That is what most call a Nanjg 105 but there are subtle differences between the variations. An awesome, reliable driver. If you use JonnyC's software
The nice thing with the TM26/TM36 is the electronic lockout resets them to low mode. You can do it in a half second, if you have two hands. Just unscrew
+1 on the HL50vn. When I search your forum it only brings up this thread and the deal of the day thread.
I didn't know! Ha ha :-)
Say, do you think this light could serve as a good pocket light, with a decent clip? I'm imagining wearing it in a shirt pocket, lamp pointed out.
Yes I will be running it through arduino but left that out So the question didn't become overly complicated. I can just use a fourth ldd-1000h no problem
SSsshhhhhhhh...no one is supposed to know! Hah, just kidding...if everyone hasn't figured it out by now, they aren't paying attention. I had more than
Back when the incandescent was king, single-mode was all you could do. The early LED lights followed this model because their brightness was low and
I have given up on constantly recharging my RCR123 sized lights.
I'm over with turning on my light that goes out a minute later for dead battery.