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Sofirn SP36 BLF Anduril 5650 lumen Rechargeable Flashlight, LH351D LED powered by batteries, Choose 5000K / 4000K / 2700K

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Please calibrate the temperature if you find it steps down before getting hot.
This video below tells how.

Model Number: SP36 BLF Anduril(latest 20200318 firmware)

One of the best soda can style lights on the market, the SP36 BLF Anduril is the most popular iteration of the SP36 line of flashlights. With four powerful LH351D emitters, the SP36 outputs a blasting 5650 lumens of beautiful, high cri light. The SP36 also utilizes Toykeeper's renowned Anduril user interface, to deliver a level of customization found nowhere else. A super flooder in a class of its own, the SP36 uses three 18650 batteries to deliver unprecedented runtimes while maintaining a manageable size. This perfect balance of size and performance makes the SP36 a prime choice for outdoor activities like hiking, camping, boating, emergency prep, search and rescue, fishing, cycling, or backpacking. With optional warm color temperatures and integrated charging, the SP36 also makes a great indoor light, perfect for blackouts or just around the house.
● Model: SP36 BLF Anduril (Using latest 20200318 firmware)
● Output: 5200-5650 Lumens MAX (estimated)
● Emitters (3 tint options):
○ LH351D 5000K 90CRI (Pure white)
○ LH351D 4000K 90CRI (Neutral white, has a slightly warm tint)
○ LH351D 2700K 90CRI (Warm white, has a very warm tint)
● User Interface: Anduril
● Power Draw on Turbo: 50 watts
● Battery Type: 3 x 18650
● Color: Black
● Waterproof: YesWhat’s in the box:
1 flashlight; 1 USB-A to USB-C charging cable; some spare parts; manual
● Default Brightness: 
A mode(7 lm)- B mode(35 lm)- C mode(100 lm)-D mode(230 lm)- E mode(650 lm)
F mode(1400 lm)- H mode(2450 lm)- G mode(5000 lm)
Note: the SP36 puts out an immense amount of light, which generates heat over time.
Please watch this video which shows how to thermally calibrate the SP36:

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