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    Default More LEP version options for Acebeam W10


    Acebeam W10 using unique Laser Excited Phosphor (LEP) light source generates a tight, far-throwing beam with no hot spot,
    now you have color temperature, and high CRI version options





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    Last edited by acebeam; 12-13-2018 at 01:00 AM.

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    Default Re: More LEP version options for Acebeam W10

    What is the CRI of the other two?
    I think it's about 60 right?

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    Default Re: More LEP version options for Acebeam W10

    Quote Originally Posted by Enderman View Post
    What is the CRI of the other two?
    I think it's about 60 right?
    the CRI for 6500k and 5000k is 65

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    Default Re: More LEP version options for Acebeam W10

    Quote Originally Posted by acebeam View Post
    the CRI for 6500k and 5000k is 65
    Thanks I was very close!

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    Default Re: More LEP version options for Acebeam W10

    @acebeam

    The review by user @.ro.ma shows an increase in efficiency exceeding 50% when runtime testing is done under a fan for this light.
    link to review: http://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/...-W10-LEP-Light
    link to specific runtime graph: https://images2.imgbox.com/f5/34/mnN0cO7O_o.jpg

    This indicates a heat buildup resulting in a large drop in both output and efficiency.
    I assume heat management is more difficult in a LEP design because you need to cool both the phosphor and the laser diode.

    Does the current light feature a temperature-control system?
    Will there be a version with improved heatsinking? I assume that would allow a higher output level.

    Will you offer a more pocket-friendly steel bezel as an option?
    happens

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