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P60vn Light Engines

Skylumen

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  • These are light engines for P60 Hosts only
  • Must wrap drop in tightly before inserting in host
  • High drain switch such as FS54 required
  • DriverVN4
  • Unprotected High Drains such as VTC5A or LG 3500mAh required for Quads & Triples
  • LG 3500mAh or 10A or less cell only for Singles
  • Working voltage 2.5-6V
  • 2*CR123A are OK for EMERGENCY on lower modes only!
  • Copper LED MCPCB solder bonded to brass pill in reflector P60vn
  • Tint are very subjective so find your favorite ;-)
  • Triples run a bit cooler than Quads
  • Other LEDs available upon request
  • Throw Rank: Good, Great, Greater, Excellent, Best
  • Textured/OP reflector available upon request
  • Email me at [email protected]


Spec 1: Triple Samsung 5000K, Bright pleasant neutral $100
Spec 2: Triple Samsung HCRI 4000K, Bright pleasant warm $100
Spec 3: Triple 219C 5000K, Bright neutral good throw $100
Spec 4: Triple 219C 4000K, Bright warm good throw $100
Spec 5: Triple XPL HI 6500K, Bright cool white great throw $100
Spec 6: Triple XPL HI 5000K, Bright neutral with great throw $100
Spec 7: Triple XPL HI 4000K, Bright warm great throw $100
Spec 8: Quad Samsung 5000K, Brightest pleasant neutral $125
Spec 9: Quad Samsung HCRI 4000K, Brightest pleasant warm $125
Spec 10: Quad 219C 5000K, Brightest neutral good throw 2450 Lumen, 22Kcd, 300m Throw $125
Spec 11: Quad 219C 4000K, Brightest warm good throw 2450 Lumen, 22Kcd, 300m Throw $125
Spec 12: Quad XPL HI 6500K, Brightest cool white great throw 3000 Lumen, 28Kcd, 335m Throw $125
Spec 13: Quad XPL HI 5000K, Brightest neutral great throw $125
Spec 14: Quad XPL HI 4000K, Brightest warm great throw $125
Spec 15: Quad MULE Samsung 4000K 90+ HCRI, Brightest wall of light ~3000 Lumen $135
Spec 16: Smooth reflector + Oslon 6500K, Cool white best throw 600 Lumen, 85Kcd, 583m Throw $115
Spec 17: Smooth reflector + SST40 SD 6500K, Cool white excellent throw 1400 Lumen, 40Kcd, 400m Throw $90
Spec 18: Smooth reflector + SST40 HD 6500K, Cool white large hot spot greater throw 1600 Lumen $80
Spec 19: Smooth reflector + Samsung 4000K 90+ HCRI, Pleasant warm good throw 1000Lumen, 18Kcd, 268m Throw $80
Spec 20: Smooth reflector + Samsung 5000K, Pleasant neutral good throw 1000Lumen, 18Kcd, 268m Throw $80
Spec 21: Smooth reflector + XPL HI 5000K, Cool white greater throw $80
Spec 22: Smooth reflector + XPL HI 4000K, Warm white greater throw $80
Spec 23: Smooth reflector Nichia 219c 5000K, Neutral good throw $80
Spec 24: Smooth reflector Nichia 219c 4000K, Warm good throw $80
Spec 25: Smooth reflector Nichia 219b 5000K, Neutral HCRI $80
Spec 26: Smooth reflector XPE2 Red Thrower $80
Spec 27: Smooth reflector XPE2 Blue Thrower $80
Spec 28: Smooth reflector XPE2 Green Thrower $80

















 
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vadimax

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Umm... Why do 5000°K Samsungs miss HCRI in their specification? And where to find 219B vs 219C vs Samsung beam tint comparison? :)
 
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id30209

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I believe every emitter which goes above 4000k loose CRI numbers. Not only with Samsung... But i gotta tell you, 351 puts 219 to a shame, tint wise.
 

