XHP35 CRI90 where to get?

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XHP35 CRI90 where to get?

I’m wondering if CRI90 XHP35 HI/HD are available to order somewhere? Thanks in advance.

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There is an XHP35 HI 80CRI if you want from Kaidomain:
http://kaidomain.com/p/S026109.Cree-XHP35-HI-C4-40E-Neutral-White-4000K-...

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BlueSwordM is right there are more neutral choices in 80CRI from Mouser and Arrow too (4000K and 4500K) but these are 90CRI:

HI 3000K
https://www.arrow.com/en/products/xhp35a-h0-0000-0d0ub230g/cree

HD 5700K
https://www.arrow.com/en/products/xhp35a-00-0000-0d0uc40e2/cree

HD 2600K & 3000K
https://www.mouser.com/Search/Refine.aspx?N=4292906361&Keyword=XHP35A-00...

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Cutter has them.

XHP35 1D-Tint with dome: http://www.cutter.com.au/proddetail.php?prod=cut2763

Dedomed/shaved it should do around 5000K.

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contactcr wrote:
HD 5700K https://www.arrow.com/en/products/xhp35a-00-0000-0d0uc40e2/cree

Just ordered two of these. What tint will they get when shaved?

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Lexel wrote:
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Cutter has them.

XHP35 1D-Tint with dome: http://www.cutter.com.au/proddetail.php?prod=cut2763

Dedomed/shaved it should do around 5000K.

Those are normal CRI70

Not according to Cutter. They are designated as 90 CRI in the product list and have the letter “u” in the product number. They also have the low bin B4 which only makes sense for a 90CRI LED (because of the high CCT). A 70CRI XHP35 with 1D-Tint would be in the D4-E4 Bin range.

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CREE and High CRI isn’t really relevant unless you go warm… like 3000K warm

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X3 wrote:
CREE and High CRI isn’t really relevant unless you go warm… like 3000K warm

What do you mean it’s not relevant?

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LichtAn wrote:
X3 wrote:
CREE and High CRI isn’t really relevant unless you go warm… like 3000K warm

What do you mean it’s not relevant?


I’ve tested some CREE High CRI LED and there’s always a green hue to them…
The only one I like is the XM-L2 3000K from KD.
I put 3 of them in 2 of my SR-mini and they’re really pleasant as ambient lighting.

But each time I try a 4000K~5000K “High CRI” LED from CREE it’s disappointing (XP-G3, XHP35, XHP50, XHP70…)

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