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NEW! LED Bulbs from Comet Pinball!


By OLDPINGUY

5 years ago



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    #1 5 years ago

    Our New Products have started coming in!

    First we have the New Black Platinum Series!

    Made with black plastic, a chrome finish and swiveling heads these bulbs can be used anywhere for their unique swivel lighting, or where visible for a professional chrome finishing touch. Create your own mods and angle your bulbs to where you want them!

    Black Platinum Composite-734.JPG

    http://www.cometpinball.com/product-p/blackplat.htm

    Our Fluted Domes have started to arrive. These bulbs have twin 2835 SMDs, which are the same size and lumens of bulbs used in AC/DC, Metallica and Star Trek. All this is under a bullet fluted dome. This spreads the light further and is easier on the eyes. It can be used in all applications from inserts to GI.

    They quickly have become my New Favorite for GI! More colors coming!

    2 SMD Fluted Bullet-532.JPG

    http://www.cometpinball.com/product-p/2smdfd.htm

    Here are some comparison shots in my TZ

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    #2 5 years ago

    Those Black Platinum ones are cool looking! It's the first example I can think of where a pinball LED was specifically designed with form in mind instead of just function. Bravo!

    #3 5 years ago

    Awesome looks great! Can't wait to try these Art!

    #4 5 years ago

    The Black Plats look perfect for fine tuning spotlights, very cool looking

    #5 5 years ago
    Quoted from OLDPINGUY:

    They quickly have become my New Favorite for GI! More colors coming!

    Any chance we'll see the Ice Blue with the this fluted style Art?

    #6 5 years ago

    The Ice Blue, maybe in todays shipment in a single 5050 clear, and frosted..... Op-Max, in about 10 days.
    Unfortunately, the chip manufacturers in Taiwan and Singapore have no demand for Ice blue in a 2835 SMD.
    There is no Purple, or Cyan. Too new, and no automotive or other electronic demand, So they may take an order for 100,000 units, which I need to pass on now.
    Over time, especially if I bug several factories, who will ping the same large group of chip makers, they will do, as it will appear there is a bigger demand, seeing several factories "asking"

    i may need to do the fluted dome on a 5050 in Ice blue, if nothing comes up....

    #7 5 years ago
    Quoted from OLDPINGUY:

    hey quickly have become my New Favorite for GI! More colors coming!

    These things are amazing. I forgot to order green in my first order. Greens coming today.
    When I install them I will include some pictures of my Big guns game. It looks awesome.

    #8 5 years ago

    wow, those Black Platinum look really cool, and really useful. Swivel head and chrome finish. hot!

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    #9 5 years ago

    Bump for the evening crowd, and because I have a problem...I am a karma whore, and want to see a 2, as the first number...Ill never catch Ted.

    #10 5 years ago
    Quoted from OLDPINGUY:

    Bump for the evening crowd, and because I have a problem...I am a karma whore, and want to see a 2

    How about a 10% or 15% off orders code for pinsiders for the week, it can be your karma whore sale, I'll guarantee it will get you a bunch of thumbs up(plus I really need to make a big order soon).

    #11 5 years ago

    Order placed, thumbs up given for karma.

    #12 5 years ago

    I'm trying to find a good bulb for being the Time Rift for STTNG. Thinking the fluted domes might be a good choice? It's probably the most direct bulb I can see on the playfield, other than the indicators for command decision and Borg lock so I was wanting to find something that looked nice but also that threw light mostly upwards towards the art.

    Those Black Platinums might do the trick - I'm just not sure if it might be too spotty?

    Either way, I definitely plan on trying those fluted domes out for the backbox as you say! That sounds like a winner!

    #13 5 years ago

    Art, how well do you think the flutted dome would work in a spot light?

    #14 5 years ago
    Quoted from m00dawg:

    I was wanting to find something that looked nice but also that threw light mostly upwards towards the art.

