[SALE] High CRI 90+ Nichias (ENDED)

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[SALE] High CRI 90+ Nichias (ENDED)

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1st & 2nd batches already ended 2016 December. Next sale thread should start approximately early 2017 February
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- Update 161230: 2nd delivery marked as shipped to Djozz/Texas_Ace
- Update 161227: The NV4L144AM sm453 9050 received at my workshop. Will spiegelei test it and post the result
- Update 161221: The NV4L144AM sm453 9050 is out from Japan to Indonesia as scheduled
- Update 161206: 1st delivery marked as shipped to Djozz and Texas_Ace. They should receive the package in 5 – 7 days from today.
- Update 161206: All payment for 1st batch delivery received, proceeding to packing and shipment.
- Update 161128: please complete payment to Djozz/Texas_Ace BEFORE 24:00 GMT +8, December 23rd 2016. All incomplete orders will be queued to the next batch delivery
- Update 161126: First delivery to Djozz and Texas_Ace distribution areas extended until late December (after Christmas). We’re sorry about this. Highly appreciate your patience.
- Update 161124:
Announcement: please complete payment to Djozz/Texas_Ace/Clemence BEFORE 24:00 GMT +8, November 27th 2016. All incomplete orders will be queued to the next batch delivery (approx. January 2017).
- Update 161123:
Price brackets and free shipping calculation policy has been updated. This not affects all existing order.
- Update 161123:
Beamshots and tint comparisons added
- Update 161122:
Canada and Mexico added to shipping area

PRICING

219C 9050 sm305: (0 pcs left)
- 1-9pcs: $3,5/pc + shipping
- 10+ pcs: $3,2/pc + shipping

219C 9050 sm353: (0 pcs left)
- 1-9pcs: $4/pc + shipping
- 10+ pcs: $3,8/pc + shipping

219C 9050 sm403: (0 pcs left)
- 1-9pcs: $4/pc + shipping
- 10+ pcs: $3,8/pc + shipping

144A 9050 sm453: (77 pcs left)
- 1-10pcs: $8,5/pc + shipping
- 10+ pcs: $8/pc + shipping

144A 9050 sm503: (90 pcs left)
- 1-10pcs: $8,5/pc + shipping
- 10+ : $8/pc + shipping

144A 9050 sm573: (96 pcs left)
- 1-10pcs: $8,5/pc + shipping
- 10+ pcs: $8/pc + shipping

VirEnce 30mmx30mm CDTP board (28 pcs left)
- 1-10pcs: $9/pc + shipping
- 10+ pcs: $8,5/pc + shipping

Djozz MCPCB for 119A/144A
Order separately/directly from Djozz
- Pricing: http://budgetlightforum.com/node/48934

FREE SHIPPING (within US, Canada, Mexico, EU) for order above USD80
FREE SHIPPING within Indonesia for order above USD10
All items with same price tag can be mixed to get the discount.

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After several tests performed by Maukka and Djozz, long waiting time, and many discussions…. Finally I got some interesting Nichias direct from the factory with selected specifications according to BLF, TLF, and CPF requests.
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References:
- Maukka – Nichia NV4L144/W144 AME/ARE CRI testing
- Djozz – Nichia 144A series, an output test of a 6500K 70 CRI sample. Nov 7th: added a test of a 5700K R9050 version of the 144A
- Djozz – Nichia 144A and 229A series: bigger dies, more output, 90CRI included,…….but no thermal slug Sad
- Clemence – NEW Nichia emitters NV4(W/L)144A
- Clemence – Nichia NV4×144Ax: What voltage and CCT would you like?

COLOUR RENDERING QUALITY AND TINT

REFERENCES




AVAILABLE TINT





HIGH/LOW CRI COMPARISON

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PRODUCT PICTURES
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– 144A 4500K (NV4L144AM) Ra9050, E900 flux, sm453 (3 steps McAdams, tightest bin available)
NV4L144AM Data sheet

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– 144A 5000K (NV4W144AM) Ra9050, E900 flux, sm503 (3 steps McAdams, tightest bin available)
NV4W144AM Data sheet

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– 144A 5700K (NV4W144AM) Ra9050, E1000 flux, sm573 (3 steps McAdams, tightest bin available)
NV4W144AM Data sheet

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– 219C 3000K (NVSL219C) Ra9050, D200 flux, sm305 (5 steps McAdams)
NVSL219C Data sheet

