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01 TABLE OF CONTENTS / Section Page Safety .......................................................................................................2 Warranty ............................................................................................3 General Description.................................................................................3 Marker Component...................................................................................4 Specifications....................................................................................7 Operation.................................................................................. 7 Air Power ..................................................................................................7 Preset adjustable Paintballs..............................................................................................7 Hopper Paint Regulators............................................................................................... 7 LPR In-Line Regulator Electronics............................................................................................. 8 Usage Battery Information Eye On/Off By Passing Eyes General Usage Tips.................................................................................8 LED Colors and Meanings......................................................................9 Tournament Lock......................................................................................9 Trigger Programming...............................................................................9 Dwell Debounce Eye Mode BIP Delay ROF Cap Eye Power Programming Complete..........................................................................11 Equalink ................................................................................ 11 Terminology............................................................................... 11 Adjustment ............................................................................... 13 Feed Neck LPR In-Line Regulator Trigger Adjustments Bolt Adjustor Maintenance............................................................................................1 4 General Regulator Troubleshooting..................................................................................... 14 System X "NME" Version 1.0

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  • 01TA

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    F CO

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    TS / Section Page

    Safety .......................................................................................................2

    Warranty............................................................................................3

    General

    Description.................................................................................3

    Marker C

    omponent...................................................................................4

    Specifications....................................................................................7

    Operation..................................................................................7

    Air P

    ower..................................................................................................7P

    resetadjustable

    Paintballs..............................................................................................7

    Hopper

    Paint

    Regulators............................................................................................... 7

    LPR

    In-Line Regulator

    Electronics.............................................................................................

    8U

    sageB

    attery Information

    Eye

    On/O

    ffB

    y Passing E

    yes

    General U

    sage Tips.................................................................................8

    LED

    Colors and M

    eanings......................................................................9

    Tournament Lock......................................................................................9

    Trigger Program

    ming...............................................................................9

    Dw

    ellD

    ebounceE

    ye Mode

    BIP

    Delay

    RO

    F Cap

    Eye P

    ower

    Program

    ming C

    omplete..........................................................................11

    Equalink................................................................................11

    Terminology...............................................................................11

    Adjustm

    ent...............................................................................13Feed N

    eckLP

    RIn-Line R

    egulatorTrigger A

    djustments

    Bolt A

    djustor

    Maintenance............................................................................................1

    4G

    eneral R

    egulator

    Troubleshooting..................................................................................... 14

    System X "NM

    E"Version 1.0

  • 02W

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    G/SA

    FETY

    WA

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    SAFETY

    This paintball marker is not a toy. M

    isuse or mishandling can result in serious injury or death. A

    nyone within

    range of a loaded paintball gun must w

    ear eye protection specifically designed for paintball. You must be at

    least 18 years of age to purchase, 14 years old to use with adult supervision or 10 years old to use on paintball

    fields meeting A

    STM standards F1777-97. Ensure you read entire instruction m

    anual before operating your NM

    E.

    Please follow

    all local, state, and federal laws concerning the operation and use of paintball m

    arkers. By purchasing

    this paintball marker you assum

    e all liability.S

    ystem X

    assumes no liability for injury or death due to m

    isuse or mishandling of this m

    arker.-N

    ever point a paintball marker at anyone not w

    earing paintball-approved goggles.E

    ven at the lowest possible operating velocity, a paintball w

    ill cause serious injury or death should it hit someone in

    the eye area.-N

    ever look down the barrel of your m

    arker with or w

    ithout paintball approved goggles.

    -Before perform

    ing any maintenance on the m

    arker, ensure air source isdisconnected and m

    arker has been dry fired to purge any air in the system.

    -Make sure the m

    arker is OFF w

    henever marker is not operational.

    -Alw

    ays insert barrel plug in barrel when m

    arker is not operational. Rem

    ove only in designated operational areas.

    -Only play at com

    mercial playing fields that have a chronograph, referees, and

    clearly marked safe areas. C

    hronograph your marker before each gam

    e to ensure m

    arker is operating at a safe velocity. Safe velocity is considered to be

    280 feet per second (fps).

  • 03W

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    NIN

    G/W

    AR

    RA

    NTY/G

    ENER

    AL

    DESC

    RIPTIO

    N

    WA

    RN

    ING

    Make sure m

    arker is not shooting at a dangerous velocity. Ensure all participants are wearing the proper

    paintball safety equipment. You w

    ill be held liable if someone is hurt by a paintball fired from

    your marker

    regardless of fault.

    WA

    RR

    AN

    TYSystem

    X warrants the N

    ME against dam

    ages in manufacturing and defects. Electrical com

    ponents arew

    arranted for a period of 90 days. Wire harnesses located w

    ithin the grip frame w

    ill only be warranted

    against manufacturing defects. W

    hen utilizing aftermarket D

    rop-Forwards ensure attachm

    ent bolts DO

    NO

    T protrude into internal grip assembly. W

    hen utilizing aftermarket G

    rips ensure attachment bolts D

    ON

    OT protrude into internal grip assem

    bly. Failure to do this will result in dam

    age to the solenoid, batteryand void of w

    arranty.

