p60 sized led drop-in's

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While reading the thread titled "Dealextreme drop in for G2, 6P, etc???" I started making a list of the drop-in's I saw. It got a little out of hand. :sssh:
I thought I would put the list out here instead of buried 10 pages in to the above thread (no offense to the guys and gals in said thread :wave:)

If someone wants to shamelessly steal the list and add to / keep it updated feel free. :) Since I unfortunately wont have much time to do so.

** Don't forget to check out the P60 Flashlight List {host} post as well. (and add to it if you can :) ) **


** Dealextreme **

Ultrafire Cree, Regulator, Reflector 1x18650 2xCR123A Lamp Assembly
http://dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.1343
$9.87 accepted voltage: 3.6V ~ 9.0V 900mAh regulator board

3W Cree, Regulator, Reflector 1x18650 2xCR123A Module Set
http://dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.1447
$11.95 accepted voltage: 3.6V ~ 9.0V 900mAh regulator board

DX 3W Cree Module CM1
http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.3214
$11.18 3.2V~9.0V Input
Beamshots + review at: http://www.lightreviews.info/reviews.html

SSC 42180-T 3W Emitter Reflector Driver Module
http://dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.4068
$12.54 Input voltage: 3.7V ~ 8.0V Current: 900mA

3W Cree Drop-in Module (supports Surefire 6P)
http://dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.6090
$10.14 3V~18V

Cree 5-Mode Emitter Reflector and Driver Module
http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.4296
$13.35 Typical driving voltage: 3.7V (maximum voltage: 4.2V. Do not exceed.)

Cree Drop-in Module for Surefire 6P
http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.6076
$10.00 Voltage Range: 2.9V ~ 9V

Cree Drop-in Module
http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.7162 -
$12.48 Ultrafire 4-Mode 3.7V~6V

KLC8 LED Emitter with Driver and Reflector Module Set
http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.8835
$9.90 (3.7V~6.5V Input)

Q5-WC 3-Mode 0~100% LED Drop-In Module
http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.11074
$16.90 3-Mode: 0~100% (adjustable) > Strobe > SOS 3.7V
(For a little more info look in post #315 (page 11 of this thread) by Wolf359)

Cree Q5 LED Drop-in Module
http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.11621
$13.00 18V Input

Cree Q5 LED 5-Mode Drop-in Module
http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.11622
$14.28 3.6V~7.2V Input

Cree R2 Drop-In 1-Mode LED Module
http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.11836
$15.50, Input: 3.7V~18V, Output: 117~225 Lumens (manufacturer rated)
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** http://www.bugoutgearusa.com/ **

Sale price: $34.95 *Premium* Cree Drop-In Module, 150 Lum, 4+ hours run time, 4.5V to 9V .
http://www.bugoutgearusa.com/prcrdrmo.html

Sale price: $39.95 'Premium Plus' Cree drop-in, 170 Lum, 3+ hours run time, 4.5V to 9V.
http://www.bugoutgearusa.com/cosoplcrmo.html

Sale Price: $49.95 "Super Premium" Cree Q5 Drop-in, 230 Lum, 3+ hours run time, 4.5V to 9V.
http://www.bugoutgearusa.com/crq5drmo.html
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** www.kaidomain.com **

CREE XR-E P4 6P Drop-in Module
http://www.kaidomain.com/WEBUI/ProductDetail.aspx?TranID=2844
$8.99 2.7V ~ 6V input

CREE P4 4-Modes Regulated Reflector LED Assembly
http://www.kaidomain.com/WEBUI/ProductDetail.aspx?TranID=2363
$15 Accepts 2.7V - 6V, 960mA/650mA/290mA 7135 regulated output

CREE P4 5 modes Regulator/Reflector Lamp Assembly
http://www.kaidomain.com/WEBUI/ProductDetail.aspx?TranID=2352
$15.20 Takes 2.7V to 4.2V only

