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    Just picked up one of these myself from Illumination Supply with their 30% coupon.

    I am super stoked for it to arrive; as always, brilliant(!) and thorough review, SB.

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    I received my d40a in neutral white from Illumn and noticed a quirk, when I activate moonlight mode (by holding power from off) and hit the power button to turn it off it steps down to an extremely low mode that can only be seen if you look at the led directly. it is lower than the lowest mode from my Debralight sc52w. You can't turn off the light once this cycle starts because it just switches between normal moonlight and the super low one when i hit power. i have to either press mode then power, or lock the light out (physically or electronically) to get it to turn off.

    Does anybody else have this same problem on their model? Should i send my light back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by beemer View Post
    I received my d40a in neutral white from Illumn and noticed a quirk, when I activate moonlight mode (by holding power from off) and hit the power button to turn it off it steps down to an extremely low mode that can only be seen if you look at the led directly. it is lower than the lowest mode from my Debralight sc52w. You can't turn off the light once this cycle starts because it just switches between normal moonlight and the super low one when i hit power. i have to either press mode then power, or lock the light out (physically or electronically) to get it to turn off.
    I have not seen this on any D40 that I have tested, but it is an issue that has cropped up from time to time on various lights (especially ones with a moonlight mode). It would seem to indicate a circuit fault where a tiny amount of current is still being drawn when switching off from moonlight. As you say, breaking the current is the only way to stop it.

    Not knowing what the drain level is, it is hard to advise - although I would suggest doing a quick loosen/tighten of the head to break this effect when it occurs. If it concerns you, I would see about returning the light.
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    Quote Originally Posted by selfbuilt View Post
    ………….Anodizing is flat matte black, hard anodized (i.e., type III), with no obvious chips or damage on my sample. Sunwayman has always had top-notch anodizing (although I personally miss the natural finish look). ………………………….
    The anodizing on the D40A I received today is certainly not top notch. The bottom section of the flashlight has even, but thin looking anodizing, and the top section has thin and mottled looking anodizing. I see much better looking anodizing on my flashlights from Fenix, Zebralight, and Olight. But other than that flaw, and the rainbow output from the XM-L2 emitter, I like this flashlight a lot.

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    I like this light, but would it be overkill for in and around the house?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluecrush View Post
    I like this light, but would it be overkill for in and around the house?
    On the highest setting, yes. But on the lower it's a great light. Specially with the moonlight mode.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluecrush View Post
    I like this light, but would it be overkill for in and around the house?
    No, but it's a bit heavy and there are other lights that I use around the house--EagleTac D25C Ti clicky, my Sunwayman V11R, my Convoy lights and even my little AA L3 L10 and AAA Olight i3s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beemer View Post
    I received my d40a in neutral white from Illumn and noticed a quirk, when I activate moonlight mode (by holding power from off) and hit the power button to turn it off it steps down to an extremely low mode that can only be seen if you look at the led directly. it is lower than the lowest mode from my Debralight sc52w. You can't turn off the light once this cycle starts because it just switches between normal moonlight and the super low one when i hit power. i have to either press mode then power, or lock the light out (physically or electronically) to get it to turn off.

    Does anybody else have this same problem on their model? Should i send my light back?
    I just received my D40A Neutral White, and I tested it and found the same issue. An extremely dim moonlight mode, which only occurs when turning the light off directly from the "real" moonlight mode. Turning off from the regular modes doesn't activate the "super dim" moonlight.

    Maybe it only affects neutral white versions of this model? Anyone else notice it?

    It doesn't concern me, with the possible exception of it increasing the parasitic drain. Has anyone else tested this, and measured the current draw from it? This light is tricky to set up for current tests, so I haven't tested it myself. But based on my Zebralight SC52w-L2, it has a draw of 2mA on the lowest moonlight. So, the D40A has to be quite a bit less than that.

    Probably not an issue, unless it's in storage for a few months, but I'm curious to know.

    I'll see if it's bright enough to use as a locator in the middle of the night.


    Update:

    It does work as a locator for a very dark area with fully night-adapted eyes. But, you have to be viewing at least the "spill" area of light. The "hot spot" is actually quite bright when looking directly at it, but that's because it is so focused. Obviously, you can't illuminate anything with this "ultra firely" mode, but if you place the light aimed at you before going to sleep, you'll be able to easily find it.

    The brightness, when looking directly into it, is about the same level of brightness as a GITD indicator after a few hours. However, it looks brighter, because it shows up as the entire 40mm lens.

