Building the Malkoff P60 Dropin Index

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I've noticed that recently alot of malkoff P60 dropins are being sold in CPFM, I'm personally confused with the nomenclature between numbers [like the difference between M60LL and M61LL] and it appears that the sellers have no idea either, and that products have only the name and price listed, with few to none between regarding the characteristics of the particular drop-in. I looked up and down the forum and it occurred to me that no index exists anywhere of these dropins. it was then I realized that Malkoff shuts down a webpage everytime a drop-in was discontinued, leaving me with 404s when looking up the specs
For example: M60L web page http://www.malkoffdevices.com/shop2/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=1_14_18&products_id=8
As far as I understand it, Malkoff's line of dropins began of with 6V flashlights. So everything beguns with the "M6-" prefix
To my knowledge the list expanded to M60, M60L, M60F, M60LF, M60LL, M60WF, M60WLF, before pushing into M61, M61L, M61LL, M61W, M61WL and then dropping into M30, M31, M31W...

The following is a loosely compiled list of available P60 drop-ins from his webpage, its easier to compare dropins without needing multiple tabs or multiple windows.

Name: M31
Tint: Cool white[?]
Beam: Primarily throw
LED: CREE XPG
Optics/Reflector: Proprietary McGizmo OP
Throw Range: 350+ feet
Compatible Lights: Designed for Malkoff Valiant VME Head, and SureFire 3P flashlight.
Electrical Characteristics: Vin = 0.8 -3.3 volts. >1.8v for full output. NOT li-ion compatible. 1 Amp at 3 volts and 1.4 Amps at 2.4 volts.
Output: "~230 measured OTF lumens at 1.8-3.3v and 150 lumens at 1.2v."
Runtime: Unknown
Malkoff Product Page: http://www.malkoffdevices.com/shop/m30-to-fit-a-surefire-p-29.html

Name: M31W
Tint: Neutral
Beam: Primarily throw
LED: CREE XPG
Optics/Reflector: Proprietary McGizmo OP
Throw Range: 350+ feet
Compatible Lights: Designed for Malkoff Valiant VME Head, and SureFire 3P flashlight.
Electrical Characteristics: Vin = 0.8 -3.3 volts. >1.8v for full output. NOT li-ion compatible. 1 Amp at 3 volts and 1.4 Amps at 2.4 volts.
Output: "~210 measured OTF lumens at 1.8-3.3v and 130 lumens at 1.2v."
Runtime: Unknown
Malkoff Product Page: http://www.malkoffdevices.com/shop/m30w-warm-tint-beam-to-fit-a-surefire-flashlight-p-31.html

:thanks: Selectron for M60 info
Name: M60
Tint: WG
Beam: Primarily throw
LED: CREE XRE 7090 Q5
Optics/Reflector: CREE 8 degree optic
Throw Range: 350+ feet
Compatible Lights: Designed for SureFire 6P, 6Z, C2, M2 and G2 flashlights
Electrical Characteristics: Vin = 3.8-9V, Direct drive <3.8V, 780ma [Vin = 6V]
Output: 235+ Lumens
Runtime: 1.5 Hours on 2xCR123s
Source: http://web.archive.org/web/20080107...om/main_page/product_info/products_id/18.html
CPF Review/Beamshots: https://www.candlepowerforums.com/threads/183924
CPF Review [SureFire 9P with Malkoff M60 review]: https://www.candlepowerforums.com/threads/208772
M60 in 6P runtime: https://www.candlepowerforums.com/posts/2835305&postcount=128
M60 in 9P runtime: https://www.candlepowerforums.com/posts/2859303&postcount=177

Name: M60F
Tint: WG[?]
Beam: Flood
LED: CREE XRE 7090
Optics/Reflector: CREE 20 degree optic
Throw Range: ~120 feet
Compatible Lights: P60 Dropin compatible
Electrical Characteristics: 750ma [Vin = 750ma]
Output:220+ Lumens
Runtime: 1.5+ hours on 2xCR123A
Source: http://flashlightconnection.com/Malkoff-Devices/Malkoff-M60F-Drop-In-p97.html

