New XP-L High Intensity Emitter

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Hikelite wrote:

Maybe you know, maybe you dont know, but and LED is not sold just with the specification "CREE"
Model nname is required (XP-E, XP-G2), Brightness bin (Q2, Q3.....R5), color temperature (5700K, 3000K) but preferably you would know the tint and know exactly for yourself what to expect (1A, 1B, 1T, 3C, 5B1)

CRI wouldn't be bad to know, depends on your intended use ( kitchen, outdoor light, basement light not all have the same importance)

Also just so you know these CREE LEDs are manufactured in China.

OK 

but seller give sweat to me that this led never com form china due to much solicitation from me to them they seller just say me these led montage in south Korea but the led chip come from American Cree company they have a reference buy sheet that korea seller sign that with american signet

what is data (Q2, Q3.....R5) or (1A, 1B, 1T, 3C, 5B1)?

i never see them in cree specification web site just a little explanation in their pdfs  inconspicuous

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Hikelite wrote:

You have deleted your post, but read here:

http://www.cree.com/~/media/Files/Cree/LED%20Components%20and%20Modules/...

yes i have a little weakness in English 

excuse me some of keys my key keyboard some time malfunction and add more mistake to typing and thus i delete it and try to correct errors in typing and again type that

forgive me please

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ok

i read pdf carefully but a lot of  Chromaticity table that cree release

which luminous bin affected by them but just i must know they color temperature

and brightness in my job they important for me the cree table have a lot of Chromaticity

that who work for art lighting use to show the work of art in own scenes

or who that brighten area in art lighting like coloration illumination

did you buy cree led with this sheet completely 

  

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If you are lighting up artwork, you will want a high Cri output like 98cri

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itsonlyme wrote:
If you are lighting up artwork, you will want a high Cri output like 98cri

yes you told exactly

may be require  more cri output like 99cri that is important to show the artwork to become more with integrity 

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hamedshh wrote:

itsonlyme wrote:
If you are lighting up artwork, you will want a high Cri output like 98cri

yes you told exactly

may be require  more cri output like 99cri that is important to show the artwork to become more with integrity 

The thing is that you can buy for example a XP-L that has a 65CRI and 1T tint, yes a lot of brightness but the tint will be bad, CRI not even worth talking about at that tint (1T).

But for that maybe you would be looking into CXA LEDs rather than XP-L LEDs.

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we must be wait until cree release new led with extra brighness and high cri and tint but cree just

point at one thing in each product or they cant gather all features in one led and show that serve as one end updated product like cri=99 or 300 lpw or high tint or ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;

or their polices is to show developments serially 

always we search about high ended products

 

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Back to the XP-L HI, I was supposed to have some coming but I received regular XP-L’s on accident. Those got returned so now back to waiting for the HI’s to be stocked again.

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That sucks. All that waiting.

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why cree show xp-l luminous more than xp-l hi in their first sheet

but in publicities they say xp-l hi have double in performance and luminous instead of xp-l

this is rather  xp-l put 1226 lumen and xp-l hi put 1095 lumen in 10 watt consume 

it is a little doubtful in their speech

which we belief to the sheet or the publicities?

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hamedshh wrote:

why cree show xp-l luminous more than xp-l hi in their first sheet

but in publicities they say xp-l hi have double in performance and luminous instead of xp-l

this is rather  xp-l put 1226 lumen and xp-l hi put 1095 lumen in 10 watt consume 

it is a little doubtful in their speech

which we belief to the sheet or the publicities?

candela value is different which they refer as double perfomance, not lumen value

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So Mouser has these in stock , has anyone actually built one yet? I am thinking of doing a C8 I have with the Comfychair inspired FET mod on a single 18650. Would it be worth it to run this on two 18350’s for the higher voltage with the correct driver?

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n10sivern wrote:
Back to the XP-L HI, I was supposed to have some coming but I received regular XP-L’s on accident. Those got returned so now back to waiting for the HI’s to be stocked again.

Sorry to hear that.

At least Mouser has them in stock now, so it should be only a matter of time before they show up all over the place Smile

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cajampa wrote:
n10sivern wrote:
Back to the XP-L HI, I was supposed to have some coming but I received regular XP-L’s on accident. Those got returned so now back to waiting for the HI’s to be stocked again.

