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    Default Tri-EDC LE ?

    Do the current production Tri-EDC light engines have the red LED that flashes for 1/2 second before starting up? I know there was talk of an updated LE. Thanks

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    Any new orders will not have the Red LED.

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    I read somewhere that there has been driver changes along the way, and I'm curious, do Tri EDCs now have the H-M-L or L-M-H sequence? Do they have memory mode? Can a smart person (not me) change mode sequences or drive levels on one of these if you want it different than the way it comes?
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    Default Re: Tri-EDC LE ?

    Quote Originally Posted by nbp View Post
    I read somewhere that there has been driver changes along the way, and I'm curious, do Tri EDCs now have the H-M-L or L-M-H sequence? Do they have memory mode? Can a smart person (not me) change mode sequences or drive levels on one of these if you want it different than the way it comes?

    I can't vouch for the new ones, but if you pick up an early Tri-EDC with the Lux-RC module, you can then buy a L334 module to swap into it with emy emitter or firmware or mode sequence you like.

    I think a 1100mA Nichia 219 4500k HCRI L334 with start on low and no mode memory should be pretty awesome

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    The new ones are using a completely different setup. The driver is now a nanjg 2.8A or 1.4A depending on the customers preference, and the triple is a luxdrive 3up. I've been re-programming this driver for custom modes and it's made my copper tri so much better. The low mode was flat out too bright. PM me if interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flucero28
    The new ones are using a completely different setup. The driver is now a nanjg 2.8A or 1.4A depending on the customers preference, and the triple is a luxdrive 3up. I've been re-programming this driver for custom modes and it's made my copper tri so much better. The low mode was flat out too bright. PM me if interested.
    I heard you might be the guy to talk to about such a thing..a little birdie told me.
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    Hello NBP! More then happy to help you, just PM me.

    Frank

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    Thanks brother! Just waiting to get a hit. Looking for a Ti Tri HI CRI. At some point maybe I'll expand my search to a neutral, but right now I'm hoping for HI CRI still. I kinda think not too many were made though.
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