:thanks: Selectron for M60L info
Name: M60L
Tint: WG
Beam: Primarily throw
LED: CREE XRE 7090 Q5
Optics/Reflector: Khatod 6 degree optic
Throw Range: 150+ feet
Compatible Lights: Designed for SureFire 6P, 6Z, C2, M2 and G2 flashlights
Electrical Characteristics: Vin = 3.8-9V, Direct drive <3.8V, 350ma [Vin = 6V]
Output: 140+/- Lumens
Runtime: 4.5 Hours on 2xCR123s
Source: http://web.archive.org/web/20080314...dex.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=20

Name: M60LF
Tint: WG[?]
Beam: Flood
LED: CREE XRE 7090
Optics: CREE 20 Degree
Throw Range: ~80+/- feet
Compatible lights: Designed for SureFire 6P, 6Z, C2, M2 and G2 flashlights
Electrical Characteristics: Current draw approximately 350ma [Vin = 6V]
Output: ~140 lumens
Runtime: 4.5 hours on 2 CR123 primary batteries.
Source: http://flashlightconnection.com/Malkoff-Devices/Malkoff-M60LF-Drop-In-p99.html

Name: M60LL
Tint: WG
Beam: Primarily throw
LED: CREE XRE 7090 Q5
Optics/Reflector: Khatod 6 degree optic
Throw Range: 100+ feet
Compatible Lights: Designed for SureFire 6P, 6Z, C2, M2 and G2 flashlights
Electrical Characteristics: Vin = 3.8-9V, Direct drive <3.8V. current draw approximately 170ma [Vin = 6V]
Output: 80+/- Emitter Lumens
Runtime: ~8 Hours on 2xCR123A
Source: http://web.archive.org/web/20080314...dex.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=25

Name: M60WF
Tint: Warm
Beam: Flood
LED: CREE XRE 7090
Optics: CREE 20 Degree
Throw Range: ~120+/- feet
Compatible lights: Designed for SureFire 6P, 6Z, C2, M2 and G2 flashlights
Electrical Characteristics: Vin = 3.8-9V, Direct drive <3.8V. current draw approximately 750ma [Vin = 6V]
Output: Approximately 170 lumens
Runtime: "1 1/2+ hours on 2 CR123 primary batteries."
Malkoff Product Page: http://www.malkoffdevices.com/shop/m60wf-warm-tint-flood-to-fit-a-surefire-flashlight-p-35.html

Name: M60WLF
Tint: Warm
Beam: low output flood
LED: CREE XRE 7090
Optics: CREE 20 degree
Throw Range: "typically limited to approximately 60+/- feet."
Compatible Lights: Designed for SureFire 6P, 6Z, C2, M2 and G2 flashlights
Electrical Characteristics: Vin = 3.8-9V, Direct drive <3.8V. Current draw approximately 350ma [Vin = 6V]
Output: Approximately 100 lumens
Runtime: "approximately 4 1/2 hours on 2 CR123 primary batteries."
Malkoff Product Page: http://www.malkoffdevices.com/shop/...put-flood-for-a-surefire-flashlight-p-36.html

Name: M61L
Tint: Cool white[?]
Beam: Primarily throw
LED: CREE XPG
Optics/Reflector: Proprietary McGizmo OP
Throw Range: 200+ feet
Compatible Lights: Designed for Malkoff MD2, Elzetta ZFL-M60, and SureFire 6P, 6Z, C2, M2 and G2 flashlights.
Electrical Characteristics: Vin = 3.4-9V. Below 3.4V the output is direct drive. Current draw appriximately 300ma [Vin = 6V]
Output: "approximately 175 OTF Lumens"
Runtime: "approximately 5 hours on two CR123 primary batteries with a nice long taper as voltage drops."
Malkoff Product Page: http://www.malkoffdevices.com/shop/m60l-low-output-to-fit-surefire-p-8.html

Name: M61LL
Tint: Cool white[?]
Beam: Primarily throw
LED: CREE XPG
Optics/Reflector: Proprietary McGizmo OP
Throw Range: 100+ feet
Compatible Lights: Designed for Malkoff MD2, Elzetta ZFL-M60, and SureFire 6P, 6Z, C2, M2 and G2 flashlights.
Electrical Characteristics: Vin = 3.4-9V. Below 3.4V the output is direct drive. Current draw appriximately 150ma [Vin = 6V]
Output: "approximately 100 OTF Lumens"
Runtime: "approximately 10 hours on two CR123 primary batteries with a nice long taper as voltage drops."
Malkoff Product Page: http://www.malkoffdevices.com/shop/m60ll-lowest-output-to-fit-surefire-p-9.html

