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Welcome and Introductions / Forum back up 2017 Nice!
« on: March 01, 2017, 10:38:01 AM »
Glad to see her back online!

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OMNI LIGHTING by Lips / Fire Foxes Lights * USA Dealer Distributer *
« on: March 02, 2013, 10:27:08 AM »
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Fire-Foxes IV (24-40-60 watt switchable)
 
HID SEARCHLIGHT / TORCH



CONTACT ME DIRECTLY TO PURCHASE AT: firefoxes@comcast.net

Units in Stock ready for immediate shipping:  FF4 Searchlight - Extra Battery Carriers


Information Thread:
http://flashlight-forums.com/index.php?topic=13795.0





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USA Prices:
Priority Shipping = $269  to conus
 
Paypal address listed under my user name (click name) (Price is for each light)
PLEASE LIST YOUR FORUM USER NAME IN PAYPAL COMMENTS SO I CAN MATCH UP
All Domestic and International lights get free lens cover with Fire-Foxes FF4 Label


International Prices: Anywhere
First Class = $269
Priority = $285
Exp M I = $294

Paypal address listed under my user name (click name)  (Price is for each light)
PLEASE LIST YOUR FORUM USER NAME IN PAYPAL COMMENTS SO I CAN MATCH UP
All Domestic and International lights get free lens cover with Fire-Foxes FF4 Label


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                                    FFIII                                         FFIV

Watts                          42w                                         20w  40w  60w

Lumens                       4000+                                     2600  4000+  6000+

Length                        149mm                                    155mm

Head Diameter             70mm                                     75mm

Body Diameter             49mm                                     49mm

Weight
                         420g                                          -





Price = around FF III  (No obligation so feel free to join the list!)
- 4300K >2500 hr
- 6000 + Lumens on Super High
- Smooth Reflector
- UV Filter Lens
- Size and Weight approx FF3
- HA III Anodizing
- Low 24w  High 40w  Super High 60w
- Thermal Protection (kicks down to 24w)
- IPX7 IP67
- Protected battery carrier
- Safety Lock Out

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Fire-Foxes IV (24-40-60 watt switchable)
 
HID For Sale Searchlight   *    Fire Fox IV 4  *  FF4





Units in Stock ready for immediate shipping
:  FF4 Searchlight - Extra Battery Carriers
YOU CAN CONTACT ME DIRECTLY TO PURCHASE AT:     FireFoxes@comcast.net




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USA Prices:
Priority Shipping = $269  to conus
 
Paypal address listed under my user name (click name) (Price is for each light)
PLEASE LIST YOUR FORUM USER NAME IN PAYPAL COMMENTS SO I CAN MATCH UP
All Domestic and International lights get free lens cover with Fire-Foxes FF4 Label




International Prices: Anywhere
First Class = $269
Priority = $285
Exp M I = $294

Paypal address listed under my user name (click name)  (Price is for each light)
PLEASE LIST YOUR FORUM USER NAME IN PAYPAL COMMENTS SO I CAN MATCH UP
All Domestic and International lights get free lens cover with Fire-Foxes FF4 Label


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Beam Shots and Photos throughout this post!









LINKS:


CPF Review

http://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/showthread.php?362251-Fire-Foxes-FF4-amp-FF3-HID-Reviews



BLF Shootout done by rdrfronty
http://budgetlightforum.com/node/23875


rdrfronty Test
Low(24wt) - 2900 lumens
Med(40wt) - 5225 lumens
High(60wt) - 7010 lumens
Throw(from 15m) - 430k


Fibo  German member at Taschenlampen-forum Beamshot Review

http://www.taschenlampen-forum.de/beamshot-vergleiche/25883-ff3-ff4-ph50-rrt3.html



Short Videos

[yt=425,350]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=USsaS_V9gCs[/yt]


[yt=425,350]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TMMU6VJf4nQ[/yt]


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Inexpensive 18650 Batteries
   Panasonic NCR18650B Unprotected Flat-top Rechargeable Batteries  SKU 1141100

Ref by kiely23
2x Panasonic 3400mAH for $14.79  incl. shipping !
http://www.fasttech.com/products/0/10001980/1141100-panasonic-ncr18650b-rechargeable-3400mah-37v-18650

mhemling33 referred code BLF for extra 5% off at Fasttech    :thumbup:
You have to view your shopping cart to see this. If you go right to checkout it wont appear.

