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    Default Re: XeVision Superpower "Ultra" 80 or 85 Watt (TBD)

    Sorry Dan, jumped on the post. My
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    Quote Originally Posted by karlthev View Post
    Sorry Dan, jumped on the post. My
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    I'm still dreaming of the LX50 with the 80W ultra upgrade and the fatboy bulb I wouldn't buy it, but maybe down the road...

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Driver View Post
    I'm still dreaming of the LX50 with the 80W ultra upgrade and the fatboy bulb I wouldn't buy it, but maybe down the road...
    I'm not so sure that was one of the possibilities "offered" by Dan,Driver. I'll have to check once I get to my computer later but I believe the "Ultra" was targeting the SP and possibly (?), the 70 series. Check some of the previous posts, I could be mistaken...

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    Quote Originally Posted by karlthev View Post
    I'm not so sure that was one of the possibilities "offered" by Dan,Driver. I'll have to check once I get to my computer later but I believe the "Ultra" was targeting the SP and possibly (?), the 70 series. Check some of the previous posts, I could be mistaken...

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Driver View Post
    Yes, it's not an option. I still want it though!
    Heh, heh, good show!!

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    I haven't posted anything about the BarnBurner-LX70 comparison due to bad, Bad, BAD weather conditions in my neck of the woods. So far (and hopefully the last of it!) the weather patterns have included a tornado and high damaging winds including heavy rains and thunderstorms. I'm not a "Chicken Little" however I don't want to be measuring latent body voltage following a lightening strike!! Talk about an illuminating experience!! I will get to this when the rain turns to clouds and then, may even screw the SP head back on for yet another subjective test!

    In the meantime, I understand another CPF member (who shall remaIn nameless for the moment) is in the process of eventually amassing two of these amazing lights----in addition to his (or is it her...?) SP70, an LX70!!!! Just who might this individual be you might ask? Will this person be able to provide us yet ANOTHER side-by-side comparison??!! "Only the Shadow knows"...

    Stay tuned for the next chapter......



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    Quote Originally Posted by karlthev View Post
    I'm not so sure that was one of the possibilities "offered" by Dan,Driver. I'll have to check once I get to my computer later but I believe the "Ultra" was targeting the SP and possibly (?), the 70 series. Check some of the previous posts, I could be mistaken...Karl
    Yes the 70 series would be upgradeable both the SP and Std. models. As for the 50, we would have to do some testing to see if the head can dissipate that much additional heat with an extended run. The fins have quite a bit less surface area than the Std. 70. Obviously the SP has an "overkill" of heatsink fin surface area.

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    Chomping at the bit...


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    Default Re: XeVision Superpower "Ultra" 80 or 85 Watt (TBD)

    will this still be two modes? and if so am i the only one wondering if the lower mode could be more in the 35-40w range?

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    Do you think the LX50 might better serve your needs for lower output....? That would much more closely provide you with the 35 watt output level you have have identified....as well as a higher 50 watt level should that ever be needed for your application.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tab665 View Post
    will this still be two modes? and if so am i the only one wondering if the lower mode could be more in the 35-40w range?
    ONLY 2 power levels that's 100% for sure. Not possible to be that low with 80 or 85 on the upper setting.
    In fact, the lower setting MIGHT have to even move up from 50 to 60 watts, with a high setting of 80 or 85, not sure of all the details just yet.

    I agree with Karl's comment if you want longer run times the 35/50 would make more sense for you.
    50 watts HID is still a lot of light from the high output setting over 5000 lumens.
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