Skylumen

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I believe every emitter which goes above 4000k loose CRI numbers. Not only with Samsung... But i gotta tell you, 351 puts 219 to a shame, tint wise.

This 351 4000K LED tint is an odd one. I find it brilliant in some light and yellow in some. But basically optics does better than reflector. Tint is much better at higher output too. Tint is a funny thing. After using this 4000K samsung for a while 5000K XHP35 HI looks pink which I didnt see before. Then again Cree does have a bigger tint lottery then others.
 

tallyram

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I'm looking to replace a couple of drop ins from another vendor here. Both of them make a high pitched noise when on low or medium. I'm hoping that the DriverVN4 is silent like most commercial lights I've owned. I really want to revive the two hosts I've had for years, just want them to be silent. So, do these drop ins make noise?
 

id30209

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I'm looking to replace a couple of drop ins from another vendor here. Both of them make a high pitched noise when on low or medium. I'm hoping that the DriverVN4 is silent like most commercial lights I've owned. I really want to revive the two hosts I've had for years, just want them to be silent. So, do these drop ins make noise?

I have 351D VN4. I can hear my blood rushes through my veins... that's how loud it is.
 

Skylumen

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I'm looking to replace a couple of drop ins from another vendor here. Both of them make a high pitched noise when on low or medium. I'm hoping that the DriverVN4 is silent like most commercial lights I've owned. I really want to revive the two hosts I've had for years, just want them to be silent. So, do these drop ins make noise?

No noise
 

dotCPF

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P60vn Lil Vortex! Can't wait for mine, how are people having theirs built?

Figured I'd maybe revive this thread since you've updated your P60s entirely recently. New layout is much more friendly on the eyes and also somehow less confusing. I have a few P60vns and I love them. They can bring any old-school P60/ D26 based light and bring it right up to tip top modern performance. I need a W2 quad I think at some point as well, maybe XP-L.

Currently have an LH351D 4000K SMO CuHS (in an OR Z70), Triple Osram Square HCRI in a C2vn (one of my favorite lights ever!), White 1.1 SMO CuHS in a Solarforce L2M, and a Osram Square HCRI OP CuHS in an L2T stainless.

All 4 of these lights are incredibly distinct in my collection, they all get a lot of use which is impressive because I am spoiled for choice. The P60 is a great light system overall but the P60vn really brings it to a new level and at the same time, sets a very high bar.
 
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I'm really interested in a cheapish host (50$ or less) that can take full advantage of the 10k lumens of the LilVortex P60vn... that would be a budget friendly (relatively speaking, 200$ is still not cheap) package deal of around 200$ shipped with the smallest head to output ratio on the market yet...!?
 

Patriot

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I'm really interested in a cheapish host (50$ or less) that can take full advantage of the 10k lumens of the LilVortex P60vn... that would be a budget friendly (relatively speaking, 200$ is still not cheap) package deal of around 200$ shipped with the smallest head to output ratio on the market yet...!?

I think something like a Ultrafire 502B host would get you to where you wanted to be, with shipping and everything included.
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neutralwhite

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what is the Triple Osram Square HCRI ?

P60vn Lil Vortex! Can't wait for mine, how are people having theirs built?

Figured I'd maybe revive this thread since you've updated your P60s entirely recently. New layout is much more friendly on the eyes and also somehow less confusing. I have a few P60vns and I love them. They can bring any old-school P60/ D26 based light and bring it right up to tip top modern performance. I need a W2 quad I think at some point as well, maybe XP-L.

Currently have an LH351D 4000K SMO CuHS (in an OR Z70), Triple Osram Square HCRI in a C2vn (one of my favorite lights ever!), White 1.1 SMO CuHS in a Solarforce L2M, and a Osram Square HCRI OP CuHS in an L2T stainless.

All 4 of these lights are incredibly distinct in my collection, they all get a lot of use which is impressive because I am spoiled for choice. The P60 is a great light system overall but the P60vn really brings it to a new level and at the same time, sets a very high bar.
 
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