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Toppe posted these on CPF and interesting to look at: Labsphere FS2 of FF III vs Polarion PH40

FF III
http://koti.mbnet.fi/gixer/HID/FF3_LabsphereFS2.png

Polarion PH40
http://koti.mbnet.fi/gixer/HID/PH40_LabsphereFS2.png




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AKU photos:






























































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FF3 vs FF4

























Double O-Rings on FF4























Thinker metal on head FF4





Fire Foxes FF4 and Polarion size comparison:

























Infrared Barrel and Lens Test
No Light gets out of any of the cracks where screws on:





760nm Filter so you see red glow. Bump to a 950 and you are covert...











This is a dive lanyard I use on my Polarion and FF4. Picked it out and Polarion like it so much they started selling them with their units as an accessory. Has some potential tactical uses and you can limit the light hitting the ground if you drop it or stop it from going in the water if on a boat. Working on getting a few of these for a FF4 Kit Light.




Quick attach to belt or loop, Quick detach to allow extended coil use, quick detach from light, Anti drop to surface that is adjustable for your height...



































                                    FFIII                                         FFIV

Watts                          42w                                         20w  40w  60w

Lumens                       4000+                                     2600  4000+  6000+

Length                        149mm                                    155mm

Head Diameter             70mm                                     75mm

Body Diameter             49mm                                     49mm

Weight
                         420g                                          -





    FF 4
- 4300K >2500 hr
- 6000 + Lumens on Super High
- Smooth Reflector
- UV Filter Lens
- Size and Weight approx FF3
- HA III Anodizing
- Low 24w  High 40w  Super High 60w
- Thermal Protection (kicks down to 24w)
- IPX7 IP67
- Protected battery carrier
- Safety Lock Out


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Beamshots

Full manual settings: iso200-.5sec-F2.8


I'm up on a big levee looking down in a valley. Deer laying all around...
1st set about 125 yards to tree
2nd set about 60 yards to building


Lights in shoot
Zebralight sc31, Led Zeplin Mod 7 x xre with 3 aspherical, FF3, FF4











Led Zeplin 7 x xre





FF3 40w





FF4 24w





FF4 40w





FF4 60w





2nd shoot:



Led Zeplin 7 x xre





Zebralight XPG with rcr123  I could see it with my eyes but!





FF3 40w





FF4 24w





FF4 40w





FF4 60w









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Gladius - Deft (carbon) - FF3 - FF4



















Gladius






Deft (carbon)






FF3 40w






FF4 24w







FF4 40w








FF4 60w










Fire Foxes FF3       2012 Older Version Light Below









    Fire-Foxes II    vs    Fire-Foxes III



Few pics BVH took of FFIII vs Magic Fire




Fire Foxes III LOP vs Magic Fire Smooth





AKU (very good photographer)






AKU




AKU





Fire-Foxes II vs Fire-Foxes I vs Fire-Foxes III





AKU     FFIII vs FFII vs Microfire Warrior 35w vs Olight X6





Reference pic for size for those that don't have a FFIII
Iphone 4s so not very good pics  :'(





N30, Polarion PH50, Bud Light, FFIII, Polarion Clone, Rayzorlight, Rayzorbeam, Mule





















N30, FFIII, Polarion PH50







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Clone $65   Green Laser  Comes with pressure switch, takes 2 cr123 (I ran it with 2 RCR123) Made of ABS Plastic




Steamlight $250 (The Real Deal!)







I ordered a copy of the TLR-2 from China in Green Laser (which is hard to find in 2012) for $65 shipped. The streamlight cost $250 +  My older, red laser version was around $150.  The clone light was suppose to be an incandescent (the reason I bought it) but the shipped light was a LED (pretty bright too). The Green laser is very bright. Unfortunately after about 10 seconds it dims down because enclosure around laser is plastic instead of metal... Heat build-up reduces the laser power... Lesson = Get what you pay for  :-[

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FYI  :D


I bought this Clone Laser / Light for a Semi Auto BB Machine gun at $130  Umarex EBOS


Lots of Fun for a Semi Old Man of 47!  I played Paint Ball 10 years ago on a team so I'm ready for action! You can hook this up to CO2 bottles or use HPA (High Pressure Air) for cheap shooting thrills!




