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    I'd like to compile a list of (currently available) LED PR flange bulbs that will fit just about ANY generic flashlight. So far i have:

    TerraLux: http://www.terraluxcorp.com/products...1b93fff0127f53
    Dorcy: http://www.dorcy.com/products.aspx?p=411642
    EverLED: http://www.flashlightreviews.com/reviews/everled.htm
    PR2 WHP1: http://www.superbrightleds.com/cgi-b...product=LIGHTS
    SMJLED: http://www.flashlightreviews.com/rev...mjled_bulb.htm
    SMJLED2: http://theledguy.chainreactionweb.co...roducts_id=853
    LunaLEDs: http://www.flashlightreviews.com/rev...aled_2cell.htm
    Tektite: http://www.flashlightreviews.com/rev...tite_lpr-3.htm
    Tektite: http://www.tek-tite.com/src/product_info.php?id=1057
    Tektite: http://www.tek-tite.com/src/product_info.php?id=1059
    Nite-Ize: http://www.flashlightreviews.com/rev...ze_magbulb.htm
    LEDtronics: http://www.flashlightreviews.com/rev...ics_prbulb.htm
    TLE-20 : http://www.terraluxcorp.com/products...54c122c91dad71
    Tektite: http://www.tek-tite.com/src/product_info.php?id=3056
    Night Pearl: http://www.sinounion.com.hk/index1.htm
    LEDcorp: http://www.warrencustomoutdoor.com/pl-bulbs.html
    EverLED (diamond): http://www.everled.com/everled-fbr/?content=diamond (for lanterns with negative voltage)
    Battery Station: http://www.batterystation.com/cpf2.htm
    Nite-Ize: http://www.niteize.com/productdetail...product_id=166
    LEDtronics: http://www.ledtronics.com/ds/f321-3w/

    MANUFACTURER / VOLTAGE RANGE / CELL # ALKALINE / CELL # NiMh / LED type
    Terralux TLE-1F / 2v-9v / 2-6 / 2-7 / 1 watt Luxeon
    LunaLEDs / not stated / 2 ONLY/ ---- / 1 watt CREE
    Dorcy 1 watt / 1.5v-8v / 1-5 / 1-6 / 1 watt ?
    EverLED / not stated / 1-6 / 1-6 / 1 watt Luxeon
    SBLs PR2-WHP-1 / 2.8v-12v / 2-8 / 3-10 / 1 watt ?
    SBLs PR2-W1-WVR / 1-4.9v / 1-3 / 1-4 / 10mm
    SBLs PR2-4.5V / 4.5v / 3 ONLY / ------ / 5mm
    SBLs PR2-6V / 6v / 4 ONLY / ------ / 5mm
    SMJLED / not stated / 2 ONLY / 2 ONLY / 5mm
    SMJLED2 / not stated / 2 ONLY / ------ / 5mm
    Tektite LPR-2 / 3v / 2 ONLY / ------ / 1 watt luxeon
    Tektite LPR-3 / 4.5v / 3 ONLY / ------ / 1 watt luxeon
    Tektite LPR-113 / 6v / 4 ONLY / ------ / 1 watt luxeon
    Tektite LPR-10 / not stated / 2-6 / 2-6 / 10mm
    LEDcorp Epieon 2 / 3v / 2 / ------ / 1 watt ?
    LEDcorp Epieon 3 / 4.5v / 3 / ------ / 1 watt ?
    LEDcorp Epieon 4 / 6v / 4 / ------ / 1 watt ?
    Sino Union Night Pearl / 1,2,3 & 4 cell versions / 5mm
    LEDtronics / 3v / 2 ONLY / ----- / 5mm
    Nite-Ize / not stated / 2-6 / ----/ unknown
    Terralux TLE-20 / 3-6v / 2-4 / ----/ unknown
    BatteryStation / ----- / 2 only / ----/ 1 watt CREE
    Nite-Ize 1wattPR/----/ 2-6 /----/???
    LEDtronics 3w / 1v-3.3v & 3.6v-9v / varies / 3watt Luxeon

    Any others that i missed?

    Administrators; does this list qualify as a "Sticky" post?
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    Default Re: all LED PR flange drop-in bulbs.....?

    Great idea, john2551 !


    I've been a big fan of Lambda's PR-based SMJLED since 2006.


    Shame they're no longer available.


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    Burgess,

    If you liked Lambda's SMJLED, then you may like this one: http://www.lighthound.com/index.asp?...OD&ProdID=1768
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    EDIT
    The 1st post ahs been updated with the info presented here.

