The new LED XHP50.2

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The new LED XHP50.2

Left:XHP50 CRI90 5000K
Right:XHP50.2 CRI70 5000K

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LD-33 3A

Left:XHP50 CRI90 5000K
Right:XHP50.2 CRI70 5000K

Visual, a little green still.

30cm,Other distance, can not see “black-heart” also.

Sorry for my poor english.

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Nice pictures! Thanks for the beam shot, glad to know there is no cross even with the SMO reflector!

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The die looks exactly like the XP-G3 … don´t like the tint of the 5000K XHP 50.2 Sad

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Kusie wrote:
The die looks exactly like the XP-G3 … don´t like the tint of the 5000K XHP 50.2 Sad

That might be because the XHP50.2 contains 4 XP-G3 dies Wink
Also concerning tint, the 90CRI version probably looks better

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Nice comparison. So it seems that the XHP50.2 in a smooth reflector does not produce a donuthole in the hotspot? Are the dies then as close together as the XHP50? (The continuous phosfor alone can not be responsable for a donut-free hotspot)

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Beautiful pics steel!

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Great news! Anyone here that has an idea if or where I could buy one of those?!

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Tom_182 wrote:
Great news! Anyone here that has an idea if or where I could buy one of those?!

Thusfar just Kaidomain.com

link to djozz tests 

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do they throw better than xhp 35 or not?

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Very nice, this should work very nice in my planned host.

It does not appear to have much tint shift, is this what you see by eye as well?

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No black cross now. (没有黑心了。)

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Steel - what is that light on the right? Can't make out a model name - says ST ??? Is this a model you sell? Curious because it appears to be a re-branded Yezl Y3, and I've modded a bunch, still got a few - nice light, but can't find a good source anymore to buy them. Was buying from gearBest but the last batch was awful from them, so I gave up for now.

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johny723 wrote:
do they throw better than xhp 35 or not?

no, even the XHP35 throw weaker than Xp-g2 dedomed
it depends on die size

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Tom E

It is a N-LIGHT ST-90D.

Maybe ST-90D is no longer produced.

But, You can find ST-90D in Taobao.

N-Light ST-90D

Sorry for my poor english.

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Hey, thanks for sharing steel! Does this emitter have the same issues with color blending that the XPG3 and XPL2 have??

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vestureofblood wrote:
Hey, thanks for sharing steel! Does this emitter have the same issues with color blending that the XPG3 and XPL2 have??

This is what I wanna know. Even “95 CRI” won’t mean crap if we get a fried egg hotspot and blue spill.

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Slim Pickens wrote:
vestureofblood wrote:
Hey, thanks for sharing steel! Does this emitter have the same issues with color blending that the XPG3 and XPL2 have??

This is what I wanna know. Even “95 CRI” won’t mean crap if we get a fried egg hotspot and blue spill.

I know right. So far even with optics about the best I’ve seen is yellow around the edges with a warm pink center.. Great description for a piece of cake.. Not so much for an LED. LOL

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vestureofblood wrote:
Hey, thanks for sharing steel! Does this emitter have the same issues with color blending that the XPG3 and XPL2 have??

Yes, yellow with a little green.

Sorry for my poor english.

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What’s up with the flaky phosphor trend now?

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Yep it started with the G3 and they will jack up the XHP35 and 70 next! Sick

Time to start hording the “old emitter’s” now! Big Smile

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steel_1024 wrote:
vestureofblood wrote:
Hey, thanks for sharing steel! Does this emitter have the same issues with color blending that the XPG3 and XPL2 have??

Yes, yellow with a little green.

Ouch. Haven’t seen the green epidemic since late XPG to early XPG2 I think.

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steel_1024 wrote:
Tom E It is a N-LIGHT ST-90D. Maybe ST-90D is no longer produced. But, You can find ST-90D in Taobao. "N-Light ST-90D":https://world.taobao.com/item/37645546780.htm?fromSite=main&spm=a1z0k.7386009.0.d4919233.DxHYvz&_u=t2dmg8j26111  

Taobao is not an option - can't understand Chinese, and even if there was a way to communicate, dunno cost w/shipping, etc. Just been working on a couple Y3's - forgot how bad quality is, how many changes they went through from batch to batch -- lots of lots of issues, plus no support from Yezl, worse was the no support from GearBest who was the last one selling them.

These N-LIGHT's though look better from what parts they show like the threads, but there's important stuff not shown, like the MCPCB shelf - all had some sort of concave shape, some worse than others - horrible contact with the MCPCB, though the shelf itself was super thick. Also I see the N-LIGHTs have that huge over sized centering piece. It has to go - when replaced, lumens bumps significantly, but because it's so thick, you have to add a copper shim under the MCPCB, further complicating things.

Really wonder bout these N-LIGHT's though. Would love to see one and see if it's a truly better quality Y3 equivalent.

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djozz wrote:
Nice comparison. So it seems that the XHP50.2 in a smooth reflector does not produce a donuthole in the hotspot? Are the dies then as close together as the XHP50? (The continuous phosfor alone can not be responsable for a donut-free hotspot)

Hi,

i can confirm this. No donut hole at all.

Maxtoch M12

Nice Spot but with yellow corona similar to the XP-G3.

But it seems i burned two emitters with fully charged 26350s. I will reflow the LED again, perhaps it was only bad soldered.

Regards

Kenjii

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Hi there,
can anyone tell me where is + and – if I want to reflow to a new board?!

Greets,
Tom

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Sorry for my poor english.

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Anyone knows a good source of a neutral white XHP50 or 50.2 that has a tint on the rosy side?
like the BLF Q8 or BLF348 tints