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  • posted bylyonn on 07/16/2010

    - side emission properties make it great for use with incandescent lamp type flashlights - very bright and efficient - small and compact - great build quality - quite durable - very easy to use - price could be lower I am using these to rebuild an emergency light that uses 2 vehicular type shallow depth large reflector assemblies. I removed the incadescent ... Read more

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  • posted byZdenekJi on 05/14/2010

    This item finally makes it affordable to upgrade your plain battery-operated lamp. The plastic head reflects light to the sides to the reflector it is intended for. I decided to order a faux base made on a lathe out of aluminum. Then I fixed the LED onto it so that it produced a compatible krypton-like bulb. For use with a single Li-Ion cell, a 1ohm/... Read more

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  • posted byl4dzk on 04/11/2010

    Very bright, bought a batch of 20 and they all work. I am using it for landscaping lights and I am very happy with the brightness. Didn't come with heatsink, but for the price I guess you ask for much. Since it is so small, the +/- leads are hard to distinguish except, if I remember right, the + has a hole in it. It didn't come with instruction so you ... Read more

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  • posted bykingnelo on 05/17/2009

    -Nice emitter for a really competitive Price! -Anode is marked by Hole in the soldering Pad. The Glue of the Lens and the Lens itself are not very heat resistant. The Diameter of the Base is a litte bit to big for some applications. Soldering them on Cree Stars (SKU 04512)is a bit tricky because the Diameter of the Emitter Base is a little bit to big.... Read more

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  • posted bybuilder on 07/12/2008

    "Batwing" radiation pattern makes it much easier to retro-fit into existing incan reflectors. The optics redirect twice the light output to the sides, onto the parabolic reflector, instead of 'spraying' it out the front. You need to add your own "nickel" or "quarter" heat-sink. The substrate plate on 9 of the 10 I got were ... Read more

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