[M4D deal] Nightwatch NI40 with Luminus SBT90 Gen2 interest list OPEN

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Hi Martin, could you still send me a code for 2nd batch?
Do you have any info about approximate lumen specs or current draw of all mods?
Could you confirm the light always starts on moonlight mod (no memory)?

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Thanx! Got the code and submitted the order for batch #2.

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Afair it has mode memory

since I am not at home I cannot measure every mode etc... 

 

codes are sent to all requests asap

still not easy here in China Wink 

will be better Monday when I am back 

 

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M4D M4X wrote:

Afair it has mode memory


since I am not at home I cannot measure every mode etc… 


 


codes are sent to all requests asap


still not easy here in China Wink 


will be better Monday when I am back 

Good to know. I just purchased three units. If you can confirm turbo is in the mode sequence or at least if turbo can be memorized, I’ll purchase another 3 or more more.

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How’s does the SBT90 Gen2 compare to Osram leds, such as white 1mm, 2mm etc?

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JordanZHP wrote:
How’s does the SBT90 Gen2 compare to Osram leds, such as white 1mm, 2mm etc?

SBT90.2 has wayyy more lumens, wayyy more amps. Not sure head-to-head on throw in similar lights, but I would imagine the 1mm/2mm's are more of a pencil beam simply because of the higher lumens of the SBT90.2.

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I try to find out

 

Edit: Neal said yes

 

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Placed my order, thanks Martin and Neal.

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M4D M4X wrote:

I try to find out


 


Edit: Neal said yes


Yes to what? Turbo can be memorized??
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correct 

Turbo can be memorized 

 

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Wonderful. This light is gonna be a hit.

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For the price with a SBT90.2 it surely will Thumbs Up

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Wonder what the flux bin is. Here is the chart from the SBT90.2 datasheet below. I'm trying to order 3 pieces of just the LED mounted on a 20mm MCPCB but all they had was flux bins RB and SA, so I'm ordering the SA bins, but there 5 higher bins listed:

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The last bin is crazy! Wonder which one is being used in this light. Btw where did u even find this datasheet…Mars? Pluto?

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Th558 wrote:
The last bin is crazy! Wonder which one is being used in this light. Btw where did u even find this datasheet...Mars? Pluto?

smile I asked Wendy and she emailed it to me -- will post a link to it on my google drive share...

try this for the SBT90.2 datasheet. let me know if it works or not for you.

 

Agree - would be great to know the bin they are using in this light.

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I wonder if there’s any chance for a group buy to get the top bins. Perhaps we can chip in with some light manufacturers or sellers like KD, L4P, MTN, Emisar.

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I'm think'n the higher bins might not exist yet. CREE would do the same thing - all bins/tints listed would no be available, but for CREE now, they are mostly at the high end of the bin range anyways, sometimes higher than the datasheets define. It's all a matter of what they can produce, and what the distributors/resellers carry. Maybe the high bins exist but are twice the price - who knows...

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Tom E wrote:

Wonder what the flux bin is. Here is the chart from the SBT90.2 datasheet below. I’m trying to order 3 pieces of just the LED mounted on a 20mm MCPCB but all they had was flux bins RB and SA, so I’m ordering the SA bins, but there 5 higher bins listed:



Thanks a lot for that datasheet!
Some notes:
  • this LED has seriously low Vf. About 3.35V at 20A.
  • ~100 lm/W at 9A (the binning current), but cold binned.
  • About 5300 lm at 22.5A compared to CFT-90 4800 lm (sourced from CFT-90 datasheet, not from test). And it has lower Vf, so it’s clearly more efficient.

This may not scale to extreme currents like CFT-90 but nevertheless thanks to not-so-terrible efficiency it may be the new king of big throwers. Grad

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Interested for 2nd batch

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also interested for 2nd batch

  • My current lights: Astrolux MF01 - Astrolux S43 - Astrolux FT03 - Convoy L6 - Nitecore MH20 - Nitecore TIP - Nitecore TUP - Convoy M3 - Convoy C8+ - Astrolux C8 - Astrolux MF01 Mini - Maukka Calibration Lights (Coming soon)
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Anyone have any info in the rear clicky specs? Dimensions etc? Looking to put in a reverse clicky

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Anyone have any info in the rear clicky specs? Dimensions etc? Looking to put in a reverse clicky

Someone correct me if I’m wrong but I think it already has a reserve clicky.
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Sorry. Want a forward CLICKY.

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Listing says:  Swtich:  20mm,10A reverse switch

typos and all... smile

 

Ohhh - fwd switch. 

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10A switch with a 20A LED. Something isn’t right here. Maybe they used a different switch for this one.

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Th558 wrote:
10A switch with a 20A LED. Something isn’t right here. Maybe they used a different switch for this one.

The little Onten 1288 switch is rated at 1A (30V) and is used in flashlights up to 15A sometimes. Specs are not as simple as they sound.
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So what should I buy for this host ?

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So what should I buy for this host ?

I use these KAN-9 10amp FWD click switches 20-30amps with 18awg bypass…no problem…

. https://www.aliexpress.com/item/KAN-9-Latching-switch-2fee-3A-6A-10A-Fla...

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Would have been cool if they gave us option to choose forward clicky. Would be cool if it was a standard thing to offer both from all companies.

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