    For questions concerning your NM

    E manual please call (800) 974-3355.

    GEN

    ERA

    LD

    ESCR

    IPTION

    The NM

    E m

    arker includes dual regulators. Both regulators are m

    ounted on the front block of the NM

    E body assem

    bly. The in-line regulatoradjusts w

    ith a standard 3/16" hex key (Velocity adjustment). The low

    -pressure regulator (LPR

    ) is mounted at the top front of the front block and

    maintains the operating pressure of the N

    ME

    . All functions are electronically controlled via the E

    qualizer circuit board and 4-way air valve.

    Settings are changed through the circuit boards program

    via the trigger frame.

    Located within the m

    arker body is a pair of W.A

    .S. infrared anti chop eyes. The anti chop eye consists of a set of sensors m

    ounted in the bottomof the breach. The trigger is fully adjustable w

    ith adjustments for m

    agnetic tension, pull restriction, and trigger activation.

    The gun will perform

    on HPA

    /Nitro only. D

    O N

    OT

    US

    E C

    O2

    The NM

    E com

    es stock with a tw

    o-piece 12" barrel and bottom line. R

    eady to screw in a tank and play.

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  • 05M

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    1Feed clam

    p: - 2 P

    C threaded feed clam

    p Held on to gun w

    ith o-ring. Serviceable

    2B

    ody assembly:

    - 3D m

    illed body.

    3B

    olt:- Pull pin delrin bolt w

    ith 3 015 o-rings. Serviceable

    4B

    arrel:- 2 P

    C 12" barrel (689 cal.)

    5E

    ye covers: with ball stoppers.

    - Both right and left eye covers. H

    eld with a 3-48 socket screw

    that hold the ball stoppers. S

    erviceable - U

    se a 3/64 allen wrench to rem

    ove eye covers. - To replace m

    ake sure you push the eye cover flush to the bodythen screw

    them in.

    - Make sure you D

    O N

    OT

    PIN

    CH

    eye wires.

    6R

    am A

    djuster Cap: S

    erviceable- U

    se a 1/8 allen wrench to adjust bolt position.

    - Ram

    cap has 010 o-ring. Serviceable

    7R

    am: S

    erviceable- 011 o-ring on back of the ram

    . Serviceable

    - 006 o-ring on front of the ram. S

    erviceable- G

    rease Assem

    bly every 4000 to 6000 rounds fired.- D

    O N

    OT

    use lightweight oil as lubricant

    8P

    oppet: Serviceable

    - 004 o-ring. Serviceable

    - WA

    RN

    ING

    Grease P

    oppet Assem

    bly every 4000 to 6000 rounds fired. D

    oing this will reduce cup seal w

    ear. - D

    O N

    OT

    use lightweight oil as lubricant

    9S

    leeve spacer: Serviceable

    - Nylon spacer that seals poppet. S

    erviceable

    10P

    oppet spring:

    11Front block: S

    erviceable- 2 015 o-rings. S

    erviceable - Front block screw

    : 10-32.- Front block barbs: 2 6-32 barbs.- 300 P

    SI gauge.

    - 3-way hose.

    12Volum

    izer: Serviceable

    - 016 o-ring. Serviceable

    13LP

    R screw

    : Serviceable

    - 13 o-ring Serviceable

    - 015 o-ring for LPR

    body seal. Serviceable

    - LPR

    regulator kit: -Spring,-valve pin (S

    erviceable) ,-R

    EG

    seat (Serviceable),

    -3/8 brass pin screw w

    ith 010 o-ring (Serviceable)

    14LP

    R B

    ody: Serviceable

    - 3 6-32 set screws to hold body on to LP

    R screw

    - 10-32 sw

    ivel barb. - Internal piston w

    ith 010 o-ring. Serviceable

    - Regulator spring.

    - 6-32 knob locking screw.

    - Thumb adjusting knob.

    15Internal S

    leeve Tube: Serviceable

    - 2 111 o-rings. Serviceable

    - High flow

    m3.5 x .5 straight barb w

    ith 2 gaskets. - H

    igh flow m

    3.5x.5 90* elbow w

    ith gaskets. - S

    leeve set screw: W

    AR

    NIN

    G use Lock tight on 5/32 allen w

    rench set screw

    .

  • 16. Frame:

    - 2 10-32 button head screws to m

    ount frame to gun body.

    - Solenoid w

    ith 3 high flow barbs.

    - 2 m1.6 x .35 screw

    s to hold solenoid down.

    - 1/8 magnet.

    - 8-32 shoulder screw to hold trigger dow

    n. - W

    AS

    board with harness, eye sensors and sw

    itch. - 2 m

    1.6x.35 screws to hold trigger sw

    itch down.

    - 2 nylon dowels to hold the board in place.

    - Button to activate board.

    - LED

    Window

    - 9V

    battery - 3 4-40 screw

    s to clamp the fram

    e down

    - 1 4-40 screw to clam

    p front of frame and to hold trigger guard dow

    n.