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Fire-Foxes III  40 watt HID " Mini Edition " Searchlight - Spotlight - Torch   Fire Fox III 3
GROUP BUY

You must be a member of FF or CPF before 05/25/12 to qualify
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    *   20 Units (Landed USA!) and now lighting up the world!




$279.95
Shipping and Handling $15
Conus
Payment with Personal Check or Money Order or Paypal + 3%

Europe and other I'll have to work out shipping cost and method
For now post your interest and I'll put you on the list!


Interest List:

1. LIPS     PAID SHIPPED        :blinking:
2. BVH        PAID SHIPPED         
3. mvyrmnd  PAID SHIPPED EMS
4. Reserved   SOLD
5. LarryK      PAID SHIPPED
6. LuxLuthor  PAID SHIPPED
7. Thatspec    PAID SHIPPED
8. Colonel Sanders  PAID SHIPPED
9. Kiely23    PAID SHIPPED
10 Phil Ament   PAIED SHIPPED EMS
11 rjr104     PAID SHIPPED
12 jmpaul320   PAID SHIPPED
13 Windstrings    PAID SHIPPED
14 walterr839    PAID SHIPPPED
15 Jayrob    PAID SHIPPED
16 SMA   PAID SHIPPED EMS
17 Tx101  PAID SHIPPED
18 Walterr839  PAID SHIPPED
19 Amaretto   PAID SHIPPED
20 hjelpestikker  PAID SHIPPED



http://www.fire-foxes.com/common.asp?class=2&type=5



Thermal Protection automatically reduces power from 42 watts to 24 watts when high temp reached. Testing with Panasonic 3100 mah batteries you get around 8 min before thermal protection kicks power down to 24 watts. You get around 65 min start to finish full run-time on Panasonic 3100 mah cells.



















   Bulb is proprietary although I will have extra bulbs and ballast on hand.  Notice return wire goes through reflector.






    Fire-Foxes II    vs    Fire-Foxes III


















Custom battery rack so user can change the batteries of your choice. Protected for short-circuit, reverse polarity, over discharge with low voltage indicator.
   


























Few pics BVH took of FFIII vs Magic Fire






















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Looks like a new light comming for 2010

Searchlight Tiawan - Henlin Optronics - Segewa 

35 - 100 watt dual output HID based on same frame as their other lights. (I imagine the 100 watt is power consumption and not to the bulb, getting up there to the max though!


2010 We will develope the search light with maximum beam range to 2km (SL-35100) expect the completion of the product in July (I guess they are a little late!)
2010R & D SLD-20 dive light , SL-1525, is expected to make experimental products during the first half , second half of the development of SL-35100.


http://www.search-light.tw/search_e/about.php


We are able to develop specific products (OEM and ODM) for your company's requirement.
Mainly producing HID lights, we can also design and develop your own products, even manufacture them for you. Our company devotes itself to becoming a prestigious company which has the greatest potentialities in the world searchlight field.
Quality guaranteed:
All of our products have passed a series of stringent tests. Our ballasts have received American & European safety-standard approvals.
Quality warranty:
All of our products are guaranteed for one year.

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FOR SALE:



Both in excellent condition


POLARION IS SOLD

Polarion PH-40 and Yellow Jacket HID (Dual Stage Output 35 – 65 watts)
                                                              Power Consumption Watts



Polarion PH-40 Battery upgraded to Sanyo 2600 mah batteries by Lux Luthor  ( 1 hour and 41 minutes runtime test )

                                  Yellow Jacket has 12 amp hour Lipo Battery & two output level ballast (green switch)



Both Units $1,750  Shipped (Conus) with Signature and Insurance
Paypal (add 3%) or Certified Bank Check
Now $1449 For Both Units
SPLIT PRICES ($1199 For Polarion or $250 For Yellow Jacket HID)

1st I take it with Payment arrangements gets it.




