Have you seen this 3 x XHP70 soda can light before? (similar to Haikelite MT03)

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@2100, do you want an even lower price for the MT07S XHP70.2?

Go on M4DM4X.com and sign up. You’ll get it for 46,50$.

My very own high current Beryllium Copper springs Gen 3:
http://budgetlightforum.com/node/67401
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@2100, do you want an even lower price for the MT07S XHP70.2?

Go on M4DM4X.com and sign up. You’ll get it for 46,50$.

Just checking things out buddy, M4DM4X.com is new to me and would be very useful. Just came back to the hobby after a few years break. Thx for the heads up!

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3 x XHP 35 HI swap?


This reflector is very shallow and OP. I think it would make a terrible thrower.
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3 x XHP 35 HI swap?


This reflector is very shallow and OP. I think it would make a terrible thrower.

Yeah i suppose so. At this size, even after consider all options to mod etc, it’s like trying to be a jack of all trades but a master of none.

The soda can size is pretty ok though. Taking the Mateminco MT18 with its 72mm head for eg, that is really quite a bit on the big side to use practically and then “stuff it into the pocket”.

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One thing I didnt like on MT03 was the very thin LED shelf, is this copied or thicker?

Of course on of my new MT03/09S DD+small 300mA FET drivers with BLF firmware would be an option when battery is 2S/2P

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Ok, did it again with fresh batteries for ROT66, 2xQ8 & Fake MT03 aka Q30.

30Q's in Q8's, VCT6 in ROT66 & Q30

Measured on Lux app on Samsung S7 & LX1010BS. ROT66 stepped down before 30sec, didn't catch the number

 

 

Turn On

S7

Turn On

LX1010BS

30 Sec

S7

30sec

LX1010BS

 
D4 600 650 300 325  
D4S 1080 1170 820 890  
ROT66 1150 1210 370 390  
BLF Q8 1300 1485 1225 1408  
Sofirn Q8 1135 1325 1063 1248  
Q30 1466 1950 1335 1818  
BLF A6 288 319 270 301  
S41 370 430 312 364  

 

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7.2% drop after 30 seconds for this Q30 at about 6500 lumens, vs Sofirn Q8’s 6.1% (~4500 lumens). Taking BLF Q8 to be 5000 lumens exactly.
My BLF Q8 steps down in 3 mins exactly most of the time +/- 10 seconds.

Not too bad. Should be able to hit comfortably over 7k lumens with bypass,

I need such a light (floodie) for the constant hot weather here. Big Smile
Was already gunning > 10 mins 2 nights earlier with the Q8.

I can go with the MT03/MT09R etc, but it wouldn’t really be practical/useful for the majority of the time, both size wise (MT09R) and heat wise. Prob only for just 20-30 seconds bursts, esp during the time when the light already is warm with previous lower power uses, unless if i have a water source nearby for host cool-downs.

I already have a lot of experience with my 3pcs of DRY triple XM-Ls gunning at close to 5 amps direct-drive (3S) at the tail in 300g smaller hosts last time, so i more or less know what to expect.

Now to ask for more discounts from the seller(s)…… Big Smile

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Bro Sillen, do you think you could help me with a favour?

Could you pls switch on both the BLF Q8 and this Q30 and duration it takes to hit the thermal regulation point? Both shd be at 55 deg C setting. If you have access to a IR thermo then that’d be even better. Else the auto thermal regulation point is fine.

This is to find out how efficient those chinese 7070 LEDs are.

Thank you! Smile

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2100 wrote:
Bro Sillen, do you think you could help me with a favour?

Could you pls switch on both the BLF Q8 and this Q30 and duration it takes to hit the thermal regulation point? Both shd be at 55 deg C setting. If you have access to a IR thermo then that’d be even better. Else the auto thermal regulation point is fine.

This is to find out how efficient those chinese 7070 LEDs are.

Thank you! Smile


The BLF Q8 can vary the thermal step down point depending on how off the internal temperature probe is. It is set in software for 55°C, but it could easily go above or below that unless you set it yourself.
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JasonWW wrote:
The BLF Q8 can vary the thermal step down point depending on how off the internal temperature probe is. It is set in software for 55°C, but it could easily go above or below that unless you set it yourself.

Yep for sure it might be off, besides the Q30’s temp probe might be a bit off too. But it’s probably still somewhat alright if i am just after a ballpark figure.

Sillen just replied me that his IR thermo is still on the slow boat. heh……. So i’ll just make do whatever he has presently.

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See who appeared here
https://www.banggood.com/Haikelite-Q30-7070LED-12000Lumens-5Modes-Chargi...LED-Flashlight-p-1368210.html?p=Z8200610213334201704&utm_campaign=fin17&utm_content=chendongling&cur_warehouse=CN

Sorry for my poor english.

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Except that FastTech is lying about the LEDs – those aren’t XHP70s.

I would just spend a little more and buy myself an Astrolux MF01 – real chips, real Lumens and a quality light over all

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I’m not saying that these chinese 7070s in my link are the same as what is used in the chinese lights, but they might give you an idea. There are 18W and 30W variants, 1.44usd and 3.46usd respectively.
https://item.taobao.com/item.htm?spm=a230r.1.14.99.1cc75e36F73VQT&id=562...

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