    17Trigger:

    - 2 ball bearings. - 4-40 set screw

    for trigger activation.- 4-40 set screw

    for trigger stop.- 4-40 set screw

    for magnet strength.

    18Trigger G

    uard:- 4-40 screw

    to clamp front of fram

    e and to hold trigger guard down.

    19In-line R

    egulator: Serviceable

    - 015 o-rings.- R

    egulator kit: -Spring.-Valve pin. S

    erviceable-R

    EG

    seat. Serviceable

    -3/8 brass pin screw w

    ith 010 o-ring. Serviceable

    - 018 o-ring. Serviceable

    - Big piston w

    ith o-ring. Serviceable

    - Big spring.

    - Disc.

    - Set screw

    .

    20Steel braided line:

    - 90* elbow:

    21S

    huttle drop:- 2 10-32 tapered head screw

    s. - 3 10-32 set screw

    s.

    22D

    eluxe on/off: Serviceable

    - Piston w

    ith 010 o-ring. Serviceable

    - 2 1/8-27 npt plugs.

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    TS/SPECIFIC

    ATION

    S

  • OPER

    ATION

    Air pow

    er:P

    reset HPA

    /Nitrogen system

    sW

    hen utilizing a preset HPA

    /Nitrogen system

    simply screw

    in your bot-tle and you are ready to shoot. There are low

    pressure systems and

    high pressure systems. You m

    ust adjust your velocity accordingly.

    Adjustable H

    PA/N

    itrogen systems

    You must set your output pressure on your tank. A

    low pressure w

    illnot supply sufficient air. A

    high pressure might over pressurize the In-

    line regulator.

    Paintballs H

    opperThe N

    ME requires a high flow

    of paintballs to make full use of its

    speed. We recom

    mend the use of a fast m

    otorized hopper like theH

    alo.TM

    Paint

    Make sure you use a high grade paint to get the best perform

    ance andaccuracy. The N

    ME

    marker com

    es stock with a 689 bore barrel. M

    akesure you have a good barrel to paint m

    atch.

    REG

    ULATO

    RS

    Low P

    ressure Regulator

    The low-pressure regulator (LP

    R) is m

    ounted at the front of the frontblock. S

    mall velocity adjustm

    ents could be made at the LP

    R. W

    e rec-om

    mend setting the LP

    R to the low

    est possible pressure while m

    ain-taining operational consistency. O

    perating pressure for the LPR

    isbetw

    een 50 and 100 psi. Operationally speaking, the low

    er the better,as w

    hen the pressure gets too high, the chances of internal air leaksincreases and the recoil gets stronger.W

    hen the pressure is too low the m

    arker will be restricted in firing.

    SPECIFIC

    ATION

    SM

    odel................................................................................................................................................................................NM

    E

    LedC

    aliber................................................................................................................................................................................68A

    ction....................................................................................................................................................................Electro-P

    neumatic

    Power (air)

    ...................................................................................................................................... Com

    pressed Air/N

    itrogen onlyPow

    er (electronics)..................................................................................................................................................9-Volt B

    atteryC

    ycle Rate

    ..............................................................................................................................more than 35 cycles per second

    Effective Range

    ..............................................................................................................................................................150+ feetW

    eight.........................…

    ……

    .....................................................................…..3 pounds, 2 ounces w

    ith bottom line and barrel

    Length............................................................................................Body 8 1/2 inches/B

    arrel 12 inches/LPR

    and body 12 inchesH

    eight……

    ……

    ……

    ……

    ……

    ……

    ……

    ……

    ……

    ……

    .. Body H

    eight 2 inches/Frame and B

    ody 6 inches/Feed Clam

    p 2 inches

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  • In-Line Regulator

    The in-line regulator is mounted on the bottom

    of the front block and isused as a front fore grip. W

    arning DO

    NO

    TO

    VE

    R P

    RE

    SS

    UR

    IZE the

    In-line regulator doing so might blow

    your solenoid. Over pressurizing

    the in-line regulator will result in low

    ball velocity. Velocity adjustments

    are made at the in-line regulator. Velocity adjustm

    ents are achieved byturning the 3/16 allen screw

    clockwise. W

    arning DO

    NO

    TS

    CR

    EW

    THE

    SE

    TS

    CR

    EW

    PAS

    TFLU

    SH

    of the regulator body, doing so will

    over pressurize the regulator and damage the regulator pin. The N

    ME

    marker requires a m

    inimum

    in-line pressure of about 125 psi to seal.P

    ressure will vary betw

    een 200 to 300 psi. At about 220 psi you should

    see about 3 threads from the set screw

    . At this pressure you w

    ill be atabout 280 fps. W

    hen adjusting the regulator pressure 3 to 4 shotsshould be fired to allow

    the regulator to neutralize.

    ELECTR

    ON

    ICS Pow

    ered by the W.A

    .S. Equalizer

    USA

    GE

    The NM

    E pow

    ered by Equalizer has num

    erous features, which can be

    a bit overwhelm

    ing to those that are not use to having so much flexibil-

    ity. How

    ever, every possible step has been taken to make sure that

    the use of this product is extremely sim

    ple.

