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July 14, 2010

Super High Power LED – PT54 Phlatlight

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Most of us have used high power LEDs in our projects. It’s getting quite common to see 1 Amp LEDs used for lighting applications. Even though when you normally think about LEDs you envision something that is cool to the tough these high current models need heat sinking to keep their die temperatures at bay. Our friend Carl from Sweden has been doing some experiments with a super high power LED that normally lives inside a Casio projector, it is knows as the PT54 Phlatlight. How much current does this pull you ask, a whopping 8 plus amps! Yes, this is the same Carl who normally works with lasers, seems like he is branching off into LEDs now…



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9 Responses to “Super High Power LED – PT54 Phlatlight”

  1. Almost_There Says:

    I’m gon’na replace by Break Lights with a pair of those! :)

  2. Jeremy Says:

    Stop or burn sucka! lol

  3. Muris Says:

    This thing is more a laser than LED :)

  4. Daniel Says:

    I have 4 of these for sale should anyone wants to buy some…
    (mail *at* danielbriggs.co.uk)

  5. The Steven Says:

    I don’t know about you, but I see potential as a variable color temperature headlight for my Motorcycle.

  6. Milli Says:

    Burrning plastic and ESD foam indoors :P, can’t be healthy

  7. Jonathan Says:

    Quite some people are using the SST-90 (also from Luminus) @ 10A. Quite some power :)

  8. Chris Says:

    impressive.
    remember: if you boost an led with enough current and cool it well at the same time you will have a laser! i’m not saying that 8A is sufficent, but it’s worth a try if you can get your hands on dry ice or liquid nitrogen…. :D

  9. Greg Zeng Says:

    Imitating thee People’s army of Communist China. So much flattery. Reported decades ago, that the commos have these military eye-cooking weapons (Popular Machanics perhaps.

    Wonder how you protect your eyes from the glare — welder’s goggles, triple-filtered?

    Retired (medical) IT Consultant
    Australian Capital Territory

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