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    M25C2vn.50 + DriverVN2 + XHP50.2 6500K HD J4 1A
    Lumen: 3400
    Lux: 135K
    Throw: 735m


    SR95UTvn50.2 + DriverVNX2 + XHP50.2 6500K HD J4 1A
    Lumen: 4200
    Lux: 300K
    Throw: 1095m

    TN32UTvn50.2 + DriverVNX2 + XHP50.2 6500K HD J4 1A
    Lumen: 3900
    Lux: 200K
    Throw: 8904m


    MX25L4Cvn50.2 + DriverVNX2 + 4*XHP50.2 6500K HD J4 1A
    Lumen:
    Lux:
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    TK47vn50.2 + DriverVNX2 + XHP50.2 6500K HD J4 1A
    Lumen: 4300
    Lux: 150
    Throw: 775m

    RC40vn50.2 + DriverVNX2 + 6*XHP50.2 6500K HD J4 1A
    Lumen:
    Lux:
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    RC40vn70.2 + DriverVNX2 + 6*XHP70.2 6500K
    Lumen:
    Lux:
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    K60vn70.2 XHP70.2 CW 6500K
    Lumen: 6000
    Lux: 200K
    Throw: 894m

    X45vn DriverVNX2 + 4*XHP70.2 CW 6500K
    Lumen: 21,000
    Lux: 110K
    Throw: 663m

    TK75vn DriverVNX2 + 4*XHP50.2 CW 6500K
    Lumen: 13,000
    Lux: 200K
    Throw: 894m

    TK75vn DriverVNX2 + 4*XHP70.2 CW 6500K
    Lumen: 18,000
    Lux: 165K
    Throw: 812m

    EC50vn V2 XHP70.2 CW 6500K
    Lumen: 4000
    Lux: 27K
    Throw: 329m

    Sky Lumen 2 + DriverVN2 + XHP70.2 6500K
    Lumen:
    Lux:
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    X65vn100 + DriverVNX2 + 28*XHP70.2
    Lumen:
    Lux:
    Throw:


    Last edited by vinhnguyen54; 05-09-2017 at 04:17 PM.
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    Alright! some love inspired work from the mighty Vinh! I have a feeling that his "tension"(from not having his lady close by) might lead to some big breakthroughs in the Sky Lumen realm!
    Go man Go!

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    WOW Impressive LED. IS dedome Possible ???
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    Default Re: XHP50.2 WOW

    I'll be interested to know the numbers on this MX25L4Cvn50.2 + DriverVNX2 + 4*XHP50.2 6500K HD. Also the 5500K SD version for w21.

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    Excellent work vinh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vinhnguyen54 View Post
    TN32UTvn50.2 + DriverVNX2 + XHP50.2 6500K HD J4 1A
    Lumen: 3900
    Lux: 200K
    Throw: 8904m


    MX25L4Cvn50.2 + DriverVNX2 + 4*XHP50.2 6500K HD J4 1A
    Lumen:
    Lux:
    Throw:

    TK75vn50.2 + DriverVNX2 + 4*XHP50.2 6500K HD J4 1A
    Lumen:
    Lux:
    Throw:
    You may test those two lights not... As far as Thrunite uses some alien technology most likely. Pay attention to the throw number Reminds me WW2 anti-aircraft searchlights...
    Last edited by vadimax; 03-30-2017 at 08:46 AM.

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    Default Re: XHP50.2 WOW

    slap one into a SR52 and take my money!!!

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    What are the advantages of using this led vs Xhp70?

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    Dedomed in a P60 module please
    ~4000K

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    Quote Originally Posted by b8llzblue View Post
    What are the advantages of using this led vs Xhp70?
    The XHP50 is a smaller emitter with greater surface brightness- so it throws better.
    This new 2nd generation XHP50 gets a bump in output and is why everyone is excited.

    I'm sure the 2nd gen 70 will be cool too.

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    Awesome. Also interested in possible dedome??
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    Would this work in the MK35?

    i know you've not said anything about modding that light yet, but I live in hope, I have one of your U21's and I love the manker build, combined with your mod and QC, and a MK35vn would pretty much complete my collection..



    ...for now.

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    Default Re: XHP50.2 WOW

    whats the % bump from the old 50 ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by psychbeat View Post
    Dedomed in a P60 module please
    ~4000K
    I like how you think . I'm in!!

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    All TK47vn and other XHP50 lights will now received XHP50.2. Expect noticeably more lumen and throw!
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    Default Re: XHP50.2 WOW

    looking at crees website, am i only seeing another 100 or so lumens over the old xhp50?

