From: Watson 'Atto Parsec' Name
Subject: Re: luxeon star leds
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Date: Mon, 25 Nov 2002 18:44:53 -0800
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> On 25 Nov 2002, Boris Mohar said:
> > BTW They have a special deal with Future-Active where you can buy one
> > LED from them so I ordered one to see if I can poke my eye out.
> > 1pcs of a LXHL-NW98 (Star/O) cost 17.38. $CDN
> I got a few, and they are impressive. The 1W emitter won't put an eye
> out, but the 5W just might. At $25 for over 300mW of light, the 5W
> device is a pretty impressive piece of technology.
I checked markhannahsurplus.com and he has the 5W Luxeons in stock. But he
wants $43 apiece for them. Where do you get them for $25? In quantities
of more than one?
I just got thru building another flashlight with a 1W LXHL-NW98 white one.
BTW, what's the part number for the 5W equivalent to this?
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