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derfyled wrote:
No one mentioned the right-in-the-middle clip yet ? How the hell are you suppose to use it ?

You can use it to clip on your backpack, hat, etc. anywhere you can.

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Ditto.

The sale price is $199.99,and there are has 4 modes,Moonlight,Middle,High,Stroble.

I really want to like it, but please get rid of stroble.

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Rusty Joe wrote:
Really looks good, but I’d have liked to see less separation between 460 lumens and maybe 200ish lumens. Still, 95 lumens and nearly 500 meters is a good option for less intense viewing.

Thank you for your advice, I will feedback with the engineer. T30R is also good, the maximum range of 1100 meters, more convenient to use.

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JaredM wrote:
derfyled wrote:
No one mentioned the right-in-the-middle clip yet ? How the hell are you suppose to use it ?

Terrible pocket clips.. the pandemic of the flashlight world. Facepalm

To make it easier to use.

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Lightbringer wrote:
TrustFire2021 wrote:
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Ditto.

The sale price is $199.99,and there are has 4 modes,Moonlight,Middle,High,Stroble.

I really want to like it, but please get rid of stroble.


Trustfire, you are in this flashlight business long enough (10 years +?) but don’t you get that Strobe and SOS modes are what we hate the most?

Or at the very least, just make them hidden? I thought it’s just a matter of firmware and it won’t really increase your production cost at all?

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TrustFire2021 wrote:
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Ditto.

The sale price is $199.99,and there are has 4 modes,Moonlight,Middle,High,Stroble.

Moonlight on a LEP is fairly unique. Actually it’s listed at 8 lm, which isn’t exactly moonlight but is much lower than most if not all other low modes on LEPs.

That should give around 140m throw for the claimed 56 hours. I can’t think of one but I bet someone has a perfect use case for that.

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someone educate me, in what respect is a ‘white laser’ a true laser?

and in what respects is it not?
-coherence
=phase uniformity
-monochromatic

how do they even work?

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They are not ‘white lasers’. They emit just like an LED. The only primary difference is that the phosphor is excited by a blue laser remotely rather than a blue LED. Due to thermal and optical limitations in traditional LED design, LEPs can achieve higher intensity (luminance) and therefore increased throw. Due to various factors including optic losses, lumen output is fairly low. Personally, I’m waiting to see a collar added to one. That could get interesting Evil

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so in a regular led, the ‘white’ is a combination of the original blue led light, plus some of it converts to yellow via the phosphor

does the ‘white laser’ do the same thing, specifically is its white a blend of the blue laser plus yellow phosphor light?

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wle wrote:
so in a regular led, the ‘white’ is a combination of the original blue led light, plus some of it converts to yellow via the phosphor

does the ‘white laser’ do the same thing, specifically is its white a blend of the blue laser plus yellow phosphor light?

And there must be losses beyond optics for such low lumens?

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They are much lower wattage than what most of us are used to on BLF. Max current draw is often under 3A and voltage around 4V. So 12W? That’s less than 1mm² Osrams. Long focal length convex optics likely only let out 50ish percent of the lumens on top of that. So all things considered, I think they do well. A recoil LEP is another idea that I think would be awesome.

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JaredM wrote:
They are not ‘white lasers’. They emit just like an LED. The only primary difference is that the phosphor is excited by a blue laser remotely rather than a blue LED. Due to thermal and optical limitations in traditional LED design, LEPs can achieve higher intensity (luminance) and therefore increased throw. Due to various factors including optic losses, lumen output is fairly low. Personally, I’m waiting to see a collar added to one. That could get interesting Evil

Does wavien collar work for LEP setup? I hope it does as it could potentially double up the intensity which is crazy.

I am not sure, I think wavien collar works for LED is because the light source emits light in >100deg of direction, hence the collar is able to “recycle” those wasted light to the surrounding back into the die itself. But in the case of LEP what is the light emitting angle? I mean if the angle is already small, like <60deg (I really have no idea), how well could wavien collar “recycle” the light?

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I see no reason that the emission would not be lambertian. And others have tested collars with LEP I recall with good results. Maybe not the 2x we’re used to but still significant. There’s some math behind it that seems like cheating physics but matches real world fairly closely. I’ll have to track that discussion down..

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I sell a bunch of the Weltool LEP’s, really solid light all around. Not very practical indoors or short range. But Honestly it’s a great add on to AR type rifles. Good long range search lights as well. The guys I go shooting airsoft guns with absolutely love it. These lights are not for EDC use at all, mostly tactical/defense environments.

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For T30R SOS mode,
we would like to say that the mode is hidden, and it’s not activated and start when you normal use.
The purpose is to make it easier to find and target targets when you being warning environments. such as search and rescue.
Our flashlight is professional tactical products,it’s must have this mode also is the latest program program.
please let us know if you have any advice,thank you so much.

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