    Battery Inform

    ation

    The NM

    E uses a standard 9v battery. To change the battery, rem

    ovethe G

    rip.R

    emove the 4 4/40 A

    llen screws securing the tw

    o frame halves. The

    battery fits into the bottom of the grip fram

    e. Disconnect the old battery

    and re-connect the new one.

    WA

    RN

    ING

    make sure the grip screw

    s do not protrude into the gripfram

    e. Use the provided 6-32x ¼

    length flat head screws. The use of

    longer screws w

    ill damage the solenoid, electronic com

    ponents andthe battery.

    Anti C

    hop Eye

    The Anti-C

    hop Eye are a pair of photo sensors in the bottom

    of thebreach determ

    ining when the paintball is seated and ready to fire. The

    BIP

    mode w

    ithin the mode m

    enu can be set to determine how

    long them

    arker waits after seeing the ball before it w

    ill fire. Factory recom-

    mended setting is 5m

    s. Also the eye m

    ode can be set to accomm

    odateyour shooting preference. S

    ee "EY

    E M

    OD

    E"in the program

    ming section.

    Turning on the NM

    E powered by Equalizer

    To turn on the NM

    E pow

    ered by Equalizer, press and hold the pow

    erbutton (located on the back of the grip fram

    e tray) for ½ of a second,

    and release it. The LED

    should light orange and stay that way for sev-

    eral seconds after releasing the button.

    Turning off the NM

    E powered by Equalizer

    To turn off the NM

    E pow

    ered by Equalizer, press and hold the pow

    erbutton until the LE

    D becom

    es solid red, and then release the button.

    Bypassing the Eye System

    In order to be able to "dry fire" the marker, the eye system

    must be

    bypassed. When the eye system

    is enabled, the marker w

    ill not fireunless there is som

    ething in the breech. To bypass the eye system,

    press and hold the power button for ½

    second. The LED

    will blink

    orange, indicating that the eye system has been bypassed. R

    epeatingthis procedure w

    ill enable the eye system.

    General U

    sage Tips

    The LED

    boot sequence is as follows: solid orange (booting), follow

    edby solid green (norm

    al mode) or solid red (com

    petition mode).

    The rate of fire is limited only by how

    fast the pneumatics w

    ill cycle,how

    fast you can pull the trigger, and how fast your loader can feed

    your marker.

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    ATION

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  • Because the E

    qualizer can easily exceed the feed rate of any loader inexistence, it is recom

    mended that you use a force-feed type of loader

    for the best possible performance.

    LED C

    olors and Meanings

    The LED

    used with the E

    qualizer can light up in one of 3 different col-ors. The E

    qualizer uses this to indicate to the user when certain

    events are occurring. This is a breakdown of w

    hat the LED

    states rep-resent:

    Solid R

    ed: In menu m

    ode.

    Blinking G

    reen (once per second): Norm

    al operation, anti-chop systemis enabled, E

    ye Mode 1 (rate of fire capped at user preset).

    Blinking G

    reen (twice per second): N

    ormal operation, anti-chop system

    is enabled, Eye M

    ode 2 (unlimited rate of fire).

    Blinking O

    range: Norm

    al operation, anti-chop system is disabled.

    Blinking R

    ed: Battery is low

    .

    Red/G

    reen toggle: There is an error with the anti-chop system

    Flickering green: Paintball or object in the breech.

    Tournament Lock

    It is possible to put the Equalizer into a tournam

    ent lock (CO

    MP

    ETI-

    TION

    ) mode. You can do this by m

    aking sure the power sw

    itch is inthe off position, grounding (connecting) the tw

    o center pins on theE

    qualink interface connector, and then moving the pow

    er switch to on

    position. Each tim

    e you 'reboot' with the pins grounded, the N

    OR

    MA

    Land C

    OM

    PE

    TITION

    modes w

    ill toggle. The marker w

    ill not fire with

    the jumper in place! R

    emoving the jum

    per will allow

    the normal opera-

    tion of the marker.

    You can also change the tournament lock m

    ode using the Equalink.

    It is necessary to remove the battery after changing the tournam

    entlock or using the E

    qualink to alter settings or update firmw

    are.

    Trigger Programm

    ing

    The Dw

    ell, Debounce™

    , Eye M

    ode, BIP

    Delay™

    , RO

    F Cap, and E

    yeS

    ensitivity functions are programm

    able by following these instructions:

    Make sure the N

    ME

    is switched off. D

    uring programm

    ing, make sure

    that your marker has a barrel condom

    in place and the air supply shutoff. A

    lthough it is not possible to fire the marker w

    hile in programm

    ingm

    ode, it is always good to practice safe m

    arker handling.

    Pull the trigger, and hold it in the back position. N

    ow, press and hold

    the power button for ½

    second. During this tim

    e, the LED

    will light up

    green. As soon as it light's up green, release the trigger and pow

    erbutton (if you hold the trigger for a long period of tim

    e the settings will

    be reset. See "P

    rogramm

    ing Com

    plete")

    The LED

    will light red. The m

    arker is now in "trigger program

    ming

    mode".