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– 219C 3500K (NVSL219C) Ra9050, D220 flux, sm353 (3 steps McAdams, tightest bin available)
NVSL219C Data sheet

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– 219C 4000K (NVSL219C) Ra9050, D240 flux, sm403 (3 steps McAdams, tightest bin available)
NVSL219C Data sheet

– Custom 30mm x 30mm x 2mm VirEnce cathode direct thermal path copper MCPCB for use with those NV4×144Ax
I know it’s a too big, too plain, expensive, and thick CDTP MCPCB. Meant for my photo light project, had to fill the minimum order. But, it will fit various optics by simple milling, cutting, drilling, tapping, and some creativity of course. Please note to never drill on the anode copper strip. Use thermal pad with 3W/M.K or higher to make it electrically insulated from the base/heatsink. Or solder it on any copper base for superior heatsinking

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– Djozz 16mm custom copper MCPCB Very simple and straightforward application. Perform MUCH better than common aluminum 16mm MCPCB. The dielectric used is excellent Click here for Test Details

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Ra 9050 means minimum CRI is 90 (typical 93) points, with deep red minimum of 50 points. In Nichia case, the 9050 already 10-20% more expensive (depends on LED types). For those don’t really familiar with CCT binning steps, I screen captured Nichia chromaticity diagram to give you the idea.

LED manufacturers still don’t have full control over the production variations in colour consistency. You can buy for example 5000K LED but ended having 4500K to 5500K variations in a single reel. Or 5000K with pinkish or greenish colour. So they usually use 3, 5, and 7 MacAdams steps to group the LED CCT manufactured. The smaller the number the tighter the CCT adheres to the standardized baselines.

- 3 steps inward is the highly prized LEDs, normally 20-30% more expensive than 5 steps. The choice for single emitter premium light engines (track lights, single emitter flashlights, medical equipment, high end store display lighting, wall wash lights, etc…)

- 5 steps is where most normal production fall into, if they use good control over phosphor mixing technique. This is usually the baseline for LED pricing.

- 7 steps LEDs are the preferred choice for most non colour consistent critical products, because you can always mix and match several CCT to get the average CCTvalue. The price also 20-30% lower compared to 5 steps. For example street lights, photography LED clusters, multi emitters flashlights, etc…

- Beyond 7 steps oval, the products considered to be off the specs too much. Reputable manufacturers usually destroy or recycle them but, some “leaked” or sold as extremely cheap funny coloured LEDs. For example you can find many cool white LED with melon flavours (very greenish white) in Ebay at amazingly ultra low price. But lately, researchers have found greenish cool white is actually very beneficial for grow lights.

Cree colour binning chart over Nichia colour binning chart (3, 5, and 7 steps MacAdams) Comparison created by Chouster
http://budgetlightforum.com/comment/1047627#comment-1047627

May the photons be with us,
Clemence

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ORDER LIST (other than Djozz & Texas_Ace areas):
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219C 9050 sm305
1. Mustsimon [PAID] [SHIPPED]

219C 9050 sm353
1. Mustsimon [PAID] [SHIPPED]
5. Biggulp [PAID] [SHIPPED]
6. Mustsimon [PAID] [SHIPPED]

219C 9050 sm403
6. Kidanxz [PAID] [SHIPPED]
11. Mustsimon [PAID] [SHIPPED]
14. Biggulp [PAID] [SHIPPED]
15. TWN [PAID] [SHIPPED]
18. TWN [PAID] [SHIPPED]
25. Biggulp [PAID] [SHIPPED]

144AM 9050 sm453

144AM 9050 sm503
1. Mustsimon [PAID] [SHIPPED]

144AM 9050 sm573
1. Kidanxz [PAID] [SHIPPED]
2. Mustsimon [PAID] [SHIPPED]
3. TWN [PAID] [SHIPPED]

VirEnce 30mm x 30mm CDTP MCPCB
1. Kidanxz [PAID] [SHIPPED]
3. Mustsimon [PAID] [SHIPPED]

Edited by: clemence on 01/23/2017 - 08:07
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clemence was so kind to arrange that some of his leds will be sold via me and TA to save on shipping costs from his country. In this post I will maintain a list of requests from the EU and around for leds sold by me. A timeline: we will collect requests up to the 27th, a day or so later clemence will send the leds to me (and TA). When they arrive here, I will resend the leds further to the people on the list (after payment to me by Paypal)

Edit: I can send any 144A led reflowed on my custom Nichia119 board, good for up to 4A, the boards are $2 apiece.

