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Quite good around 20W light power
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  • posted bydlandelle on 12/17/2015

    Pros : Small size of the LED emiter, usefull in combination with the reflector, useless without reflector. Low voltage, allowing the use on only 2S power supply. It is easier to charge 2 LIPO's pack (3 wires). Also, does not need step-up generally needed for high power LEDs. (Step-up with current... Read more

    Impression:Quite good, around 20W light power;

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  • posted byNoQueue on 10/02/2013

    Bright LED that suits perfect to the SST-90 reflector. Bought 4 pcs, all fitted with SST-90 reflector. Now mounted on my car for use on non-public roads. Too bright for use in the public. These 4 pcs LED outshines most strong HID auxilary lights. A little variation in color temperature. Three of... Read more

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  • posted byomega777 on 01/21/2013

    good led, easy to wire up easy to solder to small size base acts as a basic heat sink is not 2300 lumen, closer to 900 heats up pretty quick a heat sink with this led is a must ive been running mine in a rechargable maglite with standard D cell batteries, this means the led is taking 4.5v and is... Read more

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  • posted byklx01 on 10/07/2012

    Up to the present time is the lightest portable led overall for l flashlights ! There are super bright lights such as: MSC-360 = 6000 LM-80W./12V_3200mA.........CBM = 4000LM-90W/14V_6300mA ..........CST-90 = 2700LM-50W/3.7 V_ 13.5 Ah, but unfortunately these LEDs are not used in flashlights. I've... Read more

    super sst 90 SUPER STRONG LED – SST-90 SUPER STRONG LED – SST-90

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  • posted bytheperfectlight on 02/10/2011

    There is no brighter LED light emitting source for the size on the market today. You can drive at ten amps (I make my won PWM ballasts) providing you use the straight wmitter soldered to a silver heat sink. Next use the DX three inch diameter aspheric lense, six 18650's (2 in parallel X 3 in and... Read more

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  • posted byLateeh on 12/23/2010

    - Cheap - Solid - Didn`t generate too much heat. (5*r2 generates more) - Takes only 22W with the dx driver - Compared to other light claimed @ 1200l this is much dimmer. I was going to use this in my led projector, but the 1200lumen (5*r2) is much brighter! So im a bit disapointed to this... The... Read more

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