W30 White Laser Flashlight Throwing 2408 Meters

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W30 White Laser Flashlight Throwing 2408 Meters

Here ACEBEAM W30 BLOS (Beyond-Line-Of-Sight) white laser light comes for you. This unique illuminator generates a high concentrated single output of 500 lumens beam, and its beam can reach remarkable beam distance of 2408 meters away. The high-drain 21700 5100mAh USB rechargeable battery provides a runtime of 1 hour 45 minutes. The convenient USB charging function allows to charge the battery timely. An 18650 battery adapter is also included for wider battery options. The battery indicator tells the battery voltage status at any time any where. The included Red filter adds to versatility of the W30. Moreover, W30 can be used as a diving light with a depth under water 100 meters.

ACEBEAM W30 MORE FEATURES “:http://www.acebeam.com/w30

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When will you produce a zoomie?

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Agro wrote:
When will you produce a zoomie?

We will produce zoomie light in the near feature.

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A LEP zoomie? Smile

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Agro wrote:
A LEP zoomie? Smile

YES!

Sometimes being a newb is the best part of a hobbie

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What is the beam intensity of the 4000K and the >90CRI version?

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So, does it come with a tripod and telescope, to hold the light still, and see the target 1.5 miles away?

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It does illuminate stuff closer by as well Wink
I think that the beam is not that different from the BLF GT, illuminating a smaller area (about 5 times smaller in area) a bit brighter, but I still think it can be a useful illumination. I have seen the illumination that the Maxabeam gives (up to 12 Mcd), even that one can be applied as a useful beam without telescopes and such.

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just saying

if the beam angle is smaller than the angular resolution of the eye, then – well i have lasers already – they are pretty bad flashlights ! Smile

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Any sightings of Smile Price?

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Looks fantastic. Also interested in specs for the high CRI and 4000K varieties.

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Starkm32 wrote:
Any sightings of Smile Price?

MSRP $286.30. http://www.acebeam.com/w30

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wle wrote:
just saying

if the beam angle is smaller than the angular resolution of the eye, then – well i have lasers already – they are pretty bad flashlights ! Smile


The angular resolution of a healthy human eye is about 30cm at a km, we are not there yet Smile
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HKE has a price of 259$

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So is this laser as in “Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation” or is it laser as in “tactical teeny weenie narrow spot flashlight”?

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It's a laser phosphor system using a real blue laser. 

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lenght 119,1 mm ? probably a mistake in the specification

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wle wrote:
just saying

if the beam angle is smaller than the angular resolution of the eye, then – well i have lasers already – they are pretty bad flashlights ! Smile


Lasers have speckle and are also monochromatic which makes them very bad for illumination.
This is not just a laser, it is laser phosphor, basically a higher intensity LED with a laser diode instead of a regular blue diode.

hank wrote:
So is this laser as in “Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation” or is it laser as in “tactical teeny weenie narrow spot flashlight”?

It is laser pumped phosphor.
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What would be the situation where someone need a >90 CRI laser?

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It’s not a CRI90 laser, the laser used here has negative CRI. It’s CRI90 phosphor.

And this item is not a laser. It is a flashlight.

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there are Whitelight lasers with continous spectrum using special fibres

Saphire laser with a lot pulse width compression
the pulses are way shorter than a single wavelenght so its also white (but such pulses are extremely hazardous for any eye)

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I have absolutely no need for this kind of beam, but would love to see some beamshots.

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A lep zoomie is something I would be interested in.

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What is the intensity of the 4000k and CRI 90 version? Also what is the color temperature of the CRI 90 version? I’m really looking forward to this. The previous laser lights on the market were measured at less than 200 lumens so this one might actually make it the first practical LEP flashlight and might be my first LEP flashlight. LOL

Also, any chance the zoomie will use the Oslon HX Boost? It will be the most powerful zoomie in the world.

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will34 wrote:
I have absolutely no need for this kind of beam, but would love to see some beamshots.

+1. Must… have… beamshots! (pant, pant)
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Rexlion wrote:
will34 wrote:
I have absolutely no need for this kind of beam, but would love to see some beamshots.
+1. Must… have… beamshots! (pant, pant)

Here you go…!

***Not a real beamshot but I bet it will look something like this…!!!*** Silly Wink

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AlexGT wrote:
Rexlion wrote:
will34 wrote:
I have absolutely no need for this kind of beam, but would love to see some beamshots.
+1. Must… have… beamshots! (pant, pant)

Here you go…!

***Not a real beamshot but I bet it will look something like this…!!!*** Silly Wink


So true. Smile
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I think it will look like the BLF GTvn Oslon Black Flat

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Correct me if i’m wrong but with a 1.8° beam the spot should be around 3 meters in diametre at 100 meters distance.

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Simulated beamshot

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There was an actual beamshot posted elsewhere on the forum some guy made his own topic about it.

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