Page 3 of 3

Re: led range

Posted: 26 Jul 2017, 21:41
by snoopy
richgas wrote:
kingsy18 wrote:How much range would i benefit if i used a t67 over the t50 using a red led ,knowing the t67 is a heavy old lump would it be worth it.

Depends if your using a airgun, rimfire or centre fire. Either of the first two then would not be worth the added weight of a t67. Centre fire out to 250 yds then yes. T67


Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

i use a legal limit airgun, but the 'airgun range' lights are always for ratting ranges really, basicaly anything in the logan lamp range is ermm..for virginal rabbits or closer.
so....100 yard plus is handy just for spotting, 3-400 yards is a god send towards the end of the night, saves a 400 yard trudge over there,here,back of over there etcetc, soon adds up.

reaguarding the extra weight...if yu shoots only a small one then you wont notise it, if its a large one add up all those 3-400 hard walk abouts up....i find the extra weight worth it.
(ratting ranges..ehhhhh...any old torch will do that, if its an all nighter then certainly get a smaller lump).


all said and dun, dimmers help.

Re: led range

Posted: 14 Jan 2018, 08:48
by kingsy18
Got an evo torch with red pill ,does anyone know how much i would gain by using the turbo red pill,anyone using these pills.

Re: led range

Posted: 14 Jan 2018, 12:56
by cliveward
We've been having a lot of success with our visible pills.

i use one of our Red Sun pills in a T20 and that has far more intensity than standard offerings, making it very usable even at long range. Excellent for foxing.

We're also expanding on this after experimenting with white High Intensity Cree LED in the right bin to balance colour temperature, power and CRI (colour correctness) to really cut through atmospherics and provide accurate illumination in a tighter beam profile than the standard. That's on top of our application of the 'Sun' system to increase power and efficiancy. :thumbup:

We've got all the parts for Evo, T20, T50, T67, and NM in stock, so lots of possibilities.


Cheers





Clive

Re: led range

Posted: 14 Jan 2018, 13:08
by blueroll
I can vouch for Clive`s red sun pill in a NM800, very very good.

Re: led range

Posted: 14 Jan 2018, 13:59
by robert16
Iv the t20 red sun .. and really wouldn't be without one now...... :thumbup:

Re: led range

Posted: 14 Jan 2018, 18:09
by cliveward
Just added the Red Sun for the Evo/XC/TR/NM Clone Torches to the website:

http://www.nightvisionstore.co.uk/red-s ... 2x24960905


Cheers





Clive

Re: led range

Posted: 15 Jan 2018, 13:50
by kingsy18
Ordered one ,whats the waiting time clive.

Re: led range

Posted: 15 Jan 2018, 14:42
by cliveward
kingsy18 wrote:Ordered one ,whats the waiting time clive.
Should only be a few days. Starting getting it put together now. :thumbup:


Cheers





Clive

Re: led range

Posted: 25 Mar 2018, 11:44
by kingsy18
Bought an evo t67 head for the torch and compared it to my t50 using a red led pill for more distance,thought the t50 was better.Quite dissapointed really,thought the t67 would be a lot better.

Re: led range

Posted: 07 Apr 2018, 14:31
by blueroll
cliveward wrote:We've been having a lot of success with our visible pills.

i use one of our Red Sun pills in a T20 and that has far more intensity than standard offerings, making it very usable even at long range. Excellent for foxing.

We're also expanding on this after experimenting with white High Intensity Cree LED in the right bin to balance colour temperature, power and CRI (colour correctness) to really cut through atmospherics and provide accurate illumination in a tighter beam profile than the standard. That's on top of our application of the 'Sun' system to increase power and efficiancy. :thumbup:

We've got all the parts for Evo, T20, T50, T67, and NM in stock, so lots of possibilities.


Cheers





Clive
Hi Clive.
Please excuse me if I am being stupid but I can`t see anything on your website about the white high intensity cree led for NM on your website, are they available please ?