Return of the Lunasol?

carrot

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I think one light we’d all like to see again is a form of Lunasol.

Fortunately there is a new two-channel driver in town which is fully capable of running independent LED channels, the firmware open source and easily modified to remove the programmable groups, and plenty of modern MxGizmo clicky paks to go around.

I wonder if there’s any interest in a revival?

https://www.cwfcustomflashlights.com/collections/parts/products/cwf-dragon-driver
 

elzilcho

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No primaries = no go. Still, I'm interested to see if this is developed further into something more flexible.
 

calipsoii

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I think one light we’d all like to see again is a form of Lunasol.

Fortunately there is a new two-channel driver in town which is fully capable of running independent LED channels, the firmware open source and easily modified to remove the programmable groups, and plenty of modern MxGizmo clicky paks to go around.

I wonder if there’s any interest in a revival?

https://www.cwfcustomflashlights.com/collections/parts/products/cwf-dragon-driver

ozythemandias and Leo Maquiniana are already building the exact light you're looking for using that driver ;)
https://www.instagram.com/photonxlights/
 

Eric242

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I recently aquired a LunaSol20 and agree, it is a really great light...... that needs an upgraded version. A powefull main LED, efficient LEDs for the flood beam and maybe even a third row of RGB LEDs.

But please no dragon driver. Way too inflexible for a so called programmable driver. I´d rather have Anduril than the dragon, though most likely that´s not working very well with a PD. Dr.Jones LuciDrv2 or McGizmos Hive extended with a second (or third) channel.

One can dream.....
 
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