Olight S1 Baton – User Interface

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Olight S1 Baton – User Interface
Olight S1 Baton – User Interface

From OFF
ACTION
RESULT
Click Once Power up in the mode stored in mode memory.
Click Twice Power up in High mode.

When High is activated this way, it is not stored in mode memory.
Press-and-Hold
(1 second)
Power up in Moonlight mode.

This is the only way to activate Moonlight mode.
Moonlight mode is never stored in mode memory.


When ON
ACTION
RESULT
Click Once Power off.

If High mode is stored in mode memory, 10 minutes after power off, mode memory will be set to Low mode.
Click Twice Activate shut-off timer.

Subsequent double-clicks toggle back-and-forth between 3-minute and 9-minute timer. Main beam flashes once for 3 minutes and twice for 9 minutes.

After the time interval elapses, the S1 turns off.

The shut-off timer can be used in any mode, including Moonlight and Strobe modes.

The selected interval, 3-minutes or 9-minutes, is memorized after power off. The next time the timer is activated, the memorized interval is selected.
Click Three Times Activate Strobe mode.

The strobe flashes at a constant 10Hz.

Press and hold for 1 second to exit Strobe mode, and return to the mode stored in mode memory.
Press-and-Hold
(1 second)
Cycle between Low, Medium, and High modes.

The selected mode is stored in mode memory. Press-and-hold is the only way to store a mode in mode memory.
Note: The UI on early versions of the aluminum S1 had two differences. 1. Moonlight mode was stored in mode memory. 2. After power off, High mode was never erased from mode memory.
Edited by: KeepingItLight on 03/31/2016 - 18:03
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I like it, and nice table forms for easy viewing….

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Thanks for the posting. Very useful.

I think the Olight S1 is hands down the most terrific small form factor light for 2015. Never before expected a CR123 powered light could be this small and come with such great features.

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Thanks KeepingItLight!!
aAvery informative post. I like that style.

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Handy and very nice! thanks!

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Very handy, thanks!

And I still can’t understand why the S1 does not have the usual lock-out mode. My copper version does not have the option for physically lockout by unscrewing the tail.

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Yes, it is a big minus for this otherwise great little light. Sad

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^ Yeah… I’m feeling that as well. I use the lockouts on my S15, S10, and ZL SC52w all the time. Sure with the S1 had it. At least the button is more flush than on the S10/S15.

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Just got my S1. Liking it but waiting for the night.
Not being smart or anything, but when would one want the moonlight mode???

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^ When you need some light but don’t want to kill your night vision or disturb others around you.