WTS/GB: NICHIA 219B NVSL219BT-V1 R9080 EMITTERS! sw45k, sw40, sw35, sw30

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I also have some 3000K 9050. The tint is not as rosy as the 9080 I seen in the 4000K and 4500K 9080

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Hm I thought R9080 Nichias were rosy regardless. I know the Ks are super rosy. I will await test results to get the 4000k d220 bins.

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2700K R9080 ?! Love

I’d be in for 8 or more!

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In for 10 x sw30 and 5 x sw27

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I will add 10 x SW27

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2700K R9080 ?! Love

I’d be in for 8 or more!


id30209 wrote:
In for 10 x sw30 and 5 x sw27

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I will add 10 x SW27

List updated. Thanks for your interest! Let’s make this happen!

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Let me start by saying that my favorite LED is the sw45k R9080.

My handful of sw35 R9080 emitters from azhu arrived today, and I immediately swapped three of them into an FW3A. They’re great!

I’m thinking this new 3500K FW3A will be my ‘after sunset’ EDC. LOL

Now let’s get that sw27 R9080 minimum quantity met!

Thanks again, azhu! Thumbs Up

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I’m curious what the price break is for more than 20.

Either way, I’ll take 12 each of the sw27 and sw30 (24 total). And 6 of the sw40.

Possibly more, depending on when this goes down. If we’re only getting one of the warmer bins, I’ll take 24 of whatever one gets picked.

Thanks, Larry

Edit: After seeing the pics below, I’d like 9 of the sw45K as well. Very nice emitters.

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I do not consider the N219c 3000k 9050 to be “rosy”
I do not consider the N219b 3500k 9080 to be “rosy”
I do not consider the N219b 4000k 9050 to be “rosy”
I Do consider the N219b 4000k 9080 to be slightly “rosy”
I Do consider the N219b 4500k 9080 to be slightly “rosy”
I Do consider the N219b 4500k 9080 sw45k to be Very “rosy”



Rosy is relative to ambient white balance

my sw45k EDC, during daylight:

my personal preferences
I really like the extra pink sw45k, it is my EDC during the day
the sw45 is ok, not as pink
I like the the sw35 in the evening, my house lights are 3000k incan, the extra 500k of the sw35 makes it look “whiter” than my incan, so it “seems brighter”.
I do not like to use the sw35 during the day, it “seems dim” and warmer than I prefer, at that ambient white balance.

I highly recommend the 9080 variants from azhu, I feel extremely fortunate to have some.

I have not tried the sw30 9050, nor the sw30 9080
but I have a strong preference for the higher R9 of the 9080 versions in all cases

This is Rosie, not to be confused with her “rosy” pastie:

not to be confused with a Pasty, which is neither Rosie nor “rosy”:

now what were we talking about.. I lost my train…

oh right, 219b 9080’s, yeah, they rock, and azhu has the goods!

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Interesting stuff jon_slider. Thanks for sharing.
Do you know what the white-balance setting was on the camera during these pics?

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Do you know what the white-balance setting was on the camera during these pics?

no
I use iPhone w auto white balance

to help it use an approximation of daylight white, I include a cool white light in the group lineups, and I take the photos sitting near a north window during daylight hours

except in the photo showing the incandescent light ON at night, which biased the white balance towards 3000k incan, thereby showing the sw45k as “relatively” blue

my pics generally include a selection of LEDs so that people can see “relative colors”, and if they own one of the LEDs in the photo, they can gain a “relative” idea of the “color” of other LEDs they may not own. (Tint is not the same as CCT, tint and CCT are separate factors contributing to our perception of color)

my perception of LED color changes dramatically between those times when my brain white balance is adapted to daylight, and those times when my brain is adapted to my incandescent house lights

therefore the CCT I prefer during daylight is not the same as the CCT I prefer at night. however, in All cases, I prefer Tint below the BBL.

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Ok, thanks.

