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Chronographs

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by larrysmithking, May 25, 2014.

  1. larrysmithking

    larrysmithking Newbie

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    I've noticed that combo chronograths do'nt have a CE mark.

    Do other chronographs (chrony, CED, pro digital) or after market adapter cables with converters chips have a CE mark on them?.

    I know its illegal to sell electronic items in the EU without a CE mark.

    Is there an exemption for chronographs under the Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Guidelines?.
     
  2. Ichabod Armacost

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    Is it because they are battery and not mains powered?
     
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    That would be my reply. It's not going to be producing any electrical interference with just those little batteries powering it.
     
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    bought one of those posh ced mk2 things and still cant work out how to use the bast##d thing
     
  5. Ichabod Armacost

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    Pssssssssssssst! try reading the instructions?:D
     
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    ive read them its even got a cd instruction thing with it you dont even have to look at the screen as it will talk to you but im old and retarded and its got me flommoxed
     
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    You and me both mate!:)
     
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    Is this the jobbie you got? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wzgu_6NmJEI
     
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    firstly im amazed how you got that vid up.yes thats the evil satanic machine ive got.ican get all the velocity readings up on the screen and the averages of the shot string and all that but i cant work out how to get it to tell you how to turn it into ft lbs i have to write it down on a bit of paper and when i get home go onto a website enter the fps average the pellet weight and get it that way.now im sure you should be able to do that on the control screen thing but i cant work it out(guess im a proper dumbarse)
     
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    Naaaaaa, you aint a dumbarse, you is like me, you aint 12 years old!:D Try having a squint at the page that video is on and se if there are anymore that might give you a clue?
     
  11. Accuspell

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    It is in the instruction booklet - I normally lose the shot string when I do it though. Press Av to get the average of the string then you press the button for the energy function - it will first go to a screen to allow you to put in the weight of the pellet, then youjust press one button and it pops up.

    Like you two, I have to read the instructions every time though - even on the same day I can't remember from one time to another....and by the time I dig it out again another day I have t read the whole lot! Setting up and writing down each screen figure is my way of doing it. There is a means of plugging it into the computer and the figures get magically transferred to the computer to work out later.

    Brilliant chrono though - I shot mine 13 times the other day in a strong wind, at 50 yards....some pellets were drifiting over 6". The far sensor took several direct hits, it just left a dirty mark on the housing! The uprights for the sky screens have a few chunks out of them, but they are incredibly robust units - and you can buy each part individually should you shoot something terminally.
     

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