Noctigon XM16, XP16, XM20 and XP20 Copper Core PCBs.+ MT-G20 (Update)

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Noctigon XM16, XP16, XM20 and XP20 Copper Core PCBs.+ MT-G20 (Update)

Introducing the Noctigon brand.

With Noctigon XM16, XP16, XM20 and XP20 you will get:
-Direct thermal path, no dielectric layer under the thermal path pad
-Flat base (the boards are not bent up towards the edges and the copper has been sanded to eliminate grooves)
-2Oz copper weight (opposed to common 1Oz), lower resistance
-Wide traces, lower resistance
-Lager solder pads for leads (compared to 16mm Chinese boards especially)
-Pads clearance to fit most centering gaskets on the market
-Gold plated copper for long shelf life, easy degreasing, oxidation protection and high resistance against corrosive environment.

Noctigon is a brand fully designed by us which proposes to bring innovative hardworks to the market.

Here’s a photo with the quality control: (Those markers with black have not passed QC.)

https://intl-outdoor.com, Noctigon, Emisar, flashlight components.

Edited by: Hank Wang on 05/08/2013 - 09:35
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Great!  Glad to see these coming available!  Thanks Hank!

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That's a pretty high fail rate IMO.  May I ask why those particular ones failed QC? From your pic they look the same as the ones that passed.

Any chance these will be available to ship out prior to May 15th?  If so I'll get my order in now.

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where to buy?

thanks!

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tolight wrote:
where to buy? thanks!

See the link in Hank's post.

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oops! haha… thanks! I got so drawn by the images that I missed it… Silly

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Please please PLEASE look into getting something similar made for the monster Cree MT-G2 (and stocking the MT-G2 itself)! There's not even a copper SinkPAD for the MT-G2 (they only have an aluminum version), and currently Cutter in Australia is the only source for the LEDs. Hey, it never hurts to ask, right? Silly

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comfychair wrote:

Please please PLEASE look into getting something similar made for the monster Cree MT-G2 (and stocking the MT-G2 itself)! There’s not even a copper SinkPAD for the MT-G2 (they only have an aluminum version), and currently Cutter in Australia is the only source for the LEDs. Hey, it never hurts to ask, right? Silly

Yeh, you’re always welcome to ask.
The MT-G2 copper MCPCB will be available by next week.
The MT-G2 emitters will be available within this month.

Thanks!

Hank

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Hi Hank,
Will you haven these with emitters like xml2, xpg2 and xpe2?
Thanks

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Hi Hank,
Will you haven these with emitters like xml2, xpg2 and xpe2?
Thanks
Very soon, within this week.

Thanks!

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Hank Wang wrote:
Ian2381 wrote:
Hi Hank,
Will you haven these with emitters like xml2, xpg2 and xpe2?
Thanks
Very soon, within this week.

Thanks!

Thanks a lot Hank,

Will be ordering some once available.

Big Smile

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This is great news.

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Really good news.

Hank, we also need drivers with beautiful modes to drive these leds at 5000 mA Smile


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PLEASE stop posting up all this great stuff Hank! Im going to go completely broke!!! |( |(

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Hank Wang wrote:
Ian2381 wrote:
Hi Hank,
Will you haven these with emitters like xml2, xpg2 and xpe2?
Thanks
Very soon, within this week.

Thanks!

Please Post a Link for those who don’t know it, Thanks…

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PLEASE stop posting up all this great stuff Hank! Im going to go completely broke!!! |( |(
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Eat less, buy more LEDs. Easy, really.

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Hank Wang wrote:
comfychair wrote:

Please please PLEASE look into getting something similar made for the monster Cree MT-G2 (and stocking the MT-G2 itself)! There's not even a copper SinkPAD for the MT-G2 (they only have an aluminum version), and currently Cutter in Australia is the only source for the LEDs. Hey, it never hurts to ask, right? Silly

Yeh, you're always welcome to ask. The MT-G2 copper MCPCB will be available by next week. The MT-G2 emitters will be available within this month. Thanks! Hank

 

MUAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAAA

I'm picturing a C8 style light with a ramping driver that goes from .01 lumens to HOLY MOTHER OF -WHAT THE HELL IS THAT THING !!!!!!

What I do

 

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You still need to find a ramping driver that can boost 3.7V to 6V. Silly

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You still need to find a ramping driver that can boost 3.7V to 6V. Silly

Or get a C8 extension for a second cell (using an 2-cell driver).

-Garry

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Hey Hank…

How about a copper 20mm triple XP star!!!!

Pretty please! :bigsmile:

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Firelight2 wrote:
Hey Hank... How about a copper 20mm triple XP star!!!! Pretty please! :bigsmile:
Whoa!  +1,000,000

A copper 20mm triple XM star wouldn't hurt to have either. Wink

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Firelight2 wrote:
Hey Hank… How about a copper 20mm triple XP star!!!! Pretty please! :bigsmile:
Whoa!  +1,000,000

A copper 20mm triple XM star wouldn’t hurt to have either. Wink

What would you use for reflector/reflectors on a 20mm XM triple?

I have not placed my order yet.
Id guess these are in stock like the description says? But whats up with the “Backorder, items will be shipped before 15th, May” text?

Hank, btw. “the new products page does not show XM16, but you have put them on your page.”

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Nice! Ordered 3 pair

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garrybunk wrote:

NightCrawl wrote:

You still need to find a ramping driver that can boost 3.7V to 6V. Silly

Or get a C8 extension for a second cell (using an 2-cell driver).

-Garry


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RaceR86 wrote:
JohnnyMac wrote:

Firelight2 wrote:
Hey Hank... How about a copper 20mm triple XP star!!!! Pretty please! :bigsmile:
Whoa!  +1,000,000

A copper 20mm triple XM star wouldn't hurt to have either. Wink

What would you use for reflector/reflectors on a 20mm XM triple? I have not placed my order yet. Id guess these are in stock like the description says? But whats up with the "Backorder, items will be shipped before 15th, May" text? Hank, btw. "the new products page does not show XM16, but you have put them on your page."
I'd use the same Carclo triple TIR that is used in the XP-G versions.  Should work just as well since most of the Carclo Cree optics are made for either XM/XP emitters or for XR emitters.  XR optics look like crap on an XM-L but the XP-G optics look great on an XM-L.
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Thanks for info Johhnymac.
(Those Carlco XP-G optics must be larger than the single XP-G optics I use then. Not possible to fit XM-L in them)

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No way you'll fit the dome of an XML in one of the Carclo triple XPG optics. Dedomed might work.

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I think scaru has a p60 dropin with 3 dedomed xml and the carclo optics…
What will happen we would use a single aspheric? three hotspots? that would be fun…

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RaceR86 wrote:
Hank, btw. “the new products page does not show XM16, but you have put them on your page.”

XM16
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RaceR86 wrote:
Hank, btw. “the new products page does not show XM16, but you have put them on your page.”
XM16

Thats what I said. He have put it on the page (the one you link to).
But he forgot to add it on the new products page along with the other ones.
At the moment, customers who only check “new products” will not see it..

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