Osram White Flat LED index

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Osram White Flat LED index
Edited by: Enderman on 01/24/2020 - 04:34
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Thanks Enderman, that’s very helpful. Smile
Minor correction: CSLPM1 is written as CULNM1.

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Maybe it would be useful to add unofficial names like “White Flat” or “W2.1” to the chart?

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Agro wrote:
Thanks Enderman, that’s very helpful. Smile
Minor correction: CSLPM1 is written as CULNM1.

Oops thanks Smile

Agro wrote:
Maybe it would be useful to add unofficial names like “White Flat” or “W2.2” to the chart?

I’ve seen people call all of them white flat, and on the left side you can see the die size mm^2 which is what people usually talk about when they say “2mm white flat” or “1mm white flat”
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This Chart helps SO MUCH, thank you!

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Great chart, thanks!

Are the 1915 (“E”) ones used in any production flashlights? Or can you get an MCPCB for them?

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Agro wrote:
Maybe it would be useful to add unofficial names like “White Flat” or “W2.1” to the chart?

I have them listed here https://davestechreviews.com/2020/12/12/osram-white-flat-leds/ if you need them, though it’s not as concise as the chart above.

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Has anyone used the CELMM1 led in a mod? Pocket/AAA type thrower?

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Hi….There have been tuneable-white clusters for quite a while – generally with substituting stripes of 2700K and 5000/6500K white. Suspect the proficiency and CRI are not as much as front line, yet they can unquestionably estimated any shade of white inside their limits.

There are additionally less-invigorating double shading SMD LED strips available that can do a similar stunt for moderately modest.