[GB ended,discussion only] CRI > 80+ NICHIA 2000K-6500K [E21A/219B/219C/319A/144A/757GT-F1(Optisolis)]

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vinte77 wrote:
Any movement on the mcpcb’s for the 144a?

yes, backward, a bit.
Still unsure with the USD 700 tooling cost and USD 1000 initial order
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Whoa, ok, I see that’s a steep investment there.

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I’m glad you were able to finally get all your LEDs.

Thanks again for doing this clemence.

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Hi clemence, is the stock on first page updated yet? How do i order is it here or on your website?

thanks.

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MCPSB for e21at is good idea too.

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Thank you! Could you share the bin info on the 219B? Just a picture of the reel would be awesome.
Does nichia still make the 219 9080, or we are buying the last few?

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rizky_p wrote:
Hi clemence, is the stock on first page updated yet? How do i order is it here or on your website?

thanks.

Please IGNORE all the stock in OP. The store has gone public to my website. But to keep BLF prioritized, I limit certain LED stock. I reserved some for any late BLF buyer for the next 7 days (max. 10 pcs/type). Beyond 7 days (170803) I’ll throw any LED left back to the store and 10 pcs limit/type will no longer apply. This complicate things a bit but I just want to make sure “good thing comes to those who wait”.

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Thank you! Could you share the bin info on the 219B? Just a picture of the reel would be awesome. Does nichia still make the 219 9080, or we are buying the last few?


- Clemence

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I’m glad you were able to finally get all your LEDs.

Thanks again for doing this clemence.

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UPDATE 170727. 16:17 GMT +8:

If you missed 219BT-V1 (sw40 and sw45k) during last night sale, you can still PM me [10 pcs/type/BLF-er]. I will hold them until 170803, beyond this date, I’ll throw them back to the sharks in my store.

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Drool drool, can’t wait for mine to come in! Thank you Clemence for doing this!!

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Nichia is way ahead in the nano-robotics game with introduction of their low wage, ‘next generation’ production staff.

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All orders from 1707(27-30) are shipped. Tracking numbers emailed. Loads of packets, phew…. :)). Hopefully I didn’t miss anything. Just let me know later if there’s any.

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Tjohn wrote:
Nichia is way ahead in the nano-robotics game with introduction of their low wage, ‘next generation’ production staff.

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They only need rice to work

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clemence wrote:

They only need rice to work


…….just wait until they unionize, and then discover how to make Sake with their rice,
showing up late for work, if at all.
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Tjohn wrote:
clemence wrote:

They only need rice to work


…….just wait until they unionize, and then discover how to make Sake with their rice,
showing up late for work, if at all.

Sounds very familiar

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A round of thanks to our resident ‘Nichia Candyman’, for finally managing to wrestle the luminous jewels from their misguided path.
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Now that we can play again, fantasies abound.
Who has reflowed 219b sw40 and sw45 leds together in a multi emitter light?
The CRI may take a hit, but something between, or born from these two flavors could be interesting.

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https://www.virence.com/blank-rwrlr/copy-of-nichia-nvsw319a

I am fairly sure that was unintended, maybe some Windows Smile copy & paste. The URL name sounds misleading, though. Facepalm

 

On a different matter, the page is overly zoomed in. Browsing with my hacked dpi device (effective screen size: 6⅔") everything is BIG, MASSIVE… LUDICROUS. It is not really a problem for me because, as an Android rooted user, I can adjust my screen dpi and resolution fully on the fly and fix it; for the rest it can be an issue. Just my opinion, of course.

 

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Barkuti wrote:

https://www.virence.com/blank-rwrlr/copy-of-nichia-nvsw319a


I am fairly sure that was unintended, maybe some Windows Smile copy & paste. The URL name sounds misleading, though. Facepalm


 


On a different matter, the page is overly zoomed in. Browsing with my hacked dpi device (effective screen size: 6⅔”) everything is BIG, MASSIVELUDICROUS. It is not really a problem for me because, as an Android rooted user, I can adjust my screen dpi and resolution fully on the fly and fix it; for the rest it can be an issue. Just my opinion, of course.


 


I use template to create the listing hence the “copy prefix”
I tested the website using feedbacks from my friends, none of them reported your issue. But will ask them again. Anyone here experience the same problem?

- Clemence

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chip weevils

Tjohn wrote:
Nichia is way ahead in the nano-robotics game with introduction of their low wage, ‘next generation’ production staff.

