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We are glad to announce that we now have in stock the brightest MT-G2 LED, group P0, 6V.
The tint is 50H, 5000K, 2Step MacAdam.
The reel is UL certified with the cURus mark.

Check our our new products page: http://intl-outdoor.com/index.php?main_page=products_new
The unboxing video of the MT-G2: http://youtu.be/X9qKCwF3KpA

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Are you going to sell it preflowed on a Noctigon copper MCPCB?

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OK got it.

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zeremefico wrote:
Are you going to sell it preflowed on a Noctigon copper MCPCB?

Yes, should be available by next week.

Thanks!

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Hank Wang wrote:
zeremefico wrote:
Are you going to sell it preflowed on a Noctigon copper MCPCB?

Yes, should be available by next week.

Thanks!


Not next need, this right need!
Just kidding, wait for it next week.

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Hank Wang wrote:
We are glad to announce that we now have in stock the brightest MT-G2 LED, group P0, 6V. The tint is 50H, 5000K, 2Step MacAdam. The reel is UL certified with the cURus mark. Check our our new products page: http://intl-outdoor.com/index.php?main_page=products_new The unboxing video of the MT-G2: http://youtu.be/X9qKCwF3KpA[/quote]

Very nice. Are there any plans to sell the 4000K version and especially the 3000K 90CRI version as well (all at 6V) ? I would be very much interested in them.

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Okay Hank, now we need quality hosts for our MT-G2 builds. Get ahead of the curve.

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djozz wrote:

Hank Wang wrote:
We are glad to announce that we now have in stock the brightest MT-G2 LED, group P0, 6V. The tint is 50H, 5000K, 2Step MacAdam. The reel is UL certified with the cURus mark. Check our our new products page: http://intl-outdoor.com/index.php?main_page=products_new The unboxing video of the MT-G2: http://youtu.be/X9qKCwF3KpA

Very nice. Are there any plans to sell the 4000K version and especially the 3000K 90CRI version as well (all at 6V) ? I would be very much interested in them.


No imediate plans for those, but if we are to offer the 4000K we would prefer the 80+CRI variant.

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4000K 80-CRI version would be sweet!
I would not mind the 90CRI 3000K version either. 0:)

Nice to just get the top bin version though. Thanks Hank, Ill get around to place an order within a week time.

Just a heads up.. XM-L2 U3 bin seems to be available now.

Would be nice to see the following XM-L2 emitters..

CW emitters:
XM-L2 U3 – 6500K -65 CRI typical
XM-L2 U2 – 5700K -65 CRI typical

Neutral white emitters:
XM-L2 T6 – 5000K -75 CRI typical
XM-L2 T5 – 4500K -75 CRI typical
XM-L2 T5 – 4000K -75 CRI typical
XM-L2 T4 – 4000K -80 CRI minimum

Warm white emitters:
XM-L2 T4 -3500K – 80 CRI minimum
XM-L2 S6 -3000K -90 CRI minimum

Should please close to everyone.. I have no idea how popular the different emitters would be though..

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Very good work indeed. Waiting for my XP-G2’s to come in, along with 5 of the new Q-Lite drivers. Also ordered a few AR coated lenses to go along with them.

Thank you very much for the certified bin numbers and for making the effort, very appreciated! Smile

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I ordered two. Need a host and driver.

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That’s excellent news; thanks Hank! Definitely getting an MT-G2 mounted on a Noctigon.

I’d love some 3250k-3500k emitters, but 3000k is good too.

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That’s great. Just placed my first order with your outfit. One MGT2 and XPG2 and a couple other small items. Looking forward to buying more in the future. Thank you!

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80CRI Minimum XM-L2 T4 5B1 4125K-4250K now in stock.
This is the highest bin in the 80 CRI Minimum selection, one of the best neutral whites CREE can offer along with other 5XX tints, otherwise you need to go lower into warm white tints for higher CRI and less brightness. Quantity in stock is not really high.

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RaceR86 wrote:

Would be nice to see the following XM-L2 emitters..

