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3 volt XHP50.2

The Australian LED supplier Cutter Electronics has some 3 volt XHP50s (they look like 50.2s) in stock. I’m not sure how rare a 3 volt XHP is but I’ve never seen one so I thought it might be worth sharing.

https://www.cutter.com.au/product/xhp50b-00-0000-0a00j4051/

Part number: XHP50B-00-0000-0A00J4051
Tint bin: 1D (6250 Kelvin)

I’m looking forward to trying a couple of single-cell XHP lights without boost drivers.

Edit: Updated subject to say XHP50.2 rather than XHP50

Edited by: skinny_tie on 03/29/2019 - 00:55
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hmmm is this for real 3V?

tempting……

Nico -.-

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According to datasheet they are only avilable as 5000k version.
2.9V @ 6000mA… Cool

Edit:
5000k only as easy white
5000k to 7000k only as ANSI white.

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Ordered a few 3v 50.2’s on 16-20-32mm boards..shipping was reasonable to the States $12.09USD.

Thanks for posting! Thumbs Up

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I've bought from Cutter before but not since their new website. I just bought 2 with free shipping, but this can't be right - their shipping was always big $$$ from AU, and std shipping would be ~$10. We'll see what happens.

Looking at the datasheet, it's 2.9V at 6 amps, and maybe that's 1800-2000 lumens I'm guessing? If so, I'd think you could get 2500 lumens out of one on a FET driver, maybe 8-9 amps? The tint is 1D though - 6500K, but decent bin at J4.

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Judging by the product code (xhp50b….) it’s XHP50.2.

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Tom E wrote:

I’ve bought from Cutter before but not since their new website. I just bought 2 with free shipping, but this can’t be right – their shipping was always big $$$ from AU, and std shipping would be ~$10. We’ll see what happens.


Looking at the datasheet, it’s 2.9V at 6 amps, and maybe that’s 1800-2000 lumens I’m guessing? If so, I’d think you could get 2500 lumens out of one on a FET driver, maybe 8-9 amps? The tint is 1D though – 6500K, but decent bin at J4.


Yeah it was crazy what they wanted for shipping back then, but you chose Free shipping, I seen that, I went with what came up at check out, seemed reasonable…so you might get yours this time next year…. Big Smile

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Yea, but I'm one of those that complained bout their shipping costs. It's not bad if your order is big enough, but for a $10 order, another $12 is a bit steep. Boy, looked around their site just now and nothing else I could find of interest. Their LED selection seems dated, guess because no Samsungs, Luminus, Luxeon, only 1 XHP70.2, etc.

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Nice, just bought a few. I did not think cree would ever make a 3V XHP. I just hope there are not too many premature failures like I’ve seen with the 6V XHP50.2.

I’m thinking of putting one (sliced) in a D1S or GT mini.

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Can anyone confirm what mcpcb is shipped. The description and picture are that of a “XHP50 on 20mm Star TPAD MCPCB” yet further along that same line is 16mm round. Also, when added to the cart “COLOUR BINS:
1D (6250 KELVIN) PCB SIZE: 16MM
LED MOUNTING OPTIONS:
ROUND PCB

I tried a live chat but no answer yet.

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Inkidu wrote:
Can anyone confirm what mcpcb is shipped. The description and picture are that of a “XHP50 on 20mm Star TPAD MCPCB” yet further along that same line is 16mm round. Also, when added to the cart “COLOUR BINS:
1D (6250 KELVIN) PCB SIZE: 16MM
LED MOUNTING OPTIONS:
ROUND PCB

I tried a live chat but no answer yet.

lol its 3am here give it a few hours maybe in like 7 hours they will be in. Cutter is also a member here on BLF.

I have made many orders at Cutter but shipping gets me every time its $12 AUD from Melbourne where they are to Sydney. Makes me cry considering i can get a flight for like $60 lol.

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I bought a couple myself… Also saw an interesting COB as well (CMT2890)…

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Zelda wrote:
2.9V @ 6000mA... 8^)

DD drivers probably won't work well with Vf that low (similar to Luxeon MZ).

I have XM mosX 20mm boards for LD-B4 if anyone wants to use this LED in combination with LD-B4:

https://led4power.com/product/mosled-extreme-mosx-ceramic-insulation-xm-5050-mcpcb-20mm/

 

 

 

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everydaysurvivalgear wrote:
Inkidu wrote:
Can anyone confirm what mcpcb is shipped. The description and picture are that of a “XHP50 on 20mm Star TPAD MCPCB” yet further along that same line is 16mm round. Also, when added to the cart “COLOUR BINS:
1D (6250 KELVIN) PCB SIZE: 16MM
LED MOUNTING OPTIONS:
ROUND PCB

I tried a live chat but no answer yet.

lol its 3am here give it a few hours maybe in like 7 hours they will be in. Cutter is also a member here on BLF.

I have made many orders at Cutter but shipping gets me every time its $12 AUD from Melbourne where they are to Sydney. Makes me cry considering i can get a flight for like $60 lol.


I hear you. The live chat says “We’re Online!” and I’m anxious these will all got bought up. It has been so long since I bought from Cutter my login doesn’t work. I ended up buying the bare led without the login.
As a side note, I’ve got some interesting stuff from down under. Look familiar?


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led4power wrote:

Zelda wrote:
2.9V @ 6000mA… Cool

DD drivers probably won’t work well with Vf that low (similar to Luxeon MZ).


I have XM mosX 20mm boards for LD-B4 if anyone wants to use this LED in combination with LD-B4:


https://led4power.com/product/mosled-extreme-mosx-ceramic-insulation-xm-5050-mcpcb-20mm/


 


 


 


Seems like the perfect LED for 10440 or 10180 hotrod. Smile
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Did a test with CMT 2850 and L6 reflector but i have problems with the solder melting.

