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  • 100W led projector

    Any thoughts on a setup like this:

    100W led chip (they are supposed to produce 7ooo - 9ooo Lm)
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    + reflector+lens
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    Plus some coper heat sink etc

    running these as auxularry high beam and somehow limiting foreground light

  • #2
    Doesn't sound like too bad of an idea, IMO. I like the idea of having an outrageously bright light to illuminate what's ahead of you. Doubt​ however that's DOT approved... lol

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    • #3
      looks like there's no beam control at all
      2013 Jeep JK Wrangler - 4.10, Eaton e-locker. Sealed7, Hella Micro-DE
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      Mini H1 in 7" housing

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      • #4
        Is this like a real thing or eBay thing? Like really produced? Just curious
        AAAAAAAAAAA

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        • #5
          I would use it if it had a cutoff... for fogs, as I have no room for real fog projectors anymore.

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          • #6
            it is an ebay item , but I see lot of projects with it for ilimunating diferent things, If i find it cheaply enough on some auction I will invest and try if light can be aimed in any way.

            @K.Trazy, any retrofit isn't dot aproved until you test it. only when OEM installed in a car.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by MilosB View Post
              it is an ebay item , but I see lot of projects with it for ilimunating diferent things, If i find it cheaply enough on some auction I will invest and try if light can be aimed in any way.

              @K.Trazy, any retrofit isn't dot aproved until you test it. only when OEM installed in a car.
              link?

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              • #8
                Not bad for $11.

                And 100w here.
                2012 Camry SE RX-350/STI-R Build Thread

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                • #9
                  I couldn't imagine how much heat that chip must produce.
                  Originally posted by Bitter
                  They're literally flying canoes with boxer engines packed full of Molotov cocktails that rely on tampons and $10 screws to stay in the air and not kill you.

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                  • #10
                    ^^ thats why I plan on using coper heat sink with massive static colling or active colling with a fan (outside of housing offcorse) or to be mounted as a fog light and use air from moving of the car (actually i prefer to have working fog lights that work in fog as here, fog is not uncommon) and I don't know how effective, these would be for such,

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                    • #11
                      yeah... heat is main factor, beam pattern, and driving it. The forward voltage is probably above 12v. So, boost driver.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by MilosB View Post
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                        the lens is way to close to focus the light, space that out a few inches and i can see it actually making a ridiculously focused high beam.
                        Octa projectors, eight OEM bulbs, ~30,000lm , and 169 degrees of driving heaven!

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                        • #13
                          it is a 36V so yes, a boost driver, but for tests I have a PSU that is capable of at least 400W at 36V

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                          • #14
                            I would be interested to see how this works as a high beam of something (off-road lighting). Problem is that the "chip" is so huge that you can't really use reflectors with it well.

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                            • #15
                              in for intensity

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