What is this?

TangoDown

Member
May 22, 2010
96
Montana
Hoping to get some guidance on this. I believe this is a LIN3, but can somebody confirm / deny that?


The writing on the lens cover says "SAE W-1 08"


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Thanks!


TD

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Zach C.

Member
May 22, 2010
476
Southeast, USA
TangoDown said:
What is the difference between the lin6 and the linz6?? I'm guessing the "z" stands for something...

The linz6 is the same size as a lin3 but has 6 led diodes instead of 3. The lin6 is alot bigger.
 

Alovebaby41

Member
May 23, 2010
354
Texas
Another good way to differ between the two lightheads is to count the number of leds inside of the lighthead so when you look into it you see all of the clear but the yellow brownish thing that look like lines those are the leds. That is how i differ between the two. I hope that this helps.
 
May 21, 2010
1,176
NJ & IA
Alovebaby41 said:
Another good way to differ between the two lightheads is to count the number of leds inside of the lighthead so when you look into it you see all of the clear but the yellow brownish thing that look like lines those are the leds. That is how i differ between the two. I hope that this helps.


?? A lin6 and a linz6 are the same in terms of LED number...
 

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