Will coming soon
Will coming soon
I don’t see pictures! J)
Nice build and nice pics. Hope the people 635m away don’t get blinded.
Maxabeam vs LEDLUXmonster Post 132
Some Beamshots added: Post 133
Xandre could you please post pictures in this thread? I can not open pictures from your link(my friend either)
2. 409 Meter
3.Just for fun
You have to register on the German forum in order to see those pictures so I just thought that you could put it here via insert picture button?
Could someone please start another thread with pics of this build? Id love to see the build progression and what parts were used to achieve the final result. Its difficult to follow along with only a translator and no pics.
2M lux with LED! Can you imagine that? From the beamshots it lights up the trees at 700m like it was in daylight, truely mind-blowing.
Where is the picture insert button ?
Plase tell me how to do it.
Hi Xandre, it’s very simple and you can refer to this thread,
With this guide I am looking forward to see more of your crazy mods and beamshots. :bigsmile:
Off @409 Meter:
That looks very impressive. Can you please post a build thread here… with pics if possible? Many of us would like to build this light but dont know where to begin.
The beginning is buying:
the driver, touchy,
the battery (5S Lipo),
Alu rond 150 mm 20 mm,
Copper rond 150mm 3mm,
Srcews and cabel etc…,
It is best when you have an lathe,or someone do it for you…
And it is not an easy job to build it.
The host seems really big,but it just look so.
Inside (Batteryroom) is full. No space at all…
Now we change the XP G2 R5 to XP G2 S2
DerWichteldriver @ 5A
and a new special dedomimg methode from Vinz
with a special finish.
No green tint and some procent more brightness.
Now 2,2 Mio LUX measered with a Gossen Luxmeter @ 32 meter.
Beamshots with some other modds and flashlights:
Maybe we are going to take more amp…
Is this just heating the LED with a soldering iron and then pulling it off with a knife while it’s hot?
Wow!, 3 close to 100mm reflectors. What a thrower. Great work.
How are you getting the heat out of the host?
Do you have a source for those reflectors?