Emisar D4v2: What is Muggle Mode in Anduril UI?

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Muggle Mode is a safety feature of Anduril UI.

Much like how a pocket knife can be unsafe to give to just anyone, it can be dangerous to hand an untrained user an Anduril flashlight like the Emisar D4v2. Of course, the light can get incredibly bright and blind the user, but it can also get so hot so fast that it can start fires. Strobe Mode, can at the least disorient someone, but at the worst, it can trigger seizures. This flashlight’s no joke.

Sometimes, you need to hand your flashlight over to someone to use, but it may not be safe to allow them to use all the features of the D4v2. In these cases, it’s recommended that you set the flashlight into Muggle Mode.

From the Anduril UI manual:

This is a simpler and less-bright interface which makes the light relatively safe to lend to children or other people who could use the light unsafely.

The brightness in this mode usually goes from about 10 lm to 300 lm.

Muggle Mode Features

  • Turn the flashlight on/off with 1 Click
  • Change brightness with Hold, but cannot get up to turbo
  • Exit Muggle Mode with 6 Clicks
  • Stays in Muggle Mode even after removing/replacing the battery

What is a Muggle?

The term is made most widely known from Harry Potter:

The term Muggle is sometimes used in a pejorative manner in the novels. Since Muggle refers to a person who is a member of the non-magical community, Muggles are simply ordinary human beings without any magical abilities and almost always with no awareness of the existence of magic.

Thus, this mode is appropriately named: those who have yet to be illuminated by the power of Anduril cannot see the power that lay right in front of them–if only they were able to see it.

Other safety features of Anduril/Emisar D4v2