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    No reason we can't have another, for the people who can't read German. :P

  2. #32

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    actually, the reason I put output levels to the right is because I wanted to put some of the "form" type columns in the front (i.e. battery acceptance)...in addition, keep some of the columns that could get very long like notes and output levels to the right, or columns not looked at much like origin

    we can actually create other spreadsheets and link the actual sheets if we need to, i.e. output levels column becomes a #, so 5, which hot links to another sheet which goes over all the details...I just didn't want to complicate things

    the other thing that is very cool is that you can create a "discussion" on the row and type in all sorts of info there

    kick around some ideas on what you think we should do, all the ones mentioned are valid

  3. #33

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    I say for the output, we do it 600/240/100/Strobe, and we can put the runtime in the discussion, perhaps?

  4. #34

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Driver View Post
    Members of the German taschenlampen-forum.de are already working on something similar: http://www.taschenlampen-wiki.de/index.php/Alle_Lampen
    and now we are working on one as well this one is an actual spreadsheet though so it has a lot of potential

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    Quote Originally Posted by vpr5703 View Post
    I say for the output, we do it 600/240/100/Strobe, and we can put the runtime in the discussion, perhaps?
    I like it simple as well, the model can actually link to the MFG website for detailed specs (and some already do), the discussion part of the spreadsheet allows for all sorts of data to be put in

  6. #36

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    Agreed.

  7. #37

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Driver View Post
    Members of the German taschenlampen-forum.de are already working on something similar: http://www.taschenlampen-wiki.de/index.php/Alle_Lampen
    At the rate this chart is growing, in a few days this chart will exceed that chart.

  8. #38

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    Great!

  9. #39

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    Thanks for just the chart with links.

    Searching for next light.

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    By publishing the spreadsheet people may have know a huge list of Flashlight.

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    This is a very good idea! I have a lot of this sort of data I've used for my reviews, so if I can get some time I'll fill it into this spreadsheet. It might be worthwhile adding columns for max lumens as measured by a reviewer, and throw (in either lux or meters) as claimed and as measured.

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    Can a column be added so beam tint/temperature and CRI number can be entered?

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    Quote Originally Posted by subq View Post
    yes, I made the spreadsheet public so other people can edit, let me know what columns you want on there and I will add them
    Does not seem to be public?

  14. #44

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    spreadsheet seems to be read only?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pretbek View Post
    Can a column be added so beam tint/temperature and CRI number can be entered?
    +1, I would like to see this as well.

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    Are there any good books available on modding flashlights or anything related?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flash Barrow View Post
    Are there any good books available on modding flashlights or anything related?
    Please start your own thread with this question. It is OT for this thread.

    Bill

  18. #48

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    very informative spreadsheet.

    just a suggestion, maybe add length of warranty for each company?

    thanks again!

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    I like this idea!
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    Yet another database of flashlights you might like:

    http://flashlights.parametrek.com

    Not collaborative but very dynamic So far I am the only person working on it and only as a free-time project. (For some reason typing in flashlight specs is more relaxing than watching TV.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by parametrek View Post
    Yet another database of flashlights you might like:
    http://flashlights.parametrek.com
    This is a really useful site! I've thought about doing something like this as most vendors of torches either display incorrect information when storing data on multiple brands or leave important information out as there lazy. Cant wait until this list has more brands on such as ArmyTek, Olight etc
    EDC: Olight T15 - [Cree XP-G R5] - 100Lum | Main: ArmyTek Predator Pro v2.5 Gold - [Cree XP-G2 R5] - 670Lum | Petzl Duo LED 14 (E72) + MOD - 1W foc LED module (CD1) - 67Lum + ~1W | Emergency: Peltz e+LITE - 26Lum

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    excellent info, thanks for setting up this spreadsheet

  23. #53

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    Can't add; has it been locked?

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    Default Re: Flashlight Spec. Spreadsheet (dynamic, collaborative)

    I only see manufacturer and model columns, has data been deleted?

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    This is a great resource for a newbie like me....as I start upgrading my knowledge (and lights), this will come in real handy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pEEf View Post
    I only see manufacturer and model columns, has data been deleted?
    Same here- in either Chrome or Explorer

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    I can't see anything but the bards either...:-( seems like a great idea though.

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    Flashlights are very essential tools during any emergency. There are number of flashlights available in the market. One should choose them deliberately. Above information about flashlights are useful and commendable.

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    Default Re: Flashlight Spec. Spreadsheet (dynamic, collaborative)

    this may be the wrong place to ask, but who runs http://flashlightwiki.com/Main_Page ?
    aka Edgar Allan Bro, Brosama Bin Liftin, Walter Crunkite, Bro Namath, Teddy Brosevelt, and the Tomahawk Crunkmissile.
    my lights - review of PrecisionWorks - that's Gucci Mane in my avatar

  30. #60

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    Looking at the chart for flashlights the ones that have the xm-l led seem to have different input voltages with one led.....
    Ie some run on 3.7v or 7.4 or 11.1v.......
    Will they run on 11.1v on high for extended period? If not what voltage will it run on high for extended period for say at least 1 to 2 hrs ?

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