HaikeLite Preview for MINI Triple-XHP70 prototypes--Discussion thread

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HaikeLite Preview for MINI Triple-XHP70 prototypes--Discussion thread

After long-term’s research&development HaikeLite will release 6 brand new LED flashlights in September and October.

Below is our Triple XHP70 prototype

The light have almost finished the QC test. They are very close to mass production.

Since the light showed in picture is a prototype sample, Some details are not so perfect. You can notice some sharp edges on it and dirty spots on reflector. We will update new final sample pictures next week.

HaikeLite Triple XHP70 MINI Monster

Specifications: (info From the prototype, not the final version)

—Emitter: Triple CREE XHP70 N4 CW or N2 NW
—Aluminum Alloy body with HAIII Anodize black surface Finish
—Battery: 4× 18650 High Drain (65mm to 67mm cell length) ; 2S2P configuration
—Anti-Reverse protection
—Switch: Side electrical switch with big Transparent rubber boot
—Aluminium OP Reflector
—Ultra Clear Double-sided AR coated Glass lens (99% Light transmission )
—Double O rings; IPX8 Waterproof
—With standard Tripod hole
—Max Brightness: 8500~9000 Lumens (Max 10.8A on turbo ; have not done the real test, so it’s Pending )
—Max Runtime: 58 days
—Brightness Level: (Digital current regulation) Low 0.1A 80lumens; Low:0.5A 400lumens Middle 1A 800 Lumens ; High 3A 2400 Lumens ; Hidden moonlight 0.7mA- 2 Lumens ; Turbo—8500~9000 Lumens

— Timed thermal stepdown and thermal regulation …

Size: 127mm length x 72mm Head x 50mm body
Weight:600 Gram

UI:

Single Click-on ; Single Click-off

Hidden Moonlight (press and hold switch in off status; easy to access)

Low Low-Low-Mid -High-turbo (Long press to change modes ; with last mode memory)

Quick acess to Turbo (Double click in any mode easy to access) ; Turbo can be memorized.

Click+hold+flash signal to lockout the light; Repeat to unlock. Tailcap-lockout also available

Switch LED indicator:

100%~50% power: Blue LED on
50%~9% power: Blue LED flash twice every 2 seconds

Blow 9% power: The flashlight will flash fast and step-down to moonlight.

Internal parts:

40mm Haike Copper DTP Emitter board
20 gauge thick copper+silver wires
5mm thick internal integrated emitter shelf
Double silver-plating copper-alloy springs

Double Sling Holes ; Enable a camera strap to fit this light.

Final version will be Blue switch-LED.

The left one is HaikeLite XHP70 Thrower

MT03 CW 7000K CRI75

Light up a huge area

Compare with A car High-beams ; MT03 is double brighter than the Car High-beams

Beam in the woods

the dark road at night

MT03 lights up the road

HaikeLite MT07 Buffalo single XHP70 thread link:
http://budgetlightforum.com/node/49237

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Wow, price range?

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zeremefico wrote:
Wow, price range?

Would be very reasonable . Some guy in forum will do test review first.

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Nice design, especially for triple XHP70 version. cool

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look nice

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looks very nice!
Can’t wait for the reviews!

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Looking forward to the price & review.  smile

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It looks good you are using all custom made parts.I can do the review if you need some one.

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Looks like a decent light, especially the cooling fins seem great. Can’t wait for real-world experiences and user feedback.

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Nice! Looks really interesting.

Please give review copies to Budda & Maukka, they do great reviews Smile

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Wow, what a beauty!!
Both new lights looking very good, I`m interested if the price is hot! Wink
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Why 8500 lumens and not MOARRR?? Evil

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Interested to see reviews and a price. Looks good so far. Will the leds be mounted on DTP copper stars?

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Tac Gunner wrote:
Interested to see reviews and a price. Looks good so far. Will the leds be mounted on DTP copper stars?

LED mounted on 40mm DTP copper stars

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Looking good

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The triple XHP 70 looks great.

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HaikeLite Official wrote:
Tac Gunner wrote:
Interested to see reviews and a price. Looks good so far. Will the leds be mounted on DTP copper stars?