Sorry to hear that.

At least Mouser has them in stock now, so it should be only a matter of time before they show up all over the place Smile

Thanks for the tip. Just ordered some 4000k and 5000k from Mouser. Smile

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cajampa wrote:
n10sivern wrote:
Back to the XP-L HI, I was supposed to have some coming but I received regular XP-L’s on accident. Those got returned so now back to waiting for the HI’s to be stocked again.

Sorry to hear that.

At least Mouser has them in stock now, so it should be only a matter of time before they show up all over the place Smile

Thanks for the tip. Just ordered some 4000k and 5000k from Mouser. Smile

Same here. Should be good for the upcoming BLF Ti ReyLight.

I see Mouser’s stock of these is going down as we speak.

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Firelight2 wrote:
cajampa wrote:
n10sivern wrote:
Back to the XP-L HI, I was supposed to have some coming but I received regular XP-L’s on accident. Those got returned so now back to waiting for the HI’s to be stocked again.

Sorry to hear that.

At least Mouser has them in stock now, so it should be only a matter of time before they show up all over the place Smile

Thanks for the tip. Just ordered some 4000k and 5000k from Mouser. Smile

Same here. Should be good for the upcoming BLF Ti ReyLight.

I see Mouser’s stock of these is going down as we speak.

Someone needs to order 12 of them and stick them in their M43

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Had an email from Cutter last week to say that they would be shipping within two weeks, lets hope that they start shipping this week! Cannot stand the waiting Sad

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I have a 5000k one on the way to me at the moment.

It’s going in an XinTD C8 with the new LD-2 driver.

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How do you decipher those part numbers? XPLAWT-H1-0000-000BU40E5 the E5 means it can be any of the 5 bins, right? That matches the given 4000k temperature.

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WhitedragonBC wrote:
How do you decipher those part numbers? XPLAWT-H1-0000-000BU40E5 the E5 means it can be any of the 5 bins, right? That matches the given 4000k temperature.

Any of the 5B 5C 5A 5D tints, they are all sub-categorized like this 5B1 5B2 5B3 5B4

U4 bin - 886 lumens at 3A

70CRI

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LSX wrote:
I have a 5000k one on the way to me at the moment.

It’s going in an XinTD C8 with the new LD-2 driver.

You lucky dog. Smile

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Mouser again Tired (shipping of 25 dollar per order is making me not buy these now). Anyone care to send me two for testing? (I will pay for costs and shipping in a plain envelope without tracking)

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Can Cutter do them, and will postage from the colony of Australia be cheap enough?

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Cutter dont have stock yet. They will probably arrive when I'm away for 5 weeks. If I'm here I'd be more than happy to send a couple over.

 

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Hikelite wrote:

hamedshh wrote:

why cree show xp-l luminous more than xp-l hi in their first sheet

but in publicities they say xp-l hi have double in performance and luminous instead of xp-l

this is rather  xp-l put 1226 lumen and xp-l hi put 1095 lumen in 10 watt consume 

it is a little doubtful in their speech

which we belief to the sheet or the publicities?

candela value is different which they refer as double perfomance, not lumen value

tell me how it calculate

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Simply put in the same optic system the XP-L HI will throw farther than XP-L HD.

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djozz wrote:

Mouser again Tired (shipping of 25 dollar per order is making me not buy these now). Anyone care to send me two for testing? (I will pay for costs and shipping in a plain envelope without tracking)


If nobody else is able, I might be interested. Maybe a trade? I send you the XP-Ls, and you send me a 219C? (unless there is a US supplier for the Nichia, I couldn’t find one)

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djozz wrote:

Mouser again Tired (shipping of 25 dollar per order is making me not buy these now). Anyone care to send me two for testing? (I will pay for costs and shipping in a plain envelope without tracking)

If nobody else is able, I might be interested. Maybe a trade? I send you the XP-Ls, and you send me a 219C? (unless there is a US supplier for the Nichia, I couldn't find one)

I'd have to order some Nichia's again for this, but I'd be alright doing that. But is it not easier ordering the Nichia leds yourself at leds.de? They take Paypal, I just would not know how much the shipping is to the States.

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