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Jon, I actually didn’t know there is a N219b 4500k 9080 SW45 and a N219b 4500k 9080 SW45K. What is the difference? What does the “K” stand for? I couldn’t find any info in the spec sheet.

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SKV89 wrote:
Jon, I actually didn’t know there is a N219b 4500k 9080 SW45 and a N219b 4500k 9080 SW45K. What is the difference? What does the “K” stand for? I couldn’t find any info in the spec sheet.

If my understanding is correct, the sw45k is under the BBL (more rosy) than the sw45. The sw45 could be under the BBL as well but the sw45k is guaranteed to be under so you know for sure that bin is usually rosy. I’ve had a batch of sw45 that was slightly rosy but overall, it’s more neutral white than the sw45k.

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Hello I will take four sw45k d200 L2 r9080 and two sw40 d220 L2 r9080

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Hello I will take four sw45k d200 L2 r9080 and two sw40 d220 L2 r9080

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azhu wrote:
SKV89 wrote:
Jon, I actually didn’t know there is a N219b 4500k 9080 SW45 and a N219b 4500k 9080 SW45K. What is the difference? What does the “K” stand for? I couldn’t find any info in the spec sheet.
If my understanding is correct, the sw45k is under the BBL (more rosy) than the sw45. The sw45 could be under the BBL as well but the sw45k is guaranteed to be under so you know for sure that bin is usually rosy. I’ve had a batch of sw45 that was slightly rosy but overall, it’s more neutral white than the sw45k.

Oh that’s very interesting. Is the suffix “K” added by BLF folks to indicate below BBL color bins because I can’t find that in Nichia specs?

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I would like 20 of the N219b 4500k 9080 sw45k. Thanks!

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Hello, I’d be interested in 10 sw45k, 10 sw40 and also 10 of each, sw30 and sw27, in case the group buy comes through! Big Smile
It’d be nice if sw45 & sw35 were available too.

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SvenWalker wrote:
Hello, I’d be interested in 10 sw45k, 10 sw40 and also 10 of each, sw30 and sw27, in case the group buy comes through! Big Smile It’d be nice if sw45 & sw35 were available too.

Check with Andy. He had these tints before and he might have some if its not sold out.

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SvenWalker wrote:
Hello, I’d be interested in 10 sw45k, 10 sw40 and also 10 of each, sw30 and sw27, in case the group buy comes through! Big Smile
It’d be nice if sw45 & sw35 were available too.

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I’ll probably be in the doghouse once they arrive, but I’d like 10 of the 4500k sw45k d200 L2 r9080.

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I’ll probably be in the doghouse once they arrive, but I’d like 10 of the 4500k sw45k d200 L2 r9080.

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sw45k d200 L2 r9080 – 20
sw27 219b r9080 – 5

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I would like 20-4500k sw45k d200 L2 r9080

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SKV89 wrote:
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SKV89 wrote:
Jon, I actually didn’t know there is a N219b 4500k 9080 SW45 and a N219b 4500k 9080 SW45K. What is the difference? What does the “K” stand for? I couldn’t find any info in the spec sheet.
If my understanding is correct, the sw45k is under the BBL (more rosy) than the sw45. The sw45 could be under the BBL as well but the sw45k is guaranteed to be under so you know for sure that bin is usually rosy. I’ve had a batch of sw45 that was slightly rosy but overall, it’s more neutral white than the sw45k.

Oh that’s very interesting. Is the suffix “K” added by BLF folks to indicate below BBL color bins because I can’t find that in Nichia specs?


The Suffix is actually used by Nichia. You can find it on the data sheet. Not sure if they discontinued the sw45 prior to this though.

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shirnask wrote:
I would like 20-4500k sw45k d200 L2 r9080

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I would like
- (5) 4000k sw40 d220 L2 r9080
- (5) 4500k sw45k d200 L2 r9080

Thank you,

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FBsLights wrote:
I would like
- (5) 4000k sw40 d220 L2 r9080
- (5) 4500k sw45k d200 L2 r9080

Thank you,

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Hi Azhu, can I also get 10 SW45K? Thanks.

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