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    If you are tired from cycle-selection of outputs
    If you need instant Ultra at any time
    ....
    Or you need a combination of low, Ultra, SOS, Ultra, Low, SOS....with a real single switch flashlight?

    Lumapower SMART UI : nCr is the solution...

    Last edited by lumapower; 06-15-2016 at 02:37 PM.
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    Sounds great! When will we get the details?

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    Hi KITROBASKIN,

    We will post more details at this thread within this week.

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    Looking forward to knowing more about this UI

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    This looks interesting.

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    Hi everybody,

    How do you feel about quality tools with poor interfaces?
    It’s like a speedy car with a poor gear box. It won’t drive well but will drive you crazy.

    I will explain the new "nCr" step by step...
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    Flashlights have many uses, they can be used as work tools or as an EDC companion.
    We’re always looking for the “Perfect Interface”, with maximum performance while maintaining usability.

    A basic on-off switch is simple and fulfills many users’ needs, but performance is lacking.
    Modern flashlights are engineered with tons of features, multiple switches and modes, but at the cost of complexity and usability.

    While the features enhance the function of the light, learning and remembering how to use it can be daunting:
    we don’t want the people to need instruction booklets to use a light!
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    In the future, one can expect a SMART interface that combines all the advantages with a single-switch (or even a no-switch) system.

    Just what you “Think” and it gives a “What you Want”! Sounds Incredible!



    The "nCr" Interface provides many modes and features, yet remains easy to use and master, in a simple, single switch.

    Wait! How it works??

    We will prepare a Video to show the"nCr"
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    Hi Friends,

    I have upload the introduction video for SMART-UI "nCr".
    As you can found that the featured output can be activates at any time when you need it.



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    Default Re: The Innovative User Interface : SMART UI - nCr

    Wait, so your amazing new UI is literally the same one that $4 multimode lights have had for years?

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    No,
    1. The 4 levels of basic brightness can be memory lock.
    2. Each featured output can be avtivates at any time and no need to cycle thru.

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    Default Re: The Innovative User Interface : SMART UI - nCr

    I watched the video but didn't understand how he was getting the modes to change.

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    Yeah, the video doesn't convey any of that. How do you select between modes?

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    Because I just going to show the nCr is not limited by old style of cycling process.
    And I will describe the howto a bit later.

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    It is interested that I have show the nCr to many peoples they know flashlights without explain howto and all of them asking how it works. But there is an exception from a 10 years old girl. She can repeat the process to me at once.

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    Figuring out something in hand is a lot different to looking at somebody randomly clicking it in a video though. From what I see so far, leaving the light on for 2 seconds locks in the mode in memory. If you want to change modes, you simply press the button again within 2 seconds of turning it on, right?

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    Would I be wrong in saying the modes can be voice selected?
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    Hi radiopej,
    Yes, this is the way to change standard mode (brightness) low, med., normal and high.
    And is the same as the 1st SMART UI we make since 8 years ago.
    The new nCr now added feature output besides the 4 brightness levels.

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    So what's the new feature?

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    Sorry for my bad English language.
    We added Ultra, Strobe, SOS.
    You don't need to cycle thru but recall any special output in any sequence at any time.

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    Default Re: The Innovative User Interface : SMART UI - nCr

    But that's what I mean, how do you select the mode you want without cycling?

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    It looks like you cycle thru modes while its OFF?
    So while OFF you half press 1, 2, or 3 times to set desired level before clicking ON?

    What was the lumens of the low level, it looked pretty bright.

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    Hi moshow9,

    Well, it is not. But you can fool someone as telling it is a Voice Control.

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    Hi THE_dAY,

    Bingo.

    The low is 2.5% from a 800mA driver.

    From the video, I set the standard to Notmal (25%)
    Last edited by rickylumapower; 06-16-2016 at 01:21 AM.

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    It count the pulse before power on.
    1. Ultra
    2. Strobe
    3. SOS
    0. Standard

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    Quote Originally Posted by rickylumapower View Post
    But there is an exception from a 10 years old girl...
    Then we can conclude that THE_dAY has the mind of a 10 year old girl?

    If I understand: last mode memory, and half-press before activation to change modes. Did I miss anything? It is pretty neat.

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    Hi KITROBASKIN,

    1. Last mode memory for standard brightness low, med., normal, high.
    2. Pulse command for Ultra, Strobe, SOS

    Refer to your 1st question.
    I can only assume they have the observation ability for the whole process.

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    Respect to THE_dAY for figuring something others did not.

    Was wondering what kind of standby drain it takes for this capability?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KITROBASKIN View Post
    Then we can conclude that THE_dAY has the mind of a 10 year old girl?
    LOL, or maybe she has a mind of an old man.
    Quote Originally Posted by rickylumapower View Post
    It count the pulse before power on.
    1. Ultra
    2. Strobe
    3. SOS
    0. Standard
    You should replace the strobe and SOS modes.

    I would be happy with these half presses while OFF:
    1. Ultra or (highest level)
    2. Moonlight (Less than 1 lumen)
    3. Medium
    0. Light would always start in Low mode.

    No mode memory for me as I usually forget what level it was left on.
    I probably wouldn't even use the triple click to get to med but just cycle to it while ON.

    This idea would be great for a clicky light to have access to moonlight and highest mode before turning ON light.
    Maybe start a poll to see what others would like, could yield some good ideas.

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    Hi KITROBASKIN,

    The nCr with a similar programming schematic as our SMART UI2.0.
    It doesn't need any standby current.

    Best regards,

    Ricky - Lumapower
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