Software/blinkies really slow with brand new K1. Maybe toykeeper help needed

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Raub
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Software/blinkies really slow with brand new K1. Maybe toykeeper help needed
Edited by: Raub on 11/20/2020 - 20:39
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Wow thats frustrating slow. Interesting, I am curious what the deal is.

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yeah, someone said that there were speed differences between Emisar and Noctigon. There is no way it is intended to be this slow.

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Wrong fuses in the microcontroller, it runs too slow. If you have the reflashing kit there is a chance to fix it.

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I rarely ever need battery check or use the blinkies on a thrower so shouldn’t be too much of a bother

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The MCUs internal clock frequency probably isn`t set right.

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I’m wondering why you open a new thread to ask for ToyKeeper’s help.
Wouldn’t it be faster (and more appropriate) if you just send her a PM?

You are a flashaholic if you are forced to come out of the closet, to make room for more flashlights.

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Funtastic wrote:
I rarely ever need battery check or use the blinkies on a thrower so shouldn’t be too much of a bother

It’s not only the blinkout, everything will be slowed down, even the button timings.
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SammysHP wrote:
Funtastic wrote:
I rarely ever need battery check or use the blinkies on a thrower so shouldn’t be too much of a bother
It’s not only the blinkout, everything will be slowed down, even the button timings.

Ah, okay.

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I’ve noticed a slight difference between brands but something is way off there

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Toykeeper replied on reddit and has said that it probably just needs a firmware flash. Thanks for the help!

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jp9mm wrote:
I’ve noticed a slight difference between brands but something is way off there

I was wondering if it was just me or not. I noticed a difference in ramping speed between my FW1A and my D4V2. Is that due to the hardware differences or is it software? I just assumed all the manufacturers who are putting Anduril in their lights are just doing the ‘default’ settings.

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