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Lumintop FW4A Quad XP-L HI 3,600 Lumens Compact Pocket Rocket Flashlight

S$85.00

Another variant of the FW3A is here - the FW4A! Like the name suggests this FW4A has 4 x XP-L HI emitters instead of just 3, which results in a brighter output

The FW4A is a compact yet powerful quad LED EDC flashlight. With the only 92.6mm in length, it delivers a max 3600 lumens amazing output by a single 18650 battery (minimum need 10A, see recommended batteries below). The smooth bottom electronic metal switch controls various functions including smooth ramping, stepped mode setting, strobe etc.

Recommended Batteries: Any high-drain 18650 flat top with at least 10A of current: Samsung 35ESanyo NCR18650GALG M36 or LG MJ1

Do not remove battery via tailcap for the FW series, always remove from the head side

 

 

Specifications

Emitters: 4 x LEDS on Copper DTP MCPCB - Cree XP-L HI 1A (Cool White 6500K)

Optic: Standard TIR Optic

Max Output: 
     ~3,600 lumens (XP-L HI)

Peak Beam Intensity: ~10,180 candela / ~208 meters throw (XP-L Hi)

**The FW4A will thermally throttle based on a preset and programmable maximum temperature (Default 45C, adjustable)

 

Special Modes
Battery check, sunset, beacon, tactical strobe, party strobe, bike flasher, candlelight, lightning storm

Driver: FET+7+1 driver. Low parasitic drain while OFF
Firmware: The FW3A uses free software called Andúril programmed by ToyKeeper of BLF, distributed under the terms of the GPL v3. The code is available at http://tiny.cc/TKAnduril

Body: Aluminum with hard-coat anodizing
Switch: Electronic tail switch
Ingress rating: Equivalent to IPX7
Battery: One flat-top or button-top high discharge (>10A) unprotected 18650 cell (max length 66mm). Battery is NOT included. 
Weight: ~63g (2.22oz) without battery 

Size: 28.5mm (1.12") head diameter, 92.6mm (3.65") length.

User Interfaces And Features
By default the FW4A is set to use Smooth Ramping for mode changing

Direct access to turbo mode shortcut.
A more conventional Stepped Ramping UI is available if you prefer discrete modes level. (Number of steps is configurable)
Momentary mode useful for signaling purposes or rapidly/briefly lighting up targets. To exit this mode, physically disconnect power
Muggle mode uses reduced output and features
Electronic lockout for safety and low momentary.

 

Control Chart 

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