P/T L.E.D. Module.

yclo

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Hey Toby,

This is the same module used in the PT Matrix headlamp. Though regulated, it is quite dim, I think an Arc beats it in brightness.

And the Clipper will definitely blow it away.

YC
 

Slick

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I saw these the other day. Nicely made unit and will upgrade certain models of P/T headlamps. The negative was cost - $30 same price as a complete Aurora 3 LED headlamp... Still, It's nice to see a company offering options.
 

treek13

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I had one of these and yclo is right, it wasn't as bright as my Arc-AAA. I would definitely recommend the Opalec NewBeam(module for mini maglite)over this module. It costs about the same amount and will give you much more light. My second choice would be a PT Attitude over this light. It isn't regulated but it starts off much brighter than the PT module and will remain brighter for quite awhile and it's cheaper.
 

PhotonRanger

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I was thinking of getting the PT module for my Tech 20 after I discovered that the TechAss PR-2 could not be used with Lithiums.

I like the Opalec module, but in the Mini-Mag, it's not totally waterproof, and a bit heavy for the light output.

Is there any regulated LED 2-AA dive or seriously waterproof light that can use lithiums other than the PT Matrix module? If they would just come out with Lithium AAA's then the Attitude would rule.
 

yclo

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Here's an idea, why not mod an Opalec Newbeam to fit into a PT headlamp? Or replace guts of PT led module with Newbeam guts?

YC
 

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