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    Default P60L

    Quick question here from a new member. First, about myself, you'll notice my SN has a 2 at the end, my first account never fully registered a year ago, for whatever reason.

    On to my question: I have a SF 9P, and I don't feel like always having batteries on me. I'm looking at the P60L drop in lamp. I know it says it is compatible with the 9P, but I see no specs anywhere that specifically indicate it can operate at 6VDC or 9VDC. I don't want to kill a new lamp with over-voltage operation.

    Can you guys quickly confirm the P60L will operate smoothly with my SF 9P?

    Thanks,
    Charc

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    *Flashaholic* Gunner12's Avatar
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    Default Re: P60L

    It can take up to 9v. It's the same one that's used in the G3L and similar lights. Just don't use rechargeable batteries.

    There's a whole thread about P60 size drop-ins here.

    If you are looking for more output, there are brighter drop-ins then the P60L.

    Last edited by Gunner12; 05-25-2008 at 12:28 PM.

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    Default Re: P60L

    Surefire's site lists the 9p as being compatible w/the P60L along with others so it will be fine.

    http://www.surefire.com/maxexp/main/...L-LED-Assembly

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    Default Re: P60L

    Yup, no problems in a 9P at all I have used a P60L in my 9P with no issues, only difference to using it in a 6P/2x SF123a format is increased runtime.

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    Default Re: P60L

    while not the brightest, the P60L is one of the few, if not the only one, with thermal protection circuit.
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    Default Re: P60L

    Quote Originally Posted by 270winchester View Post
    while not the brightest, the P60L is one of the few, if not the only one, with thermal protection circuit.
    P60L I guess it is, then. Unless anyone has any other better comments, just glad to know this drop in will work.

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    Default Re: P60L

    The Malkoffdevices M60LL seems to have around the same output but longer runtime.

    It costs more too though.

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    Default Re: P60L

    Righ there on the homepage. It lists compatible lights for the P60L.
    Fits: 6P, 9P, G2, G3, G2Z, C2, C3, Z2, Z3, D3

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