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    Easy2LED M36?

    Anyone do a nice Easy2LED M36 build lately?

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    Let's see if I can kick start this a bit...

    Thoughts on what driver I should use to drive this?
    Noctigon XP32 MCPCB & CREE XP-L V6 3D LEDs [SKU L055] - $23.98 : Led Flashlight-International Outdoor Store

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheers! View Post
    Let's see if I can kick start this a bit...

    Thoughts on what driver I should use to drive this?
    Noctigon XP32 MCPCB & CREE XP-L V6 3D LEDs [SKU L055] - $23.98 : Led Flashlight-International Outdoor Store
    This is what I'd suggest given the space available in the M36 pill: b3Flex Product Description

    TaskLED drivers are what I've used in pretty much all my builds and highly recommend them if you want reliability and flexibility. They are a bit expensive, but I haven't found anything else like them for the DIY builder.

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    I finished a M36 rebuild recently and I think it is quite nice. I originally had a 2nd generation b-flex and a cree mk-r. It was good.

    The new build spec.
    A h6 flex driver - it fits if you put the threaded inside in backwards. Also have to file it a tiny bit to get the wires in.

    New Easy2led M36 build with Cree XHP70 and H6flex- Mtbr.com

    Cree XHP-70 - its a 6 volt part and 90cri at 4000K. - The quality of light is among the best I have ever seen.

    I also found an anodized black aluminum momentary push button switch on ebay.

    Also stepped up the aluminum front and back cap upgrade.

    I use a go pro to tripod screw (1/4" 20tpi) adapter for mounting since the hole is already drilled and tapped and various gopro mounts since I have them and they work well enough.

    I think there are more optics available now. I may still try a few more.

    This thing coped with the heat of 30-40 watts much better than expected but if i is really hot out or I am not moving it does kick down.

    Over all I am quite pleased.

    If you just want lots of throw a new xpg3 triple might be best.

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