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Thread: Sigma Customs: Corvus

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thetasigma View Post


    calipsoii has done a superb job on the driver, it is constant current 500/900mA high on AA/14500 respectively, 1-4 modes fully programmable with 24 brightness steps, LVP, configurable step-down, switching speed, debounce, memory none/classic/hybrid, and thermal protection.
    It also has an entire separate UI that is fairly easy to switch between (20-29 clicks), a sensibly designed ramping UI for a mechanical switch. Starts at a brightness, depending on memory setup, then a click will ramp up, stopping and starting again will toggle down and so on. Ceiling/floor blink indicators, double tap for moonlight and short-long tap for turbo.
    That sounds perfect. Put me down for an SW40 please!
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    Default Re: Sigma Customs: Corvus

    I'll take the last spot, just can't decide between 219B SW45 or XP-L HI 5D 4000k.


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    I'll take the XP-L.
    Last edited by boo5ted; 06-05-2021 at 10:13 PM.
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    Interested! Probably with a sw35.

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    The list is full for now, thanks guys!

    More information will come when I start to machine these.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thetasigma View Post
    This is the "Corvus"
    Beautiful work! I like everything about it.
    Congratulations on the evolution of the design, and to those who get to use one.
    Great Driver.

    Im a fan, tics all my boxes
    Titanium, AA, Ramping UI, tailswitch, tritium, sw45k, captive clip..

    similar features to Hanko D10 sw45k:

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    Quote Originally Posted by jon_slider View Post
    Beautiful work! I like everything about it.
    Congratulations on the evolution of the design, and to those who get to use one.
    Great Driver.

    Im a fan, tics all my boxes
    Titanium, AA, Ramping UI, tailswitch, tritium, sw45k, captive clip..

    similar features to Hanko D10 sw45k:

    Thanks jon! If I'm not mistaken calipsoii designed the ramping side of the UI to act similarly to a Nitecore D10 which he was a big fan of, so there is some shared DNA there.

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    @Thetasigma
    Your inbox is full.
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    @Thetasigma
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    Cleared

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thetasigma View Post
    Cleared
    Thanks.
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