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    We have actually found that the BBW's actually...

    We have actually found that the BBW's actually work better than the royal blues. The Fluorescin dye has a peak excitation wavelength of 495nm, whereas the Cree royal blue is 465nm, The shade is...
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    That's correct.

    That's correct.
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    It's not just the Cree's being tested here, its...

    It's not just the Cree's being tested here, its also the new star. Direct thermal path to the heatsink will hopefully help with thermal runaway and eliminate issues with false swings generated on...
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    Red: CREE XPE-2 80.6 Rebel...

    Red: CREE XPE-2 80.6 Rebel 60

    Green: CREE XPE-2 122 Rebel 100

    Blue: CREE XPE-2 45.7 Rebel 40

    White: CREE XPE-2 142 ...
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    We've been mixing true orange for years. You CAN...

    We've been mixing true orange for years. You CAN get great shades of orange mixing R and G. Put a 1ohm 2W on the RED, and a 3ohm 1W on the green and bam! Orange.

    ...
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    Also, extra soundbanks :)

    Also, extra soundbanks :)
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    If you're getting random swings over a certain...

    If you're getting random swings over a certain current level on PC3 with CeX, on the main driver but not the CeX driver, then I would start looking for a short. Either at the LED or at the board. Or,...
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    Just as an aside, anytime an NB/CS/or Prizm gives...

    Just as an aside, anytime an NB/CS/or Prizm gives you random swings, it's almost ALWAYS a battery/power issue. Either the LED is drawing too much (resistor needed), or you're using a poorly charged...
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    I'm working on scribing the written version....

    I'm working on scribing the written version. Time, is what is missing :D
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    Long ago, in the before time, I was educated...

    Long ago, in the before time, I was educated personally by the ERV' to not cross pollinate the two. It's one of the earliest gospels of W.O.E (Word of Erv') :)
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    Switches have a separate 'signal' ground. Do not...

    Switches have a separate 'signal' ground. Do not connect anything that needs current to the signal ground, nor is it good to connect switch grounds to main power grounds. Two types of grounds on...
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    A 2x14670 pack (if you're having to go side by...

    A 2x14670 pack (if you're having to go side by side), would be WAY better. If you can fit a stick pack, a 17500 or 18500 would be prime.
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    Nice. I would upgrade your battery pack though....

    Nice. I would upgrade your battery pack though. 14500's aren't going to let you optimally drive that LED nor are they going to last very long.
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    Uh.....hmm......Suuurrrree. Yep. :D

    Uh.....hmm......Suuurrrree. Yep. :D
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    Well well well, my namesake nemesis come back...

    Well well well, my namesake nemesis come back from the depths of the outer rim. :D Welcome home! A lot indeed has changed, and advanced beyond where things were 4 years ago.
  16. As SS said, the 0602 is just easier to work with...

    As SS said, the 0602 is just easier to work with by hand, and has no impact on functionality. Yes, those pics are of my work. The one chassis is just that, a chassis with a crystal holder piece on...
  17. You 'can' use the wire itself for the accent LEDs...

    You 'can' use the wire itself for the accent LEDs to bridge the pads on the CF thus eliminating the need to use SMD resistors and instead use inline resistors. It works fine. My comment about hating...
  18. You reference Goodman a lot. I can tell you, from...

    You reference Goodman a lot. I can tell you, from personal experience as I had almost every single one of his creations come through my hands, he was unique. He had an eye for fitting things and...
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    There's this new thing....called "Spackle". It is...

    There's this new thing....called "Spackle". It is an amazing invention for filling tiny screw holes in walls ;)
  20. We also did these back in 2009/2010: ...

    We also did these back in 2009/2010: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s51DILIlkuI&list=UUzBHSQ52cgBC733_MMabXuw They work great, and we use them for our custom builds.
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    Yes, the XPE2s are what I was referring to. Super...

    Yes, the XPE2s are what I was referring to. Super bright and power efficient.
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    Cree reds are better than the Rebels and the...

    Cree reds are better than the Rebels and the LUXIIIs.
  23. Lets not go that far. Darth Obi Don, I have done...

    Lets not go that far. Darth Obi Don, I have done many of these, and it takes making or adapting a heatsink/optics holder to your needs. There have been MANY of these conversions done and you can see...
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    They will 'snap' into a 13/64" hole. Sometimes,...

    They will 'snap' into a 13/64" hole. Sometimes, they're a hair loose and some Gorilla glue around the neck takes right care of that. As said, do NOT try turning them once they're in place or they'll...
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    If the smith used the correct methods your pack...

    If the smith used the correct methods your pack should have a protection PCB wired to them that keeps them from discharging too much (cuts power off) or over charging. You should never be able to...
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