Manta Ray C8 (SST-40.2 CW), Single Mode - a Big Step Up!

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Manta Ray C8 (SST-40.2 CW), Single Mode - a Big Step Up!
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There was some question on whether or not this is a legit sst-40.2 since no one appears to have the spec sheets. So I checked with a luminous rep and he quickly responded that it probably is…

“Morning Joe,

We have recently increased the flux bins, but internally we don’t call it a version 2 of the SST-40. It could definitely be our product though, as maybe they’re marketing these new bins as an improvement. What brand is it? I happen to have that High Power White slide deck open, so I’ll give you a few more snapshots.”

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Well perhaps it is simply a higher bins, I have a MantaRay m45 (convoy m21a profile) with a SST40 that towards 5700k-ish and has slight greenish hue at low level compare to the SST40 on my Sofirn C8G.    So is there any ' new stuff.. with their snapshots'? 

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..you'll see perpetual change..

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It’s the WS new bin.

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Any step down?

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Any step down? Must get pretty toasty in 12 × 7135 1 mode.

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pennzy wrote:
Any step down?

let me test it.

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It says something about 85 degrees in the specs.