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Sold/Expired Cree P4 WC + MadMax+ WO module for Mag2C *** SOLD

Icarus

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This is for the module only. Runs on 2C Alkaline or NiMH batteries.

I'm asking: $45 shipping included. *** SOLD ***

Paypal only. CC-Paypal is ok but please add 4% to cover the fees.
Will not be responsible for parts lost or damaged in the mail.

Registered airmail available for an additional $6.00.

Feel free to ask questions, but unconditional "I'll take it" takes precedence.

Thanks.
 
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Monolith

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Re: Cree P4 WC + MadMax+ WO module for Mag2C

I'll take it. Send me your paypal addy. Thanks.
 
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MarNav1

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Re: Cree P4 WC + MadMax+ WO module for Mag2C

Will you be making more of these?
 

MarNav1

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I'll let you know, I have a nice 2c Mag this would work great in. Beautiful work by the
way!
 

AlexGT

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That looks awesome! Can you do that with a SSC? I read that the Mag reflector is really good at concentrating the SSC beam, BTW How much current is going to that Cree?

AlexGT
 

Icarus

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AlexGT said:
That looks awesome! Can you do that with a SSC? I read that the Mag reflector is really good at concentrating the SSC beam, BTW How much current is going to that Cree?

AlexGT
Sure, I can make the same module with a Seoul led.
Since it is a MadMax+ WO converter output current should be 700 - 800 mA.
 

Rommul

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I assume these modules would require some sort of soldering skills as well as the ability to modify the mag switch in order to solder wires to it right?
 

Icarus

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Rommul said:
I assume these modules would require some sort of soldering skills as well as the ability to modify the mag switch in order to solder wires to it right?
Correct! :)
 
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