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Just received my red and green S2+‘s from RMM and the switches seem to be set deep enough in the metal flange to make activation difficult. Anyone open theirs up to address this?

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Rufusbduck wrote:
Just received my red and green S2+‘s from RMM and the switches seem to be set deep enough in the metal flange to make activation difficult. Anyone open theirs up to address this?

Don’t have this problem, but these are as easy as the regular tail caps to disassemble.
Just remember that the ring probably has left-hand (reverse) thread.

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This “on time memory” sounds like a really bad idea to me. I thought it was a bug: normally it is like that
- Turn on the switch: if the light has been OFF for more than 2 seconds turn on in the last mode, otherwise turn on in last mode+1.
Instead the S2+ works this way:
- Turn on the switch: if the light has been ON for more than 2 seconds turn on in the last mode (regardless of how much time the light has been off, either 100 ms or 2 days) otherwise turn on in last mode+1.

Is there any way to mod this behaviour (apart from reflashing the whole driver) or even just disable the memory? It just drives me crazy.

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fedcas wrote:
This “on time memory” sounds like a really bad idea to me.
NANJG drivers have always had on time memory.

Off time memory isn’t always perfect either. The time needed to lock in memory varies when the driver is hot vs cold, particularly in higher amp lights and those that don’t use the best quality off time capacitor.

fedcas wrote:
Is there any way to mod this behaviour (apart from reflashing the whole driver) or even just disable the memory?
Nope. Not without reflashing.
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Halo… wrote:
NANJG drivers have always had on time memory.

uh, I didn’t know that, thanks

Halo… wrote:
Nope. Not without reflashing.

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