219C 90cri 3000k:
*1 –maukka 4+3
*2 –Jerommel 6
3 –djozz 6
*4 –Mitko 10
5 –X3 2
*6 -BoringlyUnique 15

219C 90cri 3500K:
*1 –maukka 4+3
2 –djozz 30
*3 –Jerommel 6
4 – TNT 1
*5 –Mitko 10
6 -X3 2
7 -zcbtjwb 5
*8 -ZFL-M60 2
*9 -badhakker 7

219C 90cri 4000k:
1 – giorgosk 4
*2 –maukka 4+3
*3 –chouster 10
4 –sixty545 10
5 – Wieselflinkpro 10
*6 -Jerommel 2
7 – TNT 30
8 -DangerNoodlez 1
9 -Billy X 10
*10-Mike C 14
*11-Mitko 20
*12 -prisma 3
13 – X3 2
14 -zcbtjwb 7
*15 -Cula 4
16 -Sirius9 4
*17 – TheOnlyDocc 4
*18 -badhakker 21
19 – andyz 5
20 -Kepling 2
21 -The_Driver 5
22 -dani_cj 5

144A 90cri 4500k, 6V version:
*1 –maukka 2
2 –djozz 4
3 –zcbtjwb 1
*4 –Wieselfinkpro 3
5 – andyz 1
*6 -badhakker 2
7 -Kepling 1
*8 -Jerommel 1
9 -The_Driver 2

144A 90cri 5000k, 6V version:
1 – The_Driver 1
2 – TNT 1
*3 – prisma 2
4 – andyz 1
5 –

144A 90cri 5700k, 6V version:
1 – The_Driver 1
2 –
3 –
4 –
5 –

Separate ‘clemence’ VirEnce board, DTP on the cathod side, heatsinks better than the djozz-board but requires quite some effort to make it work in a flashlight:
1 -The_Driver 1
*2 -prisma 2
3 -

Separate ‘djozz’ Nichia119 16mm diameter non-DTP board, requires some scraping off solder mask for the 144A to fit. See for a test of the board my Nihia 144A test (found via my sigline) :
*1 -maukka 1
*2 -maukka 1
3 – TNT
4 -Billy X 5
*5 -prisma 2
6 – Wieselfinkpro
7 – andyz 2
*8 -badhakker 2
9 -Kepling 1
*10 -Jerommel 2
11 -The_Driver 1

Updated up to post #248 please report any mistakes that I made in this list.

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Ok, I will maintain a list of all those in the USA group buy in this post so as to keep things more organized with 3 separate GB’s going on with the same products.

I will be receiving the LED’s from Clemence and then re-packaging them and shipping them out to those all over the USA to save on shipping costs.

USA shipping costs are $2.80 for first class mail with tracking number.

Shipping to Canada and Mexico shipping is $2.80 WITHOUT TRACKING or ~$9.50 with tracking best I can figure based on the USPS website, yeah it is silly.

I can reflow the 219C LED’s onto DTP copper stars for $2.50 each including the Star.

USA Group buy list:

219C 90cri 3000k:
1 – emarkd – PaidShipped
2 – emarkd – PaidShipped
3 – emarkd – PaidShipped
4 – emarkd – PaidShipped
5 – pscal – PaidShipped
6 – pscal – PaidShipped
7 – pscal – PaidShipped
8 – pscal – PaidShipped
9 – pscal – PaidShipped
10 – pscal – PaidShipped
11 – pscal – PaidShipped
12 – pscal – PaidShipped
13 – pscal – PaidShipped
14 – pscal – PaidShipped
15 – vinte77 – PaidShipped
16 – vinte77 – PaidShipped
17 – vinte77 – PaidShipped
18 – vinte77 – PaidShipped
19 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
20 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
21 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
22 – Gunga – PaidShipped
23 – Gunga – PaidShipped
24 – Gunga – PaidShipped
25 – Gunga – PaidShipped
26 – Gunga – PaidShipped
27 – westcoastwonders – PaidShipped
28 – westcoastwonders – PaidShipped
29 – westcoastwonders – PaidShipped
30 – westcoastwonders – PaidShipped
31 – LightRider – PaidShipped
32 – LightRider – PaidShipped
33 – LightRider – PaidShipped
34 – LightRider – PaidShipped
35 – LightRider – PaidShipped
36 – LightRider – PaidShipped
37 – LightRider – PaidShipped
38 – LightRider – PaidShipped
39 – LightRider – PaidShipped
40 – LightRider – PaidShipped
41 – THE_dAY – PaidShipped
42 – THE_dAY – PaidShipped
43 – THE_dAY – PaidShipped
44 – THE_dAY – PaidShipped
45 – somnambulism – PaidShipped
46 – somnambulism – PaidShipped
47 – somnambulism – PaidShipped
48 – somnambulism – PaidShipped

