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KevinZA1988 wrote:
That 3x SST-20 light looks great!

Will optics fit in that light? I’m curious to see the beam pattern with that reflector.
Does it use a 20mm triple MCPCB? I guess the driver is 22mm and the battery is 21700 (not 21.7 700 lol)
Reverse clicky switch, right?

25mm PCB ,
carclo len doesnt fit .
i have design another host and PCB board for carclo lens ,

driver 22mm,it’s 7135*14 (5320mA) inside.
21.5mm inner diameter ,so some batteries are not suitable ,
i will add links of LG and Tesla 21700 (4800-5000mAH) in my store tomorrow

and it’s reverse switch

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Chatika vas Paus wrote:
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i have a problem with Crescendo UI , there is no memory function , is it because of attiny 13?

Same as in biscotti firmware. Only here is the first option.

Config mode
——————

To enter config mode, quickly tap a bunch of times until the light stops lighting up. It should be 16+ times. Then it’ll scroll through the options:

1. Memory toggle. Tap during the “buzz” to turn memory on or off.
2. Thermal calibration. Tap during the “buzz” to enter thermal calibration mode. – Light turns on at a low level: Tap now to set default temperature limit. Otherwise, wait. – Light goes to full brightness: Tap at any time to set temperature limit to the current temperature. Basically, wait until it feels hot, then tap.

So, to set a temperature limit:
- Tap 16+ times.
- Wait for the light to blink twice.
- Tap during the “buzz”.
- Wait until the light feels hot, then click to turn it off.

uhmmmm,.i tap 16+ times, but dont work…..embarrassing…

i will try attiny 25V later

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Simon,

Are you going to list flashlight hosts with batteries as well? For the custom modders you know. If you can ship a light with a battery you can probably ship a host with a battery too…

I would definitely buy a few of those combos.

Acebeam L18, Armytek Prime C1 Pro, Armytek Prime C2 Pro, Armytek Tiara C1 Pro, Astrolux MF01 Mini, BLF Q8, BLF A6, BLF FW1A, BLF FW3A, BLF FW3C, BLF LT1, Convoy L6, Convoy C8+ , Convoy S3, Emisar D4, Fireflies E07, Jaxman E2L, Manta Ray C8.2 long version, Olight S1R Baton II special edition series, S2R Baton II, Olight Baton 3, Olight Warrior Mini, Olight M2R Pro Warrior.

Most of them have been modded! =)

https://photos.app.goo.gl/JaJaDv4V838AEJf39

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Simon Mao wrote:
Chatika vas Paus wrote:
Simon Mao wrote:
i have a problem with Crescendo UI , there is no memory function , is it because of attiny 13?

Same as in biscotti firmware. Only here is the first option.

Config mode
——————

To enter config mode, quickly tap a bunch of times until the light stops lighting up. It should be 16+ times. Then it’ll scroll through the options:

1. Memory toggle. Tap during the “buzz” to turn memory on or off.
2. Thermal calibration. Tap during the “buzz” to enter thermal calibration mode. – Light turns on at a low level: Tap now to set default temperature limit. Otherwise, wait. – Light goes to full brightness: Tap at any time to set temperature limit to the current temperature. Basically, wait until it feels hot, then tap.

So, to set a temperature limit:
- Tap 16+ times.
- Wait for the light to blink twice.
- Tap during the “buzz”.
- Wait until the light feels hot, then click to turn it off.

uhmmmm,.i tap 16+ times, but dont work…..embarrassing…

i will try attiny 25V later

Just for reference, I also remember flashing crescendo in a BLF A6 driver (attiny13) and no matter the clicks, I couldn’t get to the config menu.
At the time I thought that my driver was bad so I flashed back to the original firmware, but now I am starting to see a pattern Smile

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AFAIK the Cresendo firmware made for Attiny13A is a slimmed down version of the one made for Attiny25. I don’t think the Attiny13A version has those fancy blinkies, memory and the option to toggle memory on/off.

Umm, I want lumens but I want CRI too...

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ControlTheController wrote:
AFAIK the Cresendo firmware made for Attiny13A is a slimmed down version of the one made for Attiny25. I don’t think the Attiny13A version has those fancy blinkies, memory and the option to toggle memory on/off.

