Emisar D1sV2 respectively Noctigon K1

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Awesome! This would be my first CW thrower. And my first 21700 light… Waiting for the specs for the other LEDs. Hope it will be below $60.

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I think I may need one of these, with a 4000K SST-20.

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zak.wilson wrote:
I think I may need one of these, with a 4000K SST-20.

Yup, I have a collection of FW3A pulls and one will definitely be going in this light.

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contactcr wrote:
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What battery does it take?
21700 with the 2A type-C charging port on the threads.

Both are excellent choices, thanks.

Now I just hope you test an aspheric lens/bezel for it like I emailed about. Smile Maybe asking too much

I also hope Hank will release an aspheric kit later on. Prometheus/47s just released an aspheric kit for their quark. That would be amazing for this light.

What size is the mcpcb? I hope it will fit a SBT90.2.

21700 and USB-C is the thrower I’ve been waiting for Thumbs Up

Also hope there will be a SST-20 2700K or LH351D shaved dome version. What the market lacks is a WW thrower to cut through fog.

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Hank Wang wrote:
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Hank if you see this thread we would love an update on this project Smile

Yes, we are still working on it, here is the prototype photo, it’s not called D1SV2, it’s called Noctigon K1,
with fully regulated driver, it should reach 600+kcd with CSLNM1.TG LED, there will be green/red
beam version, as well as XP-L HI/HD LED with different color temperature.
!https://intl-outdoor.com/media/wysiwyg/K1/IMG_2912_1100px.jpg!

Looks amazing! better than i thought. Please make an SBT90.2 version as well. We’d all love to see it. It’s 3v as well so the driver should be cheap and easy to manufacture.
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If the light will use a constant current buck or boost driver, I’ll cave and buy my first Emisar.
+1 for Warm/Neutral white options.

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Ooooooh....SBT90.2.....even now am thinking to place it in one of present throwers just for a test.

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Gorgeous work, Hank! Love

I’m glad to see the Noctigon name. I always liked it. Thumbs Up

More photos, please! Party

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Oh! that was pretty!!

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If it can use a white flat, it can use an SST-20, and Hank has previously been willing to put emitters he stocks in his lights even if they’re not on the order form. SST-20 3000K should be an option. I’m aware of a couple people having special ordered the D1S with an SST-20 with a disclaimer that the emitter might burn out.

What I’m most interested in knowing right now is whether it delivers full output when the battery is low (before any low-voltage stepdown/warning/cutoff).

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goshdogit wrote:
Gorgeous work, Hank! Love

I’m glad to see the Noctigon name. I always liked it. Thumbs Up


Same. Just sounds more..expensive. Much prefer Noctigon K1 to Emisar D1Sv2. i mean the sun would’ve already risen before you’ve completed the task of saying the name.
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Any care to elaborate on the driver/ regulation? Buck/ Boost driver? Any idea of what sort of UI are we looking at? Very excited for this!!

I’m getting at least two of these for sure. SST-20 and Osram. SBT-90 would make 3. Single 21700 is a great setup for a super-thrower, while not being seriously over-encumbering.

OH, what about colors?

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UI? Should be on/off Smile
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Awesome!

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Any 18350 tube possible? The design looks really nice. Other colors than gray maybe?

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Wow, looking sharp!

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Dang, good sounding light! I am curious about the change in name from Emisar to Noctigon. I figured the Noctigon name was a thing of the past.

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Hank Wang wrote:
JordanZHP wrote:
Hank if you see this thread we would love an update on this project Smile
Yes, we are still working on it, here is the prototype photo, it’s not called D1SV2, it’s called Noctigon K1, with fully regulated driver, it should reach 600+kcd with CSLNM1.TG LED, there will be green/red beam version, as well as XP-L HI/HD LED with different color temperature. !https://intl-outdoor.com/media/wysiwyg/K1/IMG_2912_1100px.jpg!

Looks good! Is that a stainless steel bezel?

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Hank, could you add an SST20 95CRI (3000k or 3500k or 4000k) as stock light option? A lot of people is interested in this version, as I am. Big reflecter and regulated driver makes all sence for this Hi CRI throwy led.

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Dang, good sounding light! I am curious about the change in name from Emisar to Noctigon. I figured the Noctigon name was a thing of the past.

My guess
Emisar = Linear + FET drivers.
Noctigon = Regulated drivers like M43

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Since regulated and with Osram LED, which 21700 makes best sense to buy?

are you alone in the house?

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ghost face wrote:
Since regulated and with Osram LED, which 21700 makes best sense to buy?

I was planning on the Samsung 50E for 5000mah unless someone recommends otherwise.

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Here, the 50E is your best bet.

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Pavlo wrote:
mattlward wrote:
Dang, good sounding light! I am curious about the change in name from Emisar to Noctigon. I figured the Noctigon name was a thing of the past.

My guess
Emisar = Linear + FET drivers.
Noctigon = Regulated drivers like M43

Yes, that is right.

https://intl-outdoor.com, Noctigon, Emisar, flashlight components.

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F.i.l.a.s wrote:
Hank, could you add an SST20 95CRI (3000k or 3500k or 4000k) as stock light option? A lot of people is interested in this version, as I am. Big reflecter and regulated driver makes all sence for this Hi CRI throwy led.
Yes, we do the customs build, bascially,
any 3535 footprint, 3V based LED can be put into it.

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Hank Wang wrote:
Yes, we do the customs build, bascially, any 3535 footprint, 3V based LED can be put into it.

Would you consider SST90.2?

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id30209 wrote:

Hank Wang wrote:
Yes, we do the customs build, bascially, any 3535 footprint, 3V based LED can be put into it.

Would you consider SST90.2?

I don’t think so, as far as I know, the SST90.2 willl need 20A+ to push it to the maximum
performance, the stock driver can not deliver such high current.

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sp5it wrote:
UI? Should be on/off Smile
Mike
Anduril UI, yes, fully regulated driver (not DD) with Anduril UI.

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Hank do you have any thoughts on the different types of Osram leds in this light,
such as White Flat 1mm (CSLNM1.TG) vs White Flat 2mm (CSLPM1.TG)?

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