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Rigel Systems 40th Year Website Update

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#1 rigelsys

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Posted 23 March 2024 - 12:48 PM

To celebrate our 40th year,  we've redesigned our website for the 21st millennium :-)

 

For those of you who know our products and those of you who don't know our products,  please visit as a reminder or as a new discovery!

 

 

https://www.rigelsys.com

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#2 Xeroid

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Posted 23 March 2024 - 01:43 PM

Yup, looks a lot easier and I didn't get confused trying to figure what-goes-with-what....

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Posted 23 March 2024 - 02:13 PM

Nice website.  Functional and efficient.  Good looking too.

 

I have a recommendation for a new product... an astronomer-friendly headlamp.  There are lots of headlamps in the marketplace that typically have switches to cycle through several bright white settings and may have a bright red option.  A red-only headlamp that is continuously dimmable would be very useful for us stargazers.



#4 rigelsys

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Posted 23 March 2024 - 06:05 PM

Nice website.  Functional and efficient.  Good looking too.

 

I have a recommendation for a new product... an astronomer-friendly headlamp.  There are lots of headlamps in the marketplace that typically have switches to cycle through several bright white settings and may have a bright red option.  A red-only headlamp that is continuously dimmable would be very useful for us stargazers.

Good suggestion.  I did something along those lines some time ago,  a length of Velcro one wrap

 

https://www.amazon.c...,aps,136&sr=8-5

 

for a head band (sorry for the lengthy amazon link),  A patch of adhesive velcro loop on the side of a Starlite mini to stick to the one-wrap headband and voila a adjustable brightness head lamp :-)




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