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

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

This needs little introduction… Pretty much the ultimate in LED tint attested by many. High CRI as well as high R9.

I have the following Nichia 219b r9080 emitters available:

3000k sw30 d180 L2 r9080 Low Qty
3500k sw35 d180 L2 r9080
4000k sw40 d220 L2 r9080
4500k sw45k d220 L2 r9080

Emitters are $3.50 each. Price break on orders of 20 pcs and above.
Shipping to the USA will be $4 for USPS first class or $8 for Priority.
PM me for shipping rates to anywhere outside the USA.

If interested, please state how many you’d like as these will sell in the order of interest in case I run out.
Thanks for looking!

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SW30 GROUP BUY

If anyone is interested in more sw30, I’m trying to set up another GB.
I need to meet a minimum requirement before placing a potential order.

Please reply with how many you’d be committed to buying. Pricing for the GB will be $3 per emitter plus $4 shipping to US.

020 pcs $ azhu
100 pcs $ BallZac_
008 pcs $ trakcon
020 pcs $ shirnask
008 pcs $ TimMc
010 pcs $ ThieF60
004 pcs $ Aussiemandias

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Edited by: azhu on 04/05/2021 - 20:42
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That is a wonderful led, personally I like it better than the sw45 version. But I still have a bunch of those (from Clemence at the time) so these are not for me.

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***Edited OP to include a small amount of the sw45k.

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Interested in two of each.

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Interested in 4 sw45K

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Interested but any difference between the d200 and d220 SW45k?

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Slayer1 wrote:
Interested but any difference between the d200 and d220 SW45k?

Like to know this as well. I ordered the sw40 from illumn but they are d200 instead of d220.

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D200 Flux Bin(200-220lm@700mA)
D220 Flux Bin(220-240lm@700mA)

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flightless22 wrote:
Slayer1 wrote:
Interested but any difference between the d200 and d220 SW45k?

Like to know this as well. I ordered the sw40 from illumn but they are d200 instead of d220.


D220 is just a tad brighter than D200.

If I’m not mistaken, d220 is rated at 220 lumens at 700 mA while d200 is 200 lumens at 700 mA.

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I don’t have any of these, so pardon the silly question, what footprint is needed? Will they fit on boards that were made for an XPL emitter?

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Joshk wrote:
I don’t have any of these, so pardon the silly question, what footprint is needed? Will they fit on boards that were made for an XPL emitter?

These use a 3535 footprint in the XP format so yes, they will fit on boards that fit an XPL emitter Smile

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Interested in 8 sw45K

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Interested in 8 sw45K

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I’ll take (3) 4000k sw40 d220 L2 r9080.

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I’ll take (3) 4000k sw40 d220 L2 r9080.

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I’ll take 15 sw45k d200 l2 r9080

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Interested! PM sent.

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I’m interested in 7 of the 4000k R9080s.

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I’m interested in 7 of the 4000k R9080s.

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I’ll take 6× 4000k sw40 d220 L2 r9080 bin

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I’ll take 6× 4000k sw40 d220 L2 r9080 bin

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The higher flux bins are usually less rosy. My D200 3000K 219B 9080 are VERY GREEN because D200 is a high flux bin for that CCT.
Have you tried the 4000K D220?

Btw, since we had so many group buys for the 4000K and 4500K and the 4500K has been available in the Fireflies series, I wonder how many people would be interested in the 2700K and 3000K rosy variant if you can get some of those. I for one would buy a bunch, especially the 2700K.

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SKV89 wrote:
The higher flux bins are usually less rosy. My D200 3000K 219B 9080 are VERY GREEN because D200 is a high flux bin for that CCT.
Have you tried the 4000K D220?

Btw, since we had so many group buys for the 4000K and 4500K and the 4500K has been available in the Fireflies series, I wonder how many people would be interested in the 2700K and 3000K rosy variant if you can get some of those. I for one would buy a bunch, especially the 2700K.


I’ve sent this most recent bin of sw40 and sw45k to a friend for testing. Will most likely have results by tomorrow.

As for the 2700k and 3000k variants, I can try and get a hold of them but it would likely require a group buy large enough to warrant the cost and effort. If I could get interest in at least 300 pcs of each CCT, I could probably make it happen.

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To help kickstart it, Ill take 25 of each. If just 2700K, I will take 40 of it

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SKV89 wrote:
To help kickstart it, Ill take 25 of each. If just 2700K, I will take 40 of it

Updated my original post to gauge interest.

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Maybe change the title also to say GB 2700K & 3000K?

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SKV89 wrote:
Maybe change the title also to say GB 2700K & 3000K?

Updated.

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Interested
15× 2700k
15× 3000k

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I’d like the following, please:

5x sw45k d200
5x sw35

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azhu wrote:
SKV89 wrote:
The higher flux bins are usually less rosy. My D200 3000K 219B 9080 are VERY GREEN because D200 is a high flux bin for that CCT.
Have you tried the 4000K D220?

Btw, since we had so many group buys for the 4000K and 4500K and the 4500K has been available in the Fireflies series, I wonder how many people would be interested in the 2700K and 3000K rosy variant if you can get some of those. I for one would buy a bunch, especially the 2700K.


I’ve sent this most recent bin of sw40 and sw45k to a friend for testing. Will most likely have results by tomorrow.

As for the 2700k and 3000k variants, I can try and get a hold of them but it would likely require a group buy large enough to warrant the cost and effort. If I could get interest in at least 300 pcs of each CCT, I could probably make it happen.

It is worth being aware there already is a user who is selling 3000K R9050 219B’s in the BLF Buy and Sell subforum. I don’t know how many he has, though, so perhaps there is more demand than what he has on hand.

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