SOLD OUT

219C 90cri 3500K:
1 – zeroair – PaidShipped
2 – Pavlo – PaidShipped
3 – Pavlo – PaidShipped
4 – Gunga – PaidShipped
5 – Gunga – PaidShipped
6 – Gunga – PaidShipped
7 – Gunga – PaidShipped
8 – Gunga – PaidShipped
9 – westcoastwonders – PaidShipped
10 – westcoastwonders – PaidShipped
11 – westcoastwonders – PaidShipped
12 – westcoastwonders – PaidShipped
13 – LightRider – PaidShipped
14 – LightRider – PaidShipped
15 – LightRider – PaidShipped
16 – LightRider – PaidShipped
17 – LightRider – PaidShipped
18 – LightRider – PaidShipped
19 – LightRider – PaidShipped
20 – LightRider – PaidShipped
21 – LightRider – PaidShipped
22 – LightRider – PaidShipped
23 – LightRider – PaidShipped
24 – LightRider – PaidShipped

SOLD OUT

219C 90cri 4000k:
1 – zeroair – PaidShipped
2 – vinte77 – PaidShipped
3 – vinte77 – PaidShipped
4 – vinte77 – PaidShipped
5 – vinte77 – PaidShipped
6 – vinte77 – PaidShipped
7 – vinte77 – PaidShipped
8 – Navin_R_Johnson – PaidShipped
9 – Navin_R_Johnson – PaidShipped
10 – Navin_R_Johnson – PaidShipped
11 – Navin_R_Johnson – PaidShipped
12 – Navin_R_Johnson – PaidShipped
13 – THE_dAY – PaidShipped
14 – THE_dAY – PaidShipped
15 – THE_dAY – PaidShipped
16 – THE_dAY – PaidShipped
17 – Pavlo – PaidShipped
18 – Pavlo – PaidShipped
19 – alexis – reflowed to star – PaidShipped
20 – alexis – reflowed to star – PaidShipped
21 – alexis – reflowed to star – PaidShipped
22 – LightRider – PaidShipped
23 – LightRider – PaidShipped
24 – LightRider – PaidShipped
25 – LightRider – PaidShipped
26 – LightRider – PaidShipped
27 – LightRider – PaidShipped
28 – somnambulism – PaidShipped
29 – somnambulism – PaidShipped
30 – somnambulism – PaidShipped
31 – somnambulism – PaidShipped
32 – charles lin – PaidShipped
33 – charles lin – PaidShipped
34 – charles lin – PaidShipped
35 – charles lin – PaidShipped
36 – Gunga – PaidShipped
37 – Gunga – PaidShipped
38 – Gunga – PaidShipped
39 – Gunga – PaidShipped
40 – Gunga – PaidShipped
41 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
42 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
43 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
44 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
45 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
46 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
47 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
48 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
49 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
50 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
51 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
52 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
53 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
54 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
55 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
56 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
57 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
58 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
59 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
60 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
61 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
62 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
63 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
64 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
65 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
66 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
67 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
68 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
69 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
70 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
71 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
72 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
73 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
74 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
75 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
76 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
77 – Texas_Ace – PaidArrived
78 – vinte77 – PaidShipped
79 – vinte77 – PaidShipped
80 – vinte77 – PaidShipped
81 – vinte77 – PaidShipped
82 – emarkd – PaidShipped
83 – emarkd – PaidShipped
84 – emarkd – PaidShipped
85 – emarkd – PaidShipped
86 – emarkd – PaidShipped
87 – emarkd – PaidShipped
88 – illuminos – PaidShipped
89 – illuminos – PaidShipped
90 – illuminos – PaidShipped
91 – emarkd – PaidShipped
92 – emarkd – PaidShipped
93 – emarkd – PaidShipped
94 – emarkd – PaidShipped
95 – Thetasigma – PaidShipped
96 – Thetasigma – PaidShipped
97 – Thetasigma – PaidShipped
98 – Thetasigma – PaidShipped
99 – Thetasigma – PaidShipped
100 – Thetasigma – PaidShipped
101 – Thetasigma – PaidShipped
102 – Thetasigma – PaidShipped
103 – Thetasigma – PaidShipped
104 – Thetasigma – PaidShipped
105 – Thetasigma – PaidShipped
106 – Thetasigma – PaidShipped
107 – Thetasigma – PaidShipped
108 – Thetasigma – PaidShipped
109 – Thetasigma – PaidShipped
110 – Thetasigma – PaidShipped
111 – Thetasigma – PaidShipped
112 – Thetasigma – PaidShipped
113 – Thetasigma – PaidShipped
114 – Thetasigma – PaidShipped
115 – Thetasigma – PaidShipped
116 – LightRider – PaidShipped
117 – LightRider – PaidShipped
118 – LightRider – PaidShipped
119 – LightRider – PaidShipped
120 – fixed it – PaidShipped
121 – fixed it – PaidShipped
122 – fixed it – PaidShipped
123 – illuminos – PaidShipped
124 – illuminos – PaidShipped
125 – illuminos – PaidShipped
126 – illuminos – PaidShipped
127 – illuminos – PaidShipped
128 – illuminos – PaidShipped
129 – illuminos – PaidShipped
130 – Maverickhawk – PaidShipped
131 – Maverickhawk – PaidShipped
132 – Maverickhawk – PaidShipped
133 – Maverickhawk – PaidShipped
134 – Maverickhawk – PaidShipped
135 – Maverickhawk – PaidShipped
136 – Maverickhawk – PaidShipped
137 – Maverickhawk – PaidShipped
138 – Maverickhawk – PaidShipped

