Question about Cyclops Thor 2.5million Rechargeable Spotlight 2 Phase (Cyclops)
My Thor X 10 million candlepower spotlight takes a standard 12 volt, 1500 mA, center positive AC adaptor. You should be able to find one with an appropriate tip at any Radio Shack store, but you may find a cheaper universal adaptor at a Walmart or even at a "Dollar Plus" kind of store. An adaptor with a lower mA rating will take longer to charge your light, but it should still work (down to about 750-800 mA, I'm guessing).
Double-check the charging port of your Thor light to see whether there's any information about the input voltage requirements. On mine, the light itself has the charging port labeled for 12v, though I was reading the more detailed specifications off the adaptor itself. I can't recall whether the 2.5 million candlepower light also uses 12 volts of power (I think it does), or whether it takes 6 volts (a single battery vs. two batteries wired in series).
Posted on Jun 01, 2011
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