Smasher of Keyboards
Join Date: Sep 2006
Location: St. Louis - IL Side
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all of the programming information is now here
ill change colors and stuff later to make it pretty
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LED Colors and Meanings
The LED used by the LEGEND can light up in one of 3 colors. The LEGEND uses this to indicate to the user when certain
events are occurring. This is a breakdown of what the LED states represent:
Blinking Green (once per second)
Normal operation, anti-chop system is enabled,
Eye Mode 2 (rate of fire capped at user preset).
Blinking Green (twice per second)
Normal operation, anti-chop system is enabled,
Eye Mode 3 (unlimited rate of fire).
Blinking Orange Normal operation, anti-chop system is disabled.
Blinking Red Battery is low.
Red/Green Toggle There is an error with the anti-chop system (Eye
Mode 3 only)
Flickering Green Object is detected in the breech.
Some tournament series may call for a tournament lock on the electronics. This means that you my not be able to change
certain settings during league play
To put the LEGEND into tournament lock mode
1. Turn the LEGEND off.
2. Remove the left grip panel and circuit board.
3. On the back of the circuit board there a five pins, starting with one at the top and five on the bottom.
4. Use a small piece of wire and short pins 2 to 5.
5. While holding the wire on pins 2 and 5, turn the power on. The LED will light up green,
orange, red in that sequence.
6. Let it run through the sequence a few times and turn the power off.
7. Now you MUST remove the battery and wait a 5 seconds.
8. Replace the battery, circuit board and grip panel.
9. When you turn the LEGEND back on the LED should blink slowly red, instead of green.
The Dwell, Debounce, Eye Mode, BIP Delay, MROF Cap, Eye Power and Firing Mode functions are programmable by
following these instructions:
1. Turn the LEGEND off.
2. During programming, make sure that your marker has a barrel-blocking device in place
and the air/nitrogen supply is disconnected. Although it is not possible to fire the marker
while in the programming mode, it is always good to practice safe marker handling.
3. Pull the trigger and hold it in the back position.
4. Now turn your LEGEND on by pressing the button on the back of the trigger frame.
During this time the LED will light up green.
5. Now release the trigger. The LED will change to red. The marker is now in the trigger-programming mode
By pulling and releasing the
trigger, the LED will change
color, advancing to the next
programming feature. This is
known as the Programming
Menu. The following colors
equate to the feature selected:
Solid Red Dwell Programming mode.
Solid Green Debounce programming mode.
Solid Orange Eye Mode programming mode.
Flickering Red Ball In Place Delay (BIP Delay) programming mode.
Flickering Green Rate of Fire (MROF) cap programming mode.
Flickering Orange Eye Power programming mode.
Orange Firing Mode programming mode.
6. Once you have reached the last feature (alternating green/orange), an additional trigger pull will start the sequence over again.
7. When you decide which programming mode you want to change, pull the trigger and hold it until the LED goes out, then release the trigger.
8. There will be a 2 second pause, and then the LED will flash the same color of the programming mode you are in (red=Dwell, green = Debounce, orange= eye mode, etc.)
The LED will flash corresponding to the number associated with that feature. For example, if you are in the Debounce programming mode and the settings are factory default at 10ms, you should see the LED flash green 10 times in a row, indicating the Debounce is set to 10 ms. The flashing of the LED shows you the current setting before you change it.
9. Once the LED is done flashing, there is a 5 second time period to begin programming the new setting. To change the setting, pull and release the trigger the number of times equal to how you wish to program the feature. On each pull of the trigger, the LED will light up (indicating the pull was detected). If you decide not to change the feature setting, simply do not touch the trigger at all for 5 seconds. The LED will then blink green/red alternately to indicate there was a programming error, and then go back to the programming menu. The feature setting will not be changed.
10. Once you have pulled and released the trigger the number of times you wanted the feature setting to be, do not touch the trigger. After 5 seconds, the LED will flash a rainbow of colors indicating that the feature setting change has been detected. After this, the marker is in the programming menu again.
11. If you programed a feature outside of its specifications the LED will blink green/red alternately indicating that there was a programming error.
Trigger programming for the changing the dwell is different than any other feature as there are two steps involved instead
of one due to allowing for .1 ms increments.
1. After selecting the Dwell programming feature, and once the LED stops flashing you can now pull and release the trigger once for every full 1ms of time you want the dwell to be.
2. Once you have pulled the trigger the number of times that you want the full milliseconds to be, after 2 seconds pause the Led will blink orange and then off.
3. You can then pull the trigger again, but this time with each trigger pull being 1/10th of a millisecond.
The default Dwell is 10.0ms. The lowest Dwell time is 4.0 ms and the longest allowable time is 50.0ms.
According to the solenoid valve manufacturer, the dwell should never be below 6.0ms for proper operation. Each valve will vary, due to
Pull and release the trigger once for every 1ms of time you want the setting to be. For example, if you were programming the debounce to 6ms, you would pull and release the trigger 6 times. The default Debounce setting is 10ms.
Pull and release the trigger the number of times necessary to set the Eye Mode to what you want to use.
The following is a list of possible Eye Modes and the flashes (also trigger pull required):
1 flash - Eye Mode 1 (Bypassed mode)
2 flashes - Eye Mode 2 (uses MROF cap)
3 flashes - Eye Mode 3 (monitors bolt) also known as force Mode
4 flashes - Eye Mode 4 (Simulate mode)
If you pull and release the trigger more than 4 times, then the LED will toggle green/red alternately to indicate there was a programming error, and then go back to the programming menu. The default Eye Mode is 3
The BIP Delay is a programmable time delay between when the eye sensor first sees the ball until the bolt starts its forward travel.
Pull and release the trigger once for every 1ms of time you want the setting to be. For example, if you were programming
the BIP Delay to 5ms, you would pull and release the trigger 5 times. The default BIP Delay setting is 3ms.
Pull and release the trigger once for the number of times you want the Max. Rate of Fire (MROF) cap to be. For example, 20 pulls/releases would be 20 bps MROF. The MROF cap is only used with Eye Mode 2. In Eye Mode 3, the max. rate of fire is unlimited. The default MROF cap is 20 bps.
Pull and release the trigger once for the number of times you want the Eye Power to be. Each trigger pull/release represents a level increase. So, a setting 5 would make the eye more powerful (able to see through liquid paint) than a setting of 4. Higher values use more battery power. The default Eye Power is 20.
Pull and release the trigger the number of times necessary to set the Firing Mode to what you want to use.
The following is a list of the possible Firing Modes and the flashes (trigger pulls required):
1 flash = Semi-Auto (NPPL Legal)
2 flashes = 3 shot ramping (PSP Legal)
3 flashes = 3 shot full auto (NXL Legal)
If you pull and release the trigger more than 3 times, then the LED will flash green/red alternately to indicate there was a
programming error, and then go back to the programming menu. The default Firing Mode is 1.
1. Once you pulled and released the trigger the number of times necessary to set the function, wait a few seconds. The LED will flash red/green/orange in rapid succession (numerous times) to
let you know that the new setting has been saved.
2. After this, the LED will return to the color representing what the current programming menu item is. At this point, you can once again pull and release the trigger to toggle between Dwell, Debounce, Eye Mode, Etc.
You can perform a complete reset, and restore all of the settings to the factory defaults. To do this, just hold down the trigger for a full 6 seconds. It does not matter what programming mode you are in. The LED will start flashing red, letting you know that a reset operation is being performed. After this occurs, you will be back to the programming starting point.
DO NOT release the trigger until you see the LED flashing red of the reset will not occur.
ill add the rest later
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