Huge LED with 3 chains of 3 LEDs each. Needs about 10-11.5V to power it to it's 1A max. With the manufacturer-rated 70lm/W not the latest tech, but pretty good price. You might wanna look into Cree XM-L aswel, although that one will need a 3A driver. Light temperature is cool, but not very blue - between bluish white and neutral I would say. Spill is ... Read more
The "next level" lightsource for designers, inventors and for other development. The light seems pure white in all directions. Can not replace Cree's on stars without altering several things but that makes it for other applications maybe more suitable. The 11V 1000mA and the better dissipation og the nine chips is better than single 3W chips technique ... Read more
* Easy to mount * Soldering wires to the leads was much easier than soldering to metal core PCB * Thermal impedance seems to be fairly low, which means that light output should degrade slowly * Unknown manufacturer and no datasheet * Optics (lens, reflector) are not readily available, if you wish to focus the light beam * Wide beam - almost 180 degrees ... Read more
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