    Pulling and releasing the trigger w

    ill change the LED

    color, advancingto the next program

    ming feature. This is also know

    n as the "program-

    ming m

    enu". The following colors equate to the feature selected:

    Solid R

    ed: Dw

    ell programm

    ing mode.

    Solid G

    reen: Debounce™

    programm

    ing mode.

    Solid O

    range: Eye M

    ode programm

    ing mode.

    Flickering Red: B

    all In Place (B

    IP) D

    elay™ program

    ming m

    ode.Flickering G

    reen: Rate of Fire (R

    OF) cap program

    ming m

    ode.Flickering O

    range: Eye P

    ower program

    ming m

    ode.

    Once you have reached the last feature (flickering orange), an addi-

    tional trigger pull will start the sequence of colors over again. This is

    also known as the "program

    ming m

    enu start".

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  • When you decide w

    hich programm

    ing feature you want to change, pull

    the trigger and hold it until the LED

    goes out, and then release the trig-ger. There w

    ill be a 2 second pause, and then the LED

    will flash the

    same color of the program

    ming m

    ode you are in (red=Dw

    ell,green=D

    ebounce™, orange=eye m

    ode, etc.) the number of tim

    es thatrepresents som

    ething associated with that feature. For exam

    ple, if youw

    ere programm

    ing the Debounce™

    and the settings were the factory

    default (10ms), you w

    ould see the LED

    flash green 10 times in a row

    ,indicating the D

    ebounce™ is set to 10m

    s. The flashing of the LED

    shows you the current setting before you change it.

    Once the LE

    D is done flashing, there is a 5 second tim

    e period tobegin program

    ming the new

    setting. To change the setting, pull andrelease the trigger the num

    ber of times equal to how

    you wish to pro-

    gram the feature. O

    n each pull of the trigger, the LED

    will light up

    (indicating that the pull has been detected). If you decide not tochange the feature setting at all, sim

    ply do not touch the trigger at allfor 5 seconds. The LE

    D w

    ill then blink green/red alternately to indicatethere w

    as a programm

    ing error, and then go back to the programm

    ingm

    enu. The feature setting will not be changed.

    Once you have pulled and released the trigger the num

    ber of times

    you wanted the feature setting to be, do not touch the trigger. A

    fter 5seconds, the LE

    D w

    ill flash a rainbow of colors indicating that the fea-

    ture setting change has been accepted. After this, the m

    arker is in theprogram

    ming m

    enu again. If you program a feature outside of its

    specifications (for example, program

    ming the dw

    ell to 1ms) the LE

    Dw

    ill blink green/red alternately indicating that there was a program

    ming

    error.

    Each feature and its program

    ming is described in detail below

    :

    Dw

    ell

    Trigger programm

    ing for changing the dwell is different than any other

    feature as there are two steps involved instead of one due to allow

    ingfor .1m

    s (tenths) increments.

    After selecting the D

    well program

    ming feature, and once the LE

    Dstops flashing, you can now

    pull and release the trigger once for every

    FULL

    1ms of tim

    e you want the dw

    ell to be. Once you have pulled the

    trigger the number of tim

    es you want the full m

    illiseconds to be, after a2 second pause the LE

    D w

    ill blink orange and then off. You can thenpull the trigger again, but this tim

    e with each trigger pull being 1/10th

    of a millisecond (.1m

    s). So, if you w

    anted to set the dwell to be 6.3m

    s,you w

    ould select the dwell program

    ming m

    ode by pulling/releasing thetrigger until the LE

    D w

    as solid red. Next, you w

    ould hold the triggeruntil the LE

    D w

    ent out. Next, the current dw

    ell setting (say 7.5ms)

    would be show

    n as 7 red flashes, a pause, an orange flash, a pause,and then 5 red flashes. The orange flash is there to separate the fullm

    illiseconds from the 1/10th of a m

    illisecond (.1ms) interval.

    The default dwell is 7.0m

    s. The lowest allow

    able dwell tim

    e is 4.0ms

    and the longest allowable tim

    e is 50.0ms. A

    ccording to the solenoidm

    anufacturer, the dwell should never be below

    6.0ms for proper opera-

    tion.

    Debounce™

    Pull and release the trigger once for every 1m

    s of time you w

    ant thesetting to be. For exam

    ple, if you were program

    ming the D

    ebounce to5m

    s, you would pull and release the trigger 5 tim

    es. The defaultD

    ebounce™ setting is 10m

    s.

    Eye Mode

    Pull and release the trigger the num

    ber of times necessary to set the

    Eye M

    ode to what you w

    ant to use.

    The following is a list of the possible E

    ye Modes and the flashes (also

    trigger pulls required):

    1 flash -B

    ypassed mode

    2 flashes -E

    ye Mode 1 (uses R

    OF cap)

    3 flashes -E

    ye Mode 2 (m

    onitors bolt)4 flashes -

    Sim

    ulate mode

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  • If you pull and release the trigger more than 4 tim

    es, then the LED

    will

    toggle green/red alternately to indicate there was a program

    ming error,

    and then go back to the programm

    ing menu. The default Eye M

    ode is1.

