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  • Excellent product at a very reasonable price (and great quality too!!!)

    posted by ZR3

    One of the biggest pros of this LED is its price to value ratio, I guess. It is one of THE best products of its range in the DX catalog I'd have to say! Hands down, really! Although I don't want to be excessively detailed its worth mentioning that the LED came excellently packaged in (what looked to be) a small but very convenient anti-static plastic zip bag. First out-of-the-bag impression was very positive - the quality and craftsmanship of the whole module itself is very impressive; the finish is neat and precise to even the smallest details such as the polarity markings of the LED. Coming to the operation of the LED now I'd like to say that it worked perfectly fine and the colour temperature is a nice shade of warm daylight (like that of late afternoon copper-yellow to put it descriptively :) ) and is sufficiently bright (as is expected from a 10W LED).
    I powered my LED using SKU 164916 - a waterproof LED driver from DX. Excellent product regarding general lighting, for use in projects and for hobbies. Get more if you'd like as these greatly increases brightness (adding them up in parallel, as everyone would put it). Oh and I used SKU 8944 and SKU 37514 for cooling (can't help but smile due to the fact that I'm using SKU 8944 for cooling - well I guess it does the job done :D ).
    I'd sure say that this is a solid product and that I highly recommend it for those looking for a powerful LED because it is of a good make and the price is, how should I put it, simply AWESOME!
  • Unbeatable price

    posted by brainzilla2

    They are warm-white and true 10W LEDs.So far I drive one of them in chain with two cold-white ones and the resulting light is pretty much an optimal balance between cold and warm.Light output checks out as far as I can tell by looking at it compared to the 3x cold-white setup.
    LED-lighting your home is getting interesting.Hope decent, dimable drivers will get cheaper and better soon.
    If you want warm LED-power or shift you cold 10W-array a bit get these.
  • 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 :-)
  • 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
  • Useful LED set

    posted by fuliautomatixNZ

    Very bright, probably around the same as a 30W bulb. There is no lens on the LED so the light is spread in a wide beam.
    The LED obviously requires some soldering, it is very easy to solder as the terminals are thin and easy to heat, I used the 9W led driver board to ensure I don't cook the LED. http://www.dx.com/p/9w-3-led-power-drivers-for-mr16-lamp-light-12v-5-pack-66274
    Its all good.

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