Here are some of the features: - AST mode for tournament play - Automatic Timing (no more pulse settings) - Pulse override mode (for those who like to set their own pulse) - Eye timing (uses the eye to set your timing to best settings) - Anti Bolt Stick (adjustable for time and duration) - Bounce Settings - Optical Trigger Sensor - Instant on - Force eye to determine if the eye is blocked - Settings stored when gun is turned off - 4 Character Digital Scrolling LED display - Vibrating Game Timer (full setting from 0.00 to 99.99 minutes) - eye connection for TMC or DYE or GENE Eye system - includes optical trigger add on kit [P] Technical information - Fully Adjustable Rate of Fire (our board will fire at 6 times the rate of any other board on the market due to the 24khz processor and fully automatic timing) - most stock boards and aftermarket boards use a 2khz processor. - 9V input with our own "LUT" for the solenoid. This makes the marker even faster and more reliable with low battery usage. - Linkage through RS232 port (link software and encryption code required) - State of the Art microprocessor allows for tiny chip size 6 times the functionality of any other board made THIS BOARD CONTAINS FEATURES THAT ARE "ILLEGAL" TO USE IN SOME TOURNAMENTS AND WE RECCOMMEND USING THE AST MODE FOR ALL TOURNAMENT PLAY.
The Free Flow Anderson Board is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
The board only has two rates of fire semi and ramp.
The board was cool at first it got old real fast. I hate that you cant use dye grips. If you do the sun will mess with the optical eyes in the board and make it ramp at any time. The rate of fire is great and all but you have to use stock grips and you cant change the trigger.
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Precise firing, little "bounce" compared to micro-switch controlled boards. Well lit LED screen.
No longer supported. You cannot use clear grips such as stickies due to optical trigger.
This is, by far, my favorite board for the Matrix LCD. The optical sensor is probably one of the best I've used in any marker configuration. AST mode isn't needed for almost any game as the pull needed to actuate the solenoid is so minimal and precise that walking the trigger is a dream. I was able to out-shoot my hopper with fresh batteries several times throughout the first few games I played until I wound up shelling out for a Halo. I keep up with my friend's DM6 on the field and readily out-shoot most of the other mid-to-high end markers out there with the exception of the newest DM series (7) and newer Egos. AST mode (ramp) when engaged with or without the eyes activated is plenty fast. I have yet to clock the bps, but it is most definitely up there. The only issue is that the AST mode doesn't have a cap that I know of (though I will see if I can't get in touch with Ethan from freeflow to find out if there is one) so using it in x-ball and millenium rules tournaments is probably out of the question. Ethan and the crew did a great job with this board, I just wish they were still around to produce more quality products. Definitely worth picking up if you can find one in working condition used.
I find this product to be of the utmost quality with extreme precision and ease of use kept in mind. I highly recommend picking one up if you have the ability.