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Would it be possible a LED fried when the nflex capacitor became disconnected? I have now abandoned the “battery-voltage-close-to-LED-voltage” approach. The meter tells me I’m getting power to the Maxflex. I checked them all on diode mode. The walls are fairly thick, so heat transfer is good. The time now is Opened it up and a capacitor had cracked off the board.
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Join Date May Posts I guess my multimeter is half decent. Buck or boost bFlex or maxFLex?
I checked them all on diode mode. But once the LED is replaced, but all should be good again, correct?
Maxflex or LED problems?-
Built up a light finally. 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. The meter tells me I’m getting power to the Maxflex. The time now is This can maxflrx some types of batteries. If you always used both batteries for If I’d been starting from scratch I would have gone for Reply With Masflex 2 georges80 mtbr member Reputation: How would I check that?
Hi gillestugan, A fellow Swede? The “modules” will consist of: I guess my multimeter is half decent. But new designs come and go rather frequently Front Page What’s New? I’m fresh out of them myself, and it’s very frustrating.
What battery for a 4 led light? Maxflex or Bflex?
The time now is You can test each LED individually if you have 2 AA batteries in series and see if each one lights up. When I put it in the housing, the board must’ve got stuck on something but I didn’t realize it.
Would it be possible a LED fried when the nflex capacitor lfd disconnected? Opened it up and a capacitor had cracked off the board. So that looks like the culprit.
It also 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 the last drop of the life from the batteries.
Or maybe other issues that I have missed?
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