NarsilM - configurable e-switch firmware for Multi channels, v1.3

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NarsilM does not have a PID control algorithm or anything equivalent, so yes - it doesn't raise the output, only drops.

As far as I know, NarsilM does not consider the light it's running in for temp regulation and has no calibration based on the light, so it settled to 500 lumens purely by the common temp regulation algorithm it uses. I don't think TA could have tweaked that area specifically for the GT94. Could have been possible to do so, but the effort would be significant.

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Tom E wrote:

NarsilM does not have a PID control algorithm or anything equivalent, so yes - it doesn't raise the output, only drops.

As far as I know, NarsilM does not consider the light it's running in for temp regulation and has no calibration based on the light, so it settled to 500 lumens purely by the common temp regulation algorithm it uses. I don't think TA could have tweaked that area specifically for the GT94. Could have been possible to do so, but the effort would be significant.

Thank you for the explanation! Appreciate that. I thought mine was broken Big Smile 

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