[SALE] High CRI 90+ Nichias (ENDED)

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Pity there’s no cyan / turquoise samples in between blue and green there. No purple either..

That’s all I could get from the paint store. Next time I’ll try to get more complete colour cards. Took me 2 hours just to get them glued evenly.

O… Sorry..
GREAT job, Clemence !! Party

I think we’re looking for a “color wheel” though:

BUT, when you print it it will be made up of yellow, red and blue, so that wouldn’t work either…

Maukka probably knows what you would need.

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But now we know that UV plays important role in making anything looks more natural, something not included in CRI colour sample.

- Clemence

Hmmm…
So basically true daylight from an LED would also need UV then..
Cyan is difficult too.
That would mean you have to add a 400nm LED and a cyan LED to it..
And while you’re at it, still a little more deep red.. Facepalm

I think i’ll settle for Nichias.. Party

But maybe interesting for EU members:
http://www.ebay.com/sch/m.html?_odkw=&_ssn=jwhpargos&_armrs=1&_osacat=0&...

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I meant that sunlight is still better which is no suprise.

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I meant that sunlight is still better which is no suprise.

It can be whiter than sunlight though, because sunlight has some narrow bands missing, the ‘Frauenhofer field lines’ i.i.r.c.

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Ok, just got done sorting, packing and shipping all the orders.

Was not expecting a tracking notification from you this soon! Awesome, thanks.

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clemence wrote:
I think it’s mainly caused by the glue spray I used. I wiped the excess sticky stuff on the cards with wet towel, thus the smear marks. Some materials respond stronger to UV.
Yeah, I’m just wondering how the stuff outdoors responds to it. It must have at least a small effect on some surfaces.

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Please don’t, high CRI minus the UV is much better for our eyes
Don’t worry, I wouldn’t do something that stupid. Those LEDs are good enough for me. I just wish I could easily light the whole house with them.
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For the people who bought the leds via me:

Sorry guys, the package from Clemence to me is stuck somewhere in the Netherlands since last sunday. 17track.net says ‘on hold’, Postnl does not recognise the barcode (yet). Could be hold up by customs, I don’t know.

I hate to be in this position, I owe $600 worth of leds to people that I want to deliver and the mail holds the package at an unknown place for unknown reason, even though it was carefully sent by Clemence (and payed for by me) trackable, insured and as an EMS package for priority.

I sometimes think that as long as you send stuff as an unmarked untracked and uninsured package, it arrives without problems and on time, and if you want the mail to care about the delivery, the whole process slows down and the package gets stuck in random places.

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For the people who bought the leds via me:

Sorry guys, the package from Clemence to me is stuck somewhere in the Netherlands since last sunday. 17track.net says ‘on hold’, Postnl does not recognise the barcode (yet). Could be hold up by customs, I don’t know.

I hate to be in this position, I owe $600 worth of leds to people that I want to deliver and the mail holds the package at an unknown place for unknown reason, even though it was carefully sent by Clemence (and payed for by me) trackable, insured and as an EMS package for priority.

I sometimes think that as long as you send stuff as an unmarked untracked and uninsured package, it arrives without problems and on time, and if you want the mail to care about the delivery, the whole process slows down and the package gets stuck in random places.

I feel bad to make it “marked” but I didn’t want to just send USD600 worth of package without a clear declaration to the post office. I do hope it’s held by the custom rather than lost. I put your number on the package Jos, they should call you when it’s sorted out.

- Clemence

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Don’t worry and don’t feel bad Jos. Nobody here is going to hold it against you because delay is not fault and situation is out of your hands at this moment.

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Hi djozz, I sent you PM other day, about my payment!

 

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Hi djozz, I sent you PM other day, about my payment!

sorry, answered Smile
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Postal nazis…

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I received my 3000k emitters today and built up a couple of copper S2+ pills – a single and a triple. Both use the new Convoy driver – the single has 1.5a max and the triple has 3a max and narrow frosted optic. The tint is wonderful. These will be my most used lights for around the house, backpacking, bikepacking, etc.

Thanks to all the folks who put time and energy into obtaining and distributing these fantastic LEDs.

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pscal wrote:
I received my 3000k emitters today and built up a couple of copper S2+ pills – a single and a triple. Both use the new Convoy driver – the single has 1.5a max and the triple has 3a max and narrow frosted optic. The tint is wonderful. These will be my most used lights for around the house, backpacking, bikepacking, etc.

Thanks to all the folks who put time and energy into obtaining and distributing these fantastic LEDs.