    The tectite bulbs are voltage specific. You need to order the right one.
    2 cell LPR-2
    3 cell LPR-3 (the one reviewed)
    4 cell LPR-113

    PR2 WHP1 has a funny voltage 2.8-12V. (thanks for catching that John, it would not be a problem for me though, I was planning to use them in 4AA stubbies)
    Superbrightleds also sell the PR2-WVR 1-5V which should be brighter than and focus better than the 3x3LED.
    Last edited by LEDninja; 10-28-2007 at 10:49 AM.

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    I just ordered a TLE-1F & the PR2 WHP 1. I will report back after they arrive. The SMJLED is brighter than the Nite-Ize. I'll buy the Dorcy bulb next time i'm at Sears. I also have a bulb similar to the SuperBrightLeds PR2-W1-WVR that i bought from the defunct LEDcorp that is about the same brightness as the Nite-Ize but with a MUCH smoother beam pattern, even smoother than the SMJLED albeit dimmer. It is nice for up close viewing, 1 to 2 feet away. Don't have the Tektite & don't plan on getting them because i don't feel like buying 3 different ones for the different voltages. If the PR2 WHP 1 turns out to be good then for $7.95 it will be a bargain. The LunaLEDs was reported by FLR to have a short dome (a design flaw) so i'll skip that one also.
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    I'm adding this TLE-20 Universal LED Lighting Kit: http://www.terraluxcorp.com/products...54c122c91dad71

    It comes with the PR bulb adapter so you can use it as a PR drop-in or a bi-pin (mini-mag) drop-in, only 25 lumens though.
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    OK, found another one: http://www.tek-tite.com/src/product_info.php?id=3056

    It looks to be similar to the Nite-Ize bulb.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LEDninja View Post
    The tectite bulbs are voltage specific. You need to order the right one.
    2 cell LPR-2
    3 cell LPR-3 (the one reviewed)
    4 cell LPR-113

    PR2 WHP1 has a funny voltage 2.8-12V. (thanks for catching that John, it would not be a problem for me though, I was planning to use them in 4AA stubbies)
    Superbrightleds also sell the PR2-WVR 1-5V which should be brighter than and focus better than the 3x3LED.
    LED ninja,

    I have made the changes to the list to reflect the different Tektite bulbs.
    There isn't seperate links for the different bulbs on the Superbrightleds webpage but everyone will find all of them from that one link.
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    John2551/LEDninja

    Wow, keep it up on your findings guys, it could stimulate a group buy. We've all got some oldies waiting for the day new bulbs can breathe fire into them. Are there any useful bulbs for experimenting from those Asian online dealers? The right LED bulbs will recycle some of mine for sure. The stubbies are the 4AA Dorcy re-branded to Reactor at Home Hardware Canada? Formerly True Blue/Turtle light? Kudos for this sticky! (Please)

    Many thanks.
    marlite

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    Sino Union Night Peral.

    http://www.sinounion.com.hk/product1.htm

    I have a few two cell and four cell (not listed) versions in my emergency kit. Not really bright, but good for draining the last bit out of cells.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marlite View Post
    Are there any useful bulbs for experimenting from those Asian online dealers? The right LED bulbs will recycle some of mine for sure. The stubbies are the 4AA Dorcy re-branded to Reactor at Home Hardware Canada? Formerly True Blue/Turtle light? Kudos for this sticky! (Please)

    Many thanks.
    marlite
    The smooth reflector of the yellow & black stubby is very picky about which bulb it works with.

    The TLE-1F produces a black donut hole surronded by 2 rings of different colours, inside yellow outside white. The donut hole disappears in other lights (gelbrite) at about 2M but not in this one. Perfect beam though with a Dorcy Illuminator with faceted reflector (NOT the Illuminator Boss with smooth reflector at Sears).

    The LPR-113 produces a very big hotspot with very ringy corona. Radial artifacts throughout.

    The PR2 WVR produces a thin ring. The center of the ring has light. I got rid of the ring by sanding the sides of the bulb but not the front. The fairly large hotspot is now on the dim side, useful for close in work.

    The bulb that works best is the SMJLED PR (4 die) with 2 batteries and 2 dummy cells. Same beam pattern as the original, brighter, less yellow or more blue depending on your defination of white. This is not surprising as ARCmania (the MJ in the SMJLED) was part of the development team at LEDcorp which developed the Turtlelite bulb. The LED is a Nichia BS.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sinjz View Post
    Sino Union Night Peral.

    http://www.sinounion.com.hk/product1.htm

    I have a few two cell and four cell (not listed) versions in my emergency kit. Not really bright, but good for draining the last bit out of cells.
    They still sell those? The SMJLED PR and other drop ins have replaced them in my 2 cell torches.

