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    Default Does this light exist? 1 x 26650, neutral white tint, 2,000 lumens

    Hi, I been hunting high and low for a light like this, have finally given up and come to CPF to ask, has anyone seen a flashlight with specs like these?

    The USB charging, side switch, multi modes comes after the basic requirements are met.
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    Default Re: Does this light exist? 1 x 26650, neutral white tint, 2,000 lumens

    I thought the Olight r50was available in neutral white. If not vihn modifies them.

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    Default Re: Does this light exist? 1 x 26650, neutral white tint, 2,000 lumens

    Quote Originally Posted by DMS1970 View Post
    I thought the Olight r50was available in neutral white. If not vihn modifies them.
    Thanks a lot
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    Default Re: Does this light exist? 1 x 26650, neutral white tint, 2,000 lumens

    Acebeam EC50II, more of a floodlight than a thrower though so depends what you're after.

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    https://skylumen.com/collections/v54...vn-26650-xhp35. He's got some other nice 26650s on his site.

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    Default Re: Does this light exist? 1 x 26650, neutral white tint, 2,000 lumens

    Thanks, all of you!!!
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    Default Re: Does this light exist? 1 x 26650, neutral white tint, 2,000 lumens

    I'd say the Acebeam EC50 gen. II as well.

    -1x 26650.
    -Available in both 5000 Kelvin and 6000 Kelvin versions.
    -3000 Lumen (turbo). High-mode is 1500 Lumen.
    -USB-charging.
    -Multiple modes.

    http://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/...rgeable-Review

    Short info:
    Is a single-switch light. Got strobe and electronic lock-out. Has memory mode (dosen't work for turbo).
    It is a floody light, giving an even(!), wide-spread beam. Comes with battery and holster.

    How it works:
    From off, single-click to turn on. When on, press and hold to go through available modes (excluding turbo or strobe).
    From off, double-click to get turbo (note: it gets HOT and FAST in this mode).
    From off, triple-click to get strobe.
    From off, press and hold to activate electronic lock-out (light will flash 3 times).

    For me, this was my upgrade from my long-loving Fenix PD35 (the Fenix still works fine, but I wanted more power). Well worth the cost!


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    I like the Olight UI, press and hold to turn off has made all of the acebeam lights Iíve owned go down the road. Even the ones Iíve really meant to keep....

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    Default Re: Does this light exist? 1 x 26650, neutral white tint, 2,000 lumens

    2k lumens for how many minutes before stepping down? THAT is the spec all makers should give -- no less than X lumens for the first M minutes.

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    Default Re: Does this light exist? 1 x 26650, neutral white tint, 2,000 lumens

    Thrunite TC20 is releasing. I'm waiting to hear if the 1,800 lumen high can run without step down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Johnson View Post
    Thrunite TC20 is releasing. I'm waiting to hear if the 1,800 lumen high can run without step down.
    It's pretty similar in size to the Olight R50, so it should have similar thermal performance. That suggests a maximum sustained output in a similar (800 lumen) ballpark.

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    Default Re: Does this light exist? 1 x 26650, neutral white tint, 2,000 lumens

    Quote Originally Posted by iamlucky13 View Post
    It's pretty similar in size to the Olight R50, so it should have similar thermal performance. That suggests a maximum sustained output in a similar (800 lumen) ballpark.
    If that's the case that isn't very impressive. The Eagletac TX3G Pro listed above supposedly maintains at least 1790 lumens until the battery cant hold regulation any longer. It runs at 2500lumens to start for 60 seconds and then the thermal regulation kicks in and adjusts between 70-100%(2500-1790 lumens). It also runs indefinitely at 995 lumens on its high mode with no stepdown or thermal regulation at all.

    http://eagtac.com/html/tx3gpro/specs.html
    Last edited by Tachead; 01-02-2018 at 06:47 PM.

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    Default Re: Does this light exist? 1 x 26650, neutral white tint, 2,000 lumens

    Quote Originally Posted by DMS1970 View Post
    I thought the Olight r50was available in neutral white. If not vihn modifies them.
    My R50vn is neutral white.

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    I've noticed that Acebeam now shows an upcoming EC50 III on their website. Probably XHP70.2. No pricing yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tachead View Post
    If that's the case that isn't very impressive. The Eagletac TX3G Pro listed above supposedly maintains at least 1790 lumens until the battery cant hold regulation any longer. It runs at 2500lumens to start for 60 seconds and then the thermal regulation kicks in and adjusts between 70-100%(2500-1790 lumens). It also runs indefinitely at 995 lumens on its high mode with no stepdown or thermal regulation at all.

    http://eagtac.com/html/tx3gpro/specs.html
    But how long can the battery hold 1790? & I cannot find the specs for the neutral white LED version.

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    Looks like the Thrunite has more mass in the head than the Eagle. I would expect it to hold a higher level for a few more seconds...at the same lumen output..




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    Default Re: Does this light exist? 1 x 26650, neutral white tint, 2,000 lumens

    Quote Originally Posted by lumen aeternum View Post
    But how long can the battery hold 1790? & I cannot find the specs for the neutral white LED version.
    No idea, I don't have one. Maybe someone will do a review eventually.

    What specs are you looking for? Try emailing Eagletac.

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    Default Re: Does this light exist? 1 x 26650, neutral white tint, 2,000 lumens

    Quote Originally Posted by Badbeams3 View Post
    Looks like the Thrunite has more mass in the head than the Eagle. I would expect it to hold a higher level for a few more seconds...at the same lumen output..



    The Eagletac is thermal regulated from 70-100% output after 1 minute. So, it should hold at least 1790 lumens(70%) indefinitely until the battery can no longer hold regulation.

    Eagletac generally makes very good Boost drivers too and are definitely a step up in quality over Thrunite imo.
    Last edited by Tachead; 01-11-2018 at 02:13 PM.

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    >So, it should hold at least 1790 lumens(70%) indefinitely until the battery can no longer hold regulation.
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    which is how long?

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    Default Re: Does this light exist? 1 x 26650, neutral white tint, 2,000 lumens

    Quote Originally Posted by lumen aeternum View Post
    >So, it should hold at least 1790 lumens(70%) indefinitely until the battery can no longer hold regulation.
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    which is how long?
    Did you not read post #18? I have no idea as I don't have one and there are no reviews with measurements out that I am aware of. Eagletac says 1 - 1.4 hours with the CW version. So I would guess about the same with the NW version but, it will be putting out about 10-15% less lumens.

    http://www.eagletac.com/html/tx3gpro/specs.html
    Last edited by Tachead; 01-12-2018 at 10:29 AM.

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