Right angled, magnetic base, on board USB rechargable

jsnngyn

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Are there any other options apart from the Klarus AR10 and Rofis TR20?
I'd like to avoid magnetic charging cables like Armytec and Olight. I'm concerned the exposed charging contacts will be damaged or shorted when used in an industrial environment.
 

Ozythemandias

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While Olight has thye issue, I'm not sure if Armyteks have been tested ans shown to not have any protection. Use a protected battery and you wont have issues either way.
 

Bubbaskyjacker

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I have seen a few videos where people are jumping the contact points on the rechargeable Olights with no issues. What type of industrial area are you using it in ? I know refineries don't allow items that make sparks but I doubt you would be charging either in the field. The electrical discharge of either a USB or olight would be about the same as changing a better.
 

Striker121

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This isn't a guarantee by any means but those contact points are usually connecting to a charging circuit not a battery. Shorting them shouldn't do anything if the electrical engineer working on it did any reasonable job.
 
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