SOLD OUT

144A 90cri 4500k:
1 – emarkd – PaidShipped
2 – emarkd – PaidShipped
3 – emarkd – PaidShipped
4 – emarkd – PaidShipped
5 – vinte77 – PaidShipped
6 – vinte77 – PaidShipped

144A 90cri 5000k:
1 – westcoastwonders – PaidShipped
2 – westcoastwonders – PaidShipped
3 – RobertB – PaidShipped
4 – RobertB – PaidShipped
5 -

144A 90cri 5700k:
1 –
2 –

VirEnce cathode DTP copper MCPCB for NV4×144A
1 – emarkd – PaidShipped
2 –

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5” parabolic reflector (for recoil light)

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This is very cool! I just swapped the XP-L HI on my Jetbeam JET-II Pro with the 3000K 219C and I’m liking it more and more every day.

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I’ll complete the listing with pictures, details and pricing later. Still working now

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Quote:

- NVSL219C 3500K, Ra9050, D220 flux, sm305 (3 steps McAdams, tightest bin available)

- NVSL219C 4000K, Ra9050, D240 flux, sm305 (3 steps McAdams, tightest bin available)

Shouldn’t these be sm303 to denote the 3 step?

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maukka wrote:
Quote:

- NVSL219C 3500K, Ra9050, D220 flux, sm305 (3 steps McAdams, tightest bin available)

- NVSL219C 4000K, Ra9050, D240 flux, sm305 (3 steps McAdams, tightest bin available)

Shouldn’t these be sm303 to denote the 3 step?

Sorry, that was typo. I woke up, jump off the bed, and made the post. We’re GMT 0, +1, and +8 people working together.
Will fix it tonight

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so clemence..what country do you live now?

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Bali, Indonesia

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What a such coincident, nice island and i’m indonesian too…but i live in java .
When everything is set i’ll definitely order from you LOL
Btw, are you also the member from kaskus flashlight forum?

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Can i reserve NVSL219C 4000K, Ra9050, D240 flux, sm305 ?

I want 4 – 12 pieces based on price

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giorgoskok wrote:
Can i reserve NVSL219C 4000K, Ra9050, D240 flux, sm305 ?

I want 4 – 12 pieces based on price

Yes, I think it is night where clemence is but he will be posting the full GB details later today. I will say that it is a heck of a price on the nicest 219c’s we have had access to yet! I plan on converting basically all my “normal” lights to them around the house. Leaving only the lumen and throw monsters with other options.

Can’t wait to get one in my EDC S2+.

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What a such coincident, nice island and i’m indonesian too…but i live in java . When everything is set i’ll definitely order from you LOL Btw, are you also the member from kaskus flashlight forum?

