Letter Re: Military Strobe Light Batteries

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James:

Regarding's Dave's recent mention of the Firefly strobe: "...the PX32 can also be used in an adapter for the old "Firefly" strobe..."
I just thought that I'd mention the solution I found for military strobe batteries. Actually, I may be thinking of another strobe, the military SDU-5E orange rescue strobe.An amazing gentleman, Brooke Clarke, has simply done so much for so many at his site: http://www.pacificsites.com/~brooke/ .
Be it a military radio, or a cool battery facilitator, Brooke is simply amazing. Here's the URL for his adaptors: http://www.pacificsites.com/~brooke/PRC68COM.shtml or directly for the strobe adapter: http://www.pacificsites.com/~brooke/5BA.shtml.
I know he made my life a lot nicer with two 3 volt lithium batteries powering my rescue strobe.God bless Brooke for all he's done and all he will do for all of us.
Best Regards, - The Army Aviator

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