Check your serial number by counting the groups of red flashes when the light in in programming mode. Put the serial number in here...
This will tell you the furmware version that you have. Version 1.1 did not have the battery check, apparently, version 1.2 did
I am having trouble with the bounce option.
I can successfully change program outputs,currently have .04,14,74 and afterburner.
i have tweaked the bounce sensitivity from 60 to 76% but the bounce function has never worked.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Its actually ready to goWhat's the status on the V5 Wasp engine upgrade offering?
sorry, mode 1 is so efficient it would take months to find outEdit: And has anyone done any runtimes at all with 2xCR123 (any output level) ? Thx,
I haven’t seen this discussed anywhere, but will the new engine in the luxrc fj33 be making its way into a boss or wasp head?
I’m struggling with the temperature of my Boss 35 at level 28 and my clearly baby soft skin. LOL
So, having messed about with the programming just now, I’ve gone back to this thread, downloaded the 55c program and programmed the torch. It worked as afterwards, my torch had no program loaded at all. So, I loaded up a program of level 14 - Amber - 21 - 28 with bounce set as well.
I turned the light on at level 28 (indoors) and after only 2 minutes, I cannot hold the torch as the vintage copper body is too hot. There is no way on this earth I could ever run level 28 long enough for it to step down on its own, I’d have no skin left.
So, what kind of temperature is the torch getting to whereby the outside is too hot to hold? Surely it should be stepping down from the 55c set limit?
The temperature limit is the temperature inside the head, the outside is less but still you might try an even lower temperature limit so it steps down quicker. I‘ve read somewhere that the human skin can handle something around 40c, at 44c the skin can be burned already. Somebody can correct me if I‘m wrong.
Also try holding the light in the cigar grip as the head gets hot first and the heat soon spreads towards the body of the Boss so it can dissipate into the air. Maybe you can hold it longer that way. I do it all the time with my Boss 70 and take advantage of the longer body to let the higher levels run longer without touching the hot head.