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Pics of my Superflux dome light

Superflux LEDs are awesome...
that's all I have to say.

Here's the New superflux LED dome light, a friend of mine made me.
12 of them are soldered to a tiny PCB.

Install time: 90 Seconds
Life-time: 100,000 hours or more.
Lumens: Way too many.











Superflux LED clusters, that Fit into the bulb holder can be found on ebay.
But they will not be as bright as this one, since those use like 2 or 4 superflux leds, not 12.

This custom dome light slides right underneath the bulb holder, and stays secured. 2 wire hookup to the bulb holder takes like only a few seconds, to make this such an easy install.
 

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It looks UV in the pic, but its florescent? How do you like it? How did you get 12 inside it?
 

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I'm almost afriad of how strong those lights are... might go blind...

Would you think this guy might be willing to produce a few more :) maybe in red
 

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So this took one 3ohms resistance per each led right, so the investment was 12 leds plus 12 resistences, a pcb board ans some led wire right?? where did you get the single leds?
 

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This is what it looks like.
nscool2 said:
It looks UV in the pic, but its florescent? How do you like it? How did you get 12 inside it?
I love it, way better than normal LEDs... It's very much like a flourescent light, as far as color, and lumens. The color is much more intense than a white Cold Cathode, which is more pale, or off-white.

dannybohhy said:
I'm almost afriad of how strong those lights are... might go blind...

Would you think this guy might be willing to produce a few more :) maybe in red
Perhaps, if there's enough interest... I can see about having more made.
So this took one 3ohms resistance per each led right, so the investment was 12 leds plus 12 resistences, a pcb board ans some led wire right?? where did you get the single leds?
I'll ask my friend where he got them from. But you can find a shop using google.

Example:
http://www.phenoptix.co.uk/Superflux_LEDs_s/35.htm

I can get PCB for free, so perhaps I can make some more.
 
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