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    *Flashaholic* Sgt. LED's Avatar
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    Question SF P60L in a 3P?


    Anyone ever run a P60L in a 3P? It ought to fit in there at least.

    I guess a 3.7 rechargable would light it for a while but what about a primary? Will 3v even light it up, the #'s suggest so.
    I think I'll need to buy some rechargables. Who's got the highest true Mah nowadays? Should I just stick to AW's?

    Any hints at runtime would be welcomed either way.

    Mainly looking for current 3P LED options if my idea is a bust.

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    Default Re: SF P60L in a 3P?

    You could make your own p60 drop in and use this driver which would work perfect for a single 123 or rcr123.

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    Default Re: SF P60L in a 3P?

    Gene made me a special P60L for a 3P and it is AMAZING!
    He may have made more than one. I would send him an e-mail and ask him for one. I get the SAME brightness from the 3P as I do with the 6P version.
    The runtime? I think about 1/2 a normal Malkoff P60.
    Anyway I held on to 3 3P's for just this day when a good LED solution was available for it.
    Gene's part is perfect.
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    Default Re: SF P60L in a 3P?

    Thanks yaesumofo, I didn't even think of Gene.

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    Default Re: SF P60L in a 3P?

    Quote Originally Posted by Nitroz View Post
    You could make your own p60 drop in and use this driver which would work perfect for a single 123 or rcr123.
    The AMC7135 drivers will work for that as well.

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