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Storm of Ra
Storm of Ra
Welcome to the Storm of Ra, at 600,000 candela it is one of the most powerful production throwers of all time, but with vastly more lumens. How many more? 8000 lumens at the emitter, about 6000 lumens out the front, and we don't mean reflector style mostly wasted in wash, we mean 6000 lumens IN THE BEAM! But wait, unlike the typical soupcan blaster, there is no turbo, this light can operate continuously at this output thanks to active cooling.
The Storm of Ra is a light born from innovation and experimentation. We make extensive use of 3D printing, it is just an incredibly cost effective way to prototype and generate jigging and tooling. It is a tool which allows us to easily test exotic optics setups, novel forms of thermal management, unusual power configurations, but what if it could be used to make a complete light? This question arose one day when we were working on the design for a powerful all-wood light. We were prototyping with a 3D print, and it was noted the prototype itself was a remarkably effective and complete light in its own right. With a few tweaks for interface, production, and function it'd be fantastic. Would there be a market though for such a product? It'd have the advantages of light weight, modest price, and staggering performance. But would the undue stigma of 3D printing haunt it? We had no idea, but before pressing forward with what'd be a vastly more expensive hardwood gigathrower, we thought we'd release the Storm and see what people thought.
Modes are controlled by a three position toggle switch. Rearward is off. Flicking the switch to its center position turns the light on. The forward position is a momentary off, allowing the same intuitive and familiar mode switching common to tailswitch lights. Firmware is GuppyDRV rev.2.
If this concept gains traction, far from the last, this will be just the beginning for both lights and accessories. What about an adapter to run the storm off a vehicle? Or something even more monstrous? The sky is the limit, but if people like this concept the price doesn't have to be too.
-Up to 600Kcd illuminates 1570 meters (.975 miles) ANSI throw.
-Up to 8000 emitter lumens, 6000 OTF lumens*
-Comes with a signed card certifying your specific light's performance and authenticity.
-220mmx200mmx160mm (length x height x diameter)
-GuppyDRV rev. 2.0 w/ 6V LVP
-No turbo mode, light can operate continuously on high
-Performance measured at 6 meters after 30 seconds.
-XHP 70.2 4000k (*denotes 5000K variant)
-6V low voltage protection
-2s battery config, two 20700s (recommended) or two 18650s (circumferential spacers suggested). HIGH DISCHARGE CELLS, >20A, REQUIRED!
-Heat tolerant and impact resistant ABS body
*OTF lumens are ALL incorporated into the beam, unlike a reflector light where approximately 75% or more is wasted in wash.