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  • posted byltomsik on 05/12/2015

    Note: I've glued it with thermal grace to the frying pan (just for test), since I was still waiting for proper cooler and it got hot even on 50W so fast, that I've fried about 1/3 of the LEDs on the chip. Cons: I'm missing suitable DC-DC converter for powering this mighty LED in the dx.com offer

    Impression:Great price;

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  • posted byandloin on 05/09/2015

    Pros: Very cheap considering the output and lumen produced. Cons: The way the polarity is marked is somewhat confusing but easy to figure out with a multimeter. First unit only had 6-7 working emitters, second had 60-70% working. Third worked to 100%, at least for now. Other: At 33V you'll need... Read more

    Impression:Great price,DOA;

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  • posted by1112320 on 12/08/2014

    Pros: Very bright led that produces confusing amount of light @100w. Cons: I don't like the color rendering on this led for general room lighting. Something just seems bit of. Other: Be very careful not to look directly at the light or it very well might ruin your eyesight for good. Significant I... Read more

    Impression:Too Bright;

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  • posted bybfelten on 10/16/2014

    Pros: Incredibly bright light. And very efficient -- at 25W (25V, 1A) it just gets warm without a heatsink. At 100W it's enough with a small (15C/W or so) heatsink. Easy to mount (I used pop rivets -- the 3.4mm mounting holes are just perfect for that) solder and connect. Cons: None that I can I... Read more

    Impression:Absolutely amazing;

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  • posted byepsalmond on 08/02/2013

    Holy god, this is bright. You seriously cannot look at it at all. I've already blown a power supply on this thing and it handles being overdriven for a few seconds well. Make sure you get a heatsink mounted to the back plate if you want to run it for more than a second or two. I'm possibly going... Read more

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