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Ohhh ok, thanks :thumbsup:

But imho this is not so useful as a bike light! :madmax:

Quote from Cutter page:
Features include

- Two modes all 7 or 3 central in a row. set by briefly interrupting the power. No real dimming why?
- Can run up to 1000mA per XPG (this would be close to the max but you can specify a
reasonable range when ordering)
- Thermal regulation with dimming at 80C.
- 11 to 20V operation
- 8V operation at reduced power level (4 LED operating)
- Same physical diameter as PL121xxx Khaotd optic with space for two M3 mounting
holes.

Customisation is available, subject to minimum order quantities Please contact us.
This would include but is not limited to:

- Under voltage shut down or reduced power mode. this would be great
- Voltage warning with a blink. also a great feature
- Different power levels. absolutely needed, three dimming levels high/mid/low with all leds!!
- Flash modes. should not be incorporated (or available in an submenu so it does not interfere when switching the 3 standard modes)
- A Red/Blue police/emergency version (often referred to as a wig/wag) With appropriate
flashing mode.
- Amber warning version.
- Royal Blue/White for Coral Grow Applications

So, the standard version is not suitable for us, what are the minimum quantities to produce a suitable light engine for us night riding folks??
 

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Thanks WeLight.

For my biking use the following are on the essential list:
1) Adjustable dimming (reduced current = efficiency).
2) Adjustable low battery shutdown.
3) UI allows cycling between high and low without passing through either off or flashing.

On my would-be-nice list are:
4) 5S battery operation (ie 22V withstand)
5) Some sort of low battery warning.
6) A third very low power setting (press and hold to access?).
7) Low power commuting flash.
8) High power help/SOS flash.

Hope this helps.
 

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Mark2c said:
Thanks WeLight.

For my biking use the following are on the essential list:
1) Adjustable dimming (reduced current = efficiency).
2) Adjustable low battery shutdown.
3) UI allows cycling between high and low without passing through either off or flashing.

On my would-be-nice list are:
5) Some sort of low battery warning.
6) A third very low power setting (press and hold to access?).

Hope this helps.
Great points Mark! I am in too!! :thumbsup:

znomit said:
I bet you need some beta testers :ihih: :ihih: :ihih:
+1 :D
 
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