    With my apologies, I am not able to visualize what you want to accomplish.
    The fluted Dome, is designed for 70% of its light side to side, in a cross hatch pattern of greater distance.
    If you wish to PM me, with a photo, Id be happy to help.
    Essentially, all the products I have are about brightness, direction, and distance of throw, so I am confident,
    I will have something that will work for you, and blend the brightness to your taste and the rest of the game.

    Quoted from MustangPaul:

    Art, how well do you think the flutted dome would work in a spot light?

    Not very well at all. Minimal top throw, so a short fuzzy ball of light.
    If a spotlight is close to an object, you want to light, say the heads on Roadshow, whatever bulb is used, there is only about a 10% difference.
    If however, it is a spotlight going a longer distance, say on a sling across the playfield, like Xmen or WOZ,
    and you want the most amount of light, I cant recommend highley enough the 6.3V or 12V unrectified Op-Max.
    It literally lights the whole playfield, as well as actually behind itself....(Other then a reflector blocking some of it)
    For anyone needing spots, as I move the site to add more pictures and videos, trust me on this...try the Op-Max.

    If you want the brightest, but not the widest or longest throw...a shorter spot, and simply bright is number one. Our Quasar will win out, as it is not diffused by the lens.

    12V for Woz, Xmen Magneto, etc.
    http://www.cometpinball.com/product-p/opmax12v.htmhttp://www.cometpinball.com/product-p/opmax12v.htm

    6.3V unrectified for spots:
    http://www.cometpinball.com/product-p/opmax-nr.htm

    Quasar:
    http://www.cometpinball.com/product-p/2-5630smd.htm

    Quoted from bemmett:

    How about a 10% or 15% off orders code for pinsiders for the week, it can be your karma whore sale, I'll guarantee it will get you a bunch of thumbs up(plus I really need to make a big order soon).

    Thanks for the suggestion. I would hope you would visit my site, and find the prices low enough, and free shipping.
    As these are new, found no where else, I would hope a few cents a bulb, isnt all that you are in need of.
    I hate to run "fake" sales, and hopefully my time is worth something to continue to develop products for the gang.

    Art

    i hope to add more new products today, and for those that are asking....yes, the last shipment, it weighs a ton, will have the RGB strips, Bumper Rings, and ICE Blue...just a little longer....

    #15 5 years ago

    Just curious why only wedge on your Platinum?

    #16 5 years ago

    the housing wont fit on a Standard bayonet bulb base.
    Id need to spend another 5K for a new die, and the original purpose and order for these was for wedge, that absorbed the development cost. They were made for a customer in Japan. Not pinball though.
    I am trying to find a way to do just the 3 hooded in bayonet, if possible...but it will take time, as this took 6 months to develop.....

    #17 5 years ago
    Quoted from OLDPINGUY:

    the housing wont fit on a Standard bayonet bulb base.
    Id need to spend another 5K for a new die, and the original purpose and order for these was for wedge, that absorbed the development cost. They were made for a customer in Japan. Not pinball though.
    I am trying to find a way to do just the 3 hooded in bayonet, if possible...but it will take time, as this took 6 months to develop.....

    We appreciate all your hard work and dedication, Art. You're a true asset to the hobby.

    #18 5 years ago

    Buy with confidence Arts LEDs are fantastic and the new designs are really awesome ! They look great plus with the pivoting head they work great in areas that needs that little extra of light !

    #19 5 years ago
    Quoted from OLDPINGUY:

    With my apologies, I am not able to visualize what you want to accomplish.
    The fluted Dome, is designed for 70% of its light side to side, in a cross hatch pattern of greater distance.
    If you wish to PM me, with a photo, Id be happy to help.
    Essentially, all the products I have are about brightness, direction, and distance of throw, so I am confident,
    I will have something that will work for you, and blend the brightness to your taste and the rest of the game.

    Ah ok. You mentioned it's good for the backbox then, I assume because it disperses light more uni-formally due to the side throw?

