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Seraph SP-6 and SP-9 Incandescent Setup Guide [ back ]

Seraph SP-6 and SP-9 Incandescent Setup Guide

This is a guide to the many setups available for the versatile Seraph SP Series Flashlight that we have designed:


SP-6 Incandescent Setups:

D26 Incandescent Setups for SP-6

Flashlight: Seraph SP-6
Optional Parts: None
Battery Setup: 1 x Li-Ion 18650 Rechargeable Cell
Lamps: HO-4, EO-4

This setup is a simple 1 x 18650 Rechargeable setup that is cost efficient on the battery. Using the HO-4 or EO-4 lamps to provide the light source in one simple and compact flashlight.

Flashlight: Seraph SP-6
Optional Parts: None
Battery Setup: 2 x CR123a Primary Cells
Lamps: ES-6, SR-6, HO-6, EO-6

The “standard” setup of the SP-6, mostly for users that do not like to use rechargeable batteries. CR123a batteries have a 10 year shelf life, so for users that do not use the flashlight every day and do not wish to have to recharge batteries. This is an ideal and simple setup to use.

Flashlight: Seraph SP-6
Optional Parts: None
Battery Setup: 2 x Li-Ion RCR123 Rechargeable Cells
Lamps: ES-9, SR-9, HO-9, EO-9

The compact 2 cell rechargeable setup. We do not really recommend this setup on HO-9 and EO-9 lamps as the RCR123 cells cannot provide the power needed to push these lamps to the optimum output. The capacity in the RCR123 cells are not very high, causing a low runtime. It is an acceptable setup using ES-9 and SR-9 however, but we would still recommend the 1 x 18650 with HO-4 or EO-4 setup rather then using the ES-9 or SR-9 with 2 x RCR123 batteries.

Flashlight: Seraph SP-6
Optional Parts: 1 Cell Extender
Battery Setup: 2 x Li-Ion 18500 Rechargeable Cell
Lamps: ES-9, SR-9, HO-9, EO-9

The ideal 2 cell rechargeable setup. Although the 18500 cells are not that common, the size is ideal for a 2 cell setup either on the SP-6 with the added extender or the SP-9 by itself. Using the SP-6 with an extender also gives the user a choice where they can use the SP-6 as standalone or with an extender. The 2 x 18500 cells also provide good runtime and power even when using HO-9 or EO-9 lamps.


D36 Incandescent Setups for SP-6

Flashlight: Seraph SP-6
Optional Parts: D36 Mini Turbo Head, 1 Cell Extender
Battery Setup: 2 x Li-Ion 18500 rechargeable Cell
Lamps: SR-9L, HO-9L, EO-9L

The ideal 2 cell rechargeable setup for the D36 platform. The D36 platform provide higher output lamp options and larger reflector which has longer throw. Although the 18500 cells are not that common, the size is ideal for a 2 cell setup either on the SP-6 with the added extender or the SP-9 by itself. Using the SP-6 with an extender also gives the user a choice where they can use the SP-6 as standalone or with an extender. This setup also give the user an option to use 3 x CR123 primary cells when needed.

Flashlight: Seraph SP-6
Optional Parts: D36 Mini Turbo Head, 1 Cell Extender
Battery Setup: 3 x CR123a Primary Cells
Lamps: SR-9L, HO-9L, EO-9L

The ideal primary cell setup for the D36 platform. The D36 platform provide higher output lamp options and larger reflector which has longer throw. This setup also give the user an option to use 2 x 18500 rechargeable cells when needed.

Flashlight: Seraph SP-6
Optional Parts: D36 Mini Turbo Head, 2 x 1 Cell Extender
Battery Setup: 4 x CR123a Primary Cells
Lamps: HO-12

Relatively rare setup nowadays, this setup turns the SP-6 into a 4 cell flashlight. It was once a popular setup before LEDs, but it is very long and the output provided by the HO-12 is not very impressive nowadays. It is a CR123a primary cell only setup that is not very versatile with a very long flashlight with not very impressive output for the size. But it is the brightest primary cell setup on the D36 incandescent platform available and users can always switch to other setups with the optional parts readily on hand.



SP-9 Incandescent Setups:

D26 Incandescent Setups for SP-9

Flashlight: Seraph SP-9
Optional Parts: None
Battery Setup: 3 x CR123a Primary Cells
Lamps: ES-9, SR-9, HO-9, EO-9

The “standard” setup of the SP-9, mostly for users that do not like to use rechargeable batteries. CR123a batteries have a 10 year shelf life, so for users that do not use the flashlight every day and do not wish to have to recharge batteries. This is an ideal and simple setup to use.

Flashlight: Seraph SP-9
Optional Parts: None
Battery Setup: 2 x Li-Ion 18500 Rechargeable Cell
Lamps: ES-9, SR-9, HO-9, EO-9

The ideal 2 cell rechargeable setup. Although the 18500 cells are not that common, the size is ideal for a 2 cell rechargeable setup. The 2 x 18500 cells also provide good runtime and power even when using HO-9 or EO-9 lamps.


D36 Incandescent Setups for SP-9

Flashlight: Seraph SP-9
Optional Parts: D36 Mini Turbo Head
Battery Setup: 2 x Li-Ion 18500 rechargeable Cell
Lamps: SR-9L, HO-9L, EO-9L

The ideal 2 cell rechargeable setup for the D36 platform. The D36 platform provide higher output lamp options and larger reflector which has longer throw. Although the 18500 cells are not that common, the size is ideal for a 2 cell rechargeable setup. This setup also give the user an option to use 3 x CR123 primary cells when needed.

Flashlight: Seraph SP-9
Optional Parts: D36 Mini Turbo Head
Battery Setup: 3 x CR123a Primary Cells
Lamps: SR-9L, HO-9L, EO-9L

The ideal primary cell setup for the D36 platform. The D36 platform provide higher output lamp options and larger reflector which has longer throw. This setup also give the user an option to use 2 x 18500 rechargeable cells when needed.

Flashlight: Seraph SP-9
Optional Parts: D36 Mini Turbo Head, 1 Cell Extender
Battery Setup: 4 x CR123a Primary Cells
Lamps: HO-12

Relatively rare setup nowadays, this setup turns the SP-9 into a 4 cell flashlight. It was once a popular setup before LEDs, but it is very long and the output provided by the HO-12 is not very impressive nowadays. It is a CR123a primary cell only setup that is not very versatile with a very long flashlight with not very impressive output for the size. But it is the brightest primary cell setup on the D36 incandescent platform available and users can always switch to other setups with the optional parts readily on hand.

Flashlight: Seraph SP-9
Optional Parts: D36 Mini Turbo Head, 1.5 Cell Extender
Battery Setup: 3 x 18500 rechargeable Cells
Lamps: HO-13

This is a unique incandescent setup of the Seraph SP-9. Once very popular as it was the most powerful incandescent setup of the D36 platform, but has been outclassed by the development of LEDs. Still the most powerful incandescent setup of the D36 platform, so it might suit users with a passion. It uses 3 x 18500 rechargeable cells with our unique 1.5 cell extender. The length is a bit long, but it provides high output and long runtime which was enjoyed and popular in the field.


Other Incandescent Setups for the Seraph SP-6 and SP-9

The SP-6 and SP-9 is compatible with all parts that will fit the Surefire P/C/G/Z series flashlights. With the Lumens Factory C to M adaptor, the Seraph SP-6 and SP-9 flashlights can use the Surefire M Series head units and all the lamp assemblies for the M series.

Our M Series incandescent lamp assembly line up can be used on the Seraph SP-6 and SP-9 as well using the Surefire M Series head unit and the C to M adaptor.

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