To be honest, I am currently taking a look at Cresendo’s code and the only notable difference between ATTINY 13 & 25 is the amount of brightness levels that each mcu support.

@Simon Mao, maybe you can experiment with defining a different driver type (NANJG, FET_7135, TRIPLEDOWN) depending the driver you are using.

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That AAA Ti light looks fantastic.

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Hum, the AAA light looks great Wink Waiting for the AA version as well Wink

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That AAA Ti light looks fantastic.

+1 – any idea when it will be for sale? Likewise the 20 triple.

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The complete Crescendo UI code is too large to fit onto the memory space in an ATTiny 13, so TK created an condensed version for the ATTiny 13 and unfortunately the space used for the Config Menu and hence Memory Toggle were dropped.

If one spends some time whittling through the Crescendo source code, it should be possible to either set Memory On permanantly w/o toggle ability and/or trade some other features (e.g. blinkies, battery check, ramp smoothness, etc.) to restore Memory mode.. I was successful getting memory to work on two ATTiny 13 based drivers.

Seeking the light.

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Does anyone know if the S2+ clip will fit the S21 correctly?

not suitable


Is there a plan for a clip?
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The titanium alloy light is gorgeous, what’s the driver size? LED? UI?

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Reylight has an AA/14500 driver that goes Moon – Low – Med – High. With 8 taps to disable/enable memory. I wish they sold it separately somewhere.

A small Convoy light with an AA/14500 driver with low to high mode order and the ability to turn memory on and off, and very fast or no PWM would be great.

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KevinZA1988 wrote:
Simon,

Are you going to list flashlight hosts with batteries as well? For the custom modders you know. If you can ship a light with a battery you can probably ship a host with a battery too…

I would definitely buy a few of those combos.

yes, but it’s not convenient to add link in my store,
if you have this requirement ,you can PM me ,and do transaction via paypal

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Umpi2000 wrote:
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Umpi2000 wrote:
Does anyone know if the S2+ clip will fit the S21 correctly?

not suitable


Is there a plan for a clip?

stainless steel clip is suitable ,but the screws are little short

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Simon Mao wrote:

Simon, do you have plans to create a flashlight with 3*XHP50.2 or 4*XHP50.2?

Sorry for my poor english.

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Simon, do you have plans to create a flashlight for 3*XHP50.2 or 4*XHP50.2?

absolutely agree

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Simon, do you have plans to create a flashlight for 3*XHP50.2 or 4*XHP50.2?

absolutely agree


That need to be a huge light. even one XHP50.2 generates a lot heat. A triple neet to have at least L6 size head and need to run on 3-4 18650s or 21700.
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Simon, do you have plans to create a flashlight for 3*XHP50.2 or 4*XHP50.2?

absolutely agree


That need to be a huge light. even one XHP50.2 generates a lot heat. A triple neet to have at least L6 size head and need to run on 3-4 18650s or 21700.

50.2 3v
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Simon Mao wrote:
Simon, do you have plans to create a flashlight for 3*XHP50.2 or 4*XHP50.2?

absolutely agree


That need to be a huge light. even one XHP50.2 generates a lot heat. A triple neet to have at least L6 size head and need to run on 3-4 18650s or 21700.

50.2 3v

Why is that change anything? I have one in an FT03 and in an L6 and one piece makes them hot. It draws 14A.
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Simon, do you have plans to create a flashlight for 3*XHP50.2 or 4*XHP50.2?

absolutely agree


That need to be a huge light. even one XHP50.2 generates a lot heat.

In real use, turbo mode is rarely needed. The advantage is that a with 3*XHP50.2 or 4*XHP50.2 flashlight will be able to produce up to ~ 2000-2500 Lm for a long time without triggering the thermal control.

Sorry for my poor english.

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Simon Mao wrote:
uhmmmm,.i tap 16+ times, but dont work…..embarrassing…

My friend!
First of all: Attiny 13 doesn’t have internal thermal sensor.
On the other hand Crescendo doesn’t support any external thermal sensors.

Simon Mao wrote:

i will try attiny 25V later

Attiny 25 has internal thermal sensor. Thumbs Up
For Attiny 25 you must use this version of Crescendo: crescendo-25.hex

But the best option is to talk to TK. Wink

P.S. I want to say I really respect Simon. He always sent me various small things for free.
He just said: “Order something and I will add to the order what you need for free.”

