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Did y’all think that those Meteors build themselves??? tongue-out

I was pretty sure they streaked across the night sky and you and Hank just went out and picked them up after they landed. Turns out that’s not the case. Who knew… Hat
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Got one, can’t wait Smile

Anyone know how to do a rough lumen and runtime calculation for the modes other than turbo?

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i heard a rumor of a 100W version...

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M4D M4X wrote:

i heard a rumor of a 100W version…

Now, wait a second…
At roughly 4V and top draw of around 30A, aren’t we already over that?

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G'Day BLF'ers, smile

 

Could someone Please tell me if Button Tops are required for the Noctigon Meteor M43?

And will the Samsung 30Q Button Top batteries work in it?  Or?

How about the Samsung 30Q Flat Tops?

 

Thank you Very Much,

George

 

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G’Day BLF’ers, smile


 


Could someone Please tell me if Button Tops are required for the Noctigon Meteor M43?


And will the Samsung 30Q Button Top batteries work in it?  Or?


How about the Samsung 30Q Flat Tops?


 


Thank you Very Much,


George


 

Button tops are required and 30Q button tops (from Banggood) works fine in mine.

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Only button tops work. Samsung 30Q button tops and Sanyo NCR18650GA raised platform tops both work great.

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RollerBoySE wrote:
keengeorge wrote:

G'Day BLF'ers, smile

 

Could someone Please tell me if Button Tops are required for the Noctigon Meteor M43?

And will the Samsung 30Q Button Top batteries work in it?  Or?

How about the Samsung 30Q Flat Tops?

 

Thank you Very Much,

George

 

Button tops are required and 30Q button tops (from Banggood) works fine in mine.

maukka wrote:
Only button tops work. Samsung 30Q button tops and Sanyo NCR18650GA raised platform tops both work great.

G'Day RollerBoySE, & Maukka,  smile

 

Thank you Very Much for the Valuable info. Greatly Appreciated.  smile

 

Best Regards,

George

 

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M4D M4X wrote:

i heard a rumor of a 100W version…


235W, 17000+ lumens, 270KCD, 8*18650, with a handle, but it’s not an updated version, a completely new product.

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Hank Wang wrote:
M4D M4X wrote:

i heard a rumor of a 100W version...

235W, 17000 lumens, 270KCD, 8*18650, with a handle, but it's not an updated version, a completely new product.

 

WHAAAAT ???

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Hank Wang wrote:
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i heard a rumor of a 100W version…

235W, 17000+ lumens, 270KCD, 8*18650, with a handle, but it’s not an updated version, a completely new product.
Love

Can you tell us more?
When?

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The hurdle has just been moved 4 notches higher…..

Come on, bring out that bazooka !!!!!

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Sounds like it’s not going to be cheap…. I think the permit to carry this thing is going to cost as much as a Meteor…

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Hank Wang wrote:
M4D M4X wrote:

i heard a rumor of a 100W version…

235W, 17000+ lumens, 270KCD, 8*18650, with a handle, but it’s not an updated version, a completely new product.

This sounds very good for getting around the house at night in the dark. Finally! Cool
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Hank Wang wrote:
M4D M4X wrote:

i heard a rumor of a 100W version…

235W, 17000+ lumens, 270KCD, 8*18650, with a handle, but it’s not an updated version, a completely new product.

Funny, the very first time I read this message I was like yeah you’re a funny joker. Then my eyes moved to the left and I saw “Hank Wang”. I was like oh…… ohh?…….. OHHHHHHHHHH Crazy !!!!

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Hank is surely pulling our legs, what the hell is that Big Smile Big Smile

I’m not complaining though, take my money already.

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17000 lumens ? well, yeah I could use that as a nightstand light^^

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Hank Wang wrote:
235W, 17000+ lumens, 270KCD, 8*18650, with a handle, but it’s not an updated version, a completely new product.
WOW! Shocked

Hank, please start a thread about this new monster and tease us some more!

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it should be named “supernova“

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Hank is offering an ‘installment plan’ on this one.

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M4D M4X wrote:

it should be named “supernova“

Asteroid ELE (Extinction Level Event) Evil
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Stereodude wrote:
M4D M4X wrote:

it should be named “supernova“

Asteroid ELE (Extinction Level Event) })

I like it!  A truly fitting name for a 15,000+ lumen light.  

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I just ordered the Meteor M43, my 1st BIG lumen light. PLEASE let me enjoy it for while! Sheesh!

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I just ordered the Meteor M43, my 1st BIG lumen light. PLEASE let me enjoy it for while! Sheesh!

PREPARE YOUR WALLET!!!

17k lumens 270kcd… my bet goes for quad XHP70

Btw people at TLF are all crazy over Hank’s mention of this new monster.
http://www.taschenlampen-forum.de/threads/lumenmonster-noctigon.50865/

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RMM wrote:

Stereodude wrote:
M4D M4X wrote:

it should be named “supernova“


Asteroid ELE (Extinction Level Event) Evil

I like it!  A truly fitting name for a 15,000+ lumen light.  

Man, this light’s fart produces more lumens than the Meteor.

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Hank Wang wrote:
M4D M4X wrote:

i heard a rumor of a 100W version...

235W, 17000+ lumens, 270KCD, 8*18650, with a handle, but it's not an updated version, a completely new product.

G'Day Hank,  smile

 

When do you think it will become available for purchase?. And when can you give us some more details?  smile  wink

 

Best Regards,

George

 

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Hank Wang wrote:
M4D M4X wrote:

i heard a rumor of a 100W version…

235W, 17000+ lumens, 270KCD, 8*18650, with a handle, but it’s not an updated version, a completely new product.

Looking forward to the Super Meteor!

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Hahaha I just typed something as example of new light with XHP35
And low and behold we now know
A lot of watts
A lot or lumens
8 18650 cells

Speculation time Wink
2S4P gives 6V
4S2P gives 12V

Flood is what the M43 gives

So logically I think more throw
So multiple XHP35HI LEDs with some nice fused reflectors to combine the beams yet still give flood.

Yes a couple of XHP70 emitters could be used but they are used in so many lights I guess this one is spectacular different

Please inform us, just a bit more, you kbow a hype is good for sales Wink

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The Miller wrote:
Hahaha I just typed something as example of new light with XHP35
And low and behold we now know
A lot of watts
A lot or lumens
8 18650 cells

Speculation time Wink
2S4P gives 6V
4S2P gives 12V

Flood is what the M43 gives

So logically I think more throw
So multiple XHP35HI LEDs with some nice fused reflectors to combine the beams yet still give flood.

Yes a couple of XHP70 emitters could be used but they are used in so many lights I guess this one is spectacular different

Please inform us, just a bit more, you know a hype is good for sales Wink

Good points, more throw is always what we are aiming at, and as small as possible body is also the first consideration.

The XHP70 will give weak throw, if you want more throw, you will need to make a super big reflector, I assume you
do not want to carry a dumb bell around when you just want to use a flashlight right. Silly
So, yes, this new project will use 9*XHP35 Hi, still with optics, thus to make the body as small as possible, with decent throw and flood.

I hope the light can be sold before the end of this year.

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