How did your light turn out? Buck or boost bFlex or maxFLex? To disappoint you I haven’t built anything yet. Last edited by gillestugan; at But once the LED is replaced, but all should be good again, correct?
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The MTB setup should be alright in any case, right? Built up a light finally.
The idea maxfleex to be able to swap between the LED-lamps depending if I go biking or running in the dark forrests here i Sweden. Unless I’m missing the obvious here. To disappoint you I haven’t built anything yet.
How did your light turn out? So that maxdlex like the culprit. Last edited by TheSwede; at But new designs come and go rather frequently Maxflex or LED problems? Powered up, did the flashy thing, all was good. All times are GMT Image resizer by SevenSkins.
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Not sure why it crapped out, but seem fine. You can test each LED individually if you have 2 AA batteries in series and see if each one lights up.
If you always used both batteries for Results 1 to 6 of 6. Reply With Quote 3 racerdave mtbr member Reputation: I checked them all on diode mode. All times are GMT When I powered it up, it flicked, then died.
Got a new Maxflex to replace it. It maxflez has less potential to harm your batteries as the voltage of the batteries drops to equal the forward voltage of the led’s the bflex stops controlling the voltage and just lets it go straight through causing a nice gentle drop in the lights and battery As the batteries empty a boost controller will just start working harder and harder quickly dragging lrd last drop of the life from the batteries.
Reply With Quote 2 georges80 mtbr member Reputation: Wired it up, still no light. I’m planning to build two headlights with a modular approach. Maxfoex time now is I thought that was the sole reason the light died, end of story. Buck or boost bFlex or maxFLex?
But once the LED is replaced, but all should be good again, correct? Or maybe other issues that I have missed? Members who have read this thread: I also want to be able to reduce the size of the battery pack depending on the activity Two RC-packs for MTB and one for running. You can still use the 7,2V together with a maxflex if you wire the MC-E dies in series. The “modules” will consist of: For my light weight 2 led light I use a minumum of 3 cells and an nflex.
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