Name: M61W
Tint: Neutral
Beam: primarily throw
LED: CREE XPG
Optics/Reflector: Proprietary McGizmo OP
Throw Range: 350+ feet
Compatible Lights: Designed for Malkoff MD2, Elzetta ZFL-M60, and SureFire 6P, 6Z, C2, M2 and G2 flashlights.
Electrical Characteristics: Vin = 3.4-9V. Below 3.4V the output is direct drive. current draw approximately 650ma [Vin = 6V]
Output: Approximately 240 OTF Lumens
Runtime: Approximately 2 hours on 2xCR123A
Malkoff Product Page: http://www.malkoffdevices.com/shop/m60w-warm-tint-beam-to-fit-a-surefire-flashlight-p-33.html
CPF info: https://www.candlepowerforums.com/threads/283108

Name: M61WL
Tint: Warm
Beam: primarily throw
LED: CREE XPG
Optics/Reflector: Proprietary McGizmo OP
Throw Range: 150+ feet range
Compatible Lights: Designed for Malkoff MD2, Elzetta ZFL-M60, and SureFire 6P, 6Z, C2, M2 and G2 flashlights.
Electrical Characteristics: Vin = 3.4-9v. Below 3.4V the output is direct drive. current draw approximately 300ma [Vin = 6V]
Output: Approximately 125 OTF Lumens
Runtime: Approximately 5 hours on 2xCR123A
Malkoff Product Page: http://www.malkoffdevices.com/shop/m60wl-warm-tint-low-output-to-fit-a-surefire-flashlight-p-34.html

Name: M91 [Added by pnwoutdoors, :thanks:]
Tint: T6 [?]
Beam: Moderate throw with generous spill
LED: CREE XM-L
Optics/Reflector: McGizmo McR-20, by Don McLeish
Throw Range: 250+ feet
Compatible Lights:
Electrical Characteristics: Vin = 6.5 - 12V; below 6.5V it will flash repeatedly or turn off (depending on batteries used)
Output: 500 lumens (OTF)
Runtime: 1.5 Hours on 3xCR123 "primary" cells, followed by a long taper/drawdown in output
Source: http://www.malkoffdevices.com/shop/m...pin-p-107.html
CPF Review/Beamshots:


There were a few custom builds flying around such as the M60 MCE
Nonproduction: https://www.candlepowerforums.com/threads/225508
Custom built for users Lampenfisch, bigchelis, jslappa, and others.

Misc:
M60F beamshot: https://www.candlepowerforums.com/threads/198954
M60LL in 6P runtime: https://www.candlepowerforums.com/posts/2815326&postcount=108
M60LL in G3 runtime: https://www.candlepowerforums.com/posts/2815335&postcount=110
It was mentioned on the malkoff page that unless the dropin is a low output model "L or LL," Do not operate more than 15 minutes in a plastic type light.

I'm looking for info on M61 and M30 regarding the following attributes. I am confident to suggest that the only difference between M60F and M60WF [as well as M60LF versus M60WLF] is the tint...but I'm not sure about M30

Code:
Name:
Tint:
Beam:
LED:
Optics/Reflector:
Throw Range:
Compatible Lights:
Electrical Characteristics:
Output:
Runtime:
CPF/Review, malkoff Sales page, runtime or beamshot webpage:
None of Malkoff's original websites are working. Originally I wanted to compile a list of the different dropins in a graphical manner indicative of comparison between attributes. At this time however, information regarding the discontinued editions are not easily found. Most of the available threads are primarily discussing user experience as well as performance with different batteries or lights. It is hardly informative to serve the intention of quick references.
Its not so much a reference for others to see what new model they'll want to buy in the future, but instead for the benefit of the members who own malkoff's older dropins to know what they have on hand. Consider it an act to preserve a part of Malkoff history. :)

To make it easier for others who may use this thread as a quick reference, just copy the code and paste in the different attributes :thanks:
 
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Illum,
Thanks for doing this! I have several of the older generation M60 family of drop-ins, and decided to start collecting some of the data just to make sure I would not be possibly exceeding voltage in the future, and to be able to compare specs with the newer models, and didn't really think about collecting all of this info until I realized that a lot of it had disappeared from Gene's website already. I understand the possible confusion among new customers (you wouldn't want someone accidentally looking at the voltage range for an M30 when they were about to order an M31, for example).

