P60 sized led drop-ins (part 3)

Ksepticon

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Back on the hunt for an LED 2 or 3 mode Solarforce L2 / P60 drop in. High/Strobe if its a 2 mode, High/Low/Strobe or High/Med/Strobe if a 3 mode. Can be with or without memory function. I absolutely do not want a 5 mode.
So far I have only been able to find two options with those features, an Amazon unbranded $10 cheapo with no reviews, and a $200+ programmable one. Ideally I'd like to find one at a more mid range price, definitely under $100 and preferably closer to $40~$60.
 

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Hello, I searched the forums and could not find any answer: looking for replacement glass gasket or o-ring for a P60 host. I was an idiot and ruined a perfectly good one today and can't find one available anywhere. TIA

--Sebis
 

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Ksepticon, maybe consider Lumens Factory.
A package from them is like getting a small treasure..💡



Unfortunately Lumens Factory drop-ins do not have strobe which is a shame. I currently have the single mode triple with Nichia 319A Neutral White (4000K 80-CRI) and the single mirror finish with Nichia 319B Cool White (5700K). I like them so much I ordered two new variations yesterday.
 

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Hello, I searched the forums and could not find any answer: looking for replacement glass gasket or o-ring for a P60 host. I was an idiot and ruined a perfectly good one today and can't find one available anywhere. TIA

--Sebis
Hi do you need the rubber O ring, or the little threaded collar that holds the lens in?
 

michaex

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Does anyone other than Malkoff offer low'ish power, 4000k hi-cri drop-in's, something in the ballpark of 100-200 lumens?
 

Chicken Drumstick

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Hi Buck.
Please explain.
if you don't want mode memory ~ (and prior to the new V2 just introduced) stick with a 1-level P60 module.
otherwise, the 2-level circuit is pretty basic ~ it simply remembers the last level used.
ie it becomes a 1-level if you never actually change the output level.
(problem is we forget what level was used, unless you consistently/primarily only use one of the levels). ;)

Cheers
Tod
Mode memory is the devils spawn....!
 

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