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    Default anyone seen or heard of ledengin?

    i came across this the other day and was amazed by the light output
    http://www.ledengin.com/products/emitters#LZP\

    anyone think its possible to squeeze into a d maglite? where would we get small enough drivers?

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    Default Re: anyone seen or heard of ledengin?

    Minium Vf is 19.2 volt, you may have problems with battery configurations.

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    Default Re: anyone seen or heard of ledengin?

    ^ Nice.

    Quote Originally Posted by burro breath View Post
    i came across this the other day and was amazed by the light output
    http://www.ledengin.com/products/emitters#LZP\
    ...Could you be more specific?

    Didn't find ~40 lm/w @ 1000mA and a case temp of 75°C to be that amazing, myself...

    Quote Originally Posted by burro breath View Post
    anyone think its possible to squeeze into a d maglite? where would we get small enough drivers?
    Now that's funny!


    Who knows, maybe you could fry an egg on it before it fails.


    Roger

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    Default Re: anyone seen or heard of ledengin?

    1. Optical Characteristics @ TC = 25°C - only valid for lab testing

    2. Too much power, way to much heat to manage.

    3. LED does not react well to heat, see page 11 of the datasheet for cold white.

    Not impressed at all..

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    Default Re: anyone seen or heard of ledengin?

    They aren't quite robust as the leading Cree competition, but if you need a true 365nm UV led, they're about the only ones available and affordable.

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