    BIP

    Delay™

    Pull and release the trigger once for every 1m

    s of time you w

    ant thesetting to be. For exam

    ple, if you were program

    ming the B

    IPD

    elay™to 5m

    s, you would pull and release the trigger 5 tim

    es. The defaultB

    IPD

    elay™ setting is 10m

    s.

    RO

    F Cap

    Pull and release the trigger once for the num

    ber of times you w

    ant theR

    ate of Fire (RO

    F) cap to be. For example, 20 pulls/releases w

    ouldbe 20 bps. The R

    OF cap is only used w

    ith Eye M

    ode 1. In Eye M

    ode2, the rate of fire is unlim

    ited. The default RO

    F Cap is 20 bps.

    Eye Power

    Pull and release the trigger once for the num

    ber of times you w

    ant theE

    ye Pow

    er to be. Each trigger pull represents a level increase. S

    o, asetting of 5 w

    ould make the eye m

    ore powerful (able to see through

    liquid paint) than a setting of 4. Higher values use m

    ore battery life.The default E

    ye Sensitivity is 10.

    Programm

    ing Com

    plete

    Once you pulled and released the trigger the num

    ber of times neces-

    sary to set the function, wait a few

    seconds. The LED

    will flash

    red/green/orange in rapid succession (numerous tim

    es) to let youknow

    that the new setting has been saved. A

    fter this, the LED

    will

    return to the color representing what the current program

    ming m

    enuitem

    is. At this point, you can once again pull and release the trigger

    to toggle between D

    well, D

    ebounce™, E

    ye Mode, B

    IPD

    elay™, R

    OF

    Cap, and E

    ye Sensitivity program

    ming m

    odes.

    You can perform a com

    plete reset, restoring all settings to the factorydefaults. To do this, just hold dow

    n the trigger for 6 full seconds. Itdoes not m

    atter what program

    ming m

    ode you are currently in. TheLE

    D w

    ill start flashing red, letting you know that a reset operation is

    being performed. A

    fter this occurs, you will be back to the program

    -m

    ing starting point. DO

    NO

    Trelease the trigger until you see the LE

    Dflashing red or the reset w

    ill not occur.

    Com

    puter Programm

    ing Mode (Equalink)

    Just as with all other E

    qualizer boards, the NM

    E version has an

    Equalink port. This port allow

    s customers to fine tune settings as w

    ellas dow

    nload the latest firmw

    are updates for the board from our w

    eb-site (free of charge!)

    To get into computer program

    ming m

    ode, hold the trigger and pressthe pow

    er button for ½ second and release the pow

    er button… but not

    the trigger! Keep holding the trigger until the LE

    D sw

    itches from the

    normal green color to off. The E

    qualizer is now ready to connect to a

    PC

    . If you accidentally get into computer program

    ming m

    ode, you canget out by pressing and holding the pow

    er button until it turns RE

    Dand release it. If your trigger adjustm

    ent setscrew is adjusted too far in

    so that it depresses the trigger switch w

    hen in the released position,the m

    arker will go into com

    puter programm

    ing mode w

    hen it is turnedon!

    TERM

    INO

    LOG

    Y

    Dw

    ell

    Dw

    ell is the amount of tim

    e that the solenoid will be activated. This

    time is m

    easured in milliseconds (1/1000th of a second). The user can

    alter the Dw

    ell only when in N

    OR

    MA

    Lm

    ode. In CO

    MP

    ETITIO

    Nm

    ode, the Dw

    ell menu item

    is not available. Possible values are from

    4.0ms to 50.0m

    s. The factory default is 7.0ms. C

    hanges are made in

    .1ms units via the trigger.

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  • Increasing your Dw

    ell will increase the velocity of your m

    arker. If youare experiencing a great variance in your chrono results, try increasingyour D

    well and low

    ering your high pressure regulator. If your dwell is

    too low, consistency w

    ill suffer greatly.

    Debounce

    Debounce is the am

    ount of time the trigger sw

    itch must be stable in

    the up position before checking for another trigger pull. This time is

    measured in m

    illiseconds. The user can alter the Debounce only w

    henin N

    OR

    MA

    Lm

    ode. In CO

    MP

    ETITIO

    N m

    ode, the Debounce m

    enuitem

    is not available. Possible values are from

    2ms to 50m

    s. The fac-tory default is 10m

    s. Changes are m

    ade in 1ms units.

    If you find that your marker is double firing, increase the D

    ebouncetim

    e. To make your m

    arker fire faster due to being more responsive to

    the trigger, decrease the Debounce tim

    e.

    Eye Mode

    The Eye M

    ode can be set to one of four different modes:

    Bypass - The anti-chop system

    is disabled. When this occurs, the

    maxim

    um rate of fire is lim

    ited to 13 balls per second to help preventchopping of balls in the breech.

