WTS: Jetbeam AAA HCRI Red ( Clememce Build )

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WTS: Jetbeam AAA HCRI Red ( Clememce Build )

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AAA Red HCRI Red twisty 3 mode, built by clemence, used for maybe 2 years.
4 x eneloop rechargeables.
a well used light and works very well.
threads cleaned and greased often with NO OX ID.

I think I paid some $32.
looking for £20 posted.
a light which may never be made again by Clemence.

comes with spare optics, O ring, and lanyards.

UK Only.

Malkoff !

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> HCRI Red

HCRI Red?
photo?

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Any pictures?

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DrDevil wrote:
I guess it´s the jetuE17A red from this group buy

https://budgetlightforum.com/node/66599


aha, thanks.. I see where the HCRI comment comes from:
clemence wrote:
optosolis wrote:
the e17a red. what led is that?.
I have a ZL AA ‘Photo Red’ maybe XPE led I think.
this better?

E17A use phosphor converted red. It has much wider spectrum coverage [200nm] than normal narrow band [50nm wide] color LED. We can say that this PC color LED has higher “CRI”. Under monochromatic narrow band LED, only limited colors close to the emitted spectrum show color, everything else will be very dark or black. Under PC LED, you see more colors.

[Clemence]

fwiw, there is no actual CRI specification for the Red Phosphor Converted E17a
It does have a 4x broader spectrum than the xp-e2 red.. both centered near 650nm

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discussed here
https://budgetlightforum.com/comment/1479608#comment-1479608


virencelights wrote:
so what makes clemence red led light different to say the normal red?.

wider spectrum
E17a is +_ 100nm from the dominant peak that is centered around 645nm
instead of +- 25nm for XP-E2,

looks like a nice wide spectrum LED
good luck with the sale

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thanks, devil, you are correct!.
thanks everyone.

DrDevil wrote:
I guess it´s the jetuE17A red from this group buy

https://budgetlightforum.com/node/66599

https://budgetlightforum.com/comment/1482760#comment-1482760

https://budgetlightforum.com/comment/1483115#comment-1483115

But I may be wrong

Malkoff !

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PM me email addy if ok.
thanks.

TMaxxJJ wrote:
Any pictures?

Malkoff !