New 4XP Noctigon MCPCB for quad optic

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

Terribly cool/blue unless you dedome them. Then they should be a nice relatively neutral tint, hopefully not much green either.
Give it a go and let us know Smile

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

Only thing they are good for is de-doming -- they are cool blue... I like them de-domed though Wink.

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Great. I just did my first de-dome and it’s pretty green. I’ll give one of these 0Ds a whirl.

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What tint gave you the green after the dedome?

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It was in a $16 light. It said XM-L U2, but it could have been anything.

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CREE XP-G2 S2 2B available at Intl-outdoor.com.
2B is a great tint for a cool white as you already know by now.

The price is only $2.99 shipped on Noctigon XP16 V2 for 10pcs. You can try to make a micro-group-buy to reach that easily.

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Ordered 10. Thanks Hank.

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Thanks, 2B is Less cold than 1C.

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We’ve got XM-L2 U2 2C, which we’ve always wanted to offer. This is a special cool white tint that is almost like a neutral white tint, rated 5350-5700K, one of the best cool white tints for XM-L2 U2. Check the new products page, http://intl-outdoor.com/index.php?main_page=products_new

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Genuine Nichia NVSL219BT R85 D220 LEDs are now in stock. You can see the original label with the store’s name handwritten on it.
Color temperature according to Nichia’s SW45 chromaticity bin in the datasheet is 4260-4745K
We offer them bare, on Noctigon XP16 V2 and Noctigon XP20 direct thermal path MCPCBs.


We also have the brightest Red color XP-E2 LED (P3) on Noctigon XP16 V2 and Noctigon XP20 direct thermal path MCPCBs

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Wow awesome timing. I looked on your website two nights ago to see if you had Nichia’s and was disappointed to see none. So this new addition is very welcomed.

Now… What to put them in…

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Hi Hank,

thanks for stocking.
These Hi-CRI Nichias on Noctigon Triple please.
That would be awesome.

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Hank Wang wrote:

Why has the quantity been blurred out? :~ Can we know how many you purchased?


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HarleyQuin wrote:
Hi Hank,

thanks for stocking.
These Hi-CRI Nichias on Noctigon Triple please.
That would be awesome.

!http://intl-outdoor.com/images/triplexp20.jpg!

Yes please! I would like to be able to buy one or more of these with Nichias.

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Hank Wang wrote:
Why has the quantity been blurred out? :~ Can we know how many you purchased?

We blur all quantities on any LED, not for this LED only.

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Excellent work Hank, and I have a challenge for you!

Cree has announced a new breed of XP class emitters, the XP-L! With 23% brighter output, this looks very interesting. See if you can be the first to offer these little beauts! Smile (3 of those on a triple Noctigon would be supremely impressive!) These are rated at 3A capacity, and with 460 lumens at 1A minimum for the top V5 bin, can you imagine a trio driven well? Yowza!

Thanks in advance for all your effort and dedication, you’re very much appreciated!

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XP-L? Google knows nothing about it…

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Looks like Google has some catching up to do then…

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Can you also get more amber LEDs, maybe on sinkpads?

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Looks like Google has some catching up to do then…

Cree doesn’t know anything about XP-L either.
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Helios- wrote:
Why has the quantity been blurred out? :~ Can we know how many you purchased?

Don’t worry you can see the numbers in stock at the store !
Its very nice they have this wonderful LED !

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DBCstm, Dale, buddy old pal, any more XP-L info to share? :bigsmile:

You wouldn’t happen to have a preliminary datasheet, perhaps willing to share by PM, would you? :bigsmile: :bigsmile: Beer

I seem to be unable to find an announcement in cree’s press releases.


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I am wondering if this 219B is even more efficient than Cree XP-G2 of the same color temperature.
I was discussing this with Boaz in PM, and I report here:

Nichia 219B (NVSL219BT): If 350mA = 149lm at 25°
CREE XP-G2 R4 5A2 (XPGBWT-L1-0000-00GE4): If 350mA = 147lm at 25° (130lm at 85°)

Nichia 219B specsheet here
CREE XP-G2 specsheet here

What’s 219B’s maximum drive level?

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chenko wrote:
I am wondering if this 219B is even more efficient than Cree XP-G2 of the same color temperature.
I was discussing this with Boaz in PM, and I report here:

Nichia 219B (NVSL219BT): If 350mA = 149lm at 25°
CREE XP-G2 R4 5A2 (XPGBWT-L1-0000-00GE4): If 350mA = 147lm at 25° (130lm at 85°)

Nichia 219B specsheet here
CREE XP-G2 specsheet here

What’s 219B’s maximum drive level?

According to this:

http://www.leds.de/out/media/NVSL219B-E.pdf

it’s 1500 mA (Absolute Maximum)…

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chenko wrote:
I am wondering if this 219B is even more efficient than Cree XP-G2 of the same color temperature. I was discussing this with Boaz in PM, and I report here: Nichia 219B (_NVSL219BT_): If 350mA = 149lm at 25° CREE XP-G2 R4 5A2 (_XPGBWT-L1-0000-00GE4_): If 350mA = 147lm at 25° (130lm at 85°) Nichia 219B specsheet "here":http://www.nichia.co.jp/specification/products/led/NVSL219B-E.pdf CREE XP-G2 specsheet "here":http://www.cree.com/~/media/Files/Cree/LED%20Components%20and%20Modules/... What's 219B's maximum drive level?

5A2 tint or any other tinting is irrelevant as long you want to know the brightness of R4 (brightness bin). You have around 270lumens at 700mA, 3.06V (According to CREE PCT). With D220 you have around 230lumens at 700mA, 3.09V (According to Nichia datasheet). But well both are typical values, not minimums or maximums.

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Hikelite wrote:

chenko wrote:
I am wondering if this 219B is even more efficient than Cree XP-G2 of the same color temperature. I was discussing this with Boaz in PM, and I report here: Nichia 219B (_NVSL219BT_): If 350mA = 149lm at 25° CREE XP-G2 R4 5A2 (_XPGBWT-L1-0000-00GE4_): If 350mA = 147lm at 25° (130lm at 85°) Nichia 219B specsheet "here":http://www.nichia.co.jp/specification/products/led/NVSL219B-E.pdf CREE XP-G2 specsheet "here":http://www.cree.com/~/media/Files/Cree/LED%20Components%20and%20Modules/... What's 219B's maximum drive level?

5A2 tint or any other tinting is irrelevant as long you want to know the brightness of R4 (brightness bin). You have around 270lumens at 700mA, 3.06V (According to CREE PCT). With D220 you have around 230lumens at 700mA, 3.09V (According to Nichia datasheet). But well both are typical values, not minimums or maximums.

I did some testing on the 219b's a while ago, they perform very well, search blf for djozz nichia (I'm on the phone, copy/pasting links is tedious)

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Good news guys. The triple Nichia’s on Noctigons are now available!

See here —> Triple Nichia’s

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We received the XP-L V5 2A LED and it is available on Noctigon boards.
http://intl-outdoor.com/index.php?main_page=advanced_search_result&searc...

There are a couple more XP-L LEDs to be received tomorrow, neutral white and warm white.

Here we have taken a photo of 4 CREE LEDs lifesize, one shot photo on black surface.

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get some more hi-cri XM-L2, they’re sold out for a long time

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cpfdaniel wrote:
get some more hi-cri XM-L2, they're sold out for a long time

Yes, I regret that I did not buy any more of those lovely rosy 6A1 80cri ones, IMO the most pleasant tint that Cree ever made.

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