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I don’t know enough about ceramics to know that it can not be casted in this way, so I’m with you in this Smile

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Asbestos Big Smile

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djozz wrote:
I don’t know enough about ceramics to know that it can not be casted in this way, so I’m with you in this Smile

It would have to be fired at 1000° upwards.
But it might be used here as a filler material (it’s stiff, opaque and doesn’t degrade or outgas Thumbs Up ).

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http://www.cotronics.com/vo/cotr/ca_fastset.htm
There are ceramic adhesives which are used in bulbs because of low thermal expansion at high temperatures.
Just because it is “ceramic” does not mean it is solid like a rock.
It can be made into epoxies or other stuff.

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Interesting. Ceramic powder with some sort of silicate binder.

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Any updates on this?

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Eleziel wrote:
Any updates on this?

Not available yet.
https://octopart.com/search?q=KW%20CULPM1.TG&start=0
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avnet lists them now with MOQ of 2000, no stock and no price:
https://www.avnet.com/shop/us/products/osram-opto-semiconductors-1/kw-cu...

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avnet lists them now with MOQ of 2000, no stock and no price: https://www.avnet.com/shop/us/products/osram-opto-semiconductors-1/kw-cu...

LOL if we do a group buy with a 25 piece minimum….. Big Smile

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I would not mind buying 25 Smile

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how would these compare to a flat white and would these work good in a triple LED light with optics?.
thank you.

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HCRI9080 wrote:
how would these compare to a flat white and would these work good in a triple LED light with optics?.
thank you.

This is the same thing as the 2mm white flat (CSLPM1.TG) but with a larger thermal pad for better overdriving capability.
There are no MCPCBs for it yet, hopefully LED4power will make some.
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Enderman wrote:
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how would these compare to a flat white and would these work good in a triple LED light with optics?. thank you.
This is the same thing as the 2mm white flat (CSLPM1.TG) but with a larger thermal pad for better overdriving capability. There are no MCPCBs for it yet, hopefully LED4power will make some.

Wait, it’s exactly the same otherwise? i can see the single 18650 tube zoomie with a collar putting out 1mcd already..

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Wait, it’s exactly the same otherwise? i can see the single 18650 tube zoomie with a collar putting out 1mcd already..


Yes. Literally the same die just with bigger substrate for better thermals.

You won’t get anywhere near 1mcd in an 18650 size tube light.
Do the math and you’ll see.

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Enderman wrote:

Yes. Literally the same die just with bigger substrate for better thermals.

So is it also a rectangular die? From the first picture it looks square, unless that was an old picture
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Lothar wrote:
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Yes. Literally the same die just with bigger substrate for better thermals.

So is it also a rectangular die? From the first picture it looks square, unless that was an old picture

It is rectangular, yes, you can see on the datasheet.
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avnet lists them now with MOQ of 2000, no stock and no price: https://www.avnet.com/shop/us/products/osram-opto-semiconductors-1/kw-cu...

LOL if we do a group buy with a 25 piece minimum….. Big Smile


TBH I don’t think it’s a viable source.
But it is a source which is a small step towards general availability.

Though now that I think about it – I remember when Hank managed to source a batch of old XP-G2 long after they were unavailable.
From memory – 1000 was sold very quickly with several members buying hundreds each.

Boost HX is likely to stay the throw king for a while so it makes sense to stash them if GB promises a lower price than a store would. Though better bins may appear.

So maybe 2000 is not out of BLF range?

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Interesting, this means it should pop up on “normal” sites before long.

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Agro, if the Boost HX turns out to be the next throw king, as the hype suggests it will, then 2000 pieces in a BLF group buy would be pretty easy to do for sure.

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  • Assuming we have a suitable MCPCB for it.

If the DTP 4040 fits as well as LED4Power thinks his Q8 board + 4 of these will instantly go in my Q8

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** Assuming we have a suitable MCPCB for it.

If the DTP 4040 fits as well as LED4Power thinks his Q8 board + 4 of these will instantly go in my Q8


OOOHHH! Make one for me too! I’ll start saving up for it. Cash

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Yes, DTP 4040 from L4P is probably a superb choice. Smile
Among the best MCPCBs (if not the best MCPCB) and already available.

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Yeah I’m just waiting for led4power to get them in stock like he did with the first two white flats Smile

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mouser listed them too

but i do not find the "good" BINs


(from this datasheet)

brightness: 5S
voltage group: G5

i assume the lower bins will die fast in a DD setup

 

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I dont see the listing on mouser?

I did find arrow.com has the start of a page:

https://www.arrow.com/en/products/kw-culpm1.tg-z6rf6-ebvffcbb46-65g5/osr...

Looks to be lowest brightness bin and unknown voltage bin?

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aah thx

google must have offered me a "similar result" 

sorry

 

 

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M4D M4X wrote:

aah thx

google must have offered me a “similar result” 

sorry


 

Got us all excited there for a moment…

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contactcr wrote:
I dont see the listing on mouser?

I did find arrow.com has the start of a page:

https://www.arrow.com/en/products/kw-culpm1.tg-z6rf6-ebvffcbb46-65g5/osr...

Looks to be lowest brightness bin and unknown voltage bin?


The lowest brightness bin is unlikely to beat KW CSLPM1.TG available from L4P.

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