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  • Simple and good

    posted by topgan

    Simple and effective as I don't like those with built-in battery. Bought one product with built-in battery and it bust into flame while charging. Like the simple thin pole and LED lights
    Base would be better if it is smaller. Such as semi circle so that the flat side can flush nicely next to my laptop.
    Good for general purpose for reading manual and table lighting. Not bright enough for reading books and long reading usage.
  • Great auxiliary light for motorcycles

    posted by hlpereira

    It's a very good light for a great price;I haven't installed it on my motorcycle yet, just tested with a alcaline 9V battery on the dark and it's amazing what 900lm can do for your safety;I'm buying a second piece to install on my bike;
    I feel like it's perfect for motorcycles with low power serve, as it only uses 10W. I still haven't measure how much amps it uses, but when I do I'll make a new review with video and pictures.
    By now, I recomend this light to everyone.
  • Arduino compatibility

    posted by firesign

    Bright RGB LEDsSimple hookupUser can control two pairs of LEDsFor Arduino use ShiftPWM library
    I was able to make this module work with Arduino using the ShiftPWM library from Elco Jacobs at http://www.elcojacobs.com/using-shiftpwm-to-control-rgb-leds-with-arduino/ . I only had one but I assume that the library will support daisy-chained modules. You will also need a robust 5v power supply, since the Arduino digital outputs don't have the required current to drive the module.
    If you don't mind experimenting a little, I think that this module is good value for the money.
  • Turns night into day, making camping and fishing a breeze

    posted by FatRatDan

    Easy to install & modify its potential uses. I have attached the light to a waterproof switch, and then attached an RCA adaptor, with intention of making the light portable, with the ability of having different power supplies. I have made a detachable mount on the back of my 4wd (which has the power source hard-wired into the car via a 2nd internal switch. I have made other power leads to attach to the RCA adaptor for various 12v power sources (cigarette adaptor, alligator clips & an input for a 12v transformer). The light detaches from my car and can be taking on the boat, or attached the a stand at the camp site and plugged into a power source. Great value, total outlay approx US$50.00 (for light, cables, switches & plugs).
    Thought I'd buy one of the cheaper work lights to try before forking out the big money on the bigger & brighter lights. This US$38.00, 660lm light passes with flying colours, I will be buying a bigger & brighter light soon.
    Likes exactly like the ones I see in retail shops, but literally half the price.
  • Very high quality

    posted by ibbleobble

    This a very solid, high quality light. The front is screwed in tightly, and there are two o rings, one to seal the front, and another to protect the lens from the glass. It is definitely a Cree XM-L, as seen in the photo. I measured the wattage at just over 9 watts, which is probably the maximum you could drive it in such a small package.The case gets hot in a warm, still room, but not too hot. It seems to have effective heat management, and the mounting is very secure. The wire is thick and well insulated.It is very bright.
    I'm not sure if the beam angle is really sixty degrees. It seems fairly narrow to me, but good for a motorbike light, or landscape lighting.
    I'm very pleased. I may put it on my scooter, or use it for outdoor lighting at my shop. I will probably buy more.

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