#GB46 HaikeLite MT07S XHP70.2 5000lm Group Buy - ACTIVE!

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HaikeLite Official wrote:

Don’t think so. MT07 and MT03 are 2S2P (current batches), whereas MT07S is 4S.

interesting that it uses 4S like the earlier version of MT03.

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Interested to see further tests.
Judging by its shape it looks more balanced than MT07 and definitely lighter. XHP70.2 + SMO look nice.

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Im interested

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I am interested depending on the final price

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Interested.
Thank you.

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Mt07s is what I want, and I’ll soon have it

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Very interested for 1, thanks!

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Some update

Thermal control—Turbo 5000 lumens – —around 5 minutes—step down to 3500 lumens—stable at 3400 lumens —if cooling down to 45 degree C—brightness climb up to 4000 lumens

In moonlight mode a long click for 3 seconds Shut down Thermal control ; Cut off power supply to recover thermal control

Moonlight —1-3 lumens ; not 0.2 lumens

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release it already Cool

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Are you referring to this?

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release it already 8^)
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Those are really encouraging figures for this new light. Direct access to moonlight is definitely more useful than strobe for most people. 

HaikeLite Official wrote:
Some update Thermal control--Turbo 5000 lumens - --around 5 minutes--step down to 3500 lumens--stable at 3400 lumens --if cooling down to 45 degree C--brightness climb up to 4000 lumens In moonlight mode a long click for 3 seconds Shut down Thermal control ; Cut off power supply to recover thermal control Moonlight --1-3 lumens ; not 0.2 lumens

 

I disassembled my SC01 yesterday as I wanted to take some detail shots of the product. Unfortunately, spring from the USB charging board fell off when i dropped the circuit board by accident from desk height. 

This clearly showed that the joint was weak despite the amount of solder used. I tried to resolder the spring back to the exact spot, but I solder was very stubborn and refused to stick onto spring. I ended up replacing to a regular brass one with bypass mod. Able to disclose what kind of material or coating are you using for the spring? Ideally, we should have two to three point of contacts for the solder, rather than having all to one side.

This could be a potentially cause the light failure after a period of usage. Please address to this issue soon. 

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Might be the solder they used, or like you say, the coating on the spring doesn't bond well to solder. Might have to actually arc the solder fully over the base ring of the spring.

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This clearly showed that the joint was weak despite the amount of solder used… Ideally, we should have; two to three point of contacts for the solder, rather than having all to one side.


This could be a potentially cause the light failure after a period of usage. Please address to this issue soon. 

This happened to another member with his MT02 as well, post #45: http://budgetlightforum.com/node/55352?page=1

Wasn’t it silver coated?

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Spring could be silver plated. Will regular solder and temperature work on them?

Ok, Pete7874 had spring issue too. 

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freeme wrote:

Those are really encouraging figures for this new light. Direct access to moonlight is definitely more useful than strobe for most people. 


HaikeLite Official wrote:
Some update Thermal control—Turbo 5000 lumens – —around 5 minutes—step down to 3500 lumens—stable at 3400 lumens —if cooling down to 45 degree C—brightness climb up to 4000 lumens In moonlight mode a long click for 3 seconds Shut down Thermal control ; Cut off power supply to recover thermal control Moonlight —1-3 lumens ; not 0.2 lumens

 


I disassembled my SC01 yesterday as I wanted to take some detail shots of the product. Unfortunately, spring from the USB charging board fell off when i dropped the circuit board by accident from desk height. 



This clearly showed that the joint was weak despite the amount of solder used. I tried to resolder the spring back to the exact spot, but I solder was very stubborn and refused to stick onto spring. I ended up replacing to a regular brass one with bypass mod. Able to disclose what kind of material or coating are you using for the spring? Ideally, we should have two to three point of contacts for the solder, rather than having all to one side.


This could be a potentially cause the light failure after a period of usage. Please address to this issue soon. 

Thank for pointing it out. We aware of the issue of spring soldering, Will find a solution to improve it.

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Hhmm. Hobbyists typically use leaded solder, while manufacturing uses non-lead solder. I'd think leaded solder should work fine with silver, not sure bout non-lead. Always wondered if silver coated springs is real silver, or do they cheap out on the thickness of the coating so much, the bonding is a problem.

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I have haikelight SC02, it’s great, except the oring
interested in this light

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Do you mean the XHP35 HI version? i dont know, Haikelite only mentioned briefly yeah could be that one. but frankly i have no idea but that one is a zoomy right so that could not be it?

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Are you referring to this?



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release it already Cool
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yeah Pete7874 also has the same spring problem, i notified Haikelite earlier and they are aware of the problem.


I opened the board from MT02 and MT01, i noticed that the solders are not flowed properly and the solder was rather dull no wonder you could crack the solder easily. i had to reflow that and replace the solder with a usual leaded solder plus a little flux and it was also only soldered on one side. I wish they could improved that, kind of ruined an otherwise a good quality light.

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Put me down for one please.

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rizky_p wrote:
yeah Pete7874 also has the same spring problem, i notified Haikelite earlier and they are aware of the problem.


I opened the board from MT02 and MT01, i noticed that the solders are not flowed properly and the solder was rather dull no wonder you could crack the solder easily. i had to reflow that and replace the solder with a usual leaded solder plus a little flux and it was also only soldered on one side. I wish they could improved that, kind of ruined an otherwise a good quality light.

already added two sodering tin joints in all stocks to improve

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I’ll take one, with an extra reflector if I can too so I can try both

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