GB interest list for Luxeon MZ 3V 5700K 90CRI (9080 Nichia rating)

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Ugh, I thought I’d expressed interest in this.

In any case, do you have a rough ETA on arrival of the MZs? I’m planning on ordering some 4040 MCPCBs and trying to decide if I should wait to order the MZs from you, or get them domestically.

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Max. 8 weeks. Flux bin should be quite bit better than what is currently available from Mouser,Digikey etc.

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8 weeks Smile I hope that they’ll be available soon, copper host is waiting for them Wink

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They are on its way from Philips factory.

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They are finally here, flux bin is R!

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led4power wrote:

flux bin is R!


That’s great, I think these will make for an extremely efficient high-cri X6 quad!
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Yes, I think triple and quad CUTE optics builds will be most popular. At 24Amps my calculations predict ~6000lm OTF lumens (6700lm LED) for Quad CUTE and R bin, Vf=3.13Vsmile, this means light output will still be 6000lm when battery (VTC5A) is 50% discharged. I will build one X6 this weekend.

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These leds are not cheap (per led, per lumen it is much better Smile ), but I bought some for a Q8 built. Could be 8000 lumen of extreme tint.

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They have 8mm2 of die area (expensive) on  high thermal conductivity aluminum nitiride subrstrate (expensive),Philips was always among most expensive LED brands.

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I want at least 1, but on a 20mm with FET and NTC on it, but i don’t see it listed as such.

Will you get some high output Luxeon Z ES in the future?
Those SST-20s seem to be un-de-domable without breaking the bond wires.. Sad

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I'm still in process of adding MZ listings with various PCBs,please check later.

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Jerommel wrote:
I want at least 1, but on a 20mm with FET and NTC on it, but i don't see it listed as such. Will you get some high output Luxeon Z ES in the future? Those SST-20s seem to be un-de-domable without breaking the bond wires.. :(

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I will not have Z ES, they are too small for flashlight applications.

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Too small?
I think they can do 4 Amperes and have low Vf so would be nice for linear drive throwers, like aspherics
You have the boards for them already. Smile

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There is already good selection of Z ES on Mouser. For max. throw orsam black flat is still better.

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True, but Mouser charges € 20.— shipping… Tired
Yes, Black Flat or old XP-G2 etc… But they both have very high Vf.
So in real life the Z ES looks ideal for a linear driver on a single cell.
Same benefits as the MZ, which afteral is 4x Z ES dies.

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There is Luxeon N (2mm^2 die), which is smaller brother of Luxeon V, they are both newer and more efficient generations compared to Z ES, and soon there will be new LED from Philips,same die as Luxeon N,but in 3535 package.Let's hope they will announce domeless version too.

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Okay, then i will wait.
Was thinking to get some 10 or maybe 25 Z ES-es and some of your boards to sell mounted on boards to earn back the shipping costs.
Hope the N will have that nice low Vf too.

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Is the sale still open? If yes please add me for 1.
Will the reduced price for your drivers still be available when the leds arrive?
Would like to get a LD-B4 + MZ led on ledboard with FET and NTC.

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You can find MZ led with regular price and drivers on my page: led4power.com

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