We have produced 25 pcs B35AM version D4S V2, about 2300lm on high mode, using frosted optic only (since the clear optic has black hole in the center of the beam), please be noted that those are small batch which will be discontinued as soon as they are sold out due to the high cost of the LEDs.
It’s $20 more expensive than the XP-L HI version D4S V2, please order the XP-L HI version on the site, and send $20 to firstname.lastname@example.org via paypal, there are muliple CCT options (which is the DM11 B35AM LED & tint options)
Love the B35AM, so this is a must have self-indulgence
Just tried ordering, but it seems the duplicate invoice error is still present: “PayPal gateway has rejected request. Payment has already been made for this InvoiceID (#10412: Duplicate invoice”. Also send a mail describing this problem.
Invoice issue persisted, but Hank replied by email fast and all’s well now.
Can anybody explain the characteristics of the D4S with this emitter versus most of the other emitter options on Hank’s site? With the frosted optic, will it be a monster flooder with little throw? Is this emitter high or low cri? Color temp? Sorry for the newbie questions. I wish Hank would weigh in with whether he might ever consider putting a single SBT90.2 in the D4S.
I expect this to be very floody with the frosted optic. The B35AM is not a high power thrower, but high CRI and clean (my main reasons for loving this emitter). Multiple temperatures available (2700 to 5700K, so DM11 for entire list).
Very tempting. Seems like the B35AM potential using this driver is very underdriven given the maximum constant rating of the LED for B35am is 1.8 amps. Ideally would be using a 3.6 A 12v driver for nearly twice the power.