[Edit]

Here is something I copied for the M30W, before it disappeared. Unfortunately, I didn't think to record the URL address for this specific page:

M30W (warm tint beam) to fit a Surefire flashlight
[FONT=&quot]This is the Malkoff Devices M30W (warm tint beam) drop-in with solid brass heat-sink construction. The warm tint color is a very close rendition of incandescent but not quite a duplicate (slightly less yellow). This design utilizes a Cree 8 degree optic. The optic has a very nice balance between throw and spill. It is an outstanding room lighter and short to medium spotter. It was designed specifically to fit SureFire 3P, 6P, 6Z, C2, M2 and G2 flashlights WITH A SINGLE LITHIUM RECHARGEABLE CELL. USING THE M30 WITH MORE THAN ONE LITHIUM CELL WILL DESTROY IT. THIS UNIT IS NOT REVERSE POLARITY PROTECTED. REVERSE POLARITY WILL DESTROY IT INSTANTLY. THE CENTER CONTACT SPRING ON THE M30 IS THE POSITIVE INPUT. [/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]It may or may not fit other models. The input voltage is 1-5.5 volts. The output is approximately 170 lumens at 3.3v+ and 120 lumens at 3v. The runtime is 1 1/4+ hours on one CR123 primary battery. Runtimes on other battery configurations are highly dependent upon the size and capacity of the cell. It will easily illuminate objects at 350+ feet and will blind opponents within a 100 foot radius. The LED is a Cree XRE 7090.[/FONT]

[FONT=&quot]Note: This mod will not work in Wolf Eyes Lights.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]
Note: This drop-in module was intended to operate at maximum brightness for tactical usage similar to the original setup. Operating the unit for more than 15 continuous minutes in plastic lights may cause damage to the drop-in module. This is not an issue in metal lights.

[another edit: something else I found]

http://www.malkoffdevices.com/compare-flashlights.php
This official Malkoff comparison chart lists many of the specs for discontinued units. I tried to copy-and-paste, but it's huge, and part of it kept getting chopped off.
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If I may - shouldn't we include his proprietary designs as well, a 'Malkoff index' rather than just the Malkoff P60 dropin index? Or am I out of line?

'cause, right now there's just two models and two generations of one of them obviously, but I foresee that in the future there will be a bit of a proliferation there as well. It would be interesting to keep track of these as well in my opinion, the V1 Wildcats are already rare to see and find info on.

Anyone else see a use for this?
 

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GREAT idea for a thread! :thumbsup:

How about adding info for the Mag drop-ins as well? It's getting to the point where I'm having trouble remembering the details on the old hand-built copper MDs I have...I remember they had U bin SSC-P4 emitters at 240 lumens, but I'm getting foggy as to max voltage. 6V maybe? :candle:
 

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Toohotruk,
See my link above. It lists some of the M*g drop-ins, too, although not the early ones you are referring to. Even though some of the M*g drop-ins are a little different now, the runtime listed for the 3-4 D cell unit is the same on 3 D's as the runtime listed for the current 3-6 D cell unit on 3 D cells. Even though the new ones are brighter, the current description lists the same throw in feet. Not every M*g drop-in is listed, but at least it's a start.
 

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Welcome to the Internet...


Drop-In Module for 2/3 D-Cell Maglite Flashlight

$75.00

This is a Drop-In Module for the Maglite® Flashlight which uses a genuine U bin Seoul Semiconductor P4 LED. This LED is rated at 240 lumens at 1000ma. The Drop-In module has a regulated driver. The current output to the led at 3d cells is 1000ma and 600ma for 2d cells.Full heatsinking of the driver and LED insure that the module can, and will, run at maximum output for extended periods. It will easily illuminate objects at a distance of 600+ feet and will light a 2 inch red reflector at a distance of more than 1/4 mile. The color is a nice white 6500K. This allows for excellent color rendition and the ability to blind an opponent. If you shine someone with this at night, within a 100 ft radius, they should see spots for a good 8-10 seconds.

The module retains the focusing ability of the flashlight. It operates on 2 or 3 easily available D size alkaline batteries depending on the flashlight body. The runtime is 3+ hours for the 2 D-Cell and 6+ hours for the 3D Cell at the rated output it will continue to operate at reduced output for several more hours. The light is great for distance and spotting.

