Samsung LH351D 5000k 90CRI LED $0.74 with Free Overnight Shipping

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Samsung LH351D 5000k 90CRI LED $0.74 with Free Overnight Shipping

I purchased several of these last week at $2.20 each. For some reason the price has dropped to $.74.
Not as nice as tint as the recent LH351D 4000k AEDe GB led IMO but It produces a 90CRI nice white beam.
I prefer the 4000k but for this price I’ll use them here and there in something. S6 bin at 380-440 lumen’s at 1050ma.
https://www.arrow.com/en/products/sphwhtl3da0gf4rts6/samsung-electronics
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I have no idea how long the price will last. Beer

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Thanks for sharing this!

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Couldn’t sleep, checked the forums and this deal shows up! Thanks for sharing!!!

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This one looks pretty good too: “LH351C 5000K 90CRI $0.34/each”: https://www.arrow.com/en/products/sphwhtl3d50ge4rtmf/samsung-electronics

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Thanks for the heads up moderator007!

I was amazed to see that international shipping was free.

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damn this is good price

scored myself 30 pieces Evil

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eas wrote:
This one looks pretty good too: “LH351C 5000K 90CRI $0.34/each”: https://www.arrow.com/en/products/sphwhtl3d50ge4rtmf/samsung-electronics

The LH351C is the newest version from Samsung and it has not been tested on BLF yet. Arrow’s or Digikey’s shipping costs makes the EU unreachable, anyone care to send a few in a simple envelope to one of the EU led testers? (Koef3, maukka or me), or perhaps TA is in for another led test?
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Thank you

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Usually i am not ordering from Digikey, Arrow. . . because of the high shipping costs.
But i really have to check if i do not need a few things if shipping is really free over 20$.

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Can confirm – just ordered with free shipping to EU, paid over $10 for 10 “C” and 10 “D” version.

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Great price, thanks for sharing.

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g_damian wrote:
Can confirm – just ordered with free shipping to EU, paid over $10 for 10 “C” and 10 “D” version.

Is customs covered by Arrow? In other words: will you not be charged later with customs (fair enough) and more than the order amount of handling fees by the carrier? (robbery).
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I don’t think so. Typically, it’s the buyer or ultimate consignee who shoulders import duties and taxes, depending on the laws of your country.

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Jaded wrote:
I don’t think so. Typically, it’s the buyer or ultimate consignee who shoulders import duties and taxes, depending on the laws of your country.

Mouser takes care of the customs fee for you, so that you only pay for customs and not for some random carrier fee. Also Amazon does that.
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Thanks for the alert Moderator007 Smile

I also bought 3 of these XHP70.2's for under $6.  Not high CRI, but highest binning they seem to have:

https://www.arrow.com/en/products/xhp70b-00-0000-0d0bp20e5/cree

 

Are these ones better?

https://www.arrow.com/en/products/xhp70b-00-0000-0d0bp240e/cree

 

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Canadians should note that Arrow doesn’t cover customs like Digikey and Mouser. Anything over $20 CAD will come with courier fees. The only way to get around this is by finding a combination of items over $20 USD that ship separately from US/EU warehouses so neither shipment is over $20 CAD.

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I went through two orders with Arrow and bought two types of 5000K 90 CRI LH351D leds. It seems that I got free shipping, could pay with Paypal, and they charged tax for me. So it all sounds good sofar, my worry is still that the carrier seems DHL and my experience with them is not good.

Thanks moderator007 for the tip!

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Wow, thanks for sharing! Thumbs Up

I’m gonna try some in a Q8.

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I also want to say thanks!
Ordered e-parts that i can not get in germany (~22€ total). So there should be no problem with custom.

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Thanks OP, I just ordered 6. I will be swapping these into a Q8 once they arrive (supposedly tomorrow).

