✌ FREEME - ASTROLUX FT03 OSRAM CSLNM1.TG USB-C Rechargeable 26650 Flashlight - ON HOLD

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pepinfaxera wrote:
With Led Osram CSL N M1.TG, Not interested, If Led Osram CSL P M1.TG, If interested,

It will most certainly be the cheaper one so… take it or.. not.

 

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Will it be available in the green or blue also?

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Interested, but not until shit gets figured out with Banggood. I’ve had to get 2 refunds in a row for “lights returned because they couldn’t pass customs security check”….

I agree. The SBT90 I ordered was cancelled.

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Tweakmeister wrote:
How might this compare to the SBT90? Same performance at a cheaper price?

Apples and oranges. The SBT90 is a large die and puts out lots o’ lumens. That translates into a generous hot spot and lots of spill. The Osram is a small die, and lower output. It can’t be pushed as hard, but is a little more efficient. I expect that would translate to fewer lumens, but a more intense hot spot. The OSRAM will have a higher percentage of it’s output in the hot spot; the SBT90 will have more output. Depending on the numbers, the SBT90 might throw farther.

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Photonica wrote:
Tweakmeister wrote:
How might this compare to the SBT90? Same performance at a cheaper price?

Apples and oranges. The SBT90 is a large die and puts out lots o’ lumens. That translates into a generous hot spot and lots of spill. The Osram is a small die, and lower output. It can’t be pushed as hard, but is a little more efficient. I expect that would translate to fewer lumens, but a more intense hot spot. The OSRAM will have a higher percentage of it’s output in the hot spot; the SBT90 will have more output. Depending on the numbers, the SBT90 might throw farther.

Ehhh, to say the FT03S MIGHT further throw is a tough pill to take with the performance of the W1 chip in a similar form factor the K1 can be used as reference with a similar reflector size and with the already published projected CD of 510k~ for the FT03S I assume the W1 in the FT03 form factor would have similar performance give or take a few thousand CD.

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There’s no way that the SBT90.2 will outthrow the W1. K1 does 650kcd so I’d say 550-600kcd 800Lumens for the W1 FT03 makes sense. SBT90.2 should do 400+ kcd 4500Lumens. Haven’t test it but will once I receive it. This will undoubtedly be the furthest throwing light you can get for the money. The question is that is the Lumen trade off worth it for the extra throw.

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in for 2 if price is nice Smile

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I’d prefer just the MCPCB and driver as I’ve got a dented blue host out of the box (couldn’t be bothered doing warranty claim) that I wouldn’t mind swapping over. But if that first X is a 2, I’m down.

(edit: I see that the SST40 5700K in lower lux bin is $2.09USD each per thousand at Mouser, and the CSLNM1.TG is $1.34 with same MOQ, same place Smile so fingers crossed on that 2.)

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Freeme who is working on this project? Do they (Astrolux) know you can’t direct drive this LED?

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oweban wrote:
I’d prefer just the MCPCB and driver as I’ve got a dented blue host out of the box (couldn’t be bothered doing warranty claim) that I wouldn’t mind swapping over. But if that first X is a 2, I’m down.

(edit: I see that the SST40 5700K in lower lux bin is $2.09USD each per thousand at Mouser, and the CSLNM1.TG is $1.34 with same MOQ, same place Smile so fingers crossed on that 2.)


Need also new gaskets that will fit new Leds
Would be great get them apart or included on kit with Led and and Driver for modify the host
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Sari33 wrote:
oweban wrote:
I’d prefer just the MCPCB and driver as I’ve got a dented blue host out of the box (couldn’t be bothered doing warranty claim) that I wouldn’t mind swapping over. But if that first X is a 2, I’m down.

(edit: I see that the SST40 5700K in lower lux bin is $2.09USD each per thousand at Mouser, and the CSLNM1.TG is $1.34 with same MOQ, same place Smile so fingers crossed on that 2.)


Need also new gaskets that will fit new Leds
Would be great get them apart or included on kit with Led and and Driver for modify the host

Agreed! I’d also love to be able to get new centering rings for the SST40/XHP50.W model too….
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