    I have noticed that it appears to enter this "ultra firefly" mode when shutting it off on modes other than moonlight, especially if it's been on for awhile. In these cases, it appears even dimmer. Very difficult to see, but possible with dark-adapted vision and looking closely right into the lens.

    I wonder if this is a consequence of how Sunwayman designed the electronic circuit. Maybe the same current needed for the electronic switch is also still going through the LED?
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    Okay, I used an external power supply to do some current measurements.

    As an update to my previous post, I don't think the "super dim firefly" mode is triggered when turning off from any mode other than moonlight. I am unable to reproduce it from any other mode than moonlight, so I think it was either an afterimage on my retina, or just my imagination.

    Anyway, the "super dim firefly" mode definitely occurs when turning the light off from moonlight, and is backed up by my following current measurements.

    My power source measures 4.97v. This corresponds to NiMH cells that have about 40% charge. Due to very thin wires, I only measured low-drain modes.

    Off: 60uA (includes turning off from non-moonlight modes)


    Off from moonlight: 247uA (very dim glow from LED)


    Moonlight: 4.8mA


    Low: 53mA

    It's interesting that my standby drain is higher than what selfbuilt measured. (Perhaps I was testing with a lower voltage, or more likely just individual variation.) But I measured it several times, and it always came out to 60uA. This is still insignificant, and it would take 3.8 years to drain 2000mA Eneloops.

    The "super dim firefly" mode actually measures about 1.8mA for a few seconds, before dropping to 247uA. Anyway, it would take almost a year to drain 2000mA Eneloops at that rate. So, again, it's not a very significant drain, but if you're storing your light for months, it's probably better to turn it off from one of the normal (non moonlight) modes. Or unscrew the tailcap a half-turn to eliminate all drain.

    Moonlight mode and low mode drains are as expected. I didn't measure higher modes.

    I'd be interested to know if the "super dim firefly" mode is common on the neutral white D40A's. Or, what the current draw is on any of the D40A's when turning off from moonlight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WalkIntoTheLight View Post
    I'd be interested to know if the "super dim firefly" mode is common on the neutral white D40A's. Or, what the current draw is on any of the D40A's when turning off from moonlight.
    Thanks for doing the tests. I've seen other reports over the years, on various lights, of ultra-dim levels being produced when trying to shut-down from moonlight. These all seem to involve residual ultra-low currents, so your measures seem believable.

    As an aside, I note the behaviour and magnitude of the current you describe in the "ultra-dim" mode is very similar to what I measured for entering into the lock-out mode. I wonder if some sort of cross-over effect is occurring. But I would have to leave it to the experts with more knowledge of circuit function to explain why this occurs.

    I bought a NW version shortly after they were first released, and haven't seen any issues on that sample.
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    Quote Originally Posted by selfbuilt View Post
    Thanks for doing the tests. I've seen other reports over the years, on various lights, of ultra-dim levels being produced when trying to shut-down from moonlight. These all seem to involve residual ultra-low currents, so your measures seem believable.

    I bought a NW version shortly after they were first released, and haven't seen any issues on that sample.
    Interesting. Did you measure the standby current on the NW version?

    I retested my standby current with a 5.78v supply, and it came to 69uA. (Higher than the 60uA with a 4.97v supply, which I think is to be expected, based on the differences you tested on SC52's when using AA vs 14500.)

    But the 60-69uA is much higher than your reported 11uA (and I've seen 11uA mentioned in another review as well). I'm curious if it's just the "ultra-low moonlight" versions of the light which have a greater standby current as well. Perhaps Sunwayman is using different chips in later manufacturing runs of the light, which may be the cause of the moonlight "feature".

    As an aside, I note the behaviour and magnitude of the current you describe in the "ultra-dim" mode is very similar to what I measured for entering into the lock-out mode. I wonder if some sort of cross-over effect is occurring. But I would have to leave it to the experts with more knowledge of circuit function to explain why this occurs.
    Yes, I noticed when I did that, it was similar to your lockout drain. My light doesn't show any LED glow when in lockout, though. It does make me curious how they're running the current through the light when off, locked-out, and sub-moonlight.

