Is a devise used to measure power and rate of fire of a projectile firing Airsoft / Paintball.
The Evike.com Computer Chronograph is designed with affordability, portability and performance in mind. It is compact, easy to use and accurate! This Chronograph is a re-design of a popular previous model, with a more advanced circuit board and a MUCH better battery pack. Tr
The built in extra large LECD liquid crystal display secures good visibility in all light conditions. Built-in energy saving design will allow this device to work for you when you need it to. The Evike Chrono-II is packed with a high capacity rechargeable lithium polymer battery pack and bi-pod adapter.Features:Measures Muzzle Velocity from 30 FPS ~ 1200 FPS.Replaceable Li-Po batteryCalculates Muzzle Kinetic Energy from 0.01~999 Joule.Measures RPS (Rounds Per Second).Compact and ergonomic rigid design.Extra large LED display for indoor, outdoor, day light and night time.Extreme power saver function (Auto shut down in 2 minutes).Built-in rechargable battery for long lasting performance.Tripod Ready mounting holes (Screw for standard camera / camcorder tripods.)Extra large tube diameter for both Arisoft and paintball velocity measurement.Memory Slots for various bullet weight and caliber.Reinforced internal wall to prevent bb damage.Waterproof for paintball.High Class Digital LCD Backlight Display (Most models in current market are with cheaper LED display).Application:
To measure muzzle velocity of 6mm devices, Air gun devices under 1200 FPS, 8mm devices and paintballCompatibility:
6mm, 8mm and paintballModes:
Joules, FPS and M/SPackage Includes:
Chronograph, Barrel Adapter, ChargerManufacturer:
Evike.com / OEM: UFC Japan.Charger:
AC 110-120V 7.2V Charger included. Please use ONLY the supplied charger.Chronograph FAQ
To properly use the Chronograph, please be sure the muzzle of the gun you wish to test does not extend beyond the first sensor of the device. The first sensor begins where the included silver shroud ends. The FPS reading is achieved by taking the time elapsed between the two built-in sensors.
The ideal distance to hold the muzzle is just inside of the silver shroud.
When measuring for FPS, please be sure to allow for at least a one second pause between shots for the sensor to calculate and display the FPS measurement. Firing too quickly before the measurement is displayed will cause the chronograph to cease measurement of the previous shot and begin measurement of the most recent shot.
When firing through the chronograph, please be sure the gun is aimed straight. If the trajectory of the BB is angled or is deflected off the inside walls of the chronograph, it may cause the measurement to be inaccurate.
The digital display may appear to be brighter at the bottom and slightly dimmer near the top and edges. This is normal as the design of the chronograph has the backlight at the bottom of the screen.
The chronograph digital display may appear to be scuffed/scratched. The scuffs and scratches are actually on the protective film placed over the display. Simply peel away the film to reveal your display.
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(Write a review)
"I love this Chronograph!
I had very bad luck with a less expensive one, and compared to that, this one is awesome.
Granted... That is not saying much, but I can't fault this device for anything. It is accurate to the best of my capabilities to tell, it works, works well, rarely misses catching the BB speed, and is very inexpensive. Kind of in the "can't loose" category to me.
"Nice and compact, looks good, and works as expected.
"Not a great chrono, but it works, sorta. It's really light sensitive and I haven't really figured out what lighting scenario is best for it. By default, the readings are not very consistent and can vary +/-15fps. It becomes much more consistent if you shine a flashlight into the sensor area to brighten things up. Doesn't matter if it's noon or dusk, direct or indirect lighting - the flashlight is the only thing that really works. It's one of the cheaper chronos you can get, but still for $70USD, I'd hope it'd be consistent without me having to awkwardly hold a flashlight onto the sensors. It's better than nothing, but I'm looking into mounting a small white LED into the reading area with a watch battery and a switch to make it reliable.
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