1 Case for Polarion and power chargers for both units included…





[SIZE=4 pt]Yellow Jacket Shoot-out Threads, See it in action[/SIZE]

http://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/showthread.php?t=199730

http://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/showthread.php?t=198645














































Yellow Jacket Run Times: Dual-Output Ballast


35 Watt  =   4 hours   22 minutes   
65 Watt  =   2 hours   29 minutes   


















































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BVH BLITZ (Latest Version)


44 watts on LOW and 84 Watts on HIGH  (+- 1 That's to the Bulb)
Blower Fan Cooled with Water Resistant Vents
12 amp hour LiPo battery (protected) with charging port (inexpensive charger) and water resistant plug.


Links to Beamshots and Info:

HERE
HERE
HERE





More info later!






9 inch Reflector (These things are expensive now...)









Exit Air Vent for Fan Blower and Charging Port and Dual Stage Switch













Trigger sets On & Off with Rocker Switch setting output level










Notice the Vent Intakes!











Modified Dual Output Finned Ballast with 12 amp hour Lipo
( That Modified Ballast can put out 120 watts to the bulb  :violent5: Bye Bye Bulb! )










BVH does nice and clean work!
Single Throw - Double Pole Switch STDP for HIGH and LOW Output LEVELS, Charging Port on the side
(Cheap charger plugs in and does all the work, no setting anything)

Metal Reinforced Top LID, Blower Motor clears the air in the ballast/battery chamber














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LED Mods / Zebralight SC30
« on: March 02, 2010, 05:50:25 AM »


Zebralight SC30




Coudn't stand it any longer!  Ordered a SC30 nuetral white XP-E flashlight.



The user interface reminds me of Mr. Bulk lights... Love the side button feature...


Anybody have one of these yet. I think I saw BraddaBill has one?

























$59 shipped
http://www.zebralight.com/SC30w-Flashlight-Neutral-White_p_19.html#


LED: Cree XP-E Neutral White (color temperature 4000-4300 K)
Light Output
High:    161 Lumens (0.9 hrs)  or    87 Lumens (2 hrs)
Medium: 32 Lumens (12 hrs)   or    17 Lumens (23 hrs)
Low:      3.2 Lumens (3.7 days) or  0.3 Lumens (21 days)


L1 = Low Low
L2 = Low
L3 = Low Medium
L4 = Medium
L5 = Medium High
L6 = High

Light output are out the front (OTF) values. Runtime tests are done using Panasonic CR123A lithium batteries. Runtimes are usually much shorter with rechargeable RCR123 (16340) batteries, especially with protected 16340s that have higher discharge cut off voltage.

Battery: One CR123A lithium primary or RCR123 Li-ion rechargeable. Batteries are not included in the package.
Battery Shelf Life: Over 3 years under parasitic drain
Beam Type

76° spill beam spread
8.6° (3 feet at 20 feet) hot spot
Dimensions
Diameter: 0.85 inch (22 mm)
Length:    2.60 inch (67 mm)
Weight
1.1 oz (30.5 gram) with clip, without battery or headband

Features
Electronic soft-touch switch, with a 200,000 cycle operating life
Smart user interface provides fast and easy access to all brightness levels
Precision machined casing from premium grade Alcoa aluminum bar stock
Proprietary heat sinking design bonds the LED metal core board directly to the uni-body aluminum casing, providing unblocked thermal paths to over 92% of the surface area.
Durable natural hard anodized finish (Type III Class I)
SCHOTT ultra clear lens with anti-reflection coatings on both sides
Bezel down clip (pre-installed)
Can be used as a headlamp with the included headband (clip can remain installed when the light is on the headband)
Orange peel textured reflector
Anti-roll and tail-stand capable
Battery power can be locked out by slightly unscewing the tailcap to prevent the unwanted activations
Waterproof to IPX8


Operations

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From Off
Short click turns on the light to High instantly. Click again quickly to cycle from High to Medium, and Low.
Press and hold to cycle through Low, Medium and High, release to set.
When On
Short click turns off the light.
Press and hold to cycle from Low to High, release to set. The light always cycle from Low to High regardless which level you are currently in.
Double click at any level to toggle and select between the two sub-levels for that level. All selections are memorized after the light is turned off and through battery changes.