    Anyway, I'm not too concerned about it. The sub-moonlight mode is a bit of a neat feature to find the light in total darkness. Last night I tested the output (with fully dark-adapted vision in a very dark room). It was just bright enough to illuminate some white paper when held an inch or two away. No chance of reading anything written on the paper, but it gives someone the idea of the brightness. Way, way, dimmer than the SC52's dimmest moonlight setting. About as bright as a 40mm round piece of GITD indicator after being without light for a few hours.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WalkIntoTheLight View Post
    Interesting. Did you measure the standby current on the NW version?
    Sorry, no.
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    Quote Originally Posted by selfbuilt View Post
    Sorry, no.
    Are beacon, police signal, SOS, and strobe, at maximum output. It seems like, with mine, but not 100 percent sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RemcoM View Post
    Are beacon, police signal, SOS, and strobe, at maximum output. It seems like, with mine, but not 100 percent sure.
    I believe so, but it's not easy to measure.
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    Received the light a few days ago. It is very nicely made and a joy to hold. Noticed the "ultra firefly" on it too. Another thing is accidental activation of the strobe. Change modes too quickly and there it is.

    Quick question: How does the lanyard work with this? Am I supposed to use the hook for the hole? I hesitate to do that as I worry metal-on-metal will scratch the light or affect the anodizing. Is there another way to do it? Thanks!

    Oh, and great review! It made me buy this one (although the Thrunite TN4A remains my second favourite light).

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    Quote Originally Posted by not a fighter View Post
    Received the light a few days ago. It is very nicely made and a joy to hold. Noticed the "ultra firefly" on it too. Another thing is accidental activation of the strobe. Change modes too quickly and there it is.
    Quick question: How does the lanyard work with this? Am I supposed to use the hook for the hole? I hesitate to do that as I worry metal-on-metal will scratch the light or affect the anodizing. Is there another way to do it? Thanks!
    It's a good point about the strobe. As for the lanyard, yes, you are supposed to clip it to the hole. It may indeed the wear the finish somewhat over time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beemer View Post
    Does anybody else have this same problem on their model? Should i send my light back?
    Yes, I tested my new D40a tonight and was able to reproduce this ultra-low mode just as you said - switch the light off while in firefly mode.

    To confirm that it wasn't a trick of my eyes, I put the bezel directly up to my eye, sealed where the bezel met my orbit with one hand - and then unscrewed the back with the other. I did this twice - and both times - the glow stopped immediately.

    It's unlikely that I could see the effect without complete darkness and my eyes at least somewhat adjusted to the dark. It's an extremely faint glow.

    As to whether you should return it, well, I'm not planning on it. This light most closely fits my needs and I'll seldom use firefly mode, so I'll be unlikely to cause this mode to occur in real life usage. I'm not wild about the side-mount for the paracord, but the light levels, batteries, beam focus, CRI & form factor are near ideal for my use, so I can overlook a wonky lanyard placement and a glow-mode that won't likely get triggered in the course of my normal use. If I used firefly more, then it might bother me.

    ** Edit **
    And now for the odd part. I liked mine so much that I got one for my wife. I just tested hers tonight and it does NOT do the ultra-low, or to be more precise, it does have the ultra-low glow-mode when switched off from firefly mode, but the glow winks out within ~3 seconds. So perhaps Sunwayman revisioned the light, or perhaps not all of the lights had that characteristic. Both D40a were tested with fresh Eneloop PRO properly charged with a Powerex MC-C9000 charger operating at 300ma/h
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bumble View Post
    Hi selfbuilt very nice review thanks. i would just like to mention you have missed something out in the ui, with the light off (not in lockout) you have instant access to turbo mode by a fast double click of the power button.. and then you can switch power levels with the mode button as usual . this is a great light imo.. my ea4 now sits on the shelf.
    How is your sunwayman d40a going? Will you suggest that to others? I need a flashlight for trips to places where electricity is still not available.

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    Very interesting about this ultra-low moonlight mode. Mine has it. Easy to invoke.

    But I found a peculiarity... because I'd start with moonlight, turn off and verify ultra-low, turn back on to normal brightness, turn off... and find the ultra-low moonlight comes back on again. I reproduced it a couple times, then couldn't any more. When it did come on, clicking on the mode button once actually turned it off.

    Anyway, going on 5.5 years since release and this light still holds its own. Super end-of-year discount brought it down to $35 shipped. Seriously good value! Excellent throw and spill. NW tint is very nice. My only gripe with this light is that ramping descends rather than ascends. But everything else makes up for it.
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    I've had this for a few years now. It's really nicely made and will be useful for a long time. But since it is my most expensive (and cherished) light I rarely take it out and use it. Better use the beaten-up old ones for that. I'm a fool.

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    At first My D40A CW used to make humming sound on strobe and high modes, but the sound stopped after I reversed the battery holder direction. At some point of its life it has started to show the faint very dim LED light for a second or two after I turn the moonlight off, but then gone on its own!

