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#1 (permalink)      10/6/2014 5:12:05 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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what the hell is the different between 2800mAh & 1400mAh?
Sorry to be aggressive in title!

I know nothing about LED Flashlight,

what is different between S2 Cree XM-L U2-1B 2800mAh & 1400mAh?

Is it including battery?

or does this mean battery capacity?

And other site tell me that this item's lumen is 1200

is it true? it's quite bright I think
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#3 (permalink)      10/6/2014 6:14:25 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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hey robert

I truely apologize for my ignorance...

Sorry to be idiotic...

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This flashlight is available in several driver & LED combinations.
"****mA" / "*.*A" refer to the max. current draw of the respective driver version.

There's no "****mAh". ;)
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A light that has 2800 mA, sends twice as much current to the LED as one with 1400 mA., and will be brighter, but the battery will not last as long.

I'm either going blind or crazy, but I don't see any mention of lm or current in the description for this light.

And other site tell me that this item's lumen is 1200

is it true?



No. The most lm an XM-L can put out is 910 lm @ 3000mA according to Cree, who made the LED.

I just need one more flashlight. Just one. Honestly. :D
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airbagz wrote:

The most lm an XM-L can put out is 910 lm @ 3000mA according to Cree, who made the LED.


U2 bin is rated with 975-1040lm @ 3000mA. ;)

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Oops. You're right. I was thinking of the T6.
I just need one more flashlight. Just one. Honestly. :D
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horst.the.worst wrote:

This flashlight is available in several driver & LED combinations.
"****mA" / "*.*A" refer to the max. current draw of the respective driver version.

There's no "****mAh". ;)




Thank you sweet heart

I think myself maybe blind

Now I learn more about LED

XML U2 is brighter than XML T5 but same as XML2 T5

And number of AMC7135 is maximum put out figure

And Cree is maker of LED which is located in USA

By the way, I want cheap, Tiny, cylindrical shape, highly bright, stable Flashlight

What Flashlight is best for me?

Might you tell me my majesty?


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airbagz wrote:

A light that has 2800 mA, sends twice as much current to the LED as one with 1400 mA., and will be brighter, but the battery will not last as long.

I'm either going blind or crazy, but I don't see any mention of lm or current in the description for this light.

And other site tell me that this item's lumen is 1200

is it true?

No. The most lm an XM-L can put out is 910 lm @ 3000mA according to Cree, who made the LED.






Hey airbagz,

sorry to omit the source of info

I saw that 1200LM in other site selling same product by googling

but after I learn about LED Flashlight, I became aware of the truth that is bullshit

otherwise device can putout 3000 ma , it can't emit 1000LM (Cree LED)

by the by,

what's the best product for me finding tiny, cylindrical shape, highly bright, stable flashlight

Could you tell me the best product?

Although I'm studying hard, reading all the discusson & review

It's little bit hard time cause I'm not mothertongue of english


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The Convoy lights seem to be very popular, and their prices are very good. Look for one with an XM-L2 emitter @ 2800 mA for the most brightness.
I just need one more flashlight. Just one. Honestly. :D
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The Convoy S2 is a good choice.
Just keep in mind that more current also means more heat.
You can't continuously run a flashlight of this size at 3A, you'll have to switch it off or to a lower mode when it's getting hot.
If you're planning to give a flashlight to rather "unreliable" users, it'll be better to chose a driver with 1.5A or less, so they can't fuck things up.