Alright I stumped PBN, FEP is being slow, and Inoviq is all question marks - let's see what you guys can do:
Here's the email I sent to FEP:
I'm having trouble identifying my board.
Picture of the marker: http://www.imagemirror.com/showpic.php?pic=quest.jpg
Picture of the board:
When powering the board on, I get three green flashes followed by a solid red.
When entering programming, the board flashes the sequence teal-purple-yellow-teal-white-purple-yellow-white-teal-purple-yellow-teal-purple-yellow-teal-purple-yellow before stopping at red (I may have missed some colors, it happens very quickly. I had to record it with a video camera).
The board looks like it's an Inoviq, but I've been in contact with Inoviq, and their programming mode flashes blue and purple.
Sources at PBNation.com assure me it's not a WAS board, because my board is removable.
can you help me identify the board?
And when it flashes that sequence for programming, it's FAST. I had a Canon SD60 digital camera, took a video of the light sequence in the camera's fast shutter setting, then had to step through it frame by frame on my computer (well, as best as I could in Media Player) to determine the sequence.
my local shop received this and a few other Quests (in red metallic gloss) from KEE's local warehouse here in Oregon... dunno if that means anything. I know there's a story between FEP and KEE, but I don't know what that is.
If anything I match the original manual - I think the only online copy is here
. Everything else doesn't match on at least 2 seperate issues, such as lighting sequences or features