Must use unprotected cells for this light to operate like the Samsung 30Q
Battery length less than 66mm too
The programming is not user adjustable
This light features copyrighted code distributed under the terms of the GPLv3.
Changes in Andúril: Commit log (instead of a changelog):
UI Diagram from ToyKeeper:http://toykeeper.net/torches/fsm/anduril-ui.png
Stable firmware from:
Bazaar Launchpad resp. http://tiny.cc/TKAndurilNewest HEX from: http://toykeeper.net/torches/fsm/
Andúril is part of a bigger framework called FSM. You can choose from different user interfaces.http://budgetlightforum.com/node/56105
The source code used on the product, or otherwise have access and modify the code.
A Youtube Video with a Andúril walk through: How to use and set up ToyKeeper's Andúril flashlight firmware from Tech-test
I am thoroughly impressed with the quality and functionality of this light. I knew it would be bright, but I was stunned by the amount of light this thing throws and the distance it will light up. I am absolutely pleased with this purchase.
I love this little light, especially the controls. I can when off, I can get to "moon" with out first turning it off. This is a great feature for when you are fiddling around in a tent and don't want to wake blind everyone. Second, I like that it's normal on mode is recall it's last mode, I'll use the medium most often. I wish my Maratac Reylight had this same logic, as it's the most flexible and easy to use.
I love the Flashlight. It is so cool! That is my new carry light from now on. It is so compact and clips right on. I would recommend this in a heartbeat.