    I bought it in 2014, I got the CW for use inside and around the house where colours are mostly grades of white and other synthetic colours, especially handy when I open appliance for maintenance where I need to observe many coloured wires, so the CW is perfect to distinguishing white, yellow, blue, black, gray, green .. etc.

    Mine is always fit with an Olight defuser (4mm), makes perfect beam for indoors, and the D40A is amazingly much better looking when fitted with it. I use this light a lot everyday (literally) to better illuminate so many dark and poorly lit areas for inspections, and it tail stands perfectly for ceiling bounce when needed, and the moonlight is perfect for eye sight adaptation at night times, so again it gets used every single home night in my case. Tried to take it out once belt carry in its pouch, it was not a good experience, it's a bit too heavy and wide for pocket or belt carry IMO, unlike my single cell flashlights.

    It has so many imperfections from the first day I opened it out of it's package, I'll try to list what I can remember:

    1. Ramps up in reverse, but you get used to that quickly, and was not a big deal for me at all.

    2. By nature, the XM-L2 U2 has that pale brass tint around the white hotspot, but in my case the Olight defuser eliminate it completely into a beautifully even and pure white cloud of wide beam.

    3. The highest mode 980 lm looks almost the same as the second high 550 lm, the closest I've experienced, and both of them heats the whole light very quickly, as it is often the case in small size flashlights.

    4. The battery tube from the start screws and closes-in in a different position every time I open and re close it, it's a real mystery, the threads keeps screwing deeper and deeper every time especially when freshly lubed, and sometimes they stops a lot sooner, so I opened the head plate in the first week and got inside where the driver is located, checked where it's fixed to the head mass and everything was normal, I found nothing there, so the problem remained, I just stopped opening the battery tube unless I need to recharge or change the batteries.

    5. The thin plastic buttons cover wore out and the two round buttons were shaved off leaving the under rubber that covers the electronic buttons exposed, but they look perfectly fine, only have to keep them away from water, although I think they can even withstand that the way they were chipped out in perfect fashion.


    So, a lot of history with it, all in all it's a great little and very stable light source, quick to jump to the highest output from the low when needed, it's very comfortable to hold in the hand, and the blinking modes are very variant and easy to start, bringing a lot of fun.
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    Having read the posts about the dim firefly, and to be more precise, my D40A cw still dim out of the moonlight into the dim firefly, but only for about 1 second, but, that wasn't always the case, I remember that at some point it used to turn into the dim firefly for about 7 seconds or more before it dims completely out or get too dim to be seen, but also it could be that it stayed permanent at times, as I used to quickly turn the tube to break off the circuit, or jump to low and then turn it OFF again, because I didn't like it and didn't see it as additional mode, I saw it as another imperfection because it wasn't there before, but it wasn't long before it disappeared and stopped happening, then I remember it reappeared for a while them it disappeared again somehow. One thing I did at some point is that I switched from using Eneloop's XX in this light, to Alkaline's (of known brands) in permanent fashion, and since than (years now) the dim firefly hadn't appeared noticeably since. I don't know, maybe it's not related to the batteries but that's something worth mentioning, also that I flipped the battery carrier direction a couple of times before. One thing I'm sure of, which is in the past the dim firefly used to stay lit for as long as 7 seconds before shutting off or going too dim, now it's quickly disappears in 1 second, but the Energisers are low in charge now I have to say.

    Anyway, I remembered two more negatives:

    6. The battery tube inside anodisation at the inner bottom and sides part is too thin, and into almost none existence at some spots, showing the colour of the Aluminium barely covered with faint spray of black.

    7. The battery holder is very very tightly short in hight, and changing batteries is not easy at all, and the Eneloop XX's used to make spark and smoke when pulling the last one out, or inserting the last one in. You defiantly need your nails not be trimmed, and I more often needed to use something edgy (plastic or wood) to take the first battery out, and once I chipped a tad bit of the protective sealant Blue plastic/nylon from the batteries holder circuit, luckily it didn't expose conducting parts, but it came so so close to, and that's why I started using disposable Alkalines in that light.

    I forgot to mention that the Olight diffuser filter I fit it with is the M22 warrior, and its great like it was designed for the D40A, much better than it's original look.


    P.S. In my previous post I mistaken the second high mode for 680 Lm while the correct value is 550 Lm, and between the 550 lm mode and the highest 980 Lm mide there is not much difference in output, using either fully charged Eneloop's or fresh Alkalines.

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    Love it, great flashlight, great blinking modes, in cool white and with a good diffuser, you can imitate lightning indoors on some of them very well.

    Beauty is certainly in the eye of the beholder



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