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    Ultra High CRI AAA option, JetU E21a, and JetU Solis, post your beamshots

    I know pictures can only be used as TINT comparison at best, even this is truly dependent on your screen (mostly still use RGB LEDs). But to me it's FAR BETTER than verbal comparison. I posted that picture to help people decide before buying anything from my store. FYI, all pictures were shot...
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    NEW Nichia emitters NV4W144AR/AM

    :rolleyes:
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    NEW Nichia emitters NV4W144AR/AM

    Check your PM
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    NEW Nichia emitters NV4W144AR/AM

    It is ;)
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    NEW Nichia emitters NV4W144AR/AM

    How does 5700K Ra9050 differs in real life: My budget ambient lights: 6 x 1 watt Cree XT-E 3000K 80 CRI !! Armytek Prime Pro C2: 1 x 10 watt Cree XP-L 6200K 70 CRI !! Bare emitter: 1 x 12 watt Nichia NV4W144R 5700K Ra9050 !!
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    What voltage and CCT would you like for Nichia NV4x144Ax

    Update: more preliminary output test by Djozz
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    NEW Nichia emitters NV4W144AR/AM

    Very soon, there will be some "Budgetroniclights" distributor in US and EU ;). Should be ready by late November
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    Armytek Predator Pro V3 XPH35 Hi Pics and Beamshots

    Definitely floodier with approximately the same throw as the XPLHI version - judging by the pictures. The XPLHI version has slightly brighter and smaller hotspot compared to the Dobermann. - Clemence -
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    TEST: Armytek Wizard Pro XPL HD Warm - How HOT Can It Be?

    It's not that hot, I could still quickly touch it. No, of course not, the thermal step down system is in the driver board or near it, dunno exactly. No thermocouple attached to the LED's MCPCB. I guess AT use temperature reading from the headlamp upper body (connected by the thermally conductive...
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    TEST: Armytek Wizard Pro XPL HD Warm - How HOT Can It Be?

    Depends on the person who handle/touch it. I have no problem touching it (when I turned it off and on), but grabbing it is another story. But most women,kids, and babies with naturally thinner skin (compared to most of us CPF-ers who can handle hot wires when soldering) will find it TOO HOT. I...
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    Wizard / Wizard Pro. Multi-flashlights.

    Just FYI: http://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/showthread.php?424655-TEST-Armytek-Wizard-Pro-XPL-HD-Warm-How-HOT-Can-It-Be&p=4984148#post4984148
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    TEST: Armytek Wizard Pro XPL HD Warm - How HOT Can It Be?

    I recently tested several returned headlamps from my customers for warranty claims, mostly driver related problems. I had a chance to thermal test one which functions OK, but has a bulging button problem. Because some people still wondering if the thermal protection is there or not. Here's the...
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    What voltage and CCT would you like for Nichia NV4x144Ax

    Re: Nichia NV4 voltage and colour polling FYI, the polling will close on 31st December 2016. So, keep on voting =)
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    Yuji LEDS - nobody?

    I posted a topic about it too. Highly interested if not for the price and the too low output.
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    What voltage and CCT would you like for Nichia NV4x144Ax

    Re: Nichia NV4 voltage and colour polling OK guys, it's good to vote now. Thanks for your input
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