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    I believe the dies are closer in together too? Is the entire dome now the yellow phosphor instead of clear? If that were the case then dedoming would result in a very blue light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vinhnguyen54 View Post
    All TK47vn and other XHP50 lights will now received XHP50.2. Expect noticeably more lumen and throw!
    I must order another R50vn asap.... and whatever else that has a 50 in it.

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    Default Re: XHP50.2 WOW

    Quote Originally Posted by hahoo View Post
    looking at crees website, am i only seeing another 100 or so lumens over the old xhp50?
    Vinh said it was noticeable so that's good enough for me.


    Quote Originally Posted by twistedraven View Post
    I believe the dies are closer in together too? Is the entire dome now the yellow phosphor instead of clear? If that were the case then dedoming would result in a very blue light.
    That's not good. Unless it's cerakote blue then that's ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wimmer21 View Post
    Vinh said it was noticeable so that's good enough for me.




    That's not good. Unless it's cerakote blue then that's ok.
    I noticed that

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    Default Re: XHP50.2 WOW

    if im not mistaking the biggest gain in the 50.2 and 70.2 is the dies being closer together. they can be in a smooth reflector no prolemo. TN42 with a 50.2 or 70.2 here we come!

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    Default Re: XHP50.2 WOW

    from cree.....

    xhp 50 - up to 2546 lm @ 19 w

    xhp 50.2 - Up to 2654 lm @ 18 w

    extra 108 lumens looks like
    so thats roughly a 4% increase
    you would think they could of done better than that
    like at least close to 3000 lumens
    sorry if i rained in the parade

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    Quote Originally Posted by wimmer21 View Post
    Vinh said it was noticeable so that's good enough for me.




    That's not good. Unless it's cerakote blue then that's ok.

    XHP50.2 is much easier to overdrive thus much larger gain. I think it has to do with the lower 5.6V VS 5.75V forward voltage!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by hahoo View Post
    from cree.....

    xhp 50 - up to 2546 lm @ 19 w

    xhp 50.2 - Up to 2654 lm @ 18 w

    extra 108 lumens looks like
    so thats roughly a 4% increase
    you would think they could of done better than that
    like at least close to 3000 lumens
    sorry if i rained in the parade
    2546/19= 134 lumen per watt
    2654/18= 147.44 lumen per watt

    Thats 10% more efficient
    on top of that you add a lower forward voltage of 5.6V for the XHP50.2 VS the 5.75V for the XHP50 (2.7% less potential difference needed to drive them electrons) and you have a CLEAR WINNER
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    Quote Originally Posted by vinhnguyen54 View Post
    2546/19= 134 lumen per watt
    2654/18= 147.44 lumen per watt

    Thats 10% more efficient
    on top of that you add a lower forward voltage of 5.6V for the XHP50.2 VS the 5.75V for the XHP50 (2.7% less potential difference needed to drive them electrons) and you have a CLEAR WINNER

    cool deal, now that makes more sense

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    Quote Originally Posted by vinhnguyen54 View Post
    2546/19= 134 lumen per watt
    2654/18= 147.44 lumen per watt

    Thats 10% more efficient
    on top of that you add a lower forward voltage of 5.6V for the XHP50.2 VS the 5.75V for the XHP50 (2.7% less potential difference needed to drive them electrons) and you have a CLEAR WINNER
    Yeah, what he said!
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    worth the time to try in a tn42?
    any ideas what the throw would be?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hahoo View Post
    cool deal, now that makes more sense
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    Quote Originally Posted by wimmer21 View Post
    I must order another R50vn asap.... and whatever else that has a 50 in it.
    You have a point. So would an r50vn xhp50.2 make more lumens and throw than the r50vn xhp70?
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    Quote Originally Posted by vinhnguyen54 View Post
    M25C2vn.50 + DriverVN2 + XHP50.2 6500K HD J4 1A
    Lumen: 3400
    Lux: 135K
    Throw: 735m


    SR95UTvn50.2 + DriverVNX2 + XHP50.2 6500K HD J4 1A
    Lumen: 4200
    Lux: 300K
    Throw: 1095m

    TN32UTvn50.2 + DriverVNX2 + XHP50.2 6500K HD J4 1A
    Lumen: 3900
    Lux: 200K
    Throw: 8904m


    MX25L4Cvn50.2 + DriverVNX2 + 4*XHP50.2 6500K HD J4 1A
    Lumen:
    Lux:
    Throw:

    TK75vn50.2 + DriverVNX2 + 4*XHP50.2 6500K HD J4 1A
    Lumen:
    Lux:
    Throw:


    Patiently waiting for the numbers on the last two. I would love to see the Eagtac get close to 200K lux, but that might be hoping for too much.
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