Sports Sensors Paintball Radarchron
Safety is of paramount importance in the sport of paintball, and keeping markers shooting paintballs at a safe speed is an essential part of paintball safety. All fields and tournaments have limits on maximum paintball speed, and these guidelines need to be followed by recreation players playing in unsupervised areas. Tournaments and fields have check-in stations where markers are chronographed for paintball speed before play. However, markers can "get out of tune" during play and exceed paintball speed limits.
Keep your paintball marker operating safely with the Paintball Radarchron from Sports Sensors. The Paintball Radarchron is a small, inexpensive microwave Doppler radar sensor that measures the speed of a paintball as it's shot from a marker, helping you assess whether your marker meets prescribed safety limits. Users have their choice of holding the device in their hand close to the marker barrel, or they can attach the Radarchron to the barrel with a simple loop strap. Once in place, the device measures paintball speeds within a range of 150 to 450 feet per second, at +/- 2 percent of accuracy.
Hold the Radarchron close to the marker barrel to measure paintball speed.
The Radarchron runs on a 3-volt, 160 milliampere/hour lithium battery, which delivers roughly 30 hours of operating life (or more than 3,600 speed measurements). It's also notably compact at 2.5 by 1.19 by 3.5 inches (W x H x D), with a weight of less than 3 ounces.
- Small microwave Doppler radar sensor for measuring paintball speed
- Built in microprocessor calculates foot-per-second speed on LCD display
- Captures speeds between 150 and 450 feet per second (2 percent accuracy)
- Rugged plastic housing seals internal electronics from dust, dirt, and moisture
- Measures 2.5 x 1.19 x 3.5 inches (W x H x D), weighs less than 3 ounces