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    Default Emisar D4SV2 finally released

    I'm surprised there isn't a thread about this already, i was browsing to see if there were any news on the D1V2 that's been rumoured and found that the D4SV2 is already available and has been for a while if you selected the D4s with Anduril OS.

    "Yeah, people have been receiving them for a while now. It was originally just an option on the D4S page... select Anduril as the UI, and what showed up would be a D4S V2. But then I think Emisar ran out of the V1, so when they updated their store's site, V1 was entirely replaced by V2.

    V2 is pretty nice. It's not a huge change from V1, but it has some good upgrades...


    • FET+3+1 (instead of FET+3), so it has better lows and higher regulated modes

    • RGB aux LEDs with colorful modes, instead of single-color aux LEDs

    • Attiny1634 control chip with Anduril instead of Attiny85 with RampingIOS V3, so it has a lot more modes and functions.

    • Compatible with Emisar's firmware flashing kit, so it can be updated or customized easily

    It still has the original D4S's nice design, performance, and build quality... it just has some upgrades inside to increase how much it can do." -Toykeeper on Reddit

    Looking at it it looks like a solid upgrade, and with the easy upgrade options it could also come to fit some more special applications where the larger battery can be useful as well, such as emergency lighting or as a general stationary light with a diffuser.

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    Default Re: Emisar D4SV2 finally released

    Looks like some nice upgrades there. Also think the 26650 will give some good run times.
    Am hoping that they do the D4v2 in a 21700 option too.

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    Default Re: Emisar D4SV2 finally released

    Quote Originally Posted by Lumenwolf View Post
    Looks like some nice upgrades there. Also think the 26650 will give some good run times.
    Am hoping that they do the D4v2 in a 21700 option too.
    I'd very much like a D1SV2 with a 21700 battery, massive throw and the possibility of great runtimes.

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    Default Re: Emisar D4SV2 finally released

    Quote Originally Posted by LRJ88 View Post
    I'd very much like a D1SV2 with a 21700 battery, massive throw and the possibility of great runtimes.
    I heard the rumours were 500kcd+ with an osram led or the option of an xph35HI.

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    Flashaholic*
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    Default Re: Emisar D4SV2 finally released

    I like it! Have been looking for an interesting, fun 26650 powered light, and this will soon be in my collection. The Anduril Ui is great.

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    Default Re: Emisar D4SV2 finally released

    A short time lapse of the heat development with XPL-HI V2 5D emitters:


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    Default 26350 battery for Emisar D4SV2?

    Hey guys new to Candle Power! Iím anxiously awaiting the arrival of my Emisar D4SV2 and I was wondering if anyone has found a good 26350 for it?

    thanks!

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    Default Re: 26350 battery for Emisar D4SV2?

    Welcome to CPF 40kaufman7. I don't run my D4s very hard, but the Shockli IMR 30A 5500 mah seems to work pretty good..IAlso have an Efest 15A 5200 mah in a D4s v1 that works fine.

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    Default Re: 26350 battery for Emisar D4SV2?

    Lovely looking torch but I suspect it will be too hot to hold on max output

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    Default Re: 26350 battery for Emisar D4SV2?

    Quote Originally Posted by Scimmy View Post
    Lovely looking torch but I suspect it will be too hot to hold on max output
    It has active thermal control to automatically reduce output as it heats up, and it's even configurable so you can lower the maximum allowed temperature if the default is too hot for your preference.

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    Default Re: 26350 battery for Emisar D4SV2?

    Quote Originally Posted by iamlucky13 View Post
    It has active thermal control to automatically reduce output as it heats up, and it's even configurable so you can lower the maximum allowed temperature if the default is too hot for your preference.

    That's interesting, thanks... I may see if I can get one shipped to the UK

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