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This is the Cached post for HID guys that wanted to look at the product for reference... I have no idea who posted it...





It's DIY works of a fans.

Frist, How small it is?




























A to C (To bulding, actual distance is 200m)










B to C (To bulding, Actual distance is 500)









Basic spec

Output: 3500lm
Ballast: 35W
Lamp color temperature: 5500K
Weight: 420g w/o battery
Size: 186mm(l) x 44mm(d) x 70mm(top)
Body: Aerospace-Grade Aluminum 6061
Run time: 40minute(Sanyo 2600mah 18650x3)

Soon, Improved apperance









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HID Lights / Finned Ballast - Dual Stage, High Power with Reastat Controll
« on: December 08, 2009, 08:17:32 AM »



Finned Ballast - Dual Stage, High Power with Reastat Controll






Very nice looking ballast with heavy fins for heat controll with high heat operating temp capable



Power consuption is listed at 120 watts so this ballast should be around 35 watts to bulb on low side and 85 to 95 watts to bulb on high side. This particular model below has a reastat installed for infinite controll of output between low and high outputs...     :thumbup:




Finned ballast with smaller version of the Maximus/Mule/Barracuda Ballast along with a 1.5 Mag, PH-50 Polarion and a 12 ah Lipo Battery






Reastat controll









































































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HID Lights / New 28 w - 55 w HID Spotlight
« on: November 15, 2009, 12:03:26 AM »



New 28w - 55w HID Spotlight with SOS flashing feature





28w to 55w selectable output with  MCU controlled and power-output adjustable.

Durable - Water Proof - Reliable - Diving Grade

Uses high quality Lithium-ion battery.

 (4.5 ah @ 12v    or   

6ah @ 12v    or 7.2 ah @ 12v

4300 to 6000k bulb choice










Also can be ordered in:       10w to 32 watt
                                      21w to 35 watt
                                      28w to 42 watt
                                      or 1 fixed output level...

















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HID Lights / XQ400W Xenon Remote Spotlight
« on: November 05, 2009, 08:51:34 PM »




Been looking for a Super Power Remote Spotlights or Helicopter Lights made in China





This thing is 100 pounds and a used one in the USA is $21,000 bucks...  Not exactly the right thing (color) but it's a monster...



There are some nice short arc ship lights around but they are not cheap!





12 controlling channels
XQ4000W xenon  lamp
Liquid-crystal display, menu in Chinese and English for operating mode
CMY stepless color mixing system
Electric strobe 25Hz, 20-100% stepless dimmer
Electric focusing
Projective distance:1-10,000 meters
Electronic dimmer for instantaneous lighting with high brightness
360o Pan with 8 or 16 bit resolution
255o Tilt with 8 or 16 bit resolution
Automatic Pan and Tilt repositioning by photoelectric repositioning system if accidentally knocked out of place
2 controlling modes:DMX512 signal, master /slave  controlling  mode
Superheat protection
0o-25o flat beam
Aluminum alloy casting shell, comply with IP44 protection grade, which makes it ideal for outdoor, roadshow and large-scale stadium
Stable power supply with wide range of working voltage
Electronic ballast with warm boot function
Voltage:AC 100V/120V/200V/230V±10%, 50Hz-60Hz
Power:4200W
Size:657mm×476mm×1000mm
N.W:86.5Kg
Up to CE standard and GB7000.15-2000 standard











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HID Lights / 2009 35 Watt HandHeld HID
« on: November 05, 2009, 08:40:13 PM »



This new 35 watt HID HandHeld is scheduled to be finished in Nov 2009???



It has an LED in the tail and is made in Taiwan (or at least designed in)...














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Helmet / Head HID Light -

Should have a 35 watt (supped up 50/75) HID unit of this model soon. May be a nice head lamp or revamped for a bicycle light... Ballast and Battery would be on belt or attached to bicycle... Working on a Lipo and Ballast that could be easily attached...












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