✌ FREEME - ASTROLUX FT03 SST40 2400lm 875m NarsilM v1.3 USB-C >>> $29.99 (3000+pcs SOLD!!!)

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Stats look a bit too optimistic

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You had me at 190,000cd. If this is true, I’m in.

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Astrolux is always on the high side of numbers. I never see more than 2236 lumens from SST40 in my N4 BA builds and I use very low resistance. Springs all bypassed with wires. So I think it will never be 2400 lumens. It will be closer to 2000-2200 lumens. I don’t really like pumped up numbers and then you never achieve them. I better like lower rating and then if the light can do more I’m happy. I think Astrolux need to change that to 2000 lumens and 160000cd. That is more realistic. My Convoy L2 with that led made 2226 lumens and 172400 cd.

That is a beamshot of that so we can hope the beam look like this because reflector size is very close to L2. I really like the useful hot spot size and enough throw of that. But now it has a Luxeon V for warmer 4000K color. The trees on top are 100m far from the light.

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With that design, wouldn’t the heat dissipation be quite poor or I am missing something??

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A_M_K wrote:
With that design, wouldn’t the heat dissipation be quite poor or I am missing something??

Looks to me that the whole heatsink, light engine and head is made of a single piece of aluminum I think it can have a good heat transfer.

What do you notice that makes you think that?

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AlexGT wrote:
A_M_K wrote:
With that design, wouldn’t the heat dissipation be quite poor or I am missing something??

Looks to me that the whole heatsink, light engine and head is made of a single piece of aluminum I think it can have a good heat transfer.

What do you notice that makes you think that?

Small fins and not enough surface area for adequate heat dissipation, to allow the flashlight to sustain 2000lm for more than ~30sec…

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A_M_K wrote:
AlexGT wrote:
A_M_K wrote:
With that design, wouldn’t the heat dissipation be quite poor or I am missing something??

Looks to me that the whole heatsink, light engine and head is made of a single piece of aluminum I think it can have a good heat transfer.

What do you notice that makes you think that?

Small fins and not enough surface area for adequate heat dissipation, to allow the flashlight to sustain 2000lm for more than ~30sec…


It is a chunk of a flashlight, at 2000 lumen to warm up before you can not touch it may take more than 10 minutes, and with its surface area (even without a lot of fins) I estimate it can maintain the 2000 lumen without disasters. It will become too hot to the touch over time.
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I am interested.

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2000 lumen with 26650 option would be a useful torch for me

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