It sounds completely normal, but lets review a few things. v5 has a real time battery monitor and will lower output under all circumstances when it senses the cell is buckling (old/worn/discharged). Even the latest AW 18350 are still small and by 3.8 most of the high amp capacity of the cell is gone. So v5 is avoiding undue stress on the cell by dropping output. In theory this would be level 27, level 26, level 25, etc. But depending how quickly cell output appeared to be dropping the drop may be faster, going directly from say 27 to 20/21/22. And if your medium is setup to mode 21, would appear to go from 21 to 21 at mode change.I noticed this on my BOSS 35: When my AW IMR 18350 is at around 3.8v and firing it up at level 28 (17W), there is a slight reduced output change right after a few seconds upon turning it on.
Is this normal? If yes, what I noticed is when changing to the next level... it will stay again on the same level and not progress to the next until another press.
Note: This only happens after the slight reduced output. Per my limited testing if the battery is fully charged, there is no slight reduced output after a few seconds, and when I press the switch to advance to the next level, it advances to the next (performs as it should).
Thanks! I'm looking forward to try one but they are gone for now... It was mentioned that 219C will be in the pipeline soon, that's nice too.The McClicky is fine with the new DIP. I don't think it draws more amp than a V5. Dan would have told it if it wasn't the case.
It's just you.
Maybe your link is corrupted..
We've considered making a complete head but its not smaller and ends up costing more than two parts. But like our Unified models, would offer better thermal performance. What benefit are you after?Here's a question, Dan.
Did you guys ever make a Moddoolar P60 Head?
I know you do the adaptor and you sold the Cryos heads, just wondered if there was ever a dedicated one?