WRATH T-BOARD SPECS:
Unlimited* firing rate
Tournement legal (Semi-auto only)
Breakbeam eye Eye can be disabled on the fly (i.e. during play)
1 million trigger pull checks per second
Fully adjustable dwell
Fully adjustable eye delay
Adjustable eye sensitivity
Classic and automatic modes
Saves settings when turned off
Setting to align eye during installation Eye Alignment Tool?
Upgradable Microcontroller (Ramping and Pro chips coming soon)
120 day (4 month) limited warranty against defects
30 day money back guarantee
For markers without stock eyes, it is recommended that the eye be installed by a certified airsmith or someone familiar with the operation of the marker. There is also a setting that will aid you with aligning the eye.
*Limited by the CPS of the marker
WHAT DOES THE T-BOARD DO?
1. The stock board is capped at 20BPS, the T-board has no cap. If some magical gun was capable of firing 100BPS, the T-board would keep up.
2. Adjustable dwell. Dwell is how long the valve stays open on the solenoid. Adjusting this to the lowest possible setting (while maintaining stable operation and consistent solenoid activation) will make the marker as air efficient as possible and will increase the possible CPS (cycles per second).
3. Adjustable eye delay. You can adjust how much time it takes for the board to fire after a ball has been detected in the breech. This helps with chopping and should be set higher for slower hoppers and set very low for Halos, Reloader Bs and Q-loaders.
4. Debouce adjustments. This setting allows you to increase or decrease the number of times the board will recognize a trigger pull per second. By lowering this setting you increase the possible BPS, by raising this setting you begin to limit the BPS. Lowest settings of 1 or 2 will allow for INSANE rates of fire due to bounce caused by the recoil of the marker. This is not legal, but it sure is fun. Set the debounce low enough to get good rates of fire, but high enough so you don't experience "bounce".
5. Eye sensitivity adjustment. Allows you to increase or decrease eye sensitivity. The lower the sensitivity, the more battery you will conserve, but darker paintballs need a higher sensitivity setting.
6. Upgraded breakbeam eyes.
7. Upgradable chips. A ramping and Pro chip are due out soon. The ramping chip allows- well, ramping. This is when the board recognizes a preset BPS attained by the user and "ramps" the rate of fire up to another preset BPS. Ie YOU pull 10BPS and the board then tells the marker to fire at 25BPS or whatever you decide to program it at. The other upgrade chip will allow burst, full-auto and reactive trigger modes. Reactive mode fires the gun 2x per trigger pull- once when you PULL the trigger and once when you RELEASE the trigger. This effectively DOUBLES your skill at walking the trigger. ALL of these extra modes are ILLEGAL for touneaments, but a heck of a lot of fun to use against your friend with a stock tippmann 98. The T-board without these upgrade ships is totally touney legal, it is semi-auto ONLY. Hope this FAQ helps...
When this product does come out, keep the posts about it in this thread for easy reference, thanks!
UPDATE 2/26/05: IMPORTANT!!! The Dragun T-board is NOT a true drop in upgrade, modifications and soldering are required as follows:
1. Resoldering the stock capacitor to the T-board
2. Removal of button membrane on back of trigger frame
3. Removal or modification of stock eyes to fit the 4 pin connector
These problems/complications/modifications will NOT be present on the Diablo Wrath T-board when it is produced.
UPDATE 3/18/05: Wrath T-board release pushed back until April due to Damon not being able to find the right size capacitor. If you know a company that makes a 1" cap, let us know!