Emisar D4v2: Setting Ramping Mode Brightness Memory

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.

When you first turn on the Emisar D4v2, the flashlight is set to the same level every time. Even after changing the brightness, after you turn it Off with a Click, when you turn it back on with another Click, you’ll be brought back to the original brightness. This is the Manual Memory setting for Ramping Mode.

Alternatively, you can also setup the ramp to remember the last brightness you used with Automatic Memory.

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Automatic Memory

Automatic Memory sets the brightness to be the same as the last time you turned it Off.

To setup Ramping Mode’s memory to be set to Automatic Memory:

  1. Turn on the light into Ramping Mode (1 Click from Off). The light should be on now.
  2. Hold to increase or decrease the brightness of the light to your desired level.
  3. 5 Clicks, but hold the last click will activate Automatic Memory and save the current brightness.
  4. The light will make a quick flash to confirm that you’ve set the memory.

Manual Memory

If you would rather always have the same brightness every time you turn on your light, you can switch back to Manual Memory.

To setup your Ramping Mode’s memory to be set to Manual Memory:

  1. Turn on the light into Ramping Mode (1 Click from Off). The light should be on now.
  2. 5 Clicks will activate Manual Memory.
  3. The light will make a quick flash to confirm that you’ve set the memory.

Which is better?

I personally prefer Automatic Memory. It’s easy enough with the ramping interface to be able to quickly move from Floor to Ceiling. That said, if you last turned it to Off at a higher brightness, you could accidentally blind yourself. Hey, but we all know the risks of owning a bad-ass flashlight. If you can’t handle it, keep it in Muggle Mode.


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