Ultrafire CREE XR-E P4 Regulator/Reflector Lamp Assembly
http://www.kaidomain.com/WEBUI/ProductDetail.aspx?TranID=1300
$11.99 (3.6V ~ 9V input) 900mAh regulator board

P4 Regulator/Reflector Lamp Assembly
http://www.kaidomain.com/WEBUI/ProductDetail.aspx?TranID=1682
$11.20 Accepts voltage: 3.6V ~ 9.0V
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** Malkoff Devices - http://www.malkoffdevices.com/shop/index.php **

Surefire M60 Mod
Input voltage is 3.8 - 9 volts. Below 3.8 volts it will drop out of regulation and run direct drive.
The output is 235+ lumens. The current draw is only 780ma at 6 volts. The runtime is 1 1/2+ hours on 2 CR123 primary batteries.
$55.00 (They go fast so sign up for the newsletter)

Surefire M60 Low Power Mod
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 140+/- lumens. The current draw is approximately 350ma at 6 volts. The runtime is approximately 4 1/2 hours on 2 CR123 primary batteries.
$55.00
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** Wolf Eyes drop-ins **

$49.99 Cree Q2 LED *190 Lumen* 3.7V-13V D26
http://www.pts-flashlights.com/products/product.aspx?pid=1-25-114-115-6429

$39.99 Cree XR-E P4 LED *130 Lumen* 3.7V-13V D26
http://www.pts-flashlights.com/products/product.aspx?pid=1-25-114-115-6283

$44.99 Cree XR-E Q2 LED *190 Lumen* 3.7-6V D26
http://www.pts-flashlights.com/products/product.aspx?pid=1-25-114-115-6415

$58.99 Tactical Q2 Cree 2-Mode LED *190 Lumen* 3.7-6V D26, 190 lumen + strobe
http://www.pts-flashlights.com/products/product.aspx?pid=1-25-114-116-6360

$58.99 Q2 Cree 4-Mode LED *190 Lumen* 3.7-6V D26, 3 brightness levels + strobe
http://www.pts-flashlights.com/products/product.aspx?pid=1-25-114-116-6352

$58.99 Q2 Cree 2-Mode LED *190 Lumen* 3.7-6V D26, High and Low
http://www.pts-flashlights.com/products/product.aspx?pid=1-25-114-116-6400

$57.99 Cree Q5 LED *260 Lumen* 3.7V-13V D26,
http://www.pts-flashlights.com/products/product.aspx?pid=1-25-114-125-6437

$54.00 Cree XR-E Q5 LED *260 Lumen* 3.7-6V D26,
http://www.pts-flashlights.com/products/product.aspx?pid=1-25-114-125-6435

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** Lighthound.com ** -

http://www.lighthound.com/index.asp?...OD&ProdID=2605
$29.99 accepted voltage: 3.7V ~ 9.0V 750mAh regulator board

Q5 Cree, 750ma, 3.7V to 9V input
http://www.lighthound.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=3428
$39.99
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**Dereelight drop ins**- 1S(1-stage) cree XR-E Q5 module w/OP- US-
$32
  • Input Range: 2.8~4.2V / Output Range: 1.2A
  • Battery Type: 1x18650,1x17670
  • Features: constant output at it's fully input range; over discharge protection
- 1SM-1(1-stage multi power) Cree XR-E Q5 module (6V max) -
$26.50
  • Input Range: 3.0~6.0V /Output Range: 1.1A
  • Battery Type: 1x18650,2xCR123A
  • Features: constant output at 3.8~6V
- 1SM-2(1-stage multi power) Cree XR-E Q5 module (6V max) -
$29.00
Input Range:
3~6V
Output Range:
1A
Battery Type:
1x18650, CR123A's, RCR123's
Features:
+ constant output at 4.5~16V.
+ recommended use 2xCR123A,3xCR123A or more
(Note: Yes thats how they list the voltage on the web page. If anyone
can verify which it is please do so:) )

