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  • Very strong light - 100 emitters

    posted by yarash

    Very strong light, the specifications say it hasOnly one emitter, but it actually has 100 of themEach peace has on each side the (+\-) so it is very easy to solder a few peaces in a row.Very good build quality
    It is not obvious to me that if i buy an LED That i need to add more equipment other than just powering it.
    Very high quality, but needs some way to cool it down
  • Ideal for your DIY project

    posted by ale.hirata

    The product came very well packed. The build quality is very good, there is no burrs of the injected plastic and even the aluminum plate. The bright of the light is very high, I don´t have any equipment to mesure the lumens but I believe that is just like the announces said.
    if you are looking for powerfull LED - this is right choice ! It´s very powerfull and economic.
    I like it very much.
  • Strong white light in very thin heatsink

    posted by jumato

    Surprisingly strong light with some 12v. Thinness gives you lot of applications for example directly to wall (try to hide the wires). It does not heat up. The 6500K color is bright white. Good "wow" effect. Tiny holes in the heat sink for small nails/screws for mounting.
    Seems to be sensitive to the voltage: below 9v doesn't lit up at al, with 10 v looks nice with all the "cells" separately visible (wow effect), and with about 12v it is just bright white band. Playing with voltage you can get the desired impact.No long term experience about quality, but at least now all cells work. As the heat sink is sturdy, I dont expect any issues.There is another 3W version with 40% cheaper but some 70% less lumens. Now I would like to try that too for comparison.
    If you need a thin, wide, bright white (6500K), cool (temp) and cool (wow) light and can keep a small solder in your hands, go for it! If more people buy this, maybe price goes down :-)
  • Perfect for ceiling lighting

    posted by TechJunkie2

    Nice very bright light output and nice colour temperature. Leaning very slightly towards yellow it emitts a light similar to that of an incadesant light bulb. I have installed it inside a ceiling light that I purchased from Ikea (2.99). After stripping out the electrics the LED disc could be perfectly seated/Glued with themal paste) onto the metal structure of the light housing. This along with a 15w constant current regulator SKU186293 (Glued in place with epoxy putty) provided a perfect replacent for a 60w incandescent light bulb. It's been running for 3 months now with no over heating problems (Just the light housing to disapate heat) and provide enough light to fill my large bedroom.
    perfect replacement for incandescent light bulb.
    This is a high poered array of LED's housed on the same substrate. It gives of a lot of light (not to be looked at directly) and requires diffusion. Get this if you know what your doing and are handy with a soldering iron. You won't be disapointed
  • Worth its money but not the best

    posted by emzi01

    Really Cheap. Does its work - produces light.
    Needs very effective cooling. It might be reasonable to buy more expensive emitters to have less trouble with heating
    Buy if you know how to deal with heat they emit. Suggested current for these LEDs is 700mA, but I do not recommend to run them at this load.

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