    BTW kosPap has beamshots of the TLE-1F & SMJLED. Fulton anglehead and Phillips hosts.
    Last edited by LEDninja; 10-28-2007 at 06:42 PM.

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    Yes, i've also noticed that a PR drop-in bulb will have a terrible beam in one light then if you switch it to a different light it can be a 100% improvement. One thing i've seen as a constant has been they have the best beams in 2AA lights with small reflectors. They can be bought for <$1, go figure! But if you want longer runtime & you buy a generic plastic 2D light, look for one with the faceted or orange peel reflector, it improves the beam a lot. If you want REALLY long runtime, throw these into a cheap 6v "lantern flashlight" (not to be confused with a "camping lantern" ie; Coleman) & you're ready for a blackout.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinjz View Post
    Sino Union Night Peral.

    http://www.sinounion.com.hk/product1.htm

    I have a few two cell and four cell (not listed) versions in my emergency kit. Not really bright, but good for draining the last bit out of cells.
    Sinjz,

    Thanks, it has been added to the list.
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    Some bad news today. I just received the superbrightleds PR2-WHP-1 watt bulb & i did not work. Nothing! I just emailed them, so i'll post more when i hear back from them. I've never dealt with them before so i don't know what to expect. Though I can say the shipping was VERY fast, i ordered it on Friday & received it today. Now only if the bulb worked that would have been awesome!
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    I called SBLs today & told them i had a dud. The nice lady said they will send a replacement bulb out right away & are including a pre-paid envelope to send the bad bulb back in. So far that is great customer service.
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    great idea for a thread, definitely needs to be up in the stickies.. I'm excited to see more PR based drop-ins that utilize the latest generation LEDs, keep this updated when they come out!

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    I know that the LEDcorp website is gone but it seems like their different bulbs are still available: http://www.warrencustomoutdoor.com/pl-bulbs.html
    so i'll add this to the list. These bulbs were state of the art when introduced years ago & the one have have still works fine 5 years later.
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    > john2551,

    Great list!
    Woa.. didn't know there were SO many!

    Here's another one..

    http://theledguy.chainreactionweb.co...roducts_id=853
    $11.00 - Sandwich Shoppe 2-Cell PR Bulb [SS_PR2Cell]

    Now all we need is beamshots, runtime, lumen output for each one

    Here's a good thread about PR2 Hosts..
    http://candlepowerforums.com/vb/show...=121573&page=1

    Which of the above PR2 Leds could you recommend?
    I'm new to these PR Leds.. wanting to breathe life into some old PR bulb flashlights lying around the house.

    Looking for brightness, throw, & runtime

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    Quote Originally Posted by john2551 View Post
    If you want REALLY long runtime, throw these into a cheap 6v "lantern flashlight" (not to be confused with a "camping lantern" ie; Coleman) & you're ready for a blackout.

    Careful, 6V lantern batteries are center spring NEGATIVE. Everled has a special bulb for this, but most are center positive. Best case is it won't work. For sure, the Sears Craftsman LED upgrade bulb will blow if installed in one of these, and it shows one right on the package as a candidate for the upgrade!

    I made my own center positive, Li-Ion rechargable lantern battery for this bulb by seperating the top of a cheap carbon battery and replacing the cells with four parallel 26650 Li-Ion's, wired positive to center. You can fit up to eight 18650's in there, BTW. Or just re-wire the existing cells if it is not dead, or replace with four alkaline D's. But in my experience, re-wiring the battery is easier than trying to reverse the light. Don't try this with alkaline 6V batteries, once you peel the steel can you have a pile of loose junk. I used a shop knife in the parting seam of the plastic lid, near the corners, and whacked it with a hammer, working my way around untill the whole thing broke free. A little hot glue to hold it back on when done.

    Hondo

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    Quote Originally Posted by tony22r View Post
    > john2551,

    Great list!
    Woa.. didn't know there were SO many!

    Here's another one..

    http://theledguy.chainreactionweb.co...roducts_id=853
    $11.00 - Sandwich Shoppe 2-Cell PR Bulb [SS_PR2Cell]

    Now all we need is beamshots, runtime, lumen output for each one

    Here's a good thread about PR2 Hosts..
    http://candlepowerforums.com/vb/show...=121573&page=1

    Which of the above PR2 Leds could you recommend?
    I'm new to these PR Leds.. wanting to breathe life into some old PR bulb flashlights lying around the house.

