Seven Firing Modes:
Semi Unlimited (NPPL legal)
PSP 3 Ball Burst: three semi, then three shots per pull, after one second idle, return to three semi
NXL STYLE: three semi, then full auto, after one second idle, return to three semi
Millenium: three semi, ramp to rof, after one second idle, return to three
Programmable Ramp: semi until adjustable ramp starting point is reached,
then rof scaled by adjustable ramp rate until rof is reached.
Other Adjustable FEATURES:
Adaptive Trigger Debounce
FSDO (first shot drop)
Ramp Starting Point
Tournament Lock Toggle Switch
Can program board without opening grip
Low battery indicator
Smooth chop free operation even at extreme rates of fire
The NoX Promaster NoX Board is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
More Modes + increased programability, trigger debounce etc..
Manual is not a clear as it should be
I received the Nox board in the mail yesterday. It came blister packed in an anit-static bag (nice touch). The install was simple, a 1 on a scale of 1 to 10 for difficulty. Unscrew the two screws in the micro switch from the stock board and unplug it. Put the Nox board in and plug it in and screw it down, done. That was the simple part. The Programming took some time to get used to. Once you figure out the way it works its quite straight forward. Look on the Internet in forums and I got quite a bit of information on the process to program it, that way it took less time to figure it out.
Test firing - Well when I go the board my thoughts were more programmability and better eye logic, well that's not all I got. Aired and loaded this board is a rock solid paint shooting beast. Steady and fluid firing, combined with the ability to program trigger debounce (mechanical + Adaptive), paint debounce (ball settles in the breach) and eye modes (3 in all) makes this board far better than the stock. It is also price to compete with the other boards out there for the promaster.
Great aftemarket board for the ICD Promaster. The short commings in the manual are made up for when you fire this board up in your marker. Because of the manual I scored this product a point lower than it should be but don't let that stop you from getting it, its a must for the Promaster.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, May 26th, 2007 at 5:22 am PST