- 3SD(3-stage digital) Cree XR-E Q5 module - US -
$35
  • Input Range: 2.8~4.2V /Output Range: 1.2A
  • Battery Type: 1x18650,1x17670
  • Features: constant output at it's fully input range; three stage output,100%-50%-5%;over discharge protection; memory function; change level by push switch
- DI(Digital Infinite) Cree XR-E Q5 module -
$35
Input Range: 2.8~4.2V
Output Range: 1.2A
Battery Type: 1x18650, 1x17670
DI(Digital Infinite) Cree XR-E module, “Infinite digital adjustable
output from 5% (60ma) to 100% (1.2A)
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** OpticsHQ P60 Head and tailcap **

LED Drop-In and Multi-Function Tailcap Kit
http://www.opticshq.com/page/Optics/PROD/Surefire-HID/ACC-DTC-KIT
$89.99
Working voltage: 4.2-18.0v
Maximum output at the emitter approximately 220+ lumens about 2-3 hours
[FONT=Verdana,Arial,Helvetica][SIZE=-1]More than 6 hours at low output[/SIZE][/FONT]
Fits the following SureFire Lights: G2, G3, 6P, 6PD, 9P, Z2, G2Z, C2, C3, M2

LED Drop-In and Multi-Function (Reverse) Tailcap Kit
http://www.opticshq.com/page/Optics/PROD/Surefire-HID/ACC-DTC-R-KIT
$89.99
Working voltage: 4.2-18.0v
Maximum output at the emitter approximately 220+ lumens about 2-3 hours
[FONT=Verdana,Arial,Helvetica][SIZE=-1]More than 6 hours at low output[/SIZE][/FONT]
Fits the following SureFire Lights: G2, G3, 6P, 6PD, 9P, Z2, G2Z, C2, C3, M2



-=Surefire P60L LED Reflector Assembly=-
Max 80 lumens, Runtime up to 12 hours depending on flashlight model.
(stores listed in no particular order)
$39.00 - http://www.lapolicegear.com/sup6ledreas.html
$39.00 - http://supremeco.com.hk/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=1_26_30&products_id=4755
$39.00 - http://www.surefire.com/maxexp/main/co_disp/displ/carfnbr/254/prrfnbr/24502/P60L-LED-Assembly

** Assorted forum posts that you might find useful**
DealExtreme 1343, 1447, and Wolf-Eyes 130 Lumen Cree Module P60 Cree drop-in modules Runtimes!
REVIEW - CREE DROP IN from EBAY***VERY NICE***
Wolf Eyes cree drop-in
The post that started it Dealextreme drop in for G2, 6P, etc???


And many posts I probably missed.

Thanks everyone! :)
 
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LG&M

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Re: p60 sized drop-in's

:twothumbsGood idea thanks. Now witch one for a $6.48 Maxfire?
 

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Re: p60 sized drop-in's

Heres the one from Ebay I ordered. Its the cheapest thats in the USA. I should have it by tuesday Ill let you know how it works.


http://cgi.ebay.com/Surefire-G-P6-co...QQcmdZViewItem

Got them today. Works perfectly in the MAXFIRE LX. With or without the outer spring. Very bright. Ill do a runtime test later tonight. The head doesnt screw down all the way with the drop in installed. Just a small gap. I put a GITD o ring on it and you dont even notice it.
 

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Re: p60 sized drop-in's

mhubble thanks, Did you get it at the "Buy it now" price ? I really think I will get a Malkoff for my P6 but I was hopping to try a chippie first in my $6.50 Maxfire.
 

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Re: p60 sized drop-in's

Did you get it at the "Buy it now" price ?

Yes I did, they were 20.00 each shipped. They wouldnt combine shipping.

I been doing a runtime test tonight. I did 30 min on 30 min off for a total of 1.5 hours of runtime. No drop in brightness. The head barely gets warm. The real surprise is the sanyo batteries that came with it has only dropped to 2.8 volts after 1.5 hours of runtime. And man is this thing bright. At 25 yards it has a huge hot spot and tons of spill. Practically lit up my backyard. Im continuing the runtime test Ill post more later.

