V10+ 2.7~4.5V XML-T6 4-Group 1/3/4-Mode + 1%~100% Ramping LED Driver Board 3000mA / overheat protection (55-60℃) ↓ details & specifications
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Classification
Product Type Flashlight Driver
Electronic Components
Constant Current Yes
Driver Type Linear regulator
Input Voltage 2.7-4.5 -volt
Output Current 3000 mA
PCB Height (w/o Components) 10 mm
Flashlights
Flashlight Modes 4-Group + Ramping
Mode Count 1/3/4
Package
Package Type OEM
Dimensions us | metric
Depth 17 mm
Height 10 mm
Width 17 mm
Diameter 17 mm
Product Weight 2.5 g
FastTech
SKU 1278600
DATE LISTED 3/13/2013
Details:
  • Great for DIY project or repair your flashlight
  • Designed for Cree XM-L series LED emitters
  • Also works with similarly spec'd emitters
  • Modes:
    1. 100%
    2. High 100% > Mid 35% > Low 10% (default)
    3. 1%~100% ramping (power off when desire output is reached, and that output is memorized)
    4. Mid 30% > Beacon Strobe (10Hz twice, 2-second pause) > Fast Strobe (7Hz) > SOS 100%
  • To change mode, go to LOW mode, wait for 3 blinks after 5 seconds, and tap or half press the on/off switch, or quickly power cycle
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Nice and unique driver. Great for DIY project
Reviewed on 5/3/2020
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