EMISAR D4 Version 2!!

saypat

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I suppose the D4S v2 will be next ..... hopefully that is the reason I didn't purchase v1 .
 

Connor

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I wanted to try something new and ordered the warm white version (high CRI, of course). The price is amazing for what you get IMHO.

1 x Emisar D4V2 high power LED flashlight (D4V2) = €45.73
Color Sand
Led & Tint Warm White - SST20 3000K 95CRI
one extra 10623 optic (10622 clear optic by default)
one extra SS bezel (aluminum bezel by default)
 

Lumenwolf

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Anyone know what the extra 10623 optic means, is it an added one or are they all changed from 10622 to 10623? Also what is the difference?
Sorry in advance for being a bit thick.
 

AVService

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Great I might have to order another from MTN if they get them in stock before Hank ships his?
I wanted to get in early and have never ordered from them directly but know it can be a wait from Overseas for sure.

1st World problems I guess?
 

ChrisGarrett

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Great I might have to order another from MTN if they get them in stock before Hank ships his?
I wanted to get in early and have never ordered from them directly but know it can be a wait from Overseas for sure.

1st World problems I guess?

I’ve done three deals with Hank and all three came in right at ~21 days to Miami, FWIW.

Chris
 

eh4

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So these lovely secondary LEDs presumably function as a locator/night light when the light is off, anyone have an educated guess on how low the mA drain could be set to?
My mostly non educated guess is no lower than 1-4mAh.
 

Connor

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So these lovely secondary LEDs presumably function as a locator/night light when the light is off, anyone have an educated guess on how low the mA drain could be set to?
My mostly non educated guess is no lower than 1-4mAh.


According to Toykeeper:

Parasitic drain:
~0.02 mA with aux LEDs off (17 years to drain a 3000mAh cell)
~0.06 to ~0.12 mA with aux LEDs on low mode (2.5 to 6 years)
TBD mA with aux LEDs on high mode (my sample has different resistors, so I can’t measure)
 

Rexlion

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I don't have any sand-colored lights. I don't have any lights that glow in rainbow colors while turned off. I don't have any lights that get this bright on a single 18650.

But now I will have all of that. In the same light. In 3000K, no less. For under 50 bucks. Who'da thunk it?
 
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