LED mounted on 40mm DTP copper stars


Sounds good!

Edit: just saw where that was posted in the OP, I completely missed that to begin with.

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Yep, this one I’ll follow closely with great interest!

There will always be more darkness than I have lights.

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Whats the longer light with the rectangular double button switch?

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RobertB wrote:
Whats the longer light with the rectangular double button switch?

It is HaikeLite’s longer light with the rectangular double button switch.

http://budgetlightforum.com/node/49237

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Nice looking prototype, but IMO it needs a higher turbo, at least 10,000lm. Doesn’t matter if it drops down in one minute. Also I would like to see deeper reflectors so it’s not limited to a pure flooder…

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hIKARInoob wrote:
RobertB wrote:
Whats the longer light with the rectangular double button switch?

It is HaikeLite’s longer light with the rectangular double button switch.

http://budgetlightforum.com/node/49237

How did I miss that other thread Facepalm Thanks for posting it for me

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I think you need to have your light different than all others….. And that’s to not have hidden turbo. You should change your ui so that turbo can be memorized also. So that turbo can turbo can turn on with a single click.
You can keep double click to turbo.
This would really differ you from all other high output lights out there!

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will34 wrote:
Nice looking prototype, but IMO it needs a higher turbo, at least 10,000lm. Doesn’t matter if it drops down in one minute. Also I would like to see deeper reflectors so it’s not limited to a pure flooder…

10 000lm for such a small-size light is too hot. It gets really hot in 1-2 minutes.

Deeper reflector will increase the size, 130mm is very handy.

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blueb8llz wrote:
I think you need to have your light different than all others….. And that’s to not have hidden turbo. You should change your ui so that turbo can be memorized also. So that turbo can turbo can turn on with a single click. You can keep double click to turbo. This would really differ you from all other high output lights out there!

Got your points. One-click to turbo seems like a good idea.

The flashlight drivers are already in stock, So UI can not be changed in this batch. High mode-2000+lumens is a nice daily-use mode.

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HaikeLite Official wrote:
will34 wrote:
Nice looking prototype, but IMO it needs a higher turbo, at least 10,000lm. Doesn’t matter if it drops down in one minute. Also I would like to see deeper reflectors so it’s not limited to a pure flooder…

10 000lm for such a small-size light is too hot. It gets really hot in 1-2 minutes.

Deeper reflector will increase the size, 130mm is very handy.


I myself prefer the pure flood as it is more useful for me. I would rather be able to see a large area immediately in front of me than a small area several hundred yards away.
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HaikeLite Official wrote:
blueb8llz wrote:
I think you need to have your light different than all others….. And that’s to not have hidden turbo. You should change your ui so that turbo can be memorized also. So that turbo can turbo can turn on with a single click. You can keep double click to turbo. This would really differ you from all other high output lights out there!

Got your points. One-click to turbo seems like a good idea.

The flashlight drivers are already in stock, So UI can not be changed in this batch. High mode-2000+lumens is a nice daily-use mode.

Please let us know when and if your company does decide to have one click turbo.

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blueb8llz wrote:
HaikeLite Official wrote:
blueb8llz wrote:
I think you need to have your light different than all others….. And that’s to not have hidden turbo. You should change your ui so that turbo can be memorized also. So that turbo can turbo can turn on with a single click. You can keep double click to turbo. This would really differ you from all other high output lights out there!

Got your points. One-click to turbo seems like a good idea.

The flashlight drivers are already in stock, So UI can not be changed in this batch. High mode-2000+lumens is a nice daily-use mode.

Please let us know when and if your company does decide to have one click turbo.

How many people want one-click-turbo?

Maybe a vote?

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Well i personally agree with all the choices you made. Small, 4×18650, ultra bright, shortcut to moonlight and turbo.

Why do you need to be able to one click to turbo? Just double click?

For normal uses 2000 lumens is what you would need. I wouldnt want to be flashed with 8000 lumens accidently.

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I prefer double clicks for turbo so you dont accidentally put on turbo in bed Silly

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