H17F - programmable driver with full thermal regulation

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Custom GB budget flashlight? Silly

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Hi, picure of the diver doesnt show and link to manual is unavailable!!!

DrJones wrote:
Guess what programming language I used for the thermal simulation. The first to guess right will win a H17F driver.

Hahaha, good joke Big Smile
If you guess right what is the collor of footwear that I am wearing right now I’ll tell you exact prog.language used for thermal simulation … Wink

 

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very cool. I have no idea about programming languages but I’ll vote c#.

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DrJones is all hard core, he used machine language (binary code) for sure :bigsmile:

 

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Great to see you back. I’m definitely interested in getting my hands on this new driver. Your firmware is always top notch and Ive been real happy with the rgbw driver you designed.

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I guess the language used is empiric testing^^

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You used a computer language! Woohooo! (I have zero idea. Lol). Maybe ‘C’?

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101010…
That means absolutely no idea Silly

Great driver ,
beautiful, create your own modies, lowest low
and also powerfull.

I am the lucky one who got one in my BLF ti trible Nichia C
Measured 10 A with one 18650 IMR.

With one 18350 (not full) IMR over 7 A.

Reallly enjoy the low.
It is so low that I often look twice,
it is on or not.

The possabilities to programm it are really good and easy.

The thermal protection works very well.

Regards Xandre

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Driver looks great and good output with the tiny fet!

python?

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Did you use java?

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I would have guessed python, but that’s already there, so how about Go Language.

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Mathematica?

Awesome driver! Looks like you get decent power from that small FET, and since it only has to be turned ON or OFF, no need for PWM's on the FET channel, which match's well with the ATMEL's since they are restricted to 2 channels with PWM's. Amaz'n you got all that in a Tiny25. Great Job Again!!

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Assembly

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Tested and developed on arduino with c++?

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wth???

 

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Sirius9 wrote:
wth???

When was the last time you updated your Avast?   Silly

Also, check out these posts:

http://budgetlightforum.com/node/43140#comment-854893

http://budgetlightforum.com/node/43140#comment-854920

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It’s updating antivirus and other crap database automatically every day (maybe even several times)!
Anyway can someone post that pic from other host, I would like to see that driver ( I don’t understand them but I like to see them :D)

 

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Sirius9 wrote:
It’s updating antivirus and other crap database automatically every day (maybe even several times)!

It doesn't really matter, but your Avast looks a little different than mine.

At the time of this post, my Avast program is current (version 11.1.2241)

Sirius9 wrote:
Anyway can someone post that pic from other host, I would like to see that driver ( I don’t understand them but I like to see them Laughing out loud)

Here ya go.   Wink

h17f

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Unfortunately even if I were to correctly deduce the answer my post count would nullify it. Even so, I am looking forward to the arrival of the lucidrv drivers and will definitely want these new drivers when they become available for purchase.

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Assembly would have been my guess as well.

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Thermal simulation in German ? Smile
Very nice work by the way

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My guess is RPL.

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Sirius9 wrote:
It’s updating antivirus and other crap database automatically every day (maybe even several times)!
Anyway can someone post that pic from other host, I would like to see that driver ( I don’t understand them but I like to see them :D)

get a real antivirus

Old-Lumens wrote:
I love modding, but I don't have much use at all for flashlights in general.
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DanielM wrote:
get a real antivirus

Avast isn't perfect, but in my opinion, it's the best free antivirus available.   Smile

And it ain't that far behind the best commercial antivirus available.   Shocked

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raccoon city wrote:

DanielM wrote:
get a real antivirus

Avast isn’t perfect, but in my opinion, it’s the best free antivirus available.   Smile

+ 1

I agree.
When I used Windows in the past, Avast always installed on every machines I own.

One killer feature is its ability to scan computer on boot. This way Avast can kick any virus even before the Windows started.

I'm switching my BLF account into LumenZilla. Thanks!

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Matlab ?

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Could it be Lua?

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Real programmers use "copy con program.com" Smile Here's proof that it works: youtube

So I use "copy con firmware.hex" - nah, just kidding, I write my firmwares in C (AVR-GCC), but the question was about the thermal simulation, and so far no hit.

About real programmers again (from xkcd):

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since I can’t guess anymore, when will these be available? Did I miss that?

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Java?

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