who is buying me a XP-E2 Torch led? Update: DBCstm did, test is in post#81

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The XP-E2 Torch has all the dimensions of the normal XP-E2, so will fit XP boards. The die is 1x1mm, that 2.2 times less surface area as the XP-G2 die.

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I was afraid that is same as old one Smile Thanks.

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djozz wrote:

The XP-E2 Torch has all the dimensions of the normal XP-E2, so will fit XP boards. The die is 1×1mm, that 2.2 times less surface area as the XP-G2 die.


Derp. :Sp CREE doesn’t mention the die’s size, only the whole emitter’s. My bad.

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The DIE of XP-E2 is a lot smaller than that of XP-G2. Package size and footprint are the same (XP)…

EDIT: Sorry guys, I haven’t noticed the last three comments, Djozz made it clear already.

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chouster wrote:
The DIE of XP-E2 is a lot smaller than that of XP-G2. Package size and footprint are the same (XP)…

I think we already found that out from the last 3 comments Silly

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yep, sry

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I just wanted to post my thoughts on my visuals of the XPE2 Torch LED. My observations are based on a Carlco triple build.
After a few days of observation, something about the colour temperature seemed odd, until it struck me. It’s not cold, it’s not warm, and it’s not neutral. I see no hint of any extraneous colour…blue, red, yellow, green etc.. The only classification I would give this emitter is “flat white”. I just don’t get any sense of temperature or tint, just an absolute flat white beam.

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