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Thread: Using the Nitecore TSL10i on their i4000R Flashlight

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    Crazy Using the Nitecore TSL10i on their i4000R Flashlight

    I wrote up a compatibility report. It has pictures so I can't post it, so I made a PDF worth reading.

    http://drmemory.com/TSL10i%20on%20i4000R.pdf

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    Default Re: Using the Nitecore TSL10i on their i4000R Flashlight

    Quote Originally Posted by DoctorMemory View Post
    I wrote up a compatibility report. It has pictures so I can't post it, so I made a PDF worth reading.

    http://drmemory.com/TSL10i%20on%20i4000R.pdf
    Thanks for the note! I ordered an i4000R a few days agoand hope that I like it as much if not more than my SF E2T-MV for my small to medium distance, general purpose light.

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    Default Re: Using the Nitecore TSL10i on their i4000R Flashlight

    I thought I'd add to your notes since I'm on a Nitecore kick right now...

    Among my new arrivals was the P20i. The P20i's tail cap did not work with the i4000R... I'm afraid of trying it the other way around because of the middle pin (so I won't be the one testing that). I'm wondering how they made the TSL10i work on both.

    Since the 21700 in the i4000R was too big for my old charger, I ordered a Nitecore UMS4 (also for my NiMH's). The i4000R's stock battery charges fine in it, however I did note your concern with the terminals on the same side and will be keeping an eye on it.

    Quick side note: I had to pay extra for the higher amp rated wall adapter for 3x1/2x2/0.5x4 ability.
    2nd side note: After recharging the i4000R via the tailcap (until solid blue), I put the battery in the UMS4 and it read around 4.0 volts (IIRC).
    Last edited by Scotty321; 01-21-2021 at 08:43 PM.

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