    For the Time Rift, we can take this off list if we get too far off subject, but it's basically here:

    sttng_playfield.jpg

    Grabbed that from a quick image search and just put a circle around the place, so it's not mine The problem is, when playing, you can see the bulb behind those targets rather clearly. It points up (to the art) not forward. So my thought was a frosted bulb there. I tried a cool white one and it was both a bit too much white and also still too bright for my liking. I want to art to shine but want the side throw to be more subtle. I was thinking of going purple there as well (actually purple + some white if that kind of bulb is available). Right now I have kept an incan there which is not bad light wise, but is a bit out of place.

    I /think/ the single (non-SMD) bulbs you sell might work there. Something that's intentionally dimmer but not non-existent, if that makes sense?

    #20 5 years ago
    Quoted from m00dawg:

    The problem is, when playing, you can see the bulb behind those targets rather clearly. It points up (to the art) not forward. So my thought was a frosted bulb there. I tried a cool white one and it was both a bit too much white and also still too bright for my liking. I want to art to shine but want the side throw to be more subtle.

    With this type of situation, I like to use flexible LEDs. You angle them up and slightly away from the player, so that no direct light is hitting your eyes. Most people never think to use flexible LEDs for GI, but I use them all the time with great results.

    #21 5 years ago

    Actually I did think about that, yep! I just wanted something fancier looking than the normal rope-style ones due to being able to see the bulb. That does make me think the black platinums might be more up my alley there. Do you have any pics or suggestions you might share on what type of flexible LED you use?

    #22 5 years ago
    Quoted from m00dawg:

    For the Time Rift, we can take this off list if we get too far off subject, but it's basically here:

    My thoughts are in agreement with both. A flex head can give you more exacting lighting...but doesnt look as nice.

    The Black Platinum could work, but they are not yet in 44/47.

    3 choices would be standard 5050 frosted...White, Purple, or even ICE BLUE, which will be in shortly.
    Another would be the FLUTED DOME, in white or Blue...this chip is not yet available in Purple.
    ...and lastly is a 2 LED, softer then a 5050 in clear or frosted, White or Blue, as the purple looks pink in a resin diode, and generally not wanted.....

    art

    #23 5 years ago

    mOOdawg - Could you switch out the actual 44/47 base housing with a 555 base socket housing? This would allow you to use these bulbs (cost about $1) and would easily be removable down the road if you wanted to go back to a 44/47 bulb socket. I know not an ideal thing but it seems like that could allow you to use the bulb that you think will work best.

    #24 5 years ago

    I am not sure if I am following, but the connection on this model to 555, would require a new model made to attach to a metal base. New Molds, can be either expensive and take time, or cost nothing and be fast, if I order 10,000 pieces.
    At this time, I dont see a need for 10,000, but I will continue to "hound" factory to help absorb the cost,,,,,,

    Sorry....

    #25 5 years ago

    I may be the one confusing things as I don't know what socket is in there stock. Was just thinking that if there was a bulb out there you wanted and it wasn't available in the socket you needed that you could potentially just switch the socket around. Unless, of course, it was molded in a toy. I was thinking this was just a standard socket into the playfield for GI.

    #26 5 years ago

    no problem...I am confused all the time!

    .....another New Bulb going up soon.....and more.......

    #27 5 years ago

    Can't wait to give these bad boys a try thanks for the update oldpinguy!

    #28 5 years ago

    The black platinum looks cool. Gonna have to pick some of those up.

    #29 5 years ago

    Nicely done, Art! I'm glad to see that you are continuing to innovate new products and improved products in the Comet line. Keep up the good work.

    #30 5 years ago

    Hey Art, are you going to offer the new double LED fluted in 100 packs? I couldn't find it on the site...

    Also, is the lens removable?

    #31 5 years ago
    Quoted from Schwaggs:

    Hey Art, are you going to offer the new double LED fluted in 100 packs? I couldn't find it on the site...

    Also, is the lens removable?

    The Links will go up tomorrow for $.65/25 and $.59/100. If you order any now in this Round number, we will refund the difference, or simply catch us tomorrow.

