【Brass in 28th, Sep】Wurkkos TS10 "slender waist" 14500 triple LEDs Light with Anduril 2.0

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Wurkkos wrote:
6000-6500K

Glad I waited for this info before ordering. I’m more of a 4500-5000K kinda guy.

Thank you for the info!

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Still it’s high cri. Cool

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Wurkkos wrote:
the main LED is CSP 6000-6500K and with >90 CRI tint
 

 

AWESOME!!!!!!!

 

Finally some normal tint model, i am getting fed up with orange/amber/about to die incan tints

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6500k in a mini 14500 light..no wonder you kept so tightly lipped on crucial details until after product went live. Noted for future Wurkkos interest.

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@Wurkkos According to the announcement this light will be available in a few hours. Ignore our modding nitpicking details for a moment and at least tell us the CCT. It’s an essential basic detail of a flashlight. Thank you.

the main LED is CSP 6000-6500K and with >90 CRI tint


Can you please tell us the exact product code of the LED?
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6500k in a mini 14500 light..no wonder you kept so tightly lipped on crucial details until after product went live. Noted for future Wurkkos interest.

I don’t know if this is sarcasm or not, the LED info has been known for over two weeks over on FB, plus you can always reach out and message Wurrkos directly, they are a dream to deal with. I hope this helps

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ch1ir wrote:
the LED info has been known for over two weeks over on FB
I do not have facebook.

Can you please quote the complete LED information you are referring to?

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I am not disappointed that I ordered one even though I really dislike 6000+k. With any luck there will be an mcpcb that will fit the light. To me an electronic tail switch 14500 triple is about the perfect platform. I really do not care what type of LED they use, but I do hope that they make them in a warmer color temp.

EDC rotation:
KR4, SST-20 FA3 4000k (favorite!)
FW3A, Nichia 4000k sw40 r9080 (second favorite)
FW1A, LH351D 3500k (third favorite)
FW1A, XP-L Hi 3A
FW3A, LH351D 3500k
FW3A, SST20 FD2 4000k
FW3A, Cree XP-L Hi 5A3
Emisar D4V2, SST20 4000k
Emisar D4V2, brass E21A 3500k (night light of choice)

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ch1ir wrote:
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Noted for future Wurkkos interest.

I don’t know if this is sarcasm or not

I didn’t read it that way. More of a ‘I will keep tabs on this light in case they come out with more CCT options in the future’ kind of thing. That’s my plan as well.

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I for one am super excited that another company is building auxiliaries into their lights, and pricing so affordably, and including a battery for only $2 extra. Not only these things, but a triple 14500!!!!

STOKED!!!!

So the LED is a bit of surprise….for $21 its fine with me. I ordered two: orange and ice blue.

Thanks Wurkkos!

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Personally I couldn’t pass up a light like this at this price point, the cool white is eh, but I’m wondering if because of the high cri some of the normal “downfalls” of it will be remedied.

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If it’s this 2323 CSP emitter , it shares the same footprint as the E21a.

I ordered one red and one orange. I also added some E21As to my Clemence group buy. Hopefully the driver plays well with the E21As

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So, this light uses a buck driver, right?

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Well nuts…I had no idea they would put in this type of emitter. If I had known that I don’t think I would have ordered the light. Figured we’d be using a normal/standard die and footprint. Oh well, at least it was cheap and maybe it’ll be fun or make a good gift. Unless that color temp is exceptionally nice it probably won’t be a keeper for me. Not sure I’m too keen on sourcing some of those emitters to swap but I guess that’s an option.

Pretty radical departure from the norm…would have been nice to have that communicated. Smile

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dannyroll wrote:
"If it’s this 2323 CSP emitter":http://en.latticepower.com/NewsView.aspx?id=108 , it shares the same footprint as the E21a. I ordered one red and one orange. I also added some E21As to my Clemence group buy. Hopefully the driver plays well with the E21As
 

 

That’s theonly reason i got this light.

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If it’s this 2323 CSP emitter , it shares the same footprint as the E21a.

I ordered one red and one orange. I also added some E21As to my Clemence group buy. Hopefully the driver plays well with the E21As

Couldn’t it be the 1919 CSP from the LT1s?

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lfb wrote:
dannyroll wrote:
If it’s this 2323 CSP emitter , it shares the same footprint as the E21a.

I ordered one red and one orange. I also added some E21As to my Clemence group buy. Hopefully the driver plays well with the E21As

Couldn’t it be the 1919 CSP from the LT1s?

Wurkkos stated 23×23
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lotari wrote:
Great to see the TS10 finally available!

Wurkkos wrote:

the main LED is CSP 6000-6500K and with >90 CRI tint

What plans are there for the next batch? 6000-6500K is quite cold for many and may hinder sales, even if it’s >90 CRI.

  • If it uses the same CSP as the LT1S, for sure you will offer the TS10 with 2700K >90 CRI?
  • What about mixes? 1× 2700k, 2× 6500k, or 2× 2700 + 1× 6500k? Rosy..
  • Any non-LT1S CCTs planned? 4000k, 5000k?
  • For the DIY-minded, Wurkkos could sell the CSP emitters though the website.. Low-effort way to make the initial batch more interesting for some.

yes, we are planing use 4000K 5000K in following production, CSP emitters now only have some 2700K in stock, we will update on the website

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lfb wrote:
dannyroll wrote:
If it’s this 2323 CSP emitter , it shares the same footprint as the E21a.

