2020 RRT0

id30209

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I just saw this on FB[emoji15]
Aparently it will have better driver with temp protection and HI CRI emitters...
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Sos24

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It will be interesting to see, especially if it has the tail switch and accepts multiple battery types.
 

neutralwhite

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the RRT01 uses a boost driver meant for 3V CR123 battery. With 18350 or 16340 it behaves just like a direct drive driver with no regulation at all.
MKII[FONT=Arial, Verdana, sans-serif] uses a good regulated constant current buck driver. I wonder if the new RRT0 would be like the MKII driver. [/FONT]
 
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