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    Default Re: vinhnguyen54 D26/P60 XML Drop In Run 7 Sale Thread, COPPER PCB NOW AVAILABLE

    I bought a 4090ma warm XML from you four months ago.

    Just checking in to say I haven't touched my WA1111 light in four months.

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    Default Re: vinhnguyen54 D26/P60 XML Drop In Run 7 Sale Thread, COPPER PCB NOW AVAILABLE

    Quote Originally Posted by Freaker View Post
    I bought a 4090ma warm XML from you four months ago.

    Just checking in to say I haven't touched my WA1111 light in four months.
    :-)

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    Default Re: vinhnguyen54 D26/P60 XML Drop In Run 7 Sale Thread, COPPER PCB NOW AVAILABLE

    Quote Originally Posted by NVGuide View Post
    Are you having any luck with the copper?
    Yes 1st bath is in Today. 2nd batch will be in on Wednesday. :-)

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    Default Re: vinhnguyen54 D26/P60 XML Drop In Run 7 Sale Thread, COPPER PCB NOW AVAILABLE

    1) LED Choice : U2 COOL WHITE 6800K, Copper PCB Default

    2) Current/Amp Choice: High set to 2000 ma

    3) Program Options:
    A: Last mode memory:
    2: High, Medium, Moonlight, High, Medium, Moonlight, 10Hz Strobe, 2HZ Blink, SOS, Beacon

    4) Reflector Choice: AA) Smooth

    Quantity: 2 Units @ $40 each


    Total: $80.00
    Last edited by TORCH_BOY; 08-11-2012 at 04:10 AM.

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    Default Re: vinhnguyen54 D26/P60 XML Drop In Run 7 Sale Thread, COPPER PCB NOW AVAILABLE

    Looks good! :-)

    But I do suggest OP over Smooth is you want a smooth hot spot.


    Quote Originally Posted by TORCH_BOY View Post
    1) LED Choice : U2 COOL WHITE 6800K, Copper PCB Default

    2) Current/Amp Choice: High set to 2000 ma

    3) Program Options:
    A: Last mode memory:
    2: High, Medium, Moonlight, High, Medium, Moonlight, 10Hz Strobe, 2HZ Blink, SOS, Beacon

    4) Reflector Choice: AA) Smooth

    Quantity: 2 Units @ $40 each



    Total: $80.00

    Paypal will follow if ok

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    Default Re: vinhnguyen54 D26/P60 XML Drop In Run 7 Sale Thread, COPPER PCB NOW AVAILABLE

    I remember you reading your posts talking about how you killed a bunch of LED's in testing. Wrapped in foil, how hot can these get before dying?

    With mine on high, the bezel will sit right at 130 degrees. How much hotter could it get before failing?

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