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Chronograph - kit

Discussion in 'Trade / Commercial sales' started by rk68, Sep 29, 2012.

  1. rk68

    rk68 Active Member

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    The chronograph module: £ 30 + shipping £ 3.
    ( chrono, 9V battery conector, PC cable connetors )

    Parameters:
    - speed ​​measuring: 4 - 500 m / s
    - power consumption: 32mA (with backlight LCD: 50mA)
    - power supply: 9V alkaline battery or AC /DC 230V / 6-16V

    Measuring functions:
    - velocity V [m / s]
    - kinetic energy E [J]
    - counter shots up to 999
    - average kinetic energy [J]
    - average speed [m / s]
    - minimum velocity Vmin [m / s]
    - maximum velocity Vmax [m / s]
    - absolute velocity | Vmax-Vmin |
    - standard deviation SV [m / s]
    - velocity in feet per second V [fps]
    - measurement rate of RoF (rate of fire)

    Additional functions:
    - setting weight of the pellet
    - function for calibration
    - a record 250 measurements
    - memory of 250 measurements (the result is stored when power is turned off)
    - data transmission to PC via RS232 calble or USB-Com
    - LCD blue backlight on/off


    Chrono2010b.jpg

    CHr_blue.jpg
     
  2. StayingProne

    StayingProne Posting Addict

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    Interesting.

    How does it attach to a rifle? Elastic bands maybe?
    Has it been tested against any other Chrono?
    Are there spares available? Many Combro Chrono's have been accidentally been shot to pieces, can you supply parts to repair this?
     
  3. bschiera

    bschiera Newbie

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    sensor info

    Can you send some foto of sensor type for measurements. Thanks.
    Can you send to Italy ?
    bye
     
  4. rk68

    rk68 Active Member

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    You can shoot holding the barrel above the bar with sensor or attach using tape, elastic bands.
    It tested and compared with other chronographs.

    I saw the chrono on Youtube.
    Test pressure regulators using the chrono.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=334L6cYwQfY&feature=relmfu

    Rate of fire:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50moJmhTbno

    Spares is avaliable. Exampe:
    photo sensor: £ 0.2 / pcs.
    Display: £ 3 / pcs.
    "L" electronic board: £ 3 / pcs.
     
  5. rk68

    rk68 Active Member

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    Chrono_parts01a.jpg
    I can send.
     
  6. simmy

    simmy Newbie

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    How much to post to UK Scotland
     
  7. Egg

    Egg Major Poster

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    Looks like £3 - we're still in the UK, for now :D
     
  8. scottish airguner

    scottish airguner Member

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    r these still for sale
     
  9. xboxmoddr

    xboxmoddr Engaging Member

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    R there any reviews on these
     
  10. Tadpole

    Tadpole Super Moderator Staff Member Mod/Admin

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    This is a three year old thread & not very active op Last Activity 22-08-2015 18:26 PM
    May I suggest you try a pm ... ;)
     
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