    The clear and frosted versions are up now.

    I am sorry, the lens are not removable....I think they would be too bright, and we have them, as above, in clear and frosted.

    #32 5 years ago

    Love your work Art. Even with the cost of shipping the LEDs down to Australia, they are worth every cent. I have found the odd DOA here and there but certainly nothing more than any other type of LED and probably less than other brands. It is starting to get to the stage where there are too many to choose from now.

    You guys in the US should be jumping all over Comet LEDs. Free shipping for you guys as well as great bulk deals they are very hard to beat.

    #33 5 years ago
    Quoted from Pintoxicated:

    It is starting to get to the stage where there are too many to choose from now.

    that was my issue. i spent hours trying to decide which ones. too many choices !

    #34 5 years ago
    Quoted from Pintoxicated:

    It is starting to get to the stage where there are too many to choose from now.

    Quoted from ledge:

    that was my issue. i spent hours trying to decide which ones. too many choices !

    It is a tough line.....I hear from people that say too many to pick from, that the same amount of emails, from people that want more.

    Ill be working on a graphical reference to help. Its all about brightness, thats right for an individual.

    To me, its no different then going into Lowes or Home depot and looking for a lightbulb.
    There is an entire wall. Where is it going? How bright do you want?I think once one finds their baseline, which
    is and may still be a standard 5050 SMD......what is in all the kits, and the workhorse, then one should use that, simple simple, and chose a few brighter bulbs to increase the brightness in the dark areas.

    However, the games you buy today from Stern, break those rules.
    For years, the posts have said, "Only frosted in GI", yet the last four games from Stern are Clear and brighter!
    For some, this does hurt their eyes. For others, they will continue to use kits, or frosted, in complete opposite to the
    new game they just got.

    So the emails come in to make the brightest bulb...we did and have our 2 patented Op-Max.
    Then it was to bring in the Non Ghosting, no Flickering Super Flux, we did with our Optix.
    Next was, "I need the 2 LED bulb that was used in the first release of AC/DC...we love them, and use them everywhere, can you get those?" Done, and colors coming.
    OK, but that doesnt match Metallica, or Star Trek, so we added those yesterday.
    This was followed with, Too bright to the eyes, so we made the fluted dome.

    Catch 22...

    I hope the graphical brightness chart and additional info will help tremendously.

    In short, the easiest way to decide, is to see what finished games you find that you like.

    If Star Trek or Metallica is too bright, then buy one level lower, or frosted of the same.
    If you have or have played a game with a standard kit, or frosted 5050, and want it brighter, move one step in that
    direction.

    There are 2 schools of thought, I hope to share better on the site.
    One, is to use the same brightness of bulb everywhere....what comes in a kit...
    In many games, this is perfect, Funhouse, as an example...everything even.

    The other philosophy, says this is nice, but not bright enough to play in the dark.
    In cases like that, a kit from James at Pinballbulbs, offers a great solution, by adding strips and spots.
    Everything is lit from the top down. Quite Nice, with a type of look.

    The Third way is to light the game with a variety of brightness. A less bright bulb under a smaller plastic, a brighter bulb, where it is buried in the back and not enough light. This philosophy adds depth of field...light and shadows,
    and lights the game from the artwork up, rather then the top down.

    The analogy. An office building, with all fluorescent overhead lighting, vs, how you light your home, with different wattage, and lamps and corners. We dont light our houses, in general with all ceiling mounted fluorescent tubes.

    Both work, it is personal taste.

    So to wade through the variety...find your baseline...The 90% of the bulbs you will use..in order....2 LED,, 5050 SMD, 2 SMD, 2835 SMD, Op Max. and try out $20-$25 in bulbs that are brighter, and if you see small areas, a few less bright. I believe having a small assortment will help in any future game, and allow you to test the joys of getting the back corners lit by simply adding 2 bulbs.

