What Do You Think About This One

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What Do You Think About This One

2100 ought to love this one.  LOL! 

I just seen this.  It's got a pretty good size head.  How do you think it would throw and what lumens would it really produce? 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/6000LM-Lumen-5pcs-CREE-XML-XM-L-T6-LED-Flashlight-5-Mode-20W-18650-Torch-/230721993676?pt=US_Flashlights&hash=item35b81a3bcc 

2.95" should be 74.93 mm.

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That is the Sky Ray L1.

Here you can read some about it. Even though it seems that sample didn't worked well. That doesn't mean that all are the same.

http://budgetlightforum.com/node/5532

 

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6000 lumens and 20w that sounds really good but untrue hehe.

Now being serious, I would like to see how good ins the thermal path under the leds.

I do not like so big monsters, but it has to be really efficient, how is it driven is another thing, 7-9A in total might be the maximum it can get in total, which would be 1.4-1,8A per led, that's a huge amount of light.

I would like to see a more compact light with a DRY shape but deeper reflectors.

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Hikelite wrote:

That is the Sky Ray L1.

Here you can read some about it. Even though it seems that sample didn't worked well. That doesn't mean that all are the same.

http://budgetlightforum.com/node/5532

Thanks.  First time I seen that one on ebay and thought it was new. 

 

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Yeah i posted in SPAMBOT's thread.  Actually i ordered from CNqualitygoods, then SPAMBOT's board fried and i stopped the order.  Changed it to a N-light ST50 and CQG Extreme runtime XM-L, both very nice very lights.   N-light ST50 has a very nice low of about 2-3 lumens, no PWM. Beam quality is just avg though.  CQG extreme runtime built is really good, very unique design (some hate it, some love it), can take 1 , 2, or 3 18650s or 1 x 26650.  PWM at 4.5kHz or so, choice of T6 3C and good price. Full regulation and very efficient driver.  Can't go wrong.