OSRAM CSLNM1.TG & CULNM1.TG 1mm², CSLPM1.TG & CULPM1.TG 2mm²

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djozz wrote:
Djozz drive figures here: http://budgetlightforum.com/node/66611

Thanks Jozz, so it looks like it will be quite happy with a 6.5-7a driver, should be pretty impressive in a jax or similar host , shame its green but hey

When they arrive i will drop one into the Crelant and head to that same lake for some photos!

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For plain seeing things this green beam is best but for figuring out what you are seeing, white is much better.

Edit: for fun I did another beamshot with the GT-micro (14500battery, 29mm reflector) with this “Green Flat”. It is amazing how far a toy-size flashlight gets with this led (tree trunks at 25 meter, pingpongtable at 80 meter, houses behind at 120 meter, exposure just about adjusted to what I see with my eyes)

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Hmm, don’t know what to think of this LED, usually people only complain about greenish tints Sick

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im not sure either, pretty cheap to try though Green flat

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Yokiamy wrote:
Hmm, don’t know what to think of this LED, usually people only complain about greenish tints Sick

This is somewhat greenish indeed but let’s not exaggerate the issue…It throws nice!
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Yokiamy wrote:
Hmm, don’t know what to think of this LED, usually people only complain about greenish tints Sick

gave one a go today, really packs a punch but It’s kinda nasty has a really eerie pale green glow like some alien search light

very unnatural color

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TFC,

You could make small business selling those greenies to UK hunters. They won’t mind…

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Hunters Green…. Sadly i think Nightmaster beat us to it a few years back with their green envy series

Green Envy

They were charging obscene money too!

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I just ordered the 20W green flat for building a pill for my B158 for just that!

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I tried it, it has the strength but I was disappointed with the color, because its is converted gree it is quite light green tint, almost looks like yellow. Cree XPE has much nicer tint, darker green, more intensive, but lacks in strenght significantly.
I also have Osram blue flat, 1×1 die, but did not test it in the flashlight.

 

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Stuck one in a Jax with a 5amp driver just for curiosity…. not the best image but gives you an idea.. thumbs down from me green light on green background next to useless past a hundred meters. ill be sticking with white.

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Are you kidding? That looks great! You gotta to use that with riflescope or binoculars and then you’ll see Wink

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The beam in your Jax is awesome, the color though … Sick

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Looks like typical Cree tint. LOL

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I just put a Oslon Boost HX HL in my GT Micro.

What a great thrower!

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Dutcheee wrote:
I just put a Oslon Boost HX in my GT Micro.

What a great thrower!

It appears you have the HX and HL confused. Nice mod though! Mini throwers are a favorite of mine..

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I see that Boost HL appeared on the Osram site finally:
https://www.osram.com/ecat/OSLON%C2%AE%20Boost%20HL%20KW%20CULNM1.TG/com...

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Dutcheee wrote:
I just put a Oslon Boost HX HL in my GT Micro.

What a great thrower!

YES i feel one coming on also Thumbs Up

so where can you buy the HX on a 16 mm ??

BLF A6 S2+ SST40, GT Micro
a few C8`s , C8+ SST40, M21A SST40
HS 802, dd SST20 5k @4.6 amps,
P30,
Emisar D1S xp-g2 dd S4 2b
EC01
S70s,
UT02 - 5 amps and luv it ! with E2 3C
Klarus G35
Maxtoch New Sniper M24 dd U3
MF02 ,
FT03 SST40
Emisar K1

i think iv got it covered ! Wish list SP70 , SP36 BLF

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10fp wrote:
Dutcheee wrote:
I just put a Oslon Boost HX HL in my GT Micro.

What a great thrower!

YES i feel one coming on also Thumbs Up

so where can you buy the HX on a 16 mm ??


Nowehere so far. Sad
There was a mention of them being sold on some Asian flashlight forum.
L4P has samples but not on sale yet.
Vinh has some but not on sale either.
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Where can I buy this? Oslon Boost HL

I’m a store and wanting to offer a few custom built C8’s

Which driver is best suited?

