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    Arc6: Which batteries are you using?

    AW batteries are no doubt good, but for me, level7 didn't work that well.
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    CPFReviews.com: Arc6 (Production version) Review

    +1 :) In my case, (just to test reliability) I clicked the piston so many times that the spring now appears to have softened ... or is it just my thumb that got stronger :thinking:
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    Arc6 blue tint

    You are right about I2C interface, I did assume that you were looking for a direct USB interface.
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    CPFReviews.com: Arc6 (Production version) Review

    Arc6 Runtimes :)
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    CPFReviews.com: Arc6 (Production version) Review

    The piston is indeed hard initially, but over a period of time, things go smooth. also use some thing like very low viscosity oil or some thing like that to lube the piston. I use Nyogel 760 + machine oil combo. it makes the piston silk smooth.
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    Arc6 blue tint

    The uP used in Arc6 is kind of different. it wont support direct USB interface. by the way do you know it can easily process 20 Million Instructions per Second @ 20 MHz :)
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    Arc6 Questions

    Level1.. I gave up ....rather the logging software gave up after 12 hrs on first test with 1 second sampling (approx 43200+ reading) ... I need more patience to do the test again with lower sampling rate :) I am assuming the light will run for some time more than 12 hours
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    CPFReviews.com: Arc6 (Production version) Review

    There was an issue with server clocks. Sasha explains on this thread :) I used Powerizer Battery that is available on www.arcflashlight.com
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    Best Balanced 1x18650 light under $90; TK10, CL1H, WE Sniper, Others??

    And you can also add a diffuser to spread the light beam.
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    Best Balanced 1x18650 light under $90; TK10, CL1H, WE Sniper, Others??

    +1 for JetBeam Jet III IBS (either M or Pro will do) Very good sidespill.
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    CPFReviews.com: Arc6 (Production version) Review

    Is that a pre production or a production Arc6?
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    CPFReviews.com: Arc6 (Production version) Review

    Just updated the light levels table above. Re tested using properly cycled Powerizer Rechargable Li-Ion RCR123 batteries.
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    CPFReviews.com: Arc6 (Production version) Review

    Paul, I did take a closer look again, visually does indeed appear to have a different kind of solder color, it appears some what darker than other solders on the PCB. Photos from other angles (Pic 1) (Pic 2) (Pic 3) it more or less appears same in color. Not sure what could be the reason. I...
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    CPFReviews.com: Arc6 (Production version) Review

    :thumbsup: Look forward for beamshots
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    CPFReviews.com: Arc6 (Production version) Review

    Thanks for kind words Haz & Art_Vandelay
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    Springs and grease and oil... Oh my...

    It is a piston driven Gun.... :) Light Gun that is ;)
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    Springs and grease and oil... Oh my...

    Ante, I want to share a secret :sssh:, I use a similar solution. NyoGel 759G and a drop or two of sewing machine oil :D
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    CPFReviews.com: Arc6 (Production version) Review

    Thujone, orcinus is right. in addition, the room temperature by default is fairly more here. orcinus, here are the measured total light output levels. (approximate lumens is total output / 10) Please note that these may vary from the Arc specified lumens due to variables such as battery...
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    CPFReviews.com: Arc6 (Production version) Review

    Re: CPFReviews.com: Arc6 (Production Version) Review Thanks orcinus. I will do the Lumen measurements by tomorrow.
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    CPFReviews.com: Arc6 (Production version) Review

    Arc6 provided for review by www.arcflashlight.com Introduction: Arc6 is a micro processor based, single CR123 battery, piston drive (PD), programmable LED flashlight. Arc6 uses Seoul SSC P4 LED as its illumination source. As the name suggests, Arc6 is 6th revision of legendry LS series...

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