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    Default Soul Semi Conductor LED?

    What ever happened to SSC LED's? They were used commonly with lots of SF lights and was at one point, used in CPF. Since the XPG came out, I don't remember much talk about Soul anymore. I thought their P7 was pretty cool.

    Is anyone even using these LED anymore?

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    I believe most do not use the p7 anymore because there are more efficient/powerful leds out there now.

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    Default Re: Soul Semi Conductor LED?

    I have a feeling SSC discontinued the P7
    I was looking for the datasheet awhile ago and I can't find it, which I thought was odd... because I've always been able to find it when I need to cross reference a part number or a bin color.

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    Default Re: Soul Semi Conductor LED?

    There's the P4. It's a very common emitter found in SF lights. Now they've been replaced by XPG and XPE in most SF lights.

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    The P7 was a multi-die emitter like the MC-E. Those fell out of favor once the higher-binned XP-Gs and especially the XM-Ls came out since they're kinda bulky and tough to focus compared to single-die LEDs. Also, they were superseded in efficiency.

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    Default Re: Soul Semi Conductor LED?

    I still have a few that I plan on using. Still for sale online and on ebay. Good luck finding the good SSC P7 bins. Seoul never did come out with better bins of P7. Once the XML came out, the P7 faded away.

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