Specs: Color temperature: 4000-4500K Mode: 1%-10%-40%-100% (double-click the side to press the switch---->burst), the maximum output is 4A Switch: tail forward switch to control on or off, side switch control mode Reflector: glossy cup aluminum alloy, maximum diameter 67.8mm, height 48.2mm LED: GT-FC40 20mm DTP copper plate, maximum luminous flux 3000-3500LM Maximum range: ANSI 734 meters Maximum intensity: 135KCD Waterproof rating: IPX6 Battery: L6 uses two 26650 batteries to supply power, please note that batteries and chargers are not included Head diameter: 75mm Outer diameter of battery tube: 35mm Inner diameter of battery tube: 27mm Flashlight length: 255mm Weight: 550g
Gray has square threads, silver and orange has trapezoidal threads.
A short body tube for Convoy S2+ flashlights which will allow the use of 18350 batteries.
Important: It has been brought to my attention that these tubes are not exactly the same internal diameter at the original 18650 tube. This means some (if not all) protected 18350s, or anything with a thick wrapper may not fit. Unfortunately there is nothing I can do about this, that's just how Convoy makes them.
Not all colors will thread together. Convoy is currently transitioning to a new thread type, so some lights have the old style and some have the new style. If you need to lego them together, please send me an email to make sure color x will be compatible with color y. This issue will be remedied when the thread transition is complete.
A host for the S2+ platform. It includes:
1*OP or SMO reflector (see pictures for reference),1*pill,1*head O ring,1*glass,1*spring,1*lanyard
Some colors come with a gift box and clip.
Switch and color reference:
The following size of LED and driver (not included) fit this host: LED plate:Diameter 16mm Driver:Diameter 17mm
Notice: LED and driver are not included, you should use LED with 20mm PCB board and driver with 20mm diameter,height of the component on the driver should not exceed 6mm. We also sell adapters for 17mm components.
Some rewrapped cells may be too thick to fit properly in the light.