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If somebody wanted 2x XPL 4000 and 2x XPL 5700, would it be 2x $15 for A and B and then another $15 for K, or just 1x $15 for K covering all of the emitters?
Has anyone had problems with a McClicky switch melting when running this dropin on 18650?
It seems like (especially the XP-L) can overheat the switch when run on 26650 but if 18650 isn't an issue, I'll likely pull the trigger. I'd be running it on NCR18650PF's in just a plain old L2T host so likely the light would get too hot before the switch overheated.
I know but it seems to me that it's mostly been 26650's that had that issue. I doubt an L2T could handle 5-6 minutes on high anyways haha. I'd never use high more than 30-60s, so that should be alright ya?
10-4, I understand.No, I don't think it will be OK. The problem is that damage is done over time. Certainly if you use it in short bursts, it should last longer, but it will not be reliable even if you never run it for an extended period. This is a very high current light, and requires a switch that can handle more current than any McClicky.
Sounds like Vinh needs to develop and/or offer a high-amperage-capable switch to use with these hotrod drop-ins