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Unboxing of the XP-L V5 2A can be seen here:
http://youtu.be/UZKo3RGlsNs

New 80CRI Minium in stock is XP-L U5 7A3 80CRI Minimum.
Also XP-L V4 3D 4750-5000K, nice neutral white. Same Kelvin temperature as the 3C tint but slightly less greenish.
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You are my hero Hank, ordered some 7A1 80CRI XP-L leds Smile

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Hank Wang wrote:
V5 2A, 30% discount, until the stock lasts. http://intl-outdoor.com/index.php?main_page=advanced_search_result&searc...

Thanks Hank just ordered three for my warrior Smile

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Offer for the XP-L V5 2A is still available.

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Ordered 4x XP20 ver yesterday. Thanks Hank Sealed

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Wow, was gonna buy some bare but $.70 for mounted, would have to be stupid to pass on that deal.

Ordered

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We now have CREE XP-L V6 2C in stock. Great cool white, rated 5350-5700K
http://intl-outdoor.com/index.php?main_page=products_new
You can check the unboxing video on any of the pages, as always genuine LEDs.

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Latest brightness MT-G2 now available: Q0 Group in Neutral White 5000K 6V.
All P0 pages have been updated directly with the new MT-G2 Q0.
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Awesome that you are getting all these various top bin emitters!

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Hank, my order (Order Number: 16999) was shipped yesterday and ordered as P0. Will I receive P or Q bin?

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Hank, my order (Order Number: 16999) was shipped yesterday and ordered as P0. Will I receive P or Q bin?

It’s the Q0 which was shipped.

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Did you have to do that Hank? My build is nearly finished and I have used  P0.

 

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MRsDNF wrote:

Did you have to do that Hank? My build is nearly finished and I have used  P0.

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Did you have to do that Hank? My build is nearly finished and I have used  P0.

How much difference is there between P0 and Q0?

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Did you have to do that Hank? My build is nearly finished and I have used  P0.
How much difference is there between P0 and Q0?

Bragging rights have to be worth something.Wink

According to the Cree charts I could find at 1100 mA P0 800-920 Lumens and Q0 920-970 Lumens. So it could be no different to quite a lot.

 

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Hi Hank,
could you please supply us with green and blue XP-E2 leds on Noctigon (16 and 20mm).
Received last week order with couple of red XP-E2, white XP-G2 and XP-L leds on Noctigon (love that red color) but can’t obtain green XP-E2’s Sad

 

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outersquare wrote:
How much difference is there between P0 and Q0?

Q0 – P0 = A0 Party

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Sirius9 wrote:
Hi Hank,
could you please supply us with green and blue XP-E2 leds on Noctigon (16 and 20mm).
Received last week order with couple of red XP-E2, white XP-G2 and XP-L leds on Noctigon (love that red color) but can’t obtain green XP-E2’s Sad
We are trying for the last month to get some green XP-E2, they won’t be available too soon.

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Bought one of the Q0 bin MT-G2 to try in my M2 host from the group buy thread!

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I saw  some new "UV 365nm" on noctigons... never had any.. so I wonder if I miss out on something.

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2B is great tint for normal use, DIY-ers who want to keep the LED as manufactured, but for dedomers the cooler 1D tint XP-G2 S2 should provide a better solution and still have the S2 brightness.
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That’s awesome Hank. I was actually just looking to get another XP-G2 for De-doming so this is perfect timing!

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Hank Wang wrote:
Sirius9 wrote:
Hi Hank,
could you please supply us with green and blue XP-E2 leds on Noctigon (16 and 20mm).
Received last week order with couple of red XP-E2, white XP-G2 and XP-L leds on Noctigon (love that red color) but can’t obtain green XP-E2’s Sad
We are trying for the last month to get some green XP-E2, they won’t be available too soon.

those are bad news Sad

P.S. Could you tell me how would this new UV 365nm led you offer work in C8 flashlight and how much throw could I expect in that setup?
Thanks

 

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Sirius9 wrote:
Hank Wang wrote:
Sirius9 wrote:
Hi Hank,
could you please supply us with green and blue XP-E2 leds on Noctigon (16 and 20mm).
Received last week order with couple of red XP-E2, white XP-G2 and XP-L leds on Noctigon (love that red color) but can’t obtain green XP-E2’s Sad
We are trying for the last month to get some green XP-E2, they won’t be available too soon.

those are bad news Sad

P.S. Could you tell me how would this new UV 365nm led you offer work in C8 flashlight and how much throw could I expect in that setup?
Thanks


It can be installed in C8, but please do not expect long throw as it’s only driven by 0.7A.

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I never had UV light so I do not know what throw can be expected, at 0,7A or any other current (maybe it can be overdriven at 1A), 10 meters ? 100 meters? IDK! :/

 

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I never had UV light so I do not know what throw can be expected, at 0,7A or any other current (maybe it can be overdriven at 1A), 10 meters ? 100 meters? IDK! :/

10m is a reasonable throw for the UV light.

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10 meters! Shocked must admit I am dissapointed, not worth 16$ for emitter only Sad

 

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Sirius9 wrote:
10 meters! Shocked must admit I am dissapointed, not worth 16$ for emitter only :(

Smile For so many uses of UV lights, you want a thrower 365nm UV?
I want to get some 280nm for germicidal purposes, 365nm will now cut it, yeah sure under 400nm but still.

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