Affordable 60+ mm reflectors for xhp70.2? Convoy L6 reflectors?

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yclongthrow
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Affordable 60+ mm reflectors for xhp70.2? Convoy L6 reflectors?

Hello,

I’m planning on building a 8-10 xhp70.2 light bar. I want to have good throw so I’m planning on using large reflectors and possibly dedoming.

Do you guys know of an affordable source for decently large reflectors suited for the xhp70 or is Convoy L6 reflector my best bet at around $8?

Thanks

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You are lucky:
https://www.fasttech.com/products/1617/10032269/7057400-67-6mm-aluminum-...

Enjoy. If you buy 5+ of them, it will cost 6,30$ each, so that is great.

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Wow, that will be mega-output thrower. Shocked

What current do you plan to run the XHP70.2s at?

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Here’s a few that might spark interest—I don’t see Old Lumens go to reflector anymore Smile

http://illuminationmachines.com/products/optical-components/

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BlueSwordM wrote:
You are lucky:
https://www.fasttech.com/products/1617/10032269/7057400-67-6mm-aluminum-...

Enjoy. If you buy 5+ of them, it will cost 6,30$ each, so that is great.

Thank you, that is a great price.

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EasyB wrote:
Wow, that will be mega-output thrower. Shocked

What current do you plan to run the XHP70.2s at?

Preferably around 6-7 amps if I can cool it properly. Just need to figure out what drivers to use for a automotive application.