Wide-hearted man. Thank you friend!

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Simon Mao wrote:
Chatika vas Paus wrote:
Simon Mao wrote:
i have a problem with Crescendo UI , there is no memory function , is it because of attiny 13?

Same as in biscotti firmware. Only here is the first option.

Config mode
——————

To enter config mode, quickly tap a bunch of times until the light stops lighting up. It should be 16+ times. Then it’ll scroll through the options:

1. Memory toggle. Tap during the “buzz” to turn memory on or off.
2. Thermal calibration. Tap during the “buzz” to enter thermal calibration mode. – Light turns on at a low level: Tap now to set default temperature limit. Otherwise, wait. – Light goes to full brightness: Tap at any time to set temperature limit to the current temperature. Basically, wait until it feels hot, then tap.

So, to set a temperature limit:
- Tap 16+ times.
- Wait for the light to blink twice.
- Tap during the “buzz”.
- Wait until the light feels hot, then click to turn it off.

uhmmmm,.i tap 16+ times, but dont work…..embarrassing…

i will try attiny 25V later

Today I checked Crescendo for attiny13 and nanjg_layout (single channel). It is indeed too big. You must remove all blinky modes and memory.
Then I checked for attiny25 and fet_7135 layout (dual channel). On the default settings everything fits. There is even thermal regulation.
It seems that you have to use attiny25.

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Simon Mao wrote:
2019/6/19

following are the photos of flashlight with 3*sst20 & Crescendo and the titanium alloy AAA flashlight


Those are nice looking fins. Can’t wait to see the 3 and 4 emitter Carclo TIR variant of the flashlight head Smile

Is this design with a 26650 battery or a 21700?

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Honestly, I prefer a triple reflector, especially if it uses an OP one.

Reflectors are more efficient than TIRs, so that’s a good thing.

My very own high current Beryllium Copper springs Gen 3:
http://budgetlightforum.com/node/67401
Liitokala Aliexpress Stores Battery Fraud: http://budgetlightforum.com/node/60547

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BlueSwordM wrote:
Honestly, I prefer a triple reflector, especially if it uses an OP one.

Reflectors are more efficient than TIRs, so that’s a good thing.

On the other hand, TIRs have more ‘creamy’ beam, that is why they are also desirable.

But as you said, this design would be even better with an OP reflector (fine/mild texture).

Even another thing, that multi emitter reflector flashlights are almost always with small reflectors for each emitter. I would also happily take one with e.g. 6 or 7 emitters, and at least 35-40 mm diameter reflector for each emitter in the flashlight head (with nearly no or just slight overlapping).

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Di_Joker wrote:
Simon Mao wrote:
Simon, do you have plans to create a flashlight with 3*XHP50.2 or 4*XHP50.2?

yes, but it needs several months

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adam7027 wrote:
Simon Mao wrote:
2019/6/19

following are the photos of flashlight with 3*sst20 & Crescendo and the titanium alloy AAA flashlight


Those are nice looking fins. Can’t wait to see the 3 and 4 emitter Carclo TIR variant of the flashlight head Smile

Is this design with a 26650 battery or a 21700?

21700 Smile

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sob4ak wrote:
Simon Mao wrote:
uhmmmm,.i tap 16+ times, but dont work…..embarrassing…

My friend!
First of all: Attiny 13 doesn’t have internal thermal sensor.
On the other hand Crescendo doesn’t support any external thermal sensors.

Simon Mao wrote:

i will try attiny 25V later

Attiny 25 has internal thermal sensor. Thumbs Up
For Attiny 25 you must use this version of Crescendo: crescendo-25.hex

But the best option is to talk to TK. Wink

P.S. I want to say I really respect Simon. He always sent me various small things for free.
He just said: “Order something and I will add to the order what you need for free.”

Wide-hearted man. Thank you friend!

thanks for you HEX file Thumbs Up

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BlueSwordM wrote:
Honestly, I prefer a triple reflector, especially if it uses an OP one.

Reflectors are more efficient than TIRs, so that’s a good thing.

i tried OP and SMO triple reflector ,the beam of SMO is better Big Smile

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