Here's one at Mouser:i want to try one of the Blue Phlat lights (i keep on reading them as FAT LIGHTS lol) to see if it will ursup the Blue laser in the projector and gimme a good image.
if anyone has a link to them please let me know k?
GTID material? are you referencing the phosphor wheel? just so we are on the same page im planning on using this in a Ca*io xj-a140,2xx projector.Here's one at Mouser:
I'm thinking that it will make GITD material glow...
GITD (glow in the dark) material...GTID material? are you referencing the phosphor wheel? just so we are on the same page im planning on using this in a Ca*io xj-a140,2xx projector.
any info is greatly appreciated
You mean to combine all three to get white?iv jsut ordered my green LED iv already got the red and at some point i want the blue
is it any good as a white light torch or is it not worth it because of size and focusing of the led's ?
Received my green PT-54 today and its safe to say its bright and energy hungry 4.6v @ 8 amps :drool:Yet another Phlatlight mod!
The voltage demand (per the data sheet) for the green PT-54 is 4.9 vs 2.6 for the red. (I measured 4.3 for the Green PT-54, and 2.2 for the red)
My battery current draw on this Green PT-54 build is 6.7 Amps vs 3.8 Amps for the Red PT-54. And of course that means it gets warmer too...
First post shows one way to have it be focus-able...found an easy way to solder to these contacts just now: i had real trouble soldering to the contacts : most probily because my soldering iron is only 18W (used them in school and like it as its small) not the 60w thats been said on here i managed to get the negative wire on ( F knows how its just stuck like superglue) but couldnt get the positive on to save its life so i thought to ignore the gold coating and put 2 divits with a 2.4mm drill bit into the positive terminal to get to the rich copper underneath , filled the divets with solder and tinned the wire and its all bonded perfectly first time
p.s. i need to fit a lens and iv got no clue how im going to do that somthing adjustable would be good maybe fit the lens in a bracket and use a screw to focus either way i have no lath and minimal tools