Good for you. Let’s hope I could get wider CCT selection next time

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I agee, the tint is fantastic, I wish I had the funds to get the last remaining ones, Sadly not even sure I will be able to afford the ones I already have my name on lol.

I have built a few lights so far and building more over the next few days.

I also ran a full output test that lines up with djozz earlier 219C I will be posting at some point.

I was worried that 4000k could be too warm but it is perfect for me!

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I agee, the tint is fantastic, I wish I had the funds to get the last remaining ones, Sadly not even sure I will be able to afford the ones I already have my name on lol.

I have built a few lights so far and building more over the next few days.

I also ran a full output test that lines up with djozz earlier 219C I will be posting at some point.

I was worried that 4000k could be too warm but it is perfect for me!

Please link your tests here Tex

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Please link your tests here Tex

Yep, I plan to. I just released my first offical LED test here: http://budgetlightforum.com/node/51481

2200 lumens from an XP-L2!

I want to see the feedback on that thread to standaridize my layout before posting more but I will be sure to post a link here when I get to the 219C. Also got some XHP35 and even a latticebright “XM-L” test ready…..

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Jerommel wrote:
Postal nazis…

This really pisses me off..
I mean WTF !?
It’s not drugs or fake Rolexes something..
And why don’t they contact Djozz?
Probably some @$$hole pencil pusher with no purpose in life trying to make others as miserable as himself.
Just so Dutch…

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You also have to remember that it is 10 days until Christmas, this is THE busiest shipping season of the year by an order of magnitude. I got fedex drivers in my area driving personal vans they are so over loaded! Quite the site to see a minivan pull up in front of your house and a fedex driver hop out with a package lol.

There is not a uhual available in the area either.

Things are usually delayed this time of year, I am actually quite surprised that mine arrived as quickly as it did. I didn’t expect it till about now honestly.

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…maybe i overreacted a little there..

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Jerommel wrote:
…maybe i overreacted a little there..

It put a smile on my face Smile
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Inventory stock update 161217:

- 219C 9050 sm305: (0/95 pcs left)
- 219C 9050 sm353: (0/100 pcs left)
- 219C 9050 sm403: (12/300 pcs left)
- 144A 9050 sm453: (74/100 pcs left)
- 144A 9050 sm503: (90/100 pcs left)
- 144A 9050 sm573: (97/100 pcs left)
- VirEnce 30mmx30mm CDTP board (28/50 pcs left)

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Europe’s packet has been found. It was held by the custom for Jos to get. He can get it as soon as he has a free time.

FYI, the information took a weird path:
- DHL Netherlands – EMS – Indonesian Postal Office -ME!
I wrote Jos’s number in the packet, receipt, insurance, and custom declaration papers. And yet, they still postponed and re-route the information back to me.

I just don’t get it….. Flat Stare

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Finally… good news!

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The package has been at DHL Amsterdam for a week, they tried to deliver it at the wrong house (the other side of the square where I live) while the number on the package was perfectly correct (Clemence sent me a photo of the package). Then they held the package just waiting for me to respond. But without telling me that they had it or where to look. The original barcode does not work with DHL Netherlands (I checked it all week with all dutch couriers including DHL), the tracking system did not even mention it was DHL who was delivering the package, DHL exchanged the tracking barcode for a DHL freight number that was not made known to me and then it was gone from radar. After a week they finally communicated their freight number back to Indonesia and Clemence PM-ed it to me this morning. Using it I could find back the package in the DHL-site with their request to contact them. Still a mystery to me how they messed up the house number, but I gave them a call and it is now sceduled to be delivered on monday. Let’s pray I will get it then, their stupidity costed a full week, and the leds will now be sent out to the final owners in the middle of the Christmas mayhem Sad

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Ah, that’s good news ! Thumbs Up

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djozz wrote:
Let’s pray I will get it then, their stupidity costed a full week, and the leds will now be sent out to the final owners in the middle of the Christmas mayhem Sad

In Russia Christmas is celebrated on January 7! So that’s all right Wink
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Inventory stock update 161218:

- 219C 9050 sm305: (0/95 pcs left)
- 219C 9050 sm353: (0/100 pcs left)
- 219C 9050 sm403: (11/300 pcs left)
- 144A 9050 sm453: (74/100 pcs left)
- 144A 9050 sm503: (90/100 pcs left)
- 144A 9050 sm573: (96/100 pcs left)
- VirEnce 30mmx30mm CDTP board (28/50 pcs left)

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Thanks for this opportunity, clemence.
I’m new to flashlight and would like to explore and advance my knowledge about these.

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