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New XP-L High Intensity Emitter

New XP-L emitter is domeless

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Well crap. It’s the daggum Holy Grail.

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The XP-L High-Intensity LED is the first single-die LED to deliver over 100,000 cd in a 4-degree beam with a 50-mm diameter optic at 10 W. Built on Cree’s breakthrough SC5 Technology™ Platform, the XP-L High-Intensity LED delivers more than double the candelas of the industry’s previous highest-performing single-die XP-L LED through the same optic.

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Wow.. double the intensity of the “old” XPL … nice, too bad these LEDs didn’t made it to the new Meteor 43 light Big Smile

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Oh Yeah! Finally.
Might be the end of tint lottery for dedomed emitters.

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Are these really any different than the current generation after a dedome?

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Kloepper Knife Works wrote:
Are these really any different than the current generation after a dedome?

Tint, Tint my friend.

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This is literally today's news, April 29, 2015

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Kloepper Knife Works wrote:
Are these really any different than the current generation after a dedome?

Probably not, but it’ll be nice know the bin values. With a dedome, tint shift is often inconsistent and the impact on lumens is unknown. This removes all of the darkness and unknowns of doing a dedome. It’ll also save the grief of ruining emitters with a failed dedome.

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What will Vinh do now?

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sesgum wrote:
Kloepper Knife Works wrote:
Are these really any different than the current generation after a dedome?

Tint, Tint my friend.

In what way? I didn’t look at the bin and tint options.

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Factory DOMELESS ==> Me Want Smile
Hopefully they make a “domeless” XP-G2 too

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Edit: Is it weird that my heart literally fluttered a bit? LOL Big Smile

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Is it just me or does that look like it has a “plate glass window in front of it” maybe the “dome” is gone but it looks like a “lens” is still there.

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Ronin42 wrote:
Is it just me or does that look like it has a “plate glass window in front of it” maybe the “dome” is gone but it looks like a “lens” is still there.

To me it looks like a very thin layer of their normal gel dome material

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Ronin42 wrote:
Is it just me or does that look like it has a "plate glass window in front of it" maybe the "dome" is gone but it looks like a "lens" is still there.

Looks like a cut silicone dome, of course it only looks cut because we know the actual domed XP-L.

If that photo is real then the die will have some flat silicone protection (we can't really say flat dome).

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What will Vinh do now?

The same thing he has been doing! This may save him time IF he chooses this emitter.

Now wait,,,,,,,,your talking about Vinh Nguyen,,right?!!.or the other Vinz? Big Smile

I think this is the SAME emitter Olight put on the UPGRADED M2X about a month ago,,,switching from a domeless XML2.

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XLamp XP-L High Intensity
Industry’s First High-Intensity LED
The XLamp® XP-L High-Intensity LED is the first of Cree’s new class of High-Intensity LEDs optimized to deliver maximum candela through secondary optics. The XP-L High-Intensity LED is the first single-die LED to deliver over 100,000 cd in a 4-degree beam with a 50-mm diameter optic at 10 W. Built on Cree’s breakthrough SC5 Technology™ Platform, the XP-L High-Intensity LED delivers more than double the candelas of the industry’s previous highest-performing single-die XP-L LED through the same optic. The new high-intensity LED offers a drop-in ready upgrade for XP-based luminaire designs, enabling manufacturers to achieve higher luminous intensity with minimal redesign to accelerate time to market.
SpecificationsVariationsDocumentation Data Sheet (pdf)
Size 3.45 × 3.45 mm
Maximum Drive Current 3 A
Maximum Power 10 W
Light Output up to 1095 lm at 10 W
Typical Forward Voltage 2.95 V at 1.05 A
Viewing Angle 115 °
Binning 85°C
ANSI
Thermal Resistance 2.5 °C/W

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XPL                       1226 lm White @ 10 W

XP-L High Intensity 1095 lm @ 10 W

XM-L2                    1052 lm @ 10 W (85°C)

Wonderful ! Hope they will do the same with XB-H LED. Love

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It looks like there is a just a thin layer of silicone, likely to protect the phosphor and bond wires. This might mean surface brightness will be some percentage lower than a typical dedome, but reliability and tint should be better.

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CRI Color Temperature (K)
Warm White
2600 – 3700 Neutral White
3700 – 5000 Cool White
5000 – 8300

U5, U6, V2 (?)

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wolfdog1226 wrote:
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What will Vinh do now?