Texas Ace Lumen Tube calibrated with maukka lights

New Zealand store – https://www.piercingthedarkness.co.nz (NZ customers only)

YouTube channel – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIUWi2vYp4CWrRkOJM70t_w/videos (Demos for my customers, and reviews)

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Funtastic wrote:
Where can I buy this? Oslon Boost HL

I’m a store and wanting to offer a few custom built C8’s

Which driver is best suited?


https://led4power.com/
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Texas Ace Lumen Tube calibrated with maukka lights

New Zealand store – https://www.piercingthedarkness.co.nz (NZ customers only)

YouTube channel – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIUWi2vYp4CWrRkOJM70t_w/videos (Demos for my customers, and reviews)

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Is this the same

http://kaidomain.com/Osram-KW-CSLNM1-TG-White-5600KLED-Emitter?search=os...


Almost, it is the same die in a smaller 3030 package, the boost hl is a 4040 package and handles a little more current and output.
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Green emitter seems nice for faking an alien invasion

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Some days ago I showed that I modded an Eagle X3R here, with a Osram White Flat (W1) led!

Now, here are some photos of the beam!
It reaches 400m without problems, even if the centering is not 100% perfect! Wink

This is a very nice host for these throwy Leds, despite all !

90m

175m

200m

280m

400m

Comparison with:
Convoy S2+ (XP-L HI, SMO) >>>> X3R (Osram W1, SMO) >>>> FW1A (XP-L HI, OP)

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What are the internal reflector dimensions of the x3r? Awesome beamshots btw!

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JaredM wrote:
What are the internal reflector dimensions of the x3r? Awesome beamshots btw!

Thanks Wink It was a good and “clear” night to take them, so it helped Wink

About the reflector:
bottom hole – 7mm
top hole – ~25mm (approximately, I didn’t take it out again because as the reflector and bezel are screwed together, the Led would get de-focused again)
height – ~25mm as well (measured from the outside based on the level of the shelf and the top, below the thick lens and thick o-ring).

The bigger inconvenient of this light is the bezel and reflector screwing together, as it leads to some move on the gasket and MCPCB.

Despite this…it throws pretty well, more than the previous configuration on a Convoy S2 w/ SMO reflector Wink

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Thanks for taking those measurements. You should be seeing around 100kcd then, give or take. I’m curious as I’m about to put an WF1 in a Convoy M2. These two seem to be virtually the same in reflector dimensions. Crazy how well these Osrams throw! I have one in a Jacob A60, and see around 240kcd. That’s a heck of a range for something so lightweight and cool-running.

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Can someone tell me why mtnelectronics W1 rate it at at 4A max?.

I’ve ordered 3 hosts (C8+, M21C, L21A) to build hunting lights to sell and need advice to make them properly.

I see on here the max is 5A for the W1, please confirm.

I’m currently using Convoy’s 17mm Temp Driver rated at 5A but measured at 4.3A (ideal for the C8+). I purchased the led’s at kaidomain, I’m guessing these are the same? I’m just confirming the max safe current as the lights will be for sale and I’ll be giving a 2 year warranty.

I get 750 lumens with 850m throw with the C8+, that’s impressive.

These will be the furthest throwing lights in NZ for the price, I should get some good sales from hunters.

I’m also interested in another driver that’s better optimized for the white flat in terms of mode spacing. The Convoy driver I’m currently using has a High of 1A and Turbo 4.3A, that’s quite a jump. I’d prefer another level in between.

Any advice is appreciated

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For a show-off light I’m happy to drive a led at the current that gives the maximum output, but for a user-light I play it a bit safer, I go for the current that gives me 80% or for a thrower 90% in my led test. Not only because that probably improves the lifetime, but also because I expect the heat path in a flashlight to be a bit worse than on my fan-cooled copper chunk. The W1 rewards that a bit with a better tint too.
At 4A the W1 in my led test was at 96.6% of its maximum output, 5A gives marginally more output at ideal circumstances, but I expect some costs over time.

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