    Eye M

    ode 1 - In this mode, the m

    arker will not fire unless there is a

    ball in the breech. This mode uses a rate of fire cap to determ

    ine thespeed of the cycling. The bolt is not m

    onitored. Works w

    ith any typeof bolt.

    Eye M

    ode 2 - In this mode, the m

    arker will not fire unless there is a

    ball in the breech. This mode w

    orks by monitoring the bolt position,

    and thus the rate of fire is unlimited. This is the default eye m

    ode.

    Sim

    ulate - In this mode, a ball is sim

    ulated to be in the breech. Thisallow

    s you to fire the marker w

    ith just air, at the full speed that them

    arker is capable of firing! This mode can be used for practicing trig-

    ger pull methods, w

    ithout wasting paint. D

    O N

    OT SH

    OO

    T PAIN

    T INTH

    IS MO

    DE!

    BIP

    Delay™

    The BIP

    Delay™

    is a feature that allows you to adjust for the differ-

    ences in the eye sensor, its installation, and the loader being used. Ifthe sensor is installed correctly, and base of the sensor is blacked out(using a 'sharpie' or sim

    ilar), the eye system w

    ill require very little BIP

    Delay™

    when using a fast loader. W

    hen using a slower gravity-feed

    loader or if the eye sensor is not installed correctly, it may be neces-

    sary to have a longer BIP

    Delay™

    to prevent balls from being

    chopped.

    Possible values are from

    1ms to 50m

    s. The factory default is 10ms.

    Changes are m

    ade in 1ms units.

    RO

    F Cap

    The rate of fire (RO

    F) cap sets the maxim

    um cycle speed of the m

    ark-er w

    hen Eye M

    ode 1 is used. Setting this value to low

    will reduce the

    usable speed of the marker. S

    etting this value too high can causem

    isfires if the marker pneum

    atics are very slow (stock configurations)

    and a reflective type of bolt is used. If a non-reflective bolt is used, theR

    OF cap should be set as high as possible.

    Possible values are from

    10 bps to 30 bps. The factory default is 20bps. C

    hanges are made in 1 bps units.

    Eye Power

    The eye power controls how

    much pow

    er the eye system uses w

    hentransm

    itting infrared energy to the receiver. Setting this value too low

    will cause problem

    s if debris such paint, dirt, etc. is between the trans-

    mitter and receiver. S

    etting this value too high can cause problems

    with paint that uses a clear shell (the infrared is transm

    itted throughthe shell).S

    etting this value too high will ignore paintballs in the breech. The

    higher the value, the more sensitive the eye system

    will be.

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  • Possible values are from

    1 to 20. The factory default is 10. Changes

    are made in 1 unit increm

    ents.R

    eset

    This option will reset A

    LLof the settings to the factory default! If you

    find that you are having problems rem

    embering the factory defaults,

    just use this option to reset your board and start over! The user canR

    eset the board only when in N

    OR

    MA

    Lm

    ode.

    AD

    JUSTM

    ENTS

    Feed neck:The N

    ME

    has a clamping feed neck. Turn it clockw

    ise to tighten on theneck of your hopper. Turn counter clockw

    ise to loosen. Take care notto over tighten the feed neck as the force could get your hopper stuckor in som

    e cases crack the hopper necks.

    When adjusting your LP

    R and in-line regulators m

    ake sure you havesufficient air attached to the N

    ME

    . Make certain there is no paint in the

    NM

    E and attach a barrel plug to the N

    ME

    . For safe practice anyone inthe surrounding area m

    ust wear paintball approved eye protective

    gear.

    LPR:

    We recom

    mend setting the LP

    R to the low

    est possible pressure while

    maintaining operational consistency. O

    perating pressure for the LPR

    is between 50 and 100psi. O

    perationally speaking, the lower the better,

    as when the pressure gets too high, the chances of internal air leaks

    increases and the recoil gets stronger. Warning N

    ever over pressurizeyour LP

    R. 125psi Is the m

    aximum

    pressure the solenoid will w

    ithstand.O

    ver pressurization of the LPR

    will cause severe dam

    age to the sole-noid and void w

    arranty.W

    hen the pressure is too low the m

    arker will be restricted in firing and

    velocity might be low

    and inconsistent. Agood starting pressure is at

    about 80psi. This is achieved by loosening the LPR

    locking set screw,

    turning the LPR

    knob clockwise and keeping your eye on the front

    block gauge. The pressure on the front block gauge is NO

    Tthe in-line

    pressure but it is the LPR

    pressure. Set it at 80psi and tighten the LP

    Rlocking set screw

    . Any tim

    e you adjust the regulator dry fire the NM

    E 3

    to 4 shots to stabilize the regulator.