The same thing he has been doing! This may save him time IF he chooses this emitter. Now wait,,,,,,,,your talking about Vinh Nguyen,,right?!!.or the other Vinz? :D

Vinh from USA, the guy that dedomes LEDs, not Vinz from Germany

Saves time to do what if the light comes stock like that? I mean saves him time to ask $80? Smile

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Hikelite wrote:

wolfdog1226 wrote:
Hikelite wrote:

What will Vinh do now?

The same thing he has been doing! This may save him time IF he chooses this emitter. Now wait,,,,,,,,your talking about Vinh Nguyen,,right?!!.or the other Vinz? Big Smile

Vinh from USA, the guy that dedomes LEDs, not Vinz from Germany

Saves time to do what if the light comes stock like that? I mean saves him time to ask $80? Smile

That is what I thought! I have 15 of his torches!

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wolfdog1226 wrote:
Hikelite wrote:
Vinh from USA, the guy that dedomes LEDs, not Vinz from Germany

Saves time to do what if the light comes stock like that? I mean saves him time to ask $80? Smile

That is what I thought! I have 15 of his torches!

15 Vinh lights? Lol i think you’re on the wrong forum! Crown

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wolfdog1226 wrote:
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Hikelite wrote:

What will Vinh do now?

The same thing he has been doing! This may save him time IF he chooses this emitter. Now wait,,,,,,,,your talking about Vinh Nguyen,,right?!!.or the other Vinz? :D

Vinh from USA, the guy that dedomes LEDs, not Vinz from Germany

Saves time to do what if the light comes stock like that? I mean saves him time to ask $80? Smile

That is what I thought! I have 15 of his torches!

I was just speaking my mind, could not have imagined someone got 15 of his dedomed torches.

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pilotdog68 wrote:
wolfdog1226 wrote:
Hikelite wrote:
Vinh from USA, the guy that dedomes LEDs, not Vinz from Germany

Saves time to do what if the light comes stock like that? I mean saves him time to ask $80? Smile

That is what I thought! I have 15 of his torches!

15 Vinh lights? Lol i think you’re on the wrong forum! Crown

Believe me,between that addictive spending and a new car last summer combined with being out of work,,,,,,,,,,,I BELONG HERE! Wink

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Hikelite wrote:

wolfdog1226 wrote:
Hikelite wrote:

wolfdog1226 wrote:
Hikelite wrote:

What will Vinh do now?

The same thing he has been doing! This may save him time IF he chooses this emitter. Now wait,,,,,,,,your talking about Vinh Nguyen,,right?!!.or the other Vinz? Big Smile

Vinh from USA, the guy that dedomes LEDs, not Vinz from Germany

Saves time to do what if the light comes stock like that? I mean saves him time to ask $80? Smile

That is what I thought! I have 15 of his torches!

I was just speaking my mind, could not have imagined someone got 15 of his dedomed torches.

One is NOT dedomed! the D25Cvn TI V3!

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wolfdog1226 wrote:
Hikelite wrote:

wolfdog1226 wrote:
Hikelite wrote:

wolfdog1226 wrote:
Hikelite wrote:

What will Vinh do now?

The same thing he has been doing! This may save him time IF he chooses this emitter. Now wait,,,,,,,,your talking about Vinh Nguyen,,right?!!.or the other Vinz? :D

Vinh from USA, the guy that dedomes LEDs, not Vinz from Germany

Saves time to do what if the light comes stock like that? I mean saves him time to ask $80? Smile

That is what I thought! I have 15 of his torches!

I was just speaking my mind, could not have imagined someone got 15 of his dedomed torches.

One is NOT dedomed! the D25Cvn TI V3!

Hahah alright that was a good one.

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MY 18350’S are FINALLY HERE AFTER 8 DAYS,,5 DAYS OF BEING INCOGNITO!! They are for my EC11! :bigsmile: I am going to get them out of the mail box!

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Ronin42 wrote:
CRI Color Temperature (K) Warm White 2600 – 3700 Neutral White 3700 – 5000 Cool White 5000 – 8300 U5, U6, V2 (?)

90CRI top is T6 at 3000K.

New brightness bins designations, more confusion:

T* U* V* , Surely CREE likes to play.

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This is some very cool news Smile

The highest flux bin is cool white XP-L High Intensity V2, and they seem to have a very large span off colour temperatures from 5000K-8300K in the CW bin, and similar in the others.

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