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    Default Re: Thor X10 Mod - 3Power 1000W Spotlight - UDATED FET/Components +Beamshots Added

    Quote Originally Posted by petrev View Post
    p.s. Any news on the JM-SSR ? ? ?
    Not to go too far off topic, but nothing in a few weeks. I've been inundated by family stuff, playing catch-up at work, etc. I am getting more time in the shop, so that's next up.

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    Party Re: Thor X10 Mod - 3Power 1000W Spotlight - UDATED FET/Components +Beamshots Added

    Your big 1000 watt spotlight helped inspire me to work on the 24 inch and 50 inch Monster Searchlights. Thanks for the inspiration. Keep up the good work!

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    Default Re: Thor X10 Mod - 3Power 1000W Spotlight - UDATED FET/Components +Beamshots Added

    Quote Originally Posted by LightSward View Post
    Your big 1000 watt spotlight helped inspire me to work on the 24 inch and 50 inch Monster Searchlights. Thanks for the inspiration. Keep up the good work!
    Hi LightSward

    Thanks mate

    Just checked your new 50 inch thread . . .



    Mighty impressive work there - brilliant will probably be a good adjective to use !

    Love the mould making and all the hard work researching and designing the profiles etc.

    Can't wait for the finished item and beamshots to rival the old WW2 searchlights . . .

    Cheers
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    Default Re: Thor X10 Mod - 3Power 1000W Spotlight - UDATED FET/Components +Beamshots Added

    Nice shots! The most of the body of the flashlight seems to shine...
    This kind of lanterns is available at very low price at different stores.
    Does anyone know how many lumens the cheap original light will put out?

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    Default Re: Thor X10 Mod - 3Power 1000W Spotlight - UDATED FET/Components +Beamshots Added

    Wow 1000w and 20000 lum its really powerfull

    and only 44$ the bulb

    its powered with 28v at 35amp?

    edit: ok its powered with 10xa123, 33v
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    custom flashlights:2 x MTE sf-15 SST-90@10amp,,romisen rc-g2 q5bin ez900chip aspherical and sku7882 @2.75 amp 18000 lux@1m, tiablo collimator with q5 ez900 chip @2.95 amp 72000 lux@1m. pc: e8400/gtx 285

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    Default Re: Thor X10 Mod - 3Power 1000W Spotlight - UDATED FET/Components +Beamshots Added

    Hi All

    The yellow glow is just the tiny proportion of the light that escapes backwards though the edge and centre of the glass par lamp.

    10x A123 correct.

    Total FUN lamp.

    Cheers
    Pete

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    Thinking Re: Thor X10 Mod - 3Power 1000W Spotlight - UDATED FET/Components +Beamshots Added

    Quote Originally Posted by petrev View Post
    Hi All

    The yellow glow is just the tiny proportion of the light that escapes backwards though the edge and centre of the glass par lamp.

    10x A123 correct.

    Total FUN lamp.

    Cheers
    Pete

    That is what I figured. One of my lights does similar.

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    Default Re: Thor X10 Mod - 3Power 1000W Spotlight - UDATED FET/Components +Beamshots Added

    This might be a stupid question, but why use a FET? Why not just a relay?

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