3 x 16340 LiFePO4 is an option as well for the stock(not bored) Charlie. So is the K2 Energy LFP123's. Compared to CR123A's, you only get about half the regulated runtime but, at a brighter, better regulated, output and they can be recharged hundreds of times. The LiFePO4's don't have a protection circuit and are very stable so, they should be a more reliable and safe option over the K2's but will likely get a bit less runtime.
Isn't the K2 Energy LFP123 and LiFePO4 is the same thing ?
Yes, they are both Lithium Iron Phosphate chemistry. Sorry, I misspoke and will edit my post. I was talking about the other type of CR123A replacement which are normal Lithium Ion but, use a voltage limiter on the PTC. Tenergy is one of the companies that makes them. Here they are...
Thank you, appreciate it !
So , K2 Energy LFP123 don't have a protection ?
I haven't seen a high only tailcap but you would either need the h/l tailcap or the internals from one. I don't think you could rig something up yourself. Finding parts, drilling, etc; you might as well buy one or find someone selling one.Does anyone have both a Hi-Only as well as a hi-low tailcap for a bravo/Charlie unit? Wondering if the hi-only can be easily converted to a hi-low.
The avs head is a great head standard or flood. The output is close to white, so if you like warmer tints, than i wouldn't get one, otherwise they are greatI have an Elzetta Bravo with the Malkoff M60F and I really like it. Seems very well made. I use other throw lights quite often for my job, but that Elzetta is my nightstand light. Someday, I may try a new one with the AVS head.
Will this clip fit an Alpha (with standard one mode click switch):