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this is very useful data, thanks

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Also from the XHP50.3 data sheet, “configurable to 3 V, 6 V or 12 V by PCB layout”

Finally, one emitter covers the entire voltage gamete. Why didn’t they do this from the beginning? Im looking forward to trying out the XHP50.3 HI in a few older flashlights that need upgrades.

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FlashPilot wrote:
Also from the XHP50.3 data sheet, “configurable to 3 V, 6 V or 12 V by PCB layout”

Finally, one emitter covers the entire voltage gamete. Why didn’t they do this from the beginning? Im looking forward to trying out the XHP50.3 HI in a few older flashlights that need upgrades.

With the 3V and 6V LEDs having the same pad layout, I don’t think that’ll be the case.

Anyhow, looks like we’ll have an updated 70.2 that’s a little throwier, and a 50.2 that’s much throwier. This will probably be a simple reflow to make the FT03 and other 50.2 lights a lot throwier without sacrificing too much output. Double the intensity as previous xhp50 iterations as they said.

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With the 3V and 6V LEDs having the same pad layout, I don’t think that’ll be the case.

Yeah page 41 there is the internal diagram, it’s still 2 string of 2 LEDs in series for the 6-12V version.

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The 3v is a specific version, only the the standard version can be run as 6 or 12 on a dual board ie

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XHP50.3 HI is available down to 3000K and up to 90 CRI, but you can’t have them both. The lowest CCT with CR>70 is 4000K

In ANSI bins (pages 15-17) yes, but in Easywhite bins they are listed with 90CRI down to 2700K (pages 12-14)

wow sweet! really looking forward to this!

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There’re all listed on Mouser but only high MOC and nothing on order.

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thefreeman wrote:
There’re all listed on Mouser but only high MOC and nothing on order.

Broken link? 403 forbidden

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Weird, that link works for me.

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I hope to see some of the new emitters soon that we can buy!

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XHP50D-H0-0000-0D0UH245G expected dec/08/21

XHP50.3 HI flux H2, 90CRI, 4500K, 3-step

A surprise to be sure, but a welcome one.

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thefreeman wrote:
"XHP50D-H0-0000-0D0UH245G":https://www.mouser.fr/ProductDetail/Cree-LED/XHP50D-H0-0000-0D0UH245G?qs... expected dec/08/21 XHP50.3 HI flux H2, 90CRI, 4500K, 3-step A surprise to be sure, but a welcome one.

 

LOOOL 

I just placed them in the cart when I went to BLF just to see your comment 

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… And I still haven’t managed to open my R50 Crying

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id30209 wrote:

LOOOL 


I just placed them in the cart when I went to BLF just to see your comment 

Is that you whom already took 10 ? Big Smile

Let’s hope they have a decent tint and low angular tint shift.

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thefreeman wrote:
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LOOOL 

I just placed them in the cart when I went to BLF just to see your comment 

Is that you whom already took 10 ? Big Smile Let’s hope they have a decent tint and low angular tint shift.

 

Yes I did. Regardless of impressions, I have JoshK Delete Green paint for glass lenses that greatly improves the beam.

But I'm sure it will be good

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Can’t tell if the die is smaller or the package is bigger compared to Gen 2.

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They finally have an ETA on the 5000K XP-P LEDs as well: 2021-09-24… two more months.

I had been fairly optimistic about this LED, having a < 6500K thrower LED finally (and a ubiquitous 3535 footprint to boot). But JaredM has shown some discouragingly high vF values compared to the Osrams.

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JaredM's data is higher Vf that the CREE spec shows, but the spec is still fairly high. Basically this is a 4 amp max LED, maybe on an absolute fresh cell, or by boost. The throw #'s look decent though.

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I can retest another sample of the XPP, but I have a fair level of confidence in my numbers as my methods have a bit of redundancy in them.

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we have had the XPP in 5k in stock for a month now?

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welight wrote:
we have had the XPP in 5k in stock for a month now?

Hey Mark, that’s cool, I’m glad you’ve got some. Unfortunately I can’t justify the $20ish shipping fee for just a few LEDs to play with. I understand international shipping is costly, so I’m not complaining. I’ll just wait patiently for them to arrive stateside.
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XHP50D, 5000k arrived looking nice



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Wonder how the intensity of the HI will compare to Gen 2. Not only is it domeless but the die seems smaller. Hope it’s not green at low levels like Luminus.

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sits a little under the BBL, not green

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I hope they make XHP70.2 HI, that will be a dream emitter!

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Oooo the 50.3 HIs look promising. Thanks for the data and photos! Any word on 3v variants? How is the tint shift?

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Oh man it’s real! Not dreaming anymore.

I think we need to set up some kind of group buy for these to split up the shipping cost because even for 1 or 2 of these the shipping to USA is ridiculous.

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I think we should wait. How many 6/12v 5050 lights are out there? Almost none, or at least nothing interesting I know about. We need 3v variants!

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there is no short term plan to release 3v at this time in flat top. but HD yes

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I got a light overdue for a LED upgrade. It's already set up for 6V LED's with original XHP50's - the HI or HD? Good question...

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