Pros: Easy to install and use.
Decent IR output. A good addition to an IR camera. Cons: Runs a bit hot. I have not used it for prolonged periods of time, but after 5 min, I can already feel the flashlight getting pretty warm.
It only has one mode.
You can see a dim red light when it is on. I guess you could filter that one out with an additiona... Read more
Pros: Cheaper and better than a xenonbulb and a 850nM filter.
When used with ONLY ONE 18650, the spilled heat reduces very much and the led gives enough IR to be usefull , especially with nightvision-equipment like gen 0-4. The throw can become much better by focussing the reflector (about a turn loosen the reflector from the driver and in opti... Read more
Pros: Increased range of Night vision when installed in a flashlight. Cons: would like the beam to be more focused, beam is wider than the field of view for most night vision scopes OtherThoughts: has held up fine to rifle recoil of a 30-30 Buy the rechargeable batteries and battery charger to save money, you will go through batteries if you ar... Read more
Pros: Solidly build IR module
Nicely finished, heavy and robust
Thick aluminium in case any heat dispersing is necessary Throws a lot of IR light (It's like turning on a powerful flashlight in front of your Nightvision Gen1) Cons: Slightly visible IR light, although it is visible when looking directly into the light, it does not seem to produce... Read more
Pros: This is an excellent product for its price. I dropped it into my UltraFire WF-501B torch and it worked fantastically. It gives off more light than the 12-led flashlight, and this fits to all wf-501 series lights. Good build quality, heavy enough to help with the heat management, fits well into suitable flashlights. Does not emit much of v... Read more
Pros: This is a good choice if you need to make lighting for nightvision cameras at long distances. Wide input voltage range allows to use a popular power adapters. Cons: The real power is approximately 2 W or a little less (8.4V, 0.24A; 6.5V, 0.3A; 5V, 0.37A). In continuous operation requires additional cooling. The beam has a significant irre... Read more
Pros: This is an excellent product for its price. I dropped it into my WF-502B torch and it worked fantastically. Coupled with my Sony Camcorder I can now see in the dark!!! 'It does what it says on the tin'!! Obviously it is not as bright as an infrared illuminator but for this price its fantastic. This is much better IMHO than the infrared fi... Read more
Pros: Easy drop-in for any P60 body, my UltraFire L2 didnt require the outer spring to be removed. Very high output, worked well with low end webcam's and some mobile phones. Comes with a smooth relector Cons: Not the greatest build quality, after a couple uses, one of the three emitters fail to light up. Also this emitter runs quite hot, so pr... Read more
Pros: I put this bulb in my surefire G2 to use my infrared rifle scope. It works very well and gives a much wider beam pattern than my old lamp which is on the rifle scope.
I ordered earlier, a similar lamp from Sweden, which cost about four times as much. I have compared these two lamps and can only conclude that it is exactly the same! Cons:... Read more
Pros: It gives off more light than the 12-led flashlight, and this fits to all wf-501 series lights. Voltage range allows me to use this in the WF-501D light with 2x 18650, giving me a nice amount of runtime. Cons: Some smudges and a tiny scratch at the reflector, but nothing that bad. OtherThoughts: Haven't tried this with a real IR-filter fre... Read more
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