KM2 is making a new E-marker board
For those of you that remember KM2 (they essentially invented the anti-chop eye) and the old Morlock and Mini-Morlock universal boards, Curt is thinking about designing and launching a new universal/project-gun board.
Reposted from the Tinker's Guild:
If it was a generic board would it be possible to swap it from marker to marker as I sold/traded them?
Awesome. A great way to make some custom eguns again with ease
Ya for sure count me in I have a couple e marker husks that need bords but have not seen a board that I would like to run them.
Posted over there. Cheers.
I would definitely take one, multiple if it could do open and closed bolt.
Posted on other forum too....
Will it be designed to operate off a 9V or hobby lipo? Will it be able to indicate the battery level or only a low battery? If it can indicate the battery level, will it be restricted to one battery chemistry?
What are the "power channels" for?
Will there be 4 eye support? I hear you have to pay patent license fees for that. Actually, don't you have to pay who ever owns the SP patent to make these boards? That might really drive the price up?
Microswitch and HE sensor support? Electrical debounce so it's automatic and not needed in software?
Roughly what kind of 'active' quiescent current are you expecting? Will it automatically turn off after a user selected time out?
Will it be able to handle even the bigger solenoids(called clappers I think)? Don't they ramp up to like a 5amp draw?
Mini/axe solenoids are tricky in how they are driven (bipolar?). Any chance it will support these?
Sounds like the shooter's profile status will be indicated with blinky multicolor LEDs or an optional upgrade to LCD?
if it will run my g6r project i want one
I'd buy one... I feel like Scenario Dreams filled the void more than Tadao, but the T-board is back up to 'real' prices which has kept me from buying more of them. A $100 board with LCD capabilities is something I'd have need for.
Two solenoids? Like a viking or two noids like two seperate guns? or both?! Just curious.
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