- Diy 900 lumen and 1800 lumen kits
Troutie, sounds like a good plan. Particularly interested in a nice little single. Happy to test up here….
Silly idea……900 kit ability to be fitted into a Lumi halogen housing?
FYI, I have a lumi HID can too….with a choice of 2 ‘robust’ machined heatsinks. Expect a parcel soon….
S’laterPosted 7 years ago
This is what they will most likely look like
they will be workable from the off but the builder may want to do some finishing work IE rounding off the corners and stuff like that .
the build will be pretty easy if you can solder and drill holes with a certain degree of accuracy .
of course there will be full instructions
ball park figures are
single diy light 900 lumens £75/£80
double a tad more
single will run from 1 LiIon or multiples in parallel
double will need a 7.4 volt pack
or with a more expensive driver the double can use any voltage up to 20v but no lower than 7.4 v
all drivers will have programmable modes at the click of the buttonPosted 7 years agoLuminousMember
Good Stuff 🙂 good to see plenty of light builders stepping up to “the plate“.
This may help too.
😉Posted 7 years ago
I really enjoyed building the CK/Trout light so would definately be interested in both of these. Couple of quick questions, is the housing just flat or grooved and do you have any beam shots
the housing will be grooved it needs to be for the extra cooling if run at full throttle .
more pics to follow
beam shots will be along soonPosted 7 years ago
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