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Old 12-01-2003, 09:03 AM #1
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Basic WAS programming guide.

I am essentially giving you the basic information off of so you can get your marker quickly tuned to the way you like it.

To enter programming mode do the following:

1. Switch off your marker.

2. Pull the trigger and do not release.

3. Switch the marker on.

4. Release the trigger, the LED will turn red.

5. Pulling the trigger cycles through red, green, orange in that order.

6. To enter into any of the modes, hold down the trigger, wait for the LED to turn blank, the LED will now begin flashing whatever color you chose showing you the number of the setting. (For example, if you hold the trigger down on orange, the LED will flash 2 times by default, showing you that it is in delayed mode)

7. After the LED stops flashing, you may change the setting to your liking by pulling the trigger that number of times. (If you want to change the eye mode to simulation for example, pull the trigger 4 times.)

8. The led will flash red, green, orange quickly when the operation is a success!

9. Being ripping!

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Old 12-01-2003, 09:40 AM #2
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so you just took the info off of the site and put it into a handy dandy little color coded guide?


could it even be stickie worthie?
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Thanks! This will come in handy when my new viking from OTE arrives. Hopefully soon! *crossing fingers*
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Nice. I made a little cheat sheet before to keep in my gear bag.

You may want to add what all the different blink sequences and status lights mean too.

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Old 12-02-2003, 12:14 AM #5
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so bassiclly its to set the bps or debounce higher or lower ? or am i wrong
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Old 12-02-2003, 12:20 AM #6
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That's one of them, you can also change between eye modes and adjust dwell settings.
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Old 12-02-2003, 12:29 AM #7
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to adjust dwell for like a quick fix for a FSDO

and debounce for fun or safety reasons

and eyes of course if you wanna dry fire or be chopless (excluding barrel breaks)
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Old 12-02-2003, 01:11 AM #8
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I added this to the faq.
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In the instructions you have it states the you can adjust the dwell with the trigger and this will increase velocity - is this tourny legal?

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Old 12-03-2003, 08:52 AM #10
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I think you should include the Equalink programming tips and guide. That info is harder to come by. I had to search a bit to find out how to get the software to detect the equalizer board. And all those extra settings? There is no in depth description of what they do (i haven't found anyways). There is no manual for equalink, but there is already a basic programming instructions through the trigger.

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