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I wonder if there would be a big enough demand and worth your while Richard
for a 30mm 3volt E-Switch FETDD driver with the Manker U21 and UTorch UT02 and now the Convoy L6 single cell tube coming out in a couple days? Wink

I would take 5 right off the bat! Big SmileThumbs Up

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Will XP-G2 bare LED’s, specifically 5A3 be returning to stock? I would like a quad star with 2 5A3 and 2 3D’s on it…

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Richard, which version of the ATtiny13 MMU do you have in stock? Your listing for the MCU shows a picture of the 20-pin, but doesn’t really say which it is. All of your tiny FET drivers appear to use the footprint of the 10-pin chip.

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DavidEF wrote:
Richard, which version of the ATtiny13 MMU do you have in stock? Your listing for the MCU shows a picture of the 20-pin, but doesn't really _say_ which it is. All of your tiny FET drivers appear to use the footprint of the 10-pin chip.

10-pin.  MMU are all 10 pin. 

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Thanks!

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Thanks!

Thanks for letting me know.  I also fixed the picture.

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Thanks for letting me know.  I also fixed the picture.

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I’ve been wondering about your firmware choices as well. You don’t really have BLF-inspired firmware choices on your site. Maybe you’ve mentioned this before and I’ve missed it? I did see Bistro listed for the ATtiny25. Would you flash a specific firmware from here if it were asked for by name on the order? I’m thinking about Biscotti for the ATtiny13a MMU. That would be perfect for the light I’m hoping to mod soon. It’s the compact version of Bistro that fits in the tiny13 memory space. ToyKeeper made it for Convoy to use in their standard (single channel linear regulated) drivers.

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cpuld someone order me an extra XPL V2 5A2 bare LED and send it in a letter taped in an cardbox
regular shipping is twice as expensive as the emitter

Good point.

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5” parabolic reflector (for recoil light)

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I need to get Biscotti added to the lineup, but haven't had the time quite yet.  Things have been busy around here. 

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I need to get Biscotti added to the lineup, but haven’t had the time quite yet.  Things have been busy around here. 


Thanks. I understand that you’re busy. I don’t want to add to your stress or anything. Is it a matter of just not having it up on the website? I’d be happy to pay for one of the other choices from the drop-down and just put the request for Biscotti in the order comments, if that would work. Alternatively, I’m not in a super hurry. If it’s gonna be a few days, I can just wait. Innocent
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Ok… so we need to stop buying from the store for a few days and let Richard and his lovely wife catch up! Beer

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Convoy S2+, 6*7135, XM-L2 3D, 10 degree TIR, PilotDog lighted tailcap.
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I need to get Biscotti added to the lineup, but haven't had the time quite yet.  Things have been busy around here. 

Thanks. I understand that you're busy. I don't want to add to your stress or anything. Is it a matter of just not having it up on the website? I'd be happy to pay for one of the other choices from the drop-down and just put the request for Biscotti in the order comments, if that would work. Alternatively, I'm not in a super hurry. If it's gonna be a few days, I can just wait. O:)

The website is the easy part...I need to compile and test it on a few different drivers first to make sure it's just right.  

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I need to get Biscotti added to the lineup, but haven’t had the time quite yet.  Things have been busy around here. 


Thanks. I understand that you’re busy. I don’t want to add to your stress or anything. Is it a matter of just not having it up on the website? I’d be happy to pay for one of the other choices from the drop-down and just put the request for Biscotti in the order comments, if that would work. Alternatively, I’m not in a super hurry. If it’s gonna be a few days, I can just wait. Innocent

The website is the easy part…I need to compile and test it on a few different drivers first to make sure it’s just right.  


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On your 17mm and 20mm fet-only drivers it shοuld be working as is . Just saying Smile

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On your 17mm and 20mm fet-only drivers it shοuld be working as is . Just saying :)

Not necessarily.  The mode switch timing may be off, the LVP will definitely be off.  It would run, but it wouldn't be right.  