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i can get a flight for like $60 lol.

Well drop in and visit me. Smile
To save grief later check their stock levels first before ordering.

 

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everydaysurvivalgear wrote:
Inkidu wrote:
Can anyone confirm what mcpcb is shipped. The description and picture are that of a “XHP50 on 20mm Star TPAD MCPCB” yet further along that same line is 16mm round. Also, when added to the cart “COLOUR BINS:
1D (6250 KELVIN) PCB SIZE: 16MM
LED MOUNTING OPTIONS:
ROUND PCB

I tried a live chat but no answer yet.

lol its 3am here give it a few hours maybe in like 7 hours they will be in. Cutter is also a member here on BLF.

I have made many orders at Cutter but shipping gets me every time its $12 AUD from Melbourne where they are to Sydney. Makes me cry considering i can get a flight for like $60 lol.

LOL it wasn’t much more than $12AUD to ship to the US…

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I would hope to get 16A into it with a good low IR cell and FET driver. From Texas Ace’s test of the 6V XHP50.2, at 8A, or 4A per die, the voltage is 6.78V. So with all dies in parallel it should be about 3.39V at 4A per die, or 16A total. So this should be doable if the total circuit resistance (including cell) is 50 mOhms.

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200 pcs arrived this morning, tested on a 16mm noctigon, it is indeed 3v, uses a split anode pad for parallel structure

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Web: www.cutter.com.au

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welight - thanx for posting here! I ordered qty 2 bare w/free shipping. could you explain what shipping service is used? How long approx. to the US?

EasyB - didn't think bout 16A, but it all makes sense. Getting 4000-5000 lumens from 1 LED and 1 cell with one of our simple FET drivers is pretty cool! Basically the mod could be done as a simple LED swap to an existing XM-L2 FET light we have now, just a lot more heat.

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Inkidu wrote:
everydaysurvivalgear wrote:
Inkidu wrote:
Can anyone confirm what mcpcb is shipped. The description and picture are that of a “XHP50 on 20mm Star TPAD MCPCB” yet further along that same line is 16mm round. Also, when added to the cart “COLOUR BINS:
1D (6250 KELVIN) PCB SIZE: 16MM
LED MOUNTING OPTIONS:
ROUND PCB

I tried a live chat but no answer yet.

lol its 3am here give it a few hours maybe in like 7 hours they will be in. Cutter is also a member here on BLF.

I have made many orders at Cutter but shipping gets me every time its $12 AUD from Melbourne where they are to Sydney. Makes me cry considering i can get a flight for like $60 lol.


I hear you. The live chat says “We’re Online!” and I’m anxious these will all got bought up. It has been so long since I bought from Cutter my login doesn’t work. I ended up buying the bare led without the login.
As a side note, I’ve got some interesting stuff from down under. Look familiar?


!{width:100%}http://i807.photobucket.com/albums/yy353/inkidu2007/DSC_6490.jpg!

Sorry mate cant get the images to load? I am hoping its an army of Blue heelers/Cattle dogs? lol

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everydaysurvivalgear wrote:
i can get a flight for like $60 lol.
Well drop in and visit me. Smile To save grief later check their stock levels first before ordering.

Yea i defiantly will next time i am down.
I went 3 years in a row to the bodybuilding comp there but i stopped when they changed the date to the same weekend time as the F1 its busy for me. Before it was on Moomba festival weekend. Around the same time there is the Phillip island classic that’s worth a look also, I’d love to go back.

This one sounds the best Big Smile

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everydaysurvivalgear wrote:
Inkidu wrote:
As a side note, I’ve got some interesting stuff from down under. Look familiar?
Sorry mate cant get the images to load? I am hoping its an army of Blue heelers/Cattle dogs? lol

Looks like a piece of Skippy’s birthday suit.

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This could be the emitter I’ve been saving my BLF Luckysun D80 for

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What a nice emitter, great find! Too bad this isn’t kaidomain or arrow, the shipping costs deter me from ordering it (although the costs are kind of understandable from AU to my location – just not worth it for 1 LED).

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looking to buy 2 leds to try out but the shipping cost more than the LED itself.

This is sad and i will pass the deal Sad

Hoping Arrow and Kaidomain will get this LED eventually

Nico

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Nicolicous wrote:
looking to buy 2 leds to try out but the shipping cost more than the LED itself.

This is sad and i will pass the deal Sad

Hoping Arrow and Kaidomain will get this LED eventually

Nico

Were you quoted letter or parcel for postage?

I got 3 bare emitters, 2 on 20mm stars, and a 20mm TIR in a letter for about $6.50 postage.

Adding anything slightly bulky seems to push the postage up to ~$12 for a parcel, but I suspect you could get around 3kg of stuff in there.

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skinny_tie wrote:
Nicolicous wrote:
looking to buy 2 leds to try out but the shipping cost more than the LED itself.

This is sad and i will pass the deal Sad

Hoping Arrow and Kaidomain will get this LED eventually

Nico

Were you quoted letter or parcel for postage?

I got 3 bare emitters, 2 on 20mm stars, and a 20mm TIR in a letter for about $6.50 postage.

Adding anything slightly bulky seems to push the postage up to ~$12 for a parcel, but I suspect you could get around 3kg of stuff in there.


You got me dreaming about 3 kg of XHP50.2s…..
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only shipping option and none a reasonable cost.

Nico -.-

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Silly postage to the UK sadly. Good spot though, thanks.

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