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I posted this up late last night and came back tonight and everyone seems to be getting in on this deal some way or another.
I appreciate all the thank you’s and I knew I couldn’t just not tell anyone about what “LED for 74 Cents with Free Shipping” Cash
Glad to have helped Wink

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ImA4Wheelr wrote:

Thanks for the alert Moderator007 Smile


I also bought 3 of these XHP70.2’s for under $6.  Not high CRI, but highest binning they seem to have:


https://www.arrow.com/en/products/xhp70b-00-0000-0d0bp20e5/cree


 


Are these ones better?


https://www.arrow.com/en/products/xhp70b-00-0000-0d0bp240e/cree


 


They both are in the P2 bin with 70CRI. I looked at the datasheet and Arrow’s description. I couldn’t find a difference but I’m sure there has to be some difference besides just price. LED lottery I guess Wink .
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moderator007 wrote:
ImA4Wheelr wrote:

Thanks for the alert Moderator007 Smile


I also bought 3 of these XHP70.2’s for under $6.  Not high CRI, but highest binning they seem to have:


https://www.arrow.com/en/products/xhp70b-00-0000-0d0bp20e5/cree


 


Are these ones better?


https://www.arrow.com/en/products/xhp70b-00-0000-0d0bp240e/cree


 


They both are in the P2 bin with 70CRI. I looked at the datasheet and Arrow’s description. I couldn’t find a difference but I’m sure there has to be some difference besides just price. LED lottery I guess Wink .

XHP70B-00-0000-0D0BP240E is 4000k 5-step tint.
XHP70B-00-0000-0D0BP20E5 is (5A, 5B, 5C, 5D) tint.
240E is a tighter bin then the 20E5 version!
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Maybe they’re Latticebright? LOL

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The difference is the binning. By my read, both are binned into rather large regions, so any given emitter from either order code could be very close to the BBL or pretty far from it. Similarly, any given emitter could be very close to 4000K, or it could be very close to either 4250K or 3750K.

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charles lin wrote:
moderator007 wrote:
ImA4Wheelr wrote:

Thanks for the alert Moderator007 Smile


I also bought 3 of these XHP70.2’s for under $6.  Not high CRI, but highest binning they seem to have:


https://www.arrow.com/en/products/xhp70b-00-0000-0d0bp20e5/cree


 


Are these ones better?


https://www.arrow.com/en/products/xhp70b-00-0000-0d0bp240e/cree


 


They both are in the P2 bin with 70CRI. I looked at the datasheet and Arrow’s description. I couldn’t find a difference but I’m sure there has to be some difference besides just price. LED lottery I guess Wink .

XHP70B-00-0000-0D0BP240E is 4000k 5-step tint.
XHP70B-00-0000-0D0BP20E5 is (5A, 5B, 5C, 5D) tint.
240E is a tighter bin then the 20E5 version!

From what I gathered they are both in the same 5A,5B,5C,5D region from the graphs at the bottom of the datasheet. I thought both were 5-step also. I tried looking to see if I could find something that may have stated one was a 3-step and that would be the difference but I didn’t find it. So I’m not sure of the difference.
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Thanks for the tip moderator007.

Got myself some of these:
LH351D 5000K CRI90 SPHWHTL3DA0GF4RTS6
LH351C 5000K CRI90 SPHWHTL3D50GE4RTMF
LH351C 5000K CRI90 SPHWHTL3D50GE4RTKF
XHP35 HI 4500K CRI80 XHP35A-H0-0000-0D0HC445E
XHP35 HI 3000K CRI90 XHP35A-H0-0000-0D0UB230G

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Also XHP35 HD 5700K CRI90 XHP35A-00-0000-0D0UC40E2

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Canadians, with respect to my previous comment, the free shipping promo has no minimum, but you’ll want to be very careful any shipment is under $20 CAD.

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maukka wrote:
Thanks for the tip moderator007.

Got myself some of these:
LH351D 5000K CRI90 SPHWHTL3DA0GF4RTS6
LH351C 5000K CRI90 SPHWHTL3D50GE4RTMF
LH351C 5000K CRI90 SPHWHTL3D50GE4RTKF
XHP35 HI 4500K CRI80 XHP35A-H0-0000-0D0HC445E
XHP35 HI 3000K CRI90 XHP35A-H0-0000-0D0UB230G

Thumbs Up I’m sure that I’m not the only one who is looking forward to seeing your test results.
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You gotta love Arrow’s shipping, I ordered on 8/20 and my package is getting delivered today.

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