Given that Armytek found that only two perfect of people used the programming option, I highly doubt it. Can't say for sure...maybe a simplified versionthedoc007 Today, 09:58 PM
Certainly removing the cells will stop any drain. Li-ions hold their charge extremely well, so self-discharge outside the light is not a concern.selfbuilt Today, 09:56 PM
Yeah, the Photon freedom was an example of a bad flicker with low PWM. Although I never tested it with an oscilloscope, an earlier DMM method in use aroundselfbuilt Today, 09:53 PM
I use a tk41 and a zl headlamp for kayaking. The tk41 has a great range for slow kayak speeds, but in a fixed position it wasn't really useful becausethepit56 Today, 09:46 PM
You are, of course, the man, Guy. IVR? LOVE IT!!!
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So if you use the light normally and always remove the batteries after usage it should be no problem right? Or better said the batteries will drainedDanielsan Today, 09:38 PM
Thanks for staying on board
It is nothing short of CRAZY
I do remember early on seeing some
Pure speculation, but who's to say ArmyTek is not working on an improved programmable light?