One modification to the Maglite flashlight must be made before using this drop-in module, you have you cut the back end off of the stock reflector to within about 1/8th inch of the base of the cone. Just make sure not to cut into the cone itself when making the cut.

WARNING: This light is capable of causing eye damage at close range. Please use the light responsibly!!!

Do not run this drop-in module above its rated specs of 5v doing so will destroy the power circuitry.

Each Drop-In module is Hand Built, One at a Time. Please Contact Me at [email protected] for a time of delivery estimate.

(The picture is quite interesting if you weren't around at the time.)

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Found at this link. It'll take a bit of time to capture the info available, if someone wants to mine the historical stuff. There's more there than you might think at first. This is not the only place to look either.

I've wished for quite a while that Gene kept an on-line archive of his work. I believe some products evolved without changes in name or description too.

If you look carefully at the current site, you'll realize that some reviews for given products are actually for previous products, which might lead the unwary astray.

Thanks for starting this - it's an excellent project - perhaps Gene will be willing to provide definitive information.


- Syncytial.
 

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Well, I was hoping to start a Maglite dropin Index, I just never got there:ohgeez:
I figured with only a handful of existing P60 dropins this thread could have been small and concise, though I would have preferred to see what I posted in a spreadsheet with rows and columns for easy reference:rolleyes:
 

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Name: M91
Tint: T6 [?]
Beam: Moderate throw with generous spill
LED: CREE XM-L
Optics/Reflector: McGizmo McR-20, by Don McLeish
Throw Range: 250+ feet
Compatible Lights:
Electrical Characteristics: Vin = 6.5 - 12V; below 6.5V it will flash repeatedly or turn off (depending on batteries used)
Output: 500 lumens (OTF)
Runtime: 1.5 Hours on 3xCR123 "primary" cells, followed by a long taper/drawdown in output
Source: http://www.malkoffdevices.com/shop/m91-dropin-p-107.html
CPF Review/Beamshots:
 

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Hmm, earlier M60s were reflected, did not have optics.

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says M60 here, sorry about lousy photo, 180 lumens as well further around, think I have another one in the car but this is one I sold a while ago

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I think this is the earliest M60 I've seen...that, or it's a counterfeit. :thinking:

I emailed Gene when I had it, describing it and being mostly aluminum and the response was.... (see below)

I enjoyed it when I had it - but when I was selling it I wanted to be sure it was a Malkoff - hence my question to Gene

Hello Neale,

That is one of the very first ones I made. It has a Q2 in it. Hence the 180 lumens. Not too many of those around.

Thanks, Gene
www.malkoffdevices.com
 

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I emailed Gene when I had it, describing it and being mostly aluminum and the response was.... (see below)

I enjoyed it when I had it - but when I was selling it I wanted to be sure it was a Malkoff - hence my question to Gene

Hello Neale,

That is one of the very first ones I made. It has a Q2 in it. Hence the 180 lumens. Not too many of those around.

Thanks, Gene
www.malkoffdevices.com

Here is the original aluminum M60 description from Malkoff's website at the time:
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I have one of the earliest Malkoff drop-ins, a Q2, aluminum body, heat sink potting, with P60 written on the it, not M60 but P60.

Bill
 

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from my (extensive) archive (taken from the malkoff site at taht time)
Please fix & sort them, I Have not the time to.

these quote a different optic

(archived 8/14/10)

M60L (Low Output)
$55.00 - Input voltage 3.8V - 9V, Current Draw 350ma at 6 volts, Led is a Cree XRE 7090
Runtime is 4 1/2+ hours on 2 CR123 primary batteries, solid brass heatsink construction
output is 140+/- lumens, Utilizes a Cree 8 degree optic

M60LF (Low output - Flood)

$55.00 - Input voltage 3.8V - 9V, Current Draw 350ma at 6 volts, Led is a Cree XRE 7090 Q5 WG tint
Runtime is 4 1/2+ hours on 2 CR123 primary batteries, solid brass heatsink construction
output is 140+/- lumens, The optic produces an outstanding room lighting beam.
Throw is typically limited to approximately 100+/- feet. Utilizes a Khatod 25 degree optic

M60LL (Low Low output)

$55.00 - Input voltage 3.8V - 9V, Current Draw 170ma at 6 volts, Led is a Cree XRE 7090
Runtime is 8 +/- hours on 2 CR123 primary batteries, solid brass heatsink construction
output is 80 +/- lumens, Utilizes a Cree 8 degree optic
These i have not seen in the list

