WTB: uncommon LEDs of high performance

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WTB: uncommon LEDs of high performance

I’m eager to buy some interesting LEDs. In particular 5050 and 3535 footprint but if it comes together with a mcpcb – that’s fine.

I’m hunting for uncommon high bins, high CRI or monochrome red/yellow. If white: only range 5000K-3000K is within my scope of interest.
Quantities I can take: 1-10. I accept higher shipping cost from remote locations, but will insist to send it as a letter, preferably registered.

If you have a unique LED that you already got bored of – please let me know.

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Being more precise, I chase for below/on BBL, higher bins than commonly avaliable @ Chinese stores, flashlight “doable” LED. L4P has a great choice IMHO, but I’m quite familiar with all the leds listed there. Need fresh meat Crazy

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Are COBs count?

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No, sorry. I should have mentioned. However I’ve already ordered some other leds from you Wink

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LH351D 5000K CRI 90 S6 bin
or CRI 70 W6 bin

XHP35 HI E2-3C CRI70

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Lexel wrote:
LH351D 5000K CRI 90 S6 bin
or CRI 70 W6 bin

XHP35 HI E2-3C CRI70

Thanks, but I’m looking for something more unique. But appreciate your offer a lot, thank you.

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Lexel wrote:
XHP35 HI E2-3C CRI70

You have them again?
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Agro wrote:
Lexel wrote:
XHP35 HI E2-3C CRI70
You have them again?

just 2 or 3 left from old stock that are for personal use

how about this COB 52.5W —> 9150lm
CXM-22-40-80-54-AC40-F5-3

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Bump
(just in case any new opportunities poped up)

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I have an XM-L2 T4 5D2 that is unused.
Bought from intl outdoor, mounted on Noctigon.

Not sure if i want to sell but throwing the thought out there.

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Thanks for letting me know, really appreciate the effort.
Not sure where you live, but if outside my country I think I’ll let it go.
It’s not the Graal although the tint and bin are unique indeed.

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1stein wrote:
Thanks for letting me know, really appreciate the effort.
Not sure where you live, but if outside my country I think I’ll let it go.
It’s not the Graal although the tint and bin are unique indeed.

No worries.

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Sometimes called Canada Big Smile

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