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Let me explain, Clemence. It seems to me your webpage is coded to be served in two different formats: mobile and desktop. The mobile version of the site is, in my opinion, poorly implemented. Look at these screenshots, native resolution 720×1280 and 1280×720, 221dpi; this is an unusually low dpi value I do use because of my excellent close range visual acuity and typist fingers; makes the web think my screen is 6⅔" when it actually is just 4½". Despite this, take a look (all screens where completely zoomed out, where applicable):

 

Facepalm

 

DESKTOP version screenshots. These have been captured at native resolution, but first I switched to 1080×1920/1920×1080, 221dpi, to be served the stuff the way I love it to see:

 

MASSIVE difference.

 

Cheers 

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Barkuti wrote:

Let me explain, Clemence. It seems to me your webpage is coded to be served in two different formats: mobile and desktop. The mobile version of the site is, in my opinion, poorly implemented. Look at these screenshots, native resolution 720×1280 and 1280×720, 221dpi; this is an unusually low dpi value I do use because of my excellent close range visual acuity and typist fingers; makes the web think my screen is 6⅔” when it actually is just 4½”. Despite this, take a look (all screens where completely zoomed out, where applicable):


 




Facepalm


 


DESKTOP version screenshots. These have been captured at native resolution, but first I switched to 1080×1920/1920×1080, 221dpi, to be served the stuff the way I love it to see:


 




MASSIVE difference.


 


Cheers 

Hmm? The website experience was superb while I browsed and purchased some lovely nichias:)

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This is strange Barkuti,
I re-checked it again and it’s working OK on mobile phones and tablets. Maybe the website editor doesn’t recognize all mobile screen combo. Will try it on my neighbor’s older phone today. Thanks for the input BTW Thumbs Up

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UPDATE: 170802

Hi All,

I’ll release the rest of the stock back to my store by midnight my time (~13 hours from now). PM me if you need latest update of the stock quantity. Please complete the payment before 00:00, 170803 (GMT +8) to secure your reservation.

- Clemence

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Store restocked and the rest of the LEDs are available publicly.

Thank you for your great support so I can proceed to the next project. Thumbs Up Smile

- Clemence

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Tjohn wrote:
A round of thanks to our resident ‘Nichia Candyman’, for finally managing to wrestle the luminous jewels from their misguided path. - Now that we can play again, fantasies abound. Who has reflowed 219b sw40 and sw45 leds together in a multi emitter light? The CRI may take a hit, but something between, or born from these two flavors could be interesting.

Yes, I have and it is a thing of beauty! 1 4000k and 2 4500k.

EDC rotation:
FW1A, LH351D 4000k (second favorite)
FW3A, LH351D 3500k
FW3A, SST20 FD2 4000k
FW3A, Nichia 4000k sw40 r9080 (favorite light!)
FW3A, Cree XP-L Hi 5A3
Emisar D4V2, SST20 4000k
S2+, XM-L2 T6 4C

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mattlward wrote:
Tjohn wrote:
Who has reflowed 219b sw40 and sw45 leds together in a multi emitter light? The CRI may take a hit, but something between, or born from these two flavors could be interesting.

Yes, I have and it is a thing of beauty! 1 4000k and 2 4500k.


Thanks for the confirmation…..seems they were made for each other.
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Try to imagine the noob discovering HiCri, this forum, and subsequently…….our Nichia Guru’s new site.

Surfing over to scarf up a couple of different flavors of HiCri 219b 9080, they are left with the impression it is just that easy.

at the moment of this posting there remain….

144 × 219b sw40 9080 Nichias (4000K.)

…and

8 x 219b sw45 9080 Nichias (4500K.)
Nichias
certainly not for long after this is posted…

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Both counts down by another 3 each… May not see these again! Thanks for making this happen.

Matt

EDC rotation:
FW1A, LH351D 4000k (second favorite)
FW3A, LH351D 3500k
FW3A, SST20 FD2 4000k
FW3A, Nichia 4000k sw40 r9080 (favorite light!)
FW3A, Cree XP-L Hi 5A3
Emisar D4V2, SST20 4000k
S2+, XM-L2 T6 4C

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I had to pick up some more when I realized I may never have the chance to grab them again. Would be awesome if the nichias were more readily available.

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LED received, thank you clemence.

Sorry for my poor english.

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