The boost driver upgrade is available for the quad version of XP-L HI, SST-20, Osram W1/W2, Nichia 219B R9080 versions, each LED receives 2A current. The driver is not compatible with Nichia E21A, Nichia E17A, and mule versions of the flashlight.
Please be noted that the boost driver version will have less output on turbo than the regular version, it is a more efficient driver(90-95%) with longer running time and less heat.
Emisar DW4 puts a high lumen output but generates a lot of heat at the same time, please acknowledge before purchasing. Unprotected, flat top battery works only (not included in the price), DW4 does not work with protected battery.
• CNC machined from aircraft-grade aluminium
• Efficient UK made Carclo Quad LED optics (The E21A/E17A version use frosted optic, and the other version use clear optic)
• Unihead construction
• High lumen output and low moon output
• Ramping interface
• Electronic soft touch switch
• Beryllium-Copper springs with 45% IACS superior to stainless steel alloys used for springs with only 2% IACS.
• Temperature step-down
• Waterproof and dustproof to IP67 standard (up to 1 meter)
• Default 18650 body with optional 18500 or 18350 battery tube
• Weight: 84g
• Dimensions: 113mm(length) * 30mm(head) * 24mm(body)
OTF lumen output at start-up for the direct drive version
XP-L HI : 4300lm
SST-20 6500K: 4200lm
SST-20 5000K: 4200lm
SST-20 4000K/3000K 95CRI: 3000lm
This product uses free software of Anduril 2, distributed under the terms of the GPLv3.
Source code is available from http://tiny.cc/TKAnduril
Just before I started collecting flashlights, I used to carry a right angle flashlight/headlamp from another brand. The turbo on that other light stopped working, and I found myself wishing for a right angle version of my trusty D4V2. About a day or two after I had that thought, this light was listed for sale and I knew I had to have it.
Right angle, loaded with Anduril, extremely well made, and great for many different use cases.
I got mine with the boost driver, magnetic tailcap, and a headband which makes a fantastic combo for a work light. Finally a worthy successor!
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