Edit - Another 30 min of runtime for a total of 2 hours, no drop in brightness, batteries read 2.7 volts.


Edit - I found a way to get the drop in to stay centered in the MAXFIRE. The housing that the original bulb came in threads into the head. Cut off everything but the threads, using a dremel cut out the inside of the threaded piece untill the drop in fits inside. Screw it in the head and it helps hold the glass in and centers the drop in. If you need pics let me know Ill try and take some later.
 
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Re: p60 sized drop-in's

I have two of the SKU 1343 from DX for the Brinkman Maxfire. The current draw measures 390mA, not 900. It has a tighter hotspot than the L2D-CE. It is at least as bright as the original Xenon bulb which ran at 1190mA, and has a nicer spillbeam.

I did have the use a Dremel to bevel the bottom edge of the lamp assembly to allow the bezel to screw down all the way.
 

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Re: p60 sized drop-in's

mhubble thanks, Did you get it at the "Buy it now" price ? I really think I will get a Malkoff for my P6 but I was hopping to try a chippie first in my $6.50 Maxfire.

Where are you guys getting Maxfires for $6.50??!!
 

LG&M

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Re: p60 sized drop-in's

Target has them on Clearance for $6.48. they have a number of lights on clearance.
 

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Re: p60 sized drop-in's

Thanks for compiling the list, Fizz. I am adding it to my subscribed list!
 

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Re: p60 sized drop-in's

Others with more knowledge then I can say for sure but I don't think this will be anywhere near 225 lumen even at the emitter. Still nice find thanks for posting it.
 

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Re: p60 sized drop-in's

I have one extra 5 mode cree module from a project, and I'd like to find a cheap host for it. Does anyone know if any dx or kai xenon flashlights fit these modules? Should fit one 18650 too, because the module accepts only 3.7V.
 

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How do the 5 level bulbs work? Do you click once for low, click again for the next leve, etc.?
 

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Re: p60 sized drop-in's

How do the 5 level bulbs work? Do you click once for low, click again for the next leve, etc.?

It should work like this: Mid > Low > High > Fast Strobe > SOS. After you turn the light on clicking the button will change the mode to the next.

There are some reports that it will start on the next level after the one it was turned off. But I also read that it resets to mid after some time off. I don't know for sure yet, because I couldn't use the module yet (did not fit in my light).
I ordered the Xenon ultrafire 502B for this module, hope that the module fits in that one.
 

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Re: p60 sized drop-in's

I have one extra 5 mode cree module from a project, and I'd like to find a cheap host for it. Does anyone know if any dx or kai xenon flashlights fit these modules? Should fit one 18650 too, because the module accepts only 3.7V.

I don't have the 5-modes, but the single mode CREE will fit the WF-501 and WF-502. In fact, both vendors have or had CREE WF-502B and -D models. Buy the appropriate lamp assembly and you can have both LED and incan. Look at the CREE models Kai has, and then find an equivalent Xenon.
 

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Yes I did, they were 20.00 each shipped. They wouldnt combine shipping.

I been doing a runtime test tonight. I did 30 min on 30 min off for a total of 1.5 hours of runtime. No drop in brightness. The head barely gets warm. The real surprise is the sanyo batteries that came with it has only dropped to 2.8 volts after 1.5 hours of runtime. And man is this thing bright. At 25 yards it has a huge hot spot and tons of spill. Practically lit up my backyard. Im continuing the runtime test Ill post more later.

Edit - Another 30 min of runtime for a total of 2 hours, no drop in brightness, batteries read 2.7 volts.


Edit - I found a way to get the drop in to stay centered in the MAXFIRE. The housing that the original bulb came in threads into the head. Cut off everything but the threads, using a dremel cut out the inside of the threaded piece untill the drop in fits inside. Screw it in the head and it helps hold the glass in and centers the drop in. If you need pics let me know Ill try and take some later.

Mhubble, did you get final data on run time?
 
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