    Looking for brightness, throw, & runtime
    Tony,

    Thanks for reminding me. I knew about that one but forgot to add it to the list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hondo View Post
    Careful, 6V lantern batteries are center spring NEGATIVE. Everled has a special bulb for this, but most are center positive. Best case is it won't work. For sure, the Sears Craftsman LED upgrade bulb will blow if installed in one of these, and it shows one right on the package as a candidate for the upgrade!

    I made my own center positive, Li-Ion rechargable lantern battery for this bulb by seperating the top of a cheap carbon battery and replacing the cells with four parallel 26650 Li-Ion's, wired positive to center. You can fit up to eight 18650's in there, BTW. Or just re-wire the existing cells if it is not dead, or replace with four alkaline D's. But in my experience, re-wiring the battery is easier than trying to reverse the light. Don't try this with alkaline 6V batteries, once you peel the steel can you have a pile of loose junk. I used a shop knife in the parting seam of the plastic lid, near the corners, and whacked it with a hammer, working my way around untill the whole thing broke free. A little hot glue to hold it back on when done.

    Hondo
    Hondo,

    Good points! I've added the EverLED Diamond Lantern version to the list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by john2551 View Post
    I called SBLs today & told them i had a dud. The nice lady said they will send a replacement bulb out right away & are including a pre-paid envelope to send the bad bulb back in. So far that is great customer service.
    OK, today i received the replacement bulb from SBLs. This one worked but it had a greenish tint. But it was just about as bright as the SMJLED but not as bright as the Terralux. I have the Tektite LPR-10 on the way & will report when it arrives.
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    Would it be possible to split the list into separate groups based on output? I dunno, "Highest Possible" and "Highest Runtime" maybe? Or just "Cree/Seuol" and "5mm" or such?

    I think some of those are just groups of 5mm, but some of them are very bright modern LEDs.

    Sorting by output would be nice too, but probably harder to do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Khaytsus View Post
    Would it be possible to split the list into separate groups based on output? I dunno, "Highest Possible" and "Highest Runtime" maybe? Or just "Cree/Seuol" and "5mm" or such?

    I think some of those are just groups of 5mm, but some of them are very bright modern LEDs.

    Sorting by output would be nice too, but probably harder to do.
    I think organizing according to input would be better. (ie. 2 cells, 4 cells, 2-6 cells, etc), or by voltage ranges (ie. 3v, 3-12, etc)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Khaytsus View Post
    Would it be possible to split the list into separate groups based on output? I dunno, "Highest Possible" and "Highest Runtime" maybe? Or just "Cree/Seuol" and "5mm" or such?

    I think some of those are just groups of 5mm, but some of them are very bright modern LEDs.

    Sorting by output would be nice too, but probably harder to do.
    OK, good idea, i'll make a list, sorting them accordingly.
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    Good reference thread, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by john2551 View Post
    OK, good idea, i'll make a list, sorting them accordingly.
    Nice!! Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by john2551 View Post
    OK, good idea, i'll make a list, sorting them accordingly.
    This list is getting Nice!

    So would the TerraLux be the brightest of the bunch?
    "Terralux TLE-1F / 2v-9v / 2-6 / 2-7 / 1 watt Luxeon"
    (50 lumens according to TerraLUX specs)

    I noticed they're $14.95 @ BatteryJunction..

    TLE-1F (standard flange base)
    http://www.batteryjunction.com/tle-1f.html

    TLE-1S (screw base)
    http://www.batteryjunction.com/tle-1s.html


    2-6 cell and 2v-9v voltage sounds pretty Versatile! Apparently fully regulated?


    Anybody know how these TerraLux perform with 2xAA ?

    How does brightness compare to SMJLEDs ?

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    Default Re: all LED PR flange drop-in bulbs.....?

    batterystation sells a CREE 1W 2cell bulb that's PR flanged base, I got 2, don't know who makes them, 1 works fine in my cheap (free gift) plastic 2AA light, the other only works in the other cheap (also free) plastic 2C light, it barely lit in a 2AA.
    the bulb is available on their CPF special page, $5, not bad for a little conversion for cheap hosts.

    http://www.batterystation.com/cpf2.htm

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    Default Re: all LED PR flange drop-in bulbs.....?

    Quote Originally Posted by Marduke View Post
    I think organizing according to input would be better. (ie. 2 cells, 4 cells, 2-6 cells, etc), or by voltage ranges (ie. 3v, 3-12, etc)
    Done!
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