    In-line Regulator:

    Warning D

    O N

    OT

    OV

    ER

    PR

    ES

    SU

    RIZE

    the In-line regulator doing som

    ight blow your solenoid and result in low

    ball velocity. Velocity adjust-m

    ents are made at the in-line regulator. Velocity adjustm

    ents areachieved by turning the 3/16 allen screw

    clockwise. W

    arning DO

    NO

    TS

    CR

    EW

    THE

    SE

    TS

    CR

    EW

    PAS

    TFLU

    SH

    of the regulator body, doingso w

    ill over pressurize the regulator and damage the regulator pin. The

    NM

    E m

    arker requires a minim

    um in-line pressure of about 125psi to

    seal. Pressure w

    ill vary between 200 to 300psi. A

    t about 220psi youshould see about 3 threads from

    the set screw sticking out past the

    regulator bottom. A

    t this pressure you will be at about 280 fps. W

    henadjusting the regulator pressure 3 to 4 shots should be fired to allowthe regulator to stabilize. For those of you that do not have a tool tocheck the pressure of the in-line regulator this is a good practice. W

    ithair supply to the N

    ME

    and after you set your LPR

    to about 80psi,unscrew

    the set screw at the bottom

    of the regulator until pressurestops flow

    ing through the NM

    E. W

    ith small increm

    ents over a chrono-graph turn the set screw

    clockwise. You w

    ill see the velocity start torise. S

    et at desired velocity. Take note not to make large adjustm

    ents ifyou go past about 300psi the velocity w

    ill stop rising and begin to fall.You w

    ill not be able to get your NM

    E to shoot m

    ore than about 200FP

    S if you over pressurize the regulator.

    Trigger adjustments:

    There are 3 adjustments to your trigger.

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  • 1.Trigger tension. Your NM

    E trigger uses m

    agnetic force to return yourtrigger. To adjust the force behind the m

    agnet simply turn the .050

    allen screw located at the top of the trigger clockw

    ise. To decrease them

    agnetic force turn the same screw

    counter clockwise.

    2.Trigger travel. To take up the travel after the trigger switch has been

    activated locate the set screw in the m

    iddle of your trigger. Turn the setscrew

    clockwise to the desired length. If you m

    ake large adjustment or

    remove the set screw

    , it is recomm

    ended to place a small drop of blue

    lock tight to prevent the set screw from

    vibrating loose.

    3.Trigger switch activation. To take up the travel before the trigger

    switch is activated locate the bottom

    screw on the trigger. This set

    screw is not visible. It is located on the inside portion of the trigger. To

    access the set screw slide your .050 allen w

    rench into the hole andturn clockw

    ise until you reach the desired adjustment. Take note not to

    lengthen the screw to m

    uch as it will not deactivate the trigger sw

    itch.It is recom

    mended if you m

    ake large adjustments or if you rem

    ove thetrigger activation screw

    to place a small am

    ount of blue loctite to keepthe screw

    from loosening.

    Bolt adjuster:

    This adjustment is done to take up the back travel of the bolt w

    hile theN

    ME

    is at rest. Look down the breech you should be able to see a

    small portion of the bolt sticking into the breech. This adjustm

    ent will

    enhance the performance of your N

    ME

    . If too much of the bolt is stick-

    ing into the breech the paint will not be able to fall into the breech. If

    the bolt is set to far back the paint might roll out of the eye sensors

    range or burst from the force of the bolt hitting the paint. It w

    ill alsoslow

    down the N

    ME

    as the stroke would be longer. To m

    ake adjust-m

    ent you will need a 1/8 allen w

    rench.

    Disassem

    bly and assembly

    To disassemble the N

    ME

    refer to the exploded view diagram

    . When

    assembling the m

    arker perform the respective assem

    bly on reverseorder asdisassem

    bly.

    WA

    RN

    ING

    : DO

    NO

    T use oil on the NM

    E markers internal's. O

    il will

    destroy internal's of Air Valve, O

    -rings, and Cup Seal. O

    nly useD

    ow grease.

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    INTEN

    AN

    CE

    General

    Provide all O

    -rings within the m

    arker a heavy coat of grease. O-rings

    need to be greased between 4000-6000 rds. fired. K

    eep dirt anddebris out of m

    arker internal's.

    Regulator

    Regulator O

    -ring should be greased every 5000 rds. fired. Failure todo this w

    ill reduce recovery time of R

    egulators. Additionally, the piston

    will w

    ear a grove in the regulators housing. For a detailed list of all serviceable O

    -rings refer to the Marker com

    po-nents section of this m

    anual.

    TRO

    UB

    LESHO

    OTIN

    G

    When air is applied to the N

    ME

    a loud PO

    Pis heard and air is leaking

    in or around the Trigger Frame

    . Airlines have becom

    e stretched or disconnected from barbs

    (usually due to over-pressurizing of the Regulators).

    . Re-connect airline. R

    eplace stretched/leaking airline.

    The Low pressure R

    egulator is over pressurized and causing the Air

    Valve to leak. . Turn dow

    n Low P

    ressure Regulator.

    . Foreign Material has lodged inside A

    ir Valve. It is not recom

    mended to disassem

    ble the Air Valve. R

    emove and return

    Air valve to factory.

    Gun leaks from

    inside the Trigger Frame and hoses are fine.

    . Heavy use of lightw

    eight oil on marker causing internal

    destruction of Air Valve. It is not recom

    mended to