Fenix LD10 R5 LED Flashlight The Fenix LD10 is a multi-purpose flashlight with 4 brightness levels that allow you to choose between maximizing your. Cette lampe peut produire lumens en mode turbo. Son autonomie exceptionnelle allant jusqu’à 34 heures (puissance 9 lumens) ravira professionnels et. Brand: Fenix Model: LD10 Lamp Beads: Cree R5 Beads Number: 1. Lumens Range: Lumens Luminous Flux: LM Feature: Lightweight,Stainless Steel.

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Last edited by richardcpf; at Build-wise, I like the extra knurling on the body and good-quality removable clip. I’m currently doing a Med mode on the LDR4 on alkaline But how long it will take is hard to predict — it depends on the exact Vf of your sample. It is mild on my two samples, but you may want to consider the OP reflector versions, just in this case. Originally Posted by MichaelW.

For General modes, starting with the bezel slightly loosened, click on to activate Lo mode.

Up until these new lights, you could happily mix-and-match body and tailcap tubes from any previous Fenix version i. So, in the past, they have made it so that you get pretty flat regulation on medium mode-with 1xAA alkaline, and flat regulation on high mode with 2xAA alkaline.

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Fenix LD10 R5 Tactical LED Flashlight with CREE XP-G R5 LED Lumens – 1 x AA

The belt pouch seems kind of cheap, compared to earlier Fenix pouches. Note that the reflectors are NOT user-swappable. Now, you will need to stick with parts from this new generation. Thread Tools Show Printable Version.

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Originally Posted by selfbuilt. Originally Posted by richardcpf.

Strobe frequency was measured at a very fast 14Hz. Medium output runtime of new LD10 xp-g R4 on alkaline. You must buy one version or the other, so make sure you check first if it matters to you.

The Fenix LD20 Q5 was my first decent light. The super turbo mode is a nice surprise bonus to have. For comparison an Eneloop shows lm and a lm.

But both regulation and runtime are top-of-the-line for this class of light 2xAA. I think most users will be pleased to see how it has developed with the latest XP-G R4 output editions. Presumably, after running for some period of time, the voltage of your L91s will drop low enough to fall below the Vf of your emitter, and full multi-mode regulation through the boost circuit will be restored.

Full list of all my reviews: Flashlights and Parts WTS: Mine just came today I bought this light based more on your prior frnix of older Fenix L series lights.


Yes, there is a small increase in output, and runtime has improved over my LDQ5 model.

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Originally Posted by Nake. Originally Posted by Stereodude. If I remember when the L1D rb was for sale, the difference in output from high to turbo was 80 to 90 [emitter lumens]. But the much higher Turbo output of the LDR4 is a real eye-opener. The line of reasoning being-reduced driver losses, because of higher voltage under load: Ok, this is where things start to get interesting.

Fenix LD10 R5 Tactical LED Flashlight with CREE XP-G R5 LED 100 Lumens – 1 x AA

But I think this make a good argument not to even consider those older primary cells in a modern flashlight How about low mode of LD10 on a zinc-chloride cell, medium mode of LD20 with 2 x zinc-chloride, low mode of LD20 on 2 x zinc-carbon You are a gentleman, and a flashlight scholar.

Quark Tactical S2: Basically, the LDR4 is the one to turn to if you want the best possible runtime on femix batteries, in a fully genix fashion. Top notch as usual.

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