DIY Video : How to build a 100W Super Bright LED Flashlight using a PVC pipe and Dead Laptop Battery


    This video shows the build of a super bright 100W LED flashlight in PVC pipe housing.Main parts bought from ebay. The battery of this flashlight came from 18650 lithium cells removed from dead laptop batteries.The other materials required for this build are 100W LED COB chip,100W LED Reflector, lens, lens bracket kit,DC to DC boost converter 250W,DC to DC step down (buck) converter.Some parts bought at local electronics or hardware store.Rest all stuff had lying around.The other video shows the build of the 22V 6Ah battery pack from dead laptop batteries.

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