SOLD: 4,777 lumen MT-G2 Maglite thrower, + 10amp clickie switch.

vestureofblood

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Hi all,


I had this sink made a while back, and just finally got around to using it. Its a direct bond to the post. The PCB is just a shroud that is for electrical contacts.


Here is a shot with it dwarfing a standard size mag sink.




This sink is so long it would not fit down in a regular neck so a double ended cut was made to remove the factory switch hole. It actually took me 2 mag bodies to get enough knurl to so that it would not be all at one end.



A 10 amp clickie switch was then needed.







In addition to the massive sink the body now houses 3x 26650s (not included). Going with a 3 cell setup vs only 2 has the befit of a slightly longer run time, and a much higher output (about a thousand extra lumens).






The trees on the far end of that field are around 720 feet.




Price is $377 shipped. SOLD

PP is [email protected]
 
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bigchelis

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Re: FS: 4,777 lumen MT-G2 Maglite thrower, + 10amp clickie switch.

Wow, that heatsink is amazing.

How many amps to the LED or Tailcap?

How does it run off 3x26650's that's a whopping 12V input, does it have a driver?
What is the estimated total watts this produces?

Thank you,
bigC
 
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vestureofblood

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Re: FS: 4,777 lumen MT-G2 Maglite thrower, + 10amp clickie switch.

Thanks BigC. Amperage at the tail is around 7. Yes, it has a driver. The UI is guppy2drv. The magic for getting 7 amps to the emitter and getting away with 3 cells was to find a 9 volt MT-G2. They don't see much use around the forum but I thought it would be a neat way to sneak out some extra lumens.
 
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