(archived 8/14/10)

M60W (warm tint beam)
$55.00 The input voltage is 3.8 - 9 volts. Below 3.8 volts it will drop out of regulation and run direct drive.
The output is approximately 170 lumens. Runtime is 1 1/2+ hours on 2 CR123's. This design utilizes a Cree 8 degree optic.
The LED is a Cree XRE 7090.
https://www.candlepowerforums.com/threads/211468


M60WF (warm tint, flood)
$55.00 The input voltage is 3.8 - 9 volts. Below 3.8 volts it will drop out of regulation and run direct drive.
The output is approximately 170 lumens. The runtime is 1 1/2+ hours on 2 CR123's. This design utilizes a Cree 20 degree optic.
The LED is a Cree XRE 7090.

M30 to fit a Surefire

$55.00 Input voltage is 1-5.5 volts, The output is approximately 235+ lumens at 3.3v+ and 160+ lumens at 3v.
The runtime is 1 1/4+ hours on one CR123 primary battery. The LED is a Cree XRE 7090.
This design utilizes a Cree 8 degree optic.

M30W (warm tint beam)

$55.00 The input voltage is 1-5.5 volts. The output is approximately 170 lumens at 3.3v+ and 120 lumens at 3v.
The runtime is 1 1/4+ hours on one CR123 primary battery. The LED is a Cree XRE 7090.
This design utilizes a Cree 8 degree optic.
archived 5/5/09

Malkoff Devices P60 MC-E LED Modules
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This is the Malkoff Devices P60 style MC-E flood beam dropin with solid brass heatsink construction. This design utilizes a Cree 20 degree optic. The optic produces an outstanding room lighting beam. Throw is typically limited to approximately 140+/- feet. It will easily blind opponents at close range. It was designed specifically for use in SureFire 6P, 6Z, C2, and M2. It may or may not fit other models. The input voltage is 5 - 13 volts. Below 5 volts it will drop out of regulation. Below 4.5v it will shut off. The output is 500+ lumens. The current draw is only 1300ma at 6 volts. The runtime is 45 minutes on 2 CR123 primary batteries. The LED is a Cree MC-E Quad Die LED.

A
fitting ring is required if used with a shock-absorbing head (ie M2).
Note: This mod will not work in Wolf Eyes Lights.


M60W MC-E Warm
This is the Malkoff Devices P60 style Warm MC-E flood beam dropin with solid brass heatsink construction. This design utilizes a Cree 20 degree optic. The optic produces an outstanding room lighting beam. Throw is typically limited to approximately 140+/- feet. It will easily blind opponents at close range. It was designed specifically for use in SureFire 6P, 6Z, C2, and M2. It may or may not fit other models. The input voltage is 5 - 13 volts. Below 5 volts it will drop out of regulation. Below 4.5v it will shut off. The output is 400+ lumens. The current draw is only 1300ma at 6 volts. The runtime is 45+ minutes on 2 CR123 primary batteries. The LED is a Cree MC-E Quad Die LED.
A
fitting ring is required if used with a shock-absorbing head (ie M2).
Note: This mod will not work in Wolf Eyes Lights.

also
https://www.candlepowerforums.com/threads/221189


archived 8/4/10

M61 Mod to fit Surefire

This is the Malkoff Devices P60 style dropin with solid brass heatsink construction. This design utilizes a custom orange peel reflector designed by Don McLeish. The reflector offers a very nice balance between throw and spill. It is an outstanding room lighter and short to medium spotter. It was designed specifically for use in Malkoff MD2, Elzetta ZFL-M60, and SureFire 6P, 6Z, C2, M2 and G2 flashlights. It may or may not fit other models. The input voltage is 3.4 - 9 volts. Below 3.4 volts it will drop out of regulation and run direct drive. The output is approximately 260 measured out the front lumens. The current draw is only 650ma at 6 volts. The full output runtime is approximately 2 hours on two CR123 primary batteries with a nice long taper as voltage drops. It will easily illuminate objects at 350+ feet and will blind opponents within a 100 foot radius. The LED is a Cree XP-G.

also check this old thread, it has info on the P7 dropin
https://www.candlepowerforums.com/threads/216527

P7 Direct Drive (Custom)
https://www.candlepowerforums.com/threads/214546

Prototype SSC P4 dropin
https://www.candlepowerforums.com/threads/167476




 
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