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The Electra VerC T-Board

Installation of the Electra VerC T-Board

Remove the screws holding the handgrip cover on.

Unplug all the connectors located at the top of the control board.

Remove battery.

Unscrew the screws holding the control board in place.

Remove the original control board.

If your grip does not have a hole for the lower eye botton on the T-Board, it can be removed by breaking off the brown cyclinder of the switch (not the entire switch mounted onto the board.

Insert The Electra VerC T-Board

Replace the mounting screws to secure the T-Board.

Plug membrane pad into the T-Board using the membrane adapter.

Remove the backing from the pad and stick on the back of the grip.

Plug the connectors in to the board (Power connector LAST; You MUST use the battery plug that came with the VerC. Don't use the Stock cable). you must also use the 5-pin adatper that comes with the Electra T-Board.

Use a safety pin or staple to remove the two wires for the trigger switch from the stock connector.

Then, carefully pull the wire out.

 

 

 

Plug the two wires into the adapter as shown (trigger switch removed from frame for clearity). Then plug into the T-Board.

Replace the handgrip cover.

Functionality:

The Electra T-Board function much like the stock board, however, the setting and LED functions are different. To turn on the marker, push the power button on the membrane pad. The marker is now ON and in fire mode. The color of the LED will denote the mode that the marker is in (see below). You can put the marker in Safe mode by tapping the Power button on the membrane pad once. The LED will flicker green quickly (safe Mode). To return to Fire state, tap the power button again. When the marker is turned "on", the saved settings are used. To turn off the marker, press and hold the power botton on the membrane pad until the LED turns off. The Eye(Setup) button is the lower button on the membrane pad.

Note1: When you power up your marker for the first time after installing a new chip, the LED MAY cycles through the colors very quickly. This loads the default settings, and will only happen on the first bootup of your T-Board (if ever). 

Note2: DIP switch 1 is a 15 bps lock. When ON, all modes except semi and RT will be capped at 15 bps. 

Note3: DIP switch 2 is the Tournement lock. Turn ON for tournament settings. With the Tournement lock on you will not be able to change settings or modes. 

Shot Q’ing - If enabled, when the trigger is pulled and no ball is in the breech, the marker will wait up to ¼ sec for a ball to enter the breech and will AUTOMATICALLY fire. This feature prevents “lost” shots because your fingers are faster than your hopper, and is still legal since it does not add shots. 

Force Semi Mode - If the trigger is pulled and held long enough (Force Semi Time), the marker is automatically set to semi mode and the eyes disabled. This is to guarantee the marker will function, regardless of the eye or mode.
Note: This feature is disabled on any mode that requires you to hold the trigger. (NXL, Nitro, Auto)

LBI - Your board supports LBI, the LED will flicker WHITE quickly every 3 sec to indicate your battery is low.

To disable/enable the eyes - push the eye button until the LED turns RED (disabled, ROF capped), BLUE (disabled, ROF uncapped) or GREEN (enabled). When the eyes are disabled, the marker is capped at 12bps, regardless of MROF setting.

Changing Modes of Fire
1. Hold down trigger and turn marker ON at the same time. The LED will cycle through its colors very quickly, let go of the trigger after the LEDs cycle. You are now in the Modes Menu. 
2. Simply press the trigger to cycle through the modes. The color of the LED indicated which mode you are in... 

-Red - NPPL Semi
-Green - Reactive Trigger
-Blue - 3 Round Burst
-White - Full Auto
-Red - CFOA (capped semi)
-Purple - Nitro
-Yellow - PSP Ramping
-Teal - NXL Auto

3. Once you have selected the mode you want, tap the Eye mode button, the LEDs will cycle again to indicate that your setting has been saved. 
4. The marker has returned to Live Mode with your desired mode of fire.

Adjusting Setting
With your Spyder VerC T-Board, you have full control over how your marker shoots. Below are the instructions for changing your settings. This may sound confusing at first, please read the sample below the chart. 

1. Press and HOLD the EYE button.
2. While holding the EYE button, Turn marker on.
3. Continue to hold the EYE button, the LED will flash red once, pause, then flash once again. At this time you can let go of the EYE button and you are now in Setup1 (Reference Chart Below). IF you continue to hold the EYE button after the first LED blink, and the second LED blink, it will then blink twice together. If you let go, this will bypass Setup1 and bring you straight to Setup 2. If you hold the EYE button until the LED blinks 3 times together and release the EYE button, this will restore the default settings. 
4. Once you are in your desired Setup Menu, the LED color will indicate which setting you are currently in. Pull the trigger X amount of times to set your setting. The first pull of the trigger sets the value at its minimum, each pull after that increments the value based on the chart below. 
5. Tap the EYE button to move on to the next setting. You can also ignore a setting and bypass to the next setting by not pulling the trigger, and just tap the EYE button till the LED indicates the setting you desire.  
6. When finished with your settings, you can tap the POWER button (membrane pad)to enter Live mode, from any setting or Setup Menu. If you cycle through all the settings, the marker will automatically exit the menu, and enter live mode. 
7. The LEDs will cycle quickly to indicate your settings were saved.  

Setup1

Default

Min

Max

Incrmnts

Color

ROF

15

9

29

1 bps

Red

Dwell

8ms

2

256

.5ms

Green

Debounce

5ms

0

256

1ms

Blue

Eye Delay

15ms

1

256

1ms

Purple

Force Semi

2 sec

0.5

none

.5 sec

White

Eye Type

Breakbeam

Breakbeam

Bouncebeam

toggle

RED

Setup2

         

Shot Q’ing

ON

ON

OFF

toggle

Teal

After Nitro

Semi

n/a

n/a

cycle

Purple

Trigger speed

5bps

5bps

None

1bps

Red

Trig pulls to ramp

4 pulls

2 pulls

256

1 pull

Blue

Setup3

         

Restore Default

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

Setup4

         

Eye Alignment

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

Red

 

Setup1

ROF - Firing speed of the marker - Min. 9bps -
Dwell - Time Solenoid is on - Min. 0ms - Increments 1ms
Debounce - Debounce of trigger - Min. 2ms - Increments 1ms
Eye Delay - Delay after eyes check to ensure ball is completely in chamber.
Force Semi - Time needed to force marker into semi mode - Min. Disabled - Increments 0.5 sec.
Eye Type - Type of eyes installed, Break or Bouncebeam. If no eyes installed, set to Breakbeam.

Setup2

Shot Q’ing - If the trigger is pulled and no ball is in the breach, the marker will wait for up to ¼ sec for a ball to enter the breach and then will AUTOMATICALLY fire.
After Nitro - The LED will blink Purple followed by the color of the switched mode. Pull the trigger to cycle the modes. 
Trigger Speed - Minumum Trigger pull speed to activate ramping. I.E. 5bps
Trig pulls to ramp - number of trigger pulls needed to start ramping.

Setup3 - restores default factory settings

 

Eye Alignment Tool

When in the Eye Alignment Tool, the LED will light up when the eye is properly aligned. If the eye is blocked or misaligned, the LED will NOT light. this tool is used to verify that your eyes are clean and functioning.