    If you want it simple, use our universal kit...150 bulbs for $99....and free shipping....enough to complete many games or come close.
    They can be tailored by you to your game. They are with the most popular 5050 SMD, and all you need to do is match colors. Very Easy. At worst, you may need a few more, or then gamble on a few brighter bulbs.
    Thats the simple easy way.

    If you need a game specific kit, CT, PBB, and others do that with perfection.

    Sorry to ramble on...its just I get so many creative pictures, about what people have done, I think it more like decorating a Christmas tree. Do I want mine to look the same as everyone elses? then buy the standard 5050 kit, or loose....nothing wrong at all.
    Do I want it easy, and yet different? Use the same 5050, and add a little extra...color change, Op-max in your spots...a no flix optix, for that insert ghosting.

    Want to be completely different? Step out of the box, try the fluted domes, add a couple Op-Max....you can mix bulb types, and paint a really one of a kind lighting effect for your game...

    Oh, and dont forget the 6.3V strips....a must for your outlanes, VUK, back of game, dark long plastic areas.
    You can light your art from below, or from above. Almost infinite possibilities here.

    Sorry for the rant...I get so passionate about the results I see and do, and want to share.....I hope to make it a little easier.....

    Art

    #35 5 years ago

    Art, wholly agree with the philosophy, if you don't want choices, stick with a certain type of bulb - easy.

    Those 6.3V strips, where can you tie them into, and is it two bare wires as the end or some type of plug to go into a light socket on the pf? I'd like to add one to the back of the back plastic strip on Goldeneye - would look great with that landscape scene lit up!!

    Nate

    #36 5 years ago
    Quoted from Pinball_Nate:

    Those 6.3V strips, where can you tie them into, and is it two bare wires as the end or some type of plug to go into a light socket on the pf? I'd like to add one to the back of the back plastic strip on Goldeneye - would look great with that landscape scene lit up!!

    The 6.3V dedicated color strips, 3 SMD and 7 SMD, come in white Purple, Blue, Red, and Green...(although I am waiting on red) They are shipped with 3 choices of attachment. a 555 wedge, 44/47 bayonet, and alligator clips.
    I mostly use the socketed ones in Back box. but others, will use in GI.
    The alligator clips let you grab power from any 6.3V source. If you want them on all the time, then use the GI, if you want additional light/color as a highlight, clip to a feature insert, like having your outhole flash when Jackpot is lit,
    or lighting up a ramp, when extra ball, or other feature lamp is lit.

    Also, i am truly hoping, that yesterdays export with have these same strips, and pads in RGB color changing.
    With an inline remote....no batteries, nothing to lose, you can set one of 20 colors, 5 brightness, and special affects, fade/blink..... These are going to be beyond anyones expectations for creative use!

    Pop bumper LED rings, different, better...and more....!!!

    strip.jpg
    #37 5 years ago
    Quoted from OLDPINGUY:

    They are shipped with 3 choices of attachment. a 555 wedge, 44/47 bayonet, and alligator clips.

    I was impressed at how many adapters came with the strips, You've done a nice job with that package.

    #38 5 years ago
    Quoted from Pinball_Nate:

    Those 6.3V strips, where can you tie them into, and is it two bare wires as the end or some type of plug to go into a light socket on the pf? I'd like to add one to the back of the back plastic strip on Goldeneye - would look great with that landscape scene lit up!!

    Nate

    Hi Nate, I have used the 6.3v strips a lot in my games, if you click on the strips on the Comet web site you'll see some pictures of how I used them. They come with alligator clip, 44 and 555 adapters. They are GREAT!.

    Looks like a couple beat me to post.

