Anduril 1: Configure Ramp Floor (Lowest) Brightness
This page refers to features of Anduril 1.
You may be looking for the Anduril 2 manual or Check if you're running Anduril 1 or 2.
Enable the ramp you’d like to configure
To start, make sure you’ve enabled the ramp you’d like to configure: smooth or stepped.
When the light is on in Ramping Mode, you can toggle between the ramps
Set floor to the lowest brightness (aka Moonlight)
- While still in Ramping Mode, enter:
- You’re now in Ramp Config Mode
- After the 1st blink, the light will begin a buzz (flash flickering), which signals that the light is ready to accept your input.
- The light will continue buzzing and continue through the other options of Ramp Config. You can just let it go through them without clicking any more times. When it’s gone through all the options, the light will return to Ramping Mode with a steady light.
Good work, you’ve configured your Anduril light’s Ramping Mode’s floor to use the lowest brightness. You can now sneak around the house like a creep while your partner is sleeping without shining your bright light in their sleepy eyes.
Moonlight is perfect for when you need just a little bit of light to see at night
Set floor to another brightness
If you’d like your floor to be a little bit brighter, instead of
1C as the
input above, you can click to set the level you’d like for your ramp:
The default floor level in Anduril 1 is:
- 1/150 (
1C) for smooth ramp
- 20/150 (
20C) for stepped ramp