I ordered one red and one orange. I also added some E21As to my Clemence group buy. Hopefully the driver plays well with the E21As

Couldn’t it be the 1919 CSP from the LT1s?

different type from CSP, 2323 with more power compare with 1919

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SammysHP wrote:
Wurkkos wrote:
Verodin wrote:
@Wurkkos According to the announcement this light will be available in a few hours. Ignore our modding nitpicking details for a moment and at least tell us the CCT. It’s an essential basic detail of a flashlight. Thank you.

the main LED is CSP 6000-6500K and with >90 CRI tint


Can you please tell us the exact product code of the LED?

the CSP 2323 data sheet from here
http://en.latticepower.com/NewsView.aspx?id=108
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@Wurkkos, is there plans to have 14500/AA compatible version?

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Wurkkos wrote:
SammysHP wrote:
Wurkkos wrote:
Verodin wrote:
@Wurkkos According to the announcement this light will be available in a few hours. Ignore our modding nitpicking details for a moment and at least tell us the CCT. It’s an essential basic detail of a flashlight. Thank you.

the main LED is CSP 6000-6500K and with >90 CRI tint


Can you please tell us the exact product code of the LED?

the CSP 2323 data sheet from here
http://en.latticepower.com/NewsView.aspx?id=108

Thank you! Looking forward to a review with color and CRI measurements!
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手电筒 wrote:
@Wurkkos, is there plans to have 14500/AA compatible version?

Not sure, if it is compatible with AA, it will lose some performance and the output will be less
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I just got a word with Clemence (ERKX), showed him the emitter datasheet and he said it could be a straight Nichia E21A swap. Not 100% sure because i don't have it on hands but soon (hopefully) i'll report back with some mod update. Smile

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Man these emitters are skinny! If you’re going to mod, get out your super fine hair tip tweezers. Data sheet isn’t all that encouraging, compared to emitters we are used to using. The reflow characteristics hint at users being able to do it right and do it quickly, and be able to control the temperature decently.

Specs say a total thickness of +/- 0.32mm. That’s including the phosphor. That’s about one half of a B35AM and those are pretty thin! For the SAE among us, that’s about 0.013”, thirteen thou….1/64” is about 0.015”. Looks like the base is something around half the thickness (phosphor being the other half). Sounds easy to damage the edges/surface of these with typical small electronics tweezers. Also seems like a candidate for using a stencil with solder paste…those pads are teeny tiny.

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Wurkkos wrote:
lotari wrote:
Great to see the TS10 finally available!

Wurkkos wrote:

the main LED is CSP 6000-6500K and with >90 CRI tint

What plans are there for the next batch? 6000-6500K is quite cold for many and may hinder sales, even if it’s >90 CRI.

  • If it uses the same CSP as the LT1S, for sure you will offer the TS10 with 2700K >90 CRI?
  • What about mixes? 1× 2700k, 2× 6500k, or 2× 2700 + 1× 6500k? Rosy..
  • Any non-LT1S CCTs planned? 4000k, 5000k?
  • For the DIY-minded, Wurkkos could sell the CSP emitters though the website.. Low-effort way to make the initial batch more interesting for some.

yes, we are planing use 4000K 5000K in following production, CSP emitters now only have some 2700K in stock, we will update on the website

Any estimate on when those other CCT options will be available? Also Ice Blue and Orange sold out, I shouldn’t have waited lol

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So my house was robbed last week and they took my KR4…I came on here looking to find a reasonable replacement and sure enough, here it is…but it looks like I missed out on the Orange one. Any ETA on a new batch?

I can solder very well, what size are the aux LEDs?

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RavenII wrote:
So my house was robbed last week and they took my KR4…I came on here looking to find a reasonable replacement and sure enough, here it is…but it looks like I missed out on the Orange one. Any ETA on a new batch?

I can solder very well, what size are the aux LEDs?

Orange with a battery seems to be in stock still. Orange without a battery is out of stock along with both options with ice blue aux. Even if you don’t need the battery, it’s only 2 bucks.

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ROYCE wrote:
Orange with a battery seems to be in stock still. Orange without a battery is out of stock along with both options with ice blue aux. Even if you don’t need the battery, it’s only 2 bucks.

On their site? I see Orange and Ice Blue as being out of stock no matter which options are selected.

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UVChemist wrote:
Wurkkos wrote:
lotari wrote:
Great to see the TS10 finally available!

Wurkkos wrote:

the main LED is CSP 6000-6500K and with >90 CRI tint

What plans are there for the next batch? 6000-6500K is quite cold for many and may hinder sales, even if it’s >90 CRI.

  • If it uses the same CSP as the LT1S, for sure you will offer the TS10 with 2700K >90 CRI?
  • What about mixes? 1× 2700k, 2× 6500k, or 2× 2700 + 1× 6500k? Rosy..
  • Any non-LT1S CCTs planned? 4000k, 5000k?
  • For the DIY-minded, Wurkkos could sell the CSP emitters though the website.. Low-effort way to make the initial batch more interesting for some.

yes, we are planing use 4000K 5000K in following production, CSP emitters now only have some 2700K in stock, we will update on the website

Any estimate on when those other CCT options will be available? Also Ice Blue and Orange sold out, I shouldn’t have waited lol

OPS, sorry when going to update the 2700K CCT, i found it was 1919 size, so have to wait next batch of other CCT options

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