    #39 5 years ago
    Quoted from OLDPINGUY:

    The 6.3V dedicated color strips, 3 SMD and 7 SMD, come in white Purple, Blue, Red, and Green...(although I am waiting on red) They are shipped with 3 choices of attachment. a 555 wedge, 44/47 bayonet, and alligator clips.
    I mostly use the socketed ones in Back box. but others, will use in GI.
    The alligator clips let you grab power from any 6.3V source. If you want them on all the time, then use the GI, if you want additional light/color as a highlight, clip to a feature insert, like having your outhole flash when Jackpot is lit,
    or lighting up a ramp, when extra ball, or other feature lamp is lit.
    Also, i am truly hoping, that yesterdays export with have these same strips, and pads in RGB color changing.
    With an inline remote....no batteries, nothing to lose, you can set one of 20 colors, 5 brightness, and special affects, fade/blink..... These are going to be beyond anyones expectations for creative use!
    Pop bumper LED rings, different, better...and mo

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    Flintstones Light Strips 001.JPGHere they are on my Flintstones. One 7 led strip and two three led strips

    #40 5 years ago

    Hey Paul,

    You should be the first to get a new RGB strip...maybe today....sorry the clips arent there its a proto...
    I look forward to hearing you smile!

    #41 5 years ago

    Thanks everyone who posted - (group hug!)

    Mustang Paul I'll check out your thread - thanks again!

    So I can alligator clip them to a GI bulb and it lites up and stays lit? Can't be any simpler than that!

    Nate

    #42 5 years ago

    Art is simply the best of the best when it comes to LED's. He's got more different types of LED bulbs than a grocery store has food items. There is definitely something for everyone.

    Thanks for all the hard work Art.

    #43 5 years ago
    Quoted from 85vett:

    I may be the one confusing things as I don't know what socket is in there stock. Was just thinking that if there was a bulb out there you wanted and it wasn't available in the socket you needed that you could potentially just switch the socket around. Unless, of course, it was molded in a toy. I was thinking this was just a standard socket into the playfield for GI.

    (Sorry for the late reply!)

    Aha, yep that could work. I don't really have any problems going with a 555 as long as it would fit in the same hole. Where I would stop is needing to make any permanent modes. But yeah I'll look at that, thanks for the tip!

    The 2 LED bulb is what I was thinking of from OLDPINGUY. I think I'll start there. If it's too dim, or I want differing colors (really want to check out that ice blue!) I'll try going up. I didn't think about the fluted dome but I might grab one of those too.

    Thanks for the info all and sorry I derailed the conversation a bit!

    #44 5 years ago

    Seems Art went above and beyond in the LED's with selection and price. Keep up the good work my boy.

    #45 5 years ago

    WOW! Them led's look amazing. The chrome trim would look great for the eyes in the skull for Terminator 2

    Ahh, but only in white. Hmmm

    #46 5 years ago
    Quoted from OLDPINGUY:

    Hey Paul,
    You should be the first to get a new RGB strip...maybe today....sorry the clips arent there its a proto...
    I look forward to hearing you smile!

    Hey thanks Art.

    #47 5 years ago
    Quoted from Pinball_Nate:

    So I can alligator clip them to a GI bulb and it lites up and stays lit? Can't be any simpler than that!

    The hardest part is figuring out how to run the wires through the pf.

    #48 5 years ago

    The newest RGB ones will have an optional 48" connector, and the top side wiring will be covered in black...hopefully that will help.

    #49 5 years ago

    I've had to run the wires of a strip through a pf plastic a couple of times so I had to drill a small hole in it.

    Here's a trick I've used so only a very small hole is needed. The strip has 2 wires coming out of it that are pined on the ends and then pushed into a male plastic connector. Instead of drilling a big hole that the connector fits through I gently pull the 2 pined wires out of the connector and stick them one at a time through a hole just big enough for the 2 wires. Once through I reconnect the pins into the male connector. By doing it that way your hole is about half the diameter of the hole needed to stick the connector through.

    #50 5 years ago
    Quoted from Jean-Luc-Picard:

    WOW! Them led's look amazing. The chrome trim would look great for the eyes in the skull for Terminator 2
    Ahh, but only in white. Hmmm

    Not a problem if you are familiar with gels or transparent vinyl. I use those products for the eyes in my T2's along with some pants buttons here is a pic.

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