Yup, but not much to talk there. I even forgot I was there if you didn’t mention it Big Smile

Guys, just got home from a long boring neighbourhood meeting, common in Indonesia

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Can i reserve NVSL219C 4000K, Ra9050, D240 flux, sm305 ?

I want 4 – 12 pieces based on price

Yes, I think it is night where clemence is but he will be posting the full GB details later today. I will say that it is a heck of a price on the nicest 219c’s we have had access to yet! I plan on converting basically all my “normal” lights to them around the house. Leaving only the lumen and throw monsters with other options.

Can’t wait to get one in my EDC S2+.

Thanks TA .
So , clemence count me in for 10-12 pcs for sure Big Smile

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Yeah…and i’m planning to switch all my lights to 219c’s as well also, but leaving my modded Convoy C8 MT-G2, its still my favourite light to everyday all around use Big Smile

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Do these 144As have the Spiegelei problem the one djozz tested did? If not, I want some, and I don’t even have a host for them yet.

I put 5000K R8000 D280s in my Jetbeam T6 and lost an estimated 100 lumens, but gained about 200m FL1 throw over the original XP-Ls. It does get hot faster, but 219Cs can serve well in a role like this.

I got four of the 4000K R9050s in the mail a couple days ago. So far, I put one in a Convoy S3 along with a TIR. It’s nice, but my preference would be 5000K.

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I’m pretty sure they do. But I just today found out that the Nitecore TM03 uses a type of two tier reflector that will very effectively hide it.

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If only TM03s weren’t horrible for other reasons.

I’m imagining one of these in something like a Klarus G30, but perhaps not if it’s unlikely to have an even tint.

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zak.wilson wrote:
Do these 144As have the Spiegelei problem the one djozz tested did? If not, I want some, and I don’t even have a host for them yet.

I put 5000K R8000 D280s in my Jetbeam T6 and lost an estimated 100 lumens, but gained about 200m FL1 throw over the original XP-Ls. It does get hot faster, but 219Cs can serve well in a role like this.

I got four of the 4000K R9050s in the mail a couple days ago. So far, I put one in a Convoy S3 along with a TIR. It’s nice, but my preference would be 5000K.

Will test it for you soon. You can still use colour mixing optics, or OP reflector designed for XHP50/70 if the egg yolk problem still there.

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Can someone explain to me the difference between Nichia 219C SM405 and SM403 ?

Edit : found the answer

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Can someone explain to me the difference between Nichia 219C SM405 and SM403 ?

Did you mean 305 vs 403?
sm305 = 3000K 5 steps McAdams
sm403 = 4000K 3 steps McAdams

I bought thousands of 3000K for my company. 3 steps would make it extremely expensive while the application doesn’t need it. That’s why the 3000K is only available in 5 steps

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Can someone explain to me the difference between Nichia 219C SM405 and SM403 ?

Did you mean 305 vs 403?
sm305 = 3000K 5 steps McAdams
sm403 = 4000K 3 steps McAdams

I bought thousands of 3000K for my company. 3 steps would make it extremely expensive while the application doesn’t need it. That’s why the 3000K is only available in 5 steps

No , i meant SM403 vs SM405 , then found the answer in the OP about steps McAdams .

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Hey Clemence and TA, put me down for 4 219c 3000K emitters. Thanks guys!

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Hey Clemence and TA, put me down for 4 219c 3000K emitters. Thanks guys!

Done.

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Texas Avenger Driver Series

My LED Test series - XP-L2 V5  - Nichia 219C 90+ CRILatticebright "XM-L"XHP35 & PWM efficiency - XHP50 - XP-L V5 - XM-L2 U2 - XP-G3 S5  - XP-L HI V2 - Oslon Square & direct comparison to Djozz tests - Nichia 319A - Nichia 219B 9080 CRI - Nichia 219C D320 - Nichia 229AT

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djozz: 2x NV4L144AM (144A 6V) 4500K, Ra9050 and 4 of each 219C, so 4× 3000 K, 4× 3500 K and 4× 4000 K, thanks.

edit: throw in two of your MCPCBs too for the 144s.

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Hey Clemence and TA, put me down for 4 219c 3000K emitters. Thanks guys!

Done.

Hey are you only getting 5 of each, or is that just all the list space you started with? I don’t actually need 4 of them and I’d hate for others to miss out just cause I got here first.

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