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Fenix PD35 V3 FAQs

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Everything you need to know about your Fenix PD35 V3 LED flashlight & older versions

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Can I deactivate the side switch on the Fenix PD35 V2.0 flashlight?

There is not a way to deactivate the mode button on the Fenix PD35 V2.0. If you are interested in this feature you should look at the PD35TAC which has an optional Tactical Mode which turns the side switch off. There are also other models like the Fe

Can I use flat top 18650 batteries in the Fenix PD35 V2.0 LED flashlight?

No, the Fenix PD35 V2.0 requires button top 18650 batteries such as the ARB-L18 series 18650 batteries.

Can the ARB-L18-3500U battery work with the Fenix PD35 V2 LED flashlight?

Yes, the ARB-L18-3500U battery will work with the Fenix PD35 V2.0 LED flashlight. The PD35 V2.0 is compatible with 18650 lithium-ion batteries and CR123 lithium batteries. Learn more about 18650 lithium-ion batteries.

Can the Fenix PD35 V2.0 or PD35 TAC withstand the recoil of a rifle?

Yes, both the Fenix PD35 V2.0 and PD35TAC are able to withstand the recoil of a rifle. You can use the ALG-00 and ALG-01 gun mounts to mount the flashlights to your weapon. You can also use the AER-02 V2 pressure switch for both of these flashlights.

Does the ARB-L18-3500U USB rechargeable 18650 battery work in the Fenix PD35 V2.0 flashlight?

The PD35 V2.0 will NOT accept the batteries with the built in USB port. We were told they were incompatible from the manufacturer so you will need to use the standard 18650 button top batteries. Check out the standard 3500mAh Fenix battery.

Does the Fenix PD35 V2.0 flashlight feature an intelligent memory function to remember the last brightness level?

Yes, the Fenix PD35 V2.0 flashlight does feature a built-in memory function that will remember the last brightness level you used.

Does the Fenix PD35 V2.0 have the same operation modes (Tactical Mode and Outdoor Mode) as the Fenix PD35TAC?

No, the Fenix PD35TAC and LD22 are the only Fenix flashlights that have the dual operation modes. This information may change in the future.

Does the PD35 V3 flashlight feature a lockout function?

No, there is no lockout feature on the PD35 V3. To prevent accidental activation of the flashlight we recommend that you unscrew the tail cap of the flashlight while it is not in use.

How long does it take to charge the Fenix PD35 V3?

The PD35 V3 is not directly rechargeable but the included ARB-L18-2600U battery will take about 3.5 hours to charge to full.

Is the PD35 V3 rechargeable?

While the PD35 V3 is not directly rechargeable, it does include the ARB-L18-2600U rechargeable 18650 battery with built-in USB charging port. You do not need a designated charger for the flashlight but you will need to remove the battery to plug it i

What accessories are compatible with the PD35 V3?

The PD35 V3 is compatible with the following Fenix accessories:. ALG-00 and ALG-18 rail mounts. AOD-S and AOD-S V2 diffuser tips. AOT-S and AOT-S+ traffic wands. AB02 and ALP-10S flashlight holsters. AER-02 V2 remote pressure switch.

What are the differences between the Fenix PD35 TAC and the Fenix PD35 V2.0?

While both are excellent LED flashlights, the PD35TAC and PD35 V2.0 do have a few differences. The Fenix PD35TAC features two operation modes: the Tactical Mode (access to turbo, low, and strobe) and the EDC Flashlight Mode, also known as outdoor mod

What are the differences between the Fenix PD35/PD35 V2.0 and the Fenix UC35/UC35 V2.0?

While both Fenix flashlights are compact and lightweight, the Fenix UC35 V2.0 (or UC35 V1) and the Fenix PD35 V1 (or PD35 V2.0) have many differences. The Fenix UC35 V2.0 is USB rechargeable and comes with an 18650 battery. The runtimes on the UC35 V

What are the differences between the PD35, PD35 V2, and PD35TAC

The PD35 (discontinued), the PD35 V2, and the PD35TAC are all very similar flashlights. Let's run through the similarities and differences below!. Similarities. Differences

What batteries can be used in the PD35 V3?

The ARB-L18-2600U and ARB-L18-3400U are recommended. You may also use any quality brand of 18650 with a button-top (flat-top batteries are not compatible) or two non-rechargeable CR123A batteries.

What is the color temperature and working voltage of the PD35 V3?

The Luminus SFT40 LED features a color temperature around 6000K. The working voltage is between 3 - 6.8 volts.

What's the difference between the PD35 and the UC35?

For the perfect EDC light that is very powerful yet an easy fit in your pocket, you cannot go wrong with either of these lights. Both have a single tail switch to turn the light on/off and then a side switch to change the modes. The big difference be

Which battery chargers will work with the Fenix PD35 V2.0 batteries?

You can use the chargers listed below to charge 18650 lithium ion batteries: ARE-X1, ARE-X2, ARE-A4, ARE-A2, ARE-D1, ARE-D2, ARE-X11. Check out our battery chargers to find one that will work for you.

Which diffusers and filters will fit my Fenix PD35 V2.0 flashlight?

The AOD-S diffuser and AOF-S+ filters will fit the Fenix PD35TAC flashlight.

Which diffusers fit the Fenix PD35 (V1) or PD35 V2.0 LED flashlight?

The AOF-S + filters fit the Fenix PD35 (V1) and PD35 V2.0 flashlight. You can see more accessories that are compatible with the PD35 (V1) and PD35 V2 by checking the Accessory Compatibility List.

Which flashlights have compatible holsters?

Fenix-Store offers the ALP-MT nylon extendable holsters that are available for purchase on Fenix-Store.com and are compatible with the following items:. TK09TK15UE and older TK15 versionsTK16TK20RSD10PD32PD35 seriesLD12LD22E20E25UEE35UEUC30UC35 serie

Which gun mount will fit the Fenix PD35 V2 flashlight?

The ALG-00 gun mount will work with the Fenix PD35 V2.

Will a Fenix USB rechargeable 18650 battery work with my Fenix PD35 (V1) tactical flashlight?

Yes, a Fenix USB rechargeable battery will work in the Fenix PD35 (V1) flashlight. You can choose between the ARB-L18-2600U or the ARB-L18-3500U batteries. This information may change in the future.