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Ego LV1.6: Default Settings

The following is a list of the factory default settings for your marker. Reference the manual as needed.

Details:
Default Settings:

Regulators:

  • LPR Output Pressure: Using a 1/8 hex key, turn the adjuster screw 1/2 turn counter-clockwise from it’s fully screwed-in position

  • SL4 Inline Regulator (HPR): Using a 1/8 hex key, turn the velocity adjuster screw 5 complete turns clockwise from it’s fully screwed-out position

Solenoid Flow Restrictors: The solenoid valve includes two restrictors (one front & one rear). They can be accessed & adjusted by removing your grips. Once removed, you'll see them as two separate dials.

  • SFR: A (Left): 12 o'clock position

  • SFR: B (Right): 12 o'clock position

Board Settings:

  • Fire Mode: Semi-Auto

    • 1 trigger pull = 1 shot

  • Rate of Fire Cap: Off

    • Rate of fire only limited by the loader

  • BS on ROF: 10bps

    • Used to set the max rate of fire

    • Only displayed if ROF CAP is set to ‘ON’

  • BS Off ROF: 10bps

    • Used to control how fast the marker cycles when the Break Beam Sensor System is disabled

Ramp Settings

  • Type: Step

    • Marker will shoot in semi-automatic mode until a number of trigger pulls, set by SEMI SHOTS, have been made at a minimum pull rate, set by KICK IN. At this point the rate of fire will step up to the maximum rate of fire as set by BS ON ROF (or the maximum loader speed if the ROF CAP parameter is set to off). Ramping is maintained as long as the user continues to pull the Trigger at a required rate set by SUSTAIN

  • Rate: 50%

    • The parameter is only available when LINEAR ramping is selected and is used to set the percentage increase in rate of fire over rate of trigger pulls

  • Semi Shots: 3

    • The number of shots in semi-automatic that are required at the KICK IN rate before ramping will start

  • Kick In: 5

    • Sets the minimum rate at which the user has to pull the Trigger in order to start ramping

  • Sustain: 5pps

    • Once the marker is ramping the user has to continue to pull the trigger at a minimum rate in order to maintain the ramping. This parameter sets this rate

  • Restart: 0.0s

    • The RESTART parameter defines the amount of time after the last trigger pull during which the ramp can be restarted with a single trigger pull. If a trigger pull occurs after the RESTART time has expired, then the other ramp start conditions have to be met before ramping will restart

Timing Settings:

  • Dwell: 11.5ms

    • Time it takes for the solenoid to energize for each shot

  • FSD Comp: 2ms

    • “First shot drop off” is a reduction in velocity of the first shot fired after an extended period of not firing and is caused by the stiction between dynamic o-rings and the surfaces that they are in contact with. In order to compensate for first shot drop-off this parameter can be set to add extra time to the DWELL parameter for the first shot

  • FSD DLY: 00:30secs

    • The time that has to elapse before the FSD COMP is applied to a shot following a previous shot

Filter Settings:

  • Debounce:  Level 5

    • The DEBOUNCE parameter is used to combat any trigger bounce that might occur

  • Empty: 4ms

    • In order for the BBSS to function correctly it must first detect that the Bolt is fully retracted and the breech is empty, and then detect that a paintball is loaded into the breech before the marker is allowed to fire

  • Full: 4ms

    • Tumbling paintballs can take time to settle in the breech before they can be successfully fired. This parameter is used to set the amount of time that a paintball has to be in the breech before the marker is allowed to fire

  • Pull TM: 6ms

    • The PULL TM parameter is used to set the minimum amount of time that the Trigger must be pulled before it is recognized as a valid trigger pull

  • Release TM: 6ms

    • The RELEASE TM parameter is used to set the minimum amount of time that the Trigger must be released before it is recognized as a valid trigger release

  • Pull PT: 85%

    • The PULL PT parameter is only available if OPTO has been selected in the Hardware menu. PULL PT defines the point at which the Trigger is considered pulled

  • Release PT: 15%

    • The RELEASE PT parameter is only available if OPTO has been selected in the Har dware menu. RELEASE PT defines the point at which the Trigger is considered released and is adjustable between 1% and 49% in 1% increments

Trigger Settings:

  • Trigger: OPTO

    • The marker is fitted with a dual trigger pull detection system. A non-contact Opto-electronic trigger sensor arrangement is used to detect Trigger movement whilst a Micro-switch is used to provide a more traditional tactile feedback for the Trigger. The TRIGGER parameter is used to select which system is used

Board/Display Settings:​

  • Sound: On

    • The marker board is capable of emitting a variety of sounds to audibly signal when certain functions have been performed, including, but not limited to, powering up, powering off, changing the BBSS mode and resetting various counters and timers. This parameter determines if this feature is switched on or off, switching it on will cause increased drain on the battery

  • Click Tone: On

    • This parameter determines if the marker emits a tone each time any of the Pushbuttons on the Navigation Console are activated

  • Backlight: 00:06secs

    • The time the LCD backlight remains on after a Pushbutton is pushed. The parameter can be set between 0 and 20 seconds

  • Red Level: 100%

    • The percentage of red light emitted from the LCD backlight

  • Grn Level: 100%

    • The percentage of green light emitted from the LCD backlight

  • Blu Level: 100%

    • The percentage of green light emitted from the LCD backlight

  • Contrast: 17

    • LCD contrast level

  • DBL Click: All

    • This parameter is used to select where double-clicking the button can be used

  • Auto Off: 20mins

    • The time that has to elapse before the marker switches itself off if not used

  • Training: Off

    • Indicates if training mode is enabled

Shot Count Settings:

  • Guage: On

    • The gauge parameter allows the user to toggle the gauge graphic on and off, in the shot counter Run Screen

  • Guage Max: 140

    • The gauge max parameter allows the user to set the number the gauge counts down from every time the marker is fired

Game Timer Settings:

  • Game: 10:10mins

    • This parameter is used to set the Game Time; the time from which the game timer counts down to zero

  • Alarm1: 1min

    • An alarm condition is generated whenever the Game Timer counts down to a specific time set by the ALARM parameter

  • Alarm2: 00:00mins

  • Start On: Button

    • This parameter is used to select the event which will cause the Game Timer to begin counting down

 

Reference the manual for details on LED light indicators and changing your default settings.

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