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P60 Drop Ins
P60 3.04A 22 Mode Group with Interchangeable Contacts/SHORT for Surefire and Other P60 Flashlight Hosts
TK's Crescendo [Add $10.00]
Nichia 219C D280 80 CRI+ 5000K
XML2 U4-1A 7000K
XML2 U3-2A 6200K
XML2 U2-5D 4000K
XPL V5-2A 6200K
XPL V6-1A 7000K
XPL V6-3D 5000K
XPL 90CRI 3000K
XPL V2-7C3 2900K
XPL2 U6-4000K 90CRI
XPL HI V3-1A 7000K
XPL HI V3-3A 5200K
XPL HI V2-5D 4000K
Nichia 219C D320 70+CRI 5000K
Nichia 219C D240 90+CRI 4000K
Step Down Time:
Sanyo 16650 battery [Add $8.00]
Xtar MC1 [Add $7.00]
Xtar VC2 Plus [Add $24.00]
1 Set [Add $4.00]
2 Sets [Add $7.00]
3 Sets [Add $10.00]
This Drop In is a shorter version of the PFlexPRO Interchangeable Contact drop in. The shorter version increases compatibility with flashlights like Surefire that have a restrictive drop in chamber. Click on the 'Extended Information' tab for more information.
This the 'Top of the Line' PFlexPRO drop in. It is driven at 3.04 (1000+ lumens). This is the highest power level I recommend when using with an optional 16650 battery. This drop in/battery combination is best for Surefire or Elzetta that has not been bored for the larger 18650 battery. It uses the 22 mode group driver for maximum mode flexibility (see specs for mode group list). The positive contact can be easily changed or replaced by simply screwing one out and screwing another in with no tools or soldering. The drop in is fully potted and lock out leads are exposed through the potting material -these leads can be connected with conductive paint to disable the mode group change function. The reflector shaft is polished to enhance thermal transfer to the host. The emitter in mounted on a 16mm copper MCPCB and installed with an additional thermal pad on top of the MCPCB. The thermal pad enhances the thermal flow by providing an alternate, more direct heat path to the reflector. The drop in includes 2 springs and a solid button contact -the solid contact improves fitment of long protected batteries. The drop in also includes 2mil and 4 mil copper with instructions for wrapping and installing in the host. The drop in has a 'high mode step down' which increases battery life and reduces the heat load. The 'high mode step down' is adjustable, but the drop in will be shipped as follows: 3.8A -3 minute step down - 3.04A - 4 minute step down
The optional Sanyo 16650 battery is designed for a host that uses 2xcr123 batteries and has not been bored to accept the larger 18650 battery. The 16650 battery has lower capacity than an 18650 battery... the 3.04a drop in will help extend your run time while using a 16650 battery. This drop in is not compatible with 2xcr123, 2x16340, 2x16350 or any other multi-battery configuration that delivers more than 4.5v.
If you choose the Nichia 219B (90+ CRI), the maximum power will be set to 1.9A
The drop in comes with a 'copper wrap set' which consists of 12" of 4mil and 4" of 2mil copper. The copper can be reused many times before it needs replacing. The additional copper wraps are mainly available for other drop ins you may have and want to wrap with copper.
Input voltage: 2.9V-4.5V
Memory function: off-time (½ second set)
Reverse Polarity Protection
Low voltage protection: At 2.9-3v, the light will drop to low mode and slowly flash
Selectable Mode Groups:
1. 2%-25%-100% -| Memory
2. 100%-25%-2% -| No Memory
3. 2%-25%-100%-Strobe-Beacon -| Memory
4. 2%-25%-100%-Strobe-Beacon -| No Memory
5. 15%-100% -| Memory
6. 100%-15% -| No Memory
7. 100% Only
8. 100%-Strobe -| No Memory
9. Strobe-100% -| No Memory
10. ML-5%-33%-100% -| Memory
11. 100%-33%-5%-ML -| No Memory
12. ML-5%-33%-100%-Strobe-Beacon -| Memory
13. ML-5%-33%-100%-Strobe-Beacon -| No Memory
14. ML-100% -| No Memory
15. 100%-ML -| No Memory
16. ML-100% -| Memory
17. ML-5%-15%-50%-100% -| Memory
18. ML-5%-15%-50%-100% -| No Memory
19. 100%-50%-15%-5%-ML -| Memory
20. 100%-50%-15%-5%-ML -| No Memory
21. 2%-15%-50%-100% -| Memory
22. 2%-15%-50%-100% -| No Memory
To change mode groups, press the switch 8 times quickly, pause, then press the
number that corresponds with the desired mode group
(complete instructions will be included)
The short version of the PFLexPRO Interchangeable Contact Drop In provides increased compatibility with flashlights like the Surefire and Elzetta which have a tight fixed length drop in chamber. The 3.04A power is the highest power I recommend when used with an 16650 battery in a flashlight that has not been bored for an 18650 battery
The interchangeable contact system usually requires a slightly longer drop in to accommodate the threaded portion of the of the contacts. To maintain the standard drop in length, the driver on the short version is positioned closer to the emitter. To avoid heat transfer from the emitter to the driver, a higher efficiency thermal shielding pad is installed. Also, a thicker copper heat spreader is used to help cool the driver.
Do you need this drop in? If your drop in is pressed into the flashlight host until the lower edge bottoms out, this is the best drop in for you. Many flashlight hosts use a large outer spring to press the drop in to the head. Hosts like the Surefire and Elzetta will use the head to press the drop in into the battery tube until it bottoms out. If the drop in is too long, the head will not screw on completely.
If your host has been bored to take a 18650 battery, you may not have the limited pill chamber problem. There are 2 ways I've seen flashlights bored:1. through bored 2. stopped bored.
Through bored means the entire length of the battery has been drilled out -with this type of boring, the drop in can extend partially into the battery chamber and allow a slightly longer drop in to be used. The disadvantage of this, the pill extending into the battery tube will make less room available for battery length.
Stop bored means the battery tube is 95% drilled out, but the rim that the drop in presses against remains. If you have just the battery tube and drop a battery into one end and it falls out the other end, then the tube is through bored. If a small rim stops the battery from falling out, the the light is stop bored.
Another difference, the reflector for this drop in is attached with thermal epoxy. The reason for this? As you screw the head on and it presses the drop in into the bottom of the pill chamber, there will be considerable rotational force on the drop in. This force can rotate the reflector and change the focus. Not only does the thermal epoxy stop the reflector from rotating, it enhances the thermal transfer from the pill to the reflector.
Which one to use: If you host uses a drop in with the large outer spring,..It doesn't matter which drop in you use. If your host does not use the large outer drop in spring...use the Interchangeable contact/short version or any of the drop ins without interchangeable contacts.
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