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On your 17mm and 20mm fet-only drivers it shοuld be working as is . Just saying Smile

Not necessarily.  The mode switch timing may be off, the LVP will definitely be off.  It would run, but it wouldn’t be right.  

Of course Smile . These need quite some time , test – reprogram – test again , and you have to do it for a lot of different drivers …

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Hi all. Approximately how long would it take between ordering and shipping if I order three MTN, FET+7135 drivers? (These are in stock at the moment.) I ask because I have a small window where I can ship to a friend in the US and if that can’t happen, I’ll have to ship to a different address which will take a month or so to get to me. Hahahahh!

Thanks! Big Smile

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Hi all. Approximately how long would it take between ordering and shipping if I order three MTN, FET+7135 drivers? (These are in stock at the moment.) I ask because I have a small window where I can ship to a friend in the US and if that can't happen, I'll have to ship to a different address which will take a month or so to get to me. Hahahahh! Thanks! :D

If you ordered today they should ship tomorrow, unless you want something custom like custom firmware (that might take until Monday or Tuesday).

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eebowler wrote:
Hi all. Approximately how long would it take between ordering and shipping if I order three MTN, FET+7135 drivers? (These are in stock at the moment.) I ask because I have a small window where I can ship to a friend in the US and if that can’t happen, I’ll have to ship to a different address which will take a month or so to get to me. Hahahahh! Thanks! Big Smile

If you ordered today they should ship tomorrow, unless you want something custom like custom firmware (that might take until Monday or Tuesday).

I have to hand it to Richard, and family. I have never had an order not ship next day, except maybe Sunday Thumbs Up and some ship same day.

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Do you know how long shipping to Germany takes normally, I ordered 2 XHP35 Hi on 8. Dez. and nothing received yet

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LOVELY!! Thanks Rich!

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Do you know how long shipping to Germany takes normally, I ordered 2 XHP35 Hi on 8. Dez. and nothing received yet

Usually 1-3 weeks.  You can check the tracking number you received along the way, although looking at the tracking your package has taken the long route there.  Unfortunately, there is nothing we can do to speed things up once the post has the package. 

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Hi,

do you still offer Qlite drivers with guppydrv V2 firmware? I need a driver with “Strobe only” but on your website only V1 is listed.

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Hi, do you still offer Qlite drivers with guppydrv V2 firmware? I need a driver with "Strobe only" but on your website only V1 is listed. Regards Kenjii
No.  They were never offered with any other guppydrv than what you see listed.  

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Morning Richard. I sent a PM with a request. I apologies for the terrible timing. Facepalm

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I need a driver with “Strobe only” but on your website only V1 is listed.

I know it’s not quite the same, but guppydrv’s Group #9 is Strobe – 100%, no memory. If you used that, the light would come on in Strobe mode all the time, and could then also be used as a flashlight if needed.

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I think i found what i searched for. An old FET driver has the option for guppydrv Rev. 2. I am going to order that one instead of the Qlite.

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Richard, do you have an idea when you’ll get more 22ga silicone wire in stock? Your listing says you only have 3ft remaining, and I need more than that. Big Smile

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Richard, do you have an idea when you'll get more 22ga silicone wire in stock? Your listing says you only have 3ft remaining, and I need more than that. :D

I've been sicker than a dog today yell, but when I get out there tonight I'll check and see if I have any extras laying around (I usually keep some extras in case I need some for drivers or lights!) 

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Richard, do you have an idea when you’ll get more 22ga silicone wire in stock? Your listing says you only have 3ft remaining, and I need more than that. Big Smile

I’ve been sicker than a dog today yell, but when I get out there tonight I’ll check and see if I have any extras laying around (I usually keep some extras in case I need some for drivers or lights!) 


Thanks Richard. I hope you get to feeling much better soon! I was looking to buy about 10 feet. I need a couple lengths of 3 feet at a minimum. So, if you have even one more piece of 3 feet or more, plus what’s listed as three feet, I could do with that for now.
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