CW emitters:
XM-L2 U3 – 6500K -65 CRI typical
XM-L2 U2 – 5700K -65 CRI typical

Neutral white emitters:
XM-L2 T6 – 5000K -75 CRI typical
XM-L2 T5 – 4500K -75 CRI typical
XM-L2 T5 – 4000K -75 CRI typical
XM-L2 T4 – 4000K -80 CRI minimum

Warm white emitters:
XM-L2 T4 -3500K – 80 CRI minimum
XM-L2 S6 -3000K -90 CRI minimum

Should please close to everyone…


I fully agree! Smile

Current Collection:

BLF: BLF-GT90, BLF-GT70 (CW Sliced), BLF GTmini, BLF-LT1; 

BTU: Shocker (3 x SST-40 @ 8A)

Solarforce: L2P (XM-L2 U3 @ 4A), MPP-1 (XP-L HI @ 6A), MPP-3 (3 x XM-L2 U2 @ 12A), M6 (Nichia 319A @ 6A), M8 (XHP-50.2 @ 9A), 9x (9 x XM-L2 U2 @ 2A)

Coming Soon: Lumintop: BLF-GT4; 

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90+CRI please.

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I settle for CRI 80 at 4000K, nice, ordered two Smile

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Ordered MT-G2 (mounted on Noctgion) when I saw that.

Just ordered 5 bare
XM-L2 T4 – 4000K -80 CRI minimum

I have waited with buying XM-L2 emitters (excluding two I bought once they arrived on the market) .
Until now, nothing out there have been temping.
So thanks Hank, for getting in these nice emitters. Just what I was hoping for!
I have a feeling they will become my favorite XM-L2s.

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Yeah, it seems many folks are starting to appreciate high CRI’s. Once I saw an MG-T2 in action (average only around 75 for the bin I got), I finally got it. Now I’m a CRI snob. O-L and others were on to something going way back.

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I have some XML-2 4000k T5 75CRI min and they compare quite nicely with my nichia219. A combination of good CRI plus nice tint is very nice.

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skyrider1 wrote:
I have some XML-2 4000k T5 75CRI min and they compare quite nicely with my nichia219. A combination of good CRI plus nice tint is very nice.
There is no 75 CRI minimum, only 75 CRI typical.
But there is 80 CRI typical and 80 CRI minimum

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RaceR86 wrote:
Ordered MT-G2 (mounted on Noctgion) when I saw that.

Just ordered 5 bare
XM-L2 T4 – 4000K -80 CRI minimum

I have waited with buying XM-L2 emitters (excluding two I bought once they arrived on the market) .
Until now, nothing out there have been temping.
So thanks Hank, for getting in these nice emitters. Just what I was hoping for!
I have a feeling they will become my favorite XM-L2s.

Thank you, RaceR86.

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90+CRI is only available in warm white tints (3000K) and S6 bin.
The T4 5B1 (4125-4250K) we now have in stock is the brightest neutral white 80+CRI you can get.
Even 5B1 can be considered slightly warm by some, at least in comparison to 3X tints.

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Hi,

I ordered one of the MT-G2s also today. Thanks.

BTW, I think ouchy was asking about the 17mm contact boards. Are you going to make them available again, please ??

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Hank.
First you gave us copper Noctigons, then you gave us MT-G2s with copper Noctigons. Now it is your responsibility to get us some really nice hosts to put them in.

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CREE XM-L2 U2 1D now available at Intl-Outdoor.com both on Noctigon XM16 and Noctigon XM20.
1D is a rare tint and we are glad to be able to offer it.
Here they are on out new products page:
http://intl-outdoor.com/index.php?main_page=products_new

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Rare indeed, thanks for offering these! Should be a good slightly warmer alternative to 1As for dedoming. Smile

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Glad to see new stock. We all need high current drivers badly. Are you expecting any soon?

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Interesting Hank on the 1D's! I'll be ordering some. We all thought you were goin out of business Smile. Glad to see you got the 1A's back in stock as well. I'm still looking for some XM-L2 U2 bare emitters as well, let me know or I'll pm or email you. I need bare ones for a couple of reasons, but mainly to use up all the bare Noctigon's I got from you early on!

+1 to Ouchy on the drivers too. We all are struggling on finding good sourced drivers, or even just good drivers in general. Not sure if you've followed us here, but a couple of BLF'ers are working on driver designs but it's been a struggle. Obviously we want a bump in amps over stock drivers, but also better mode configurations (definitely drop SOS, and mostly drop strobe).

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I found some 0D LEDs I forgot about in my box of emitters. What kind of tint will they give me?

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