Os by Petzl : What is the difference between constant and declining mode?
- Constant: the main advantage of constant lighting is that it offers stable performance over a specific battery life. This way, the user knows that the brightness and lighting distance will not decrease during this period.
- Declining: by comparison, traditional (declining) lighting is very bright at the beginning, weakens greatly about twenty to thirty minutes later, then continues to decrease until the batteries have been drained. This mode offers the best compromise between lighting distance and battery life.
Other questions :
- Which rechargeable batteries are compatible with my headlamp?
- Are the rechargeable batteries and accessories for first-generation NAO headlamps compatible with NAO and NAO + headlamps?
- Is the ACCU REACTIK, REACTIK + rechargeable battery compatible with the TIKKA R+, TIKKA RXP?
- Can I use my connected headlamp without the MyPetzl Light app?
- I can’t put the lamp on my helmet: what should I do?
- Can I use my lamp while road biking?
- What precautions should I take on an airplane?
- How does my lamp perform when using regular batteries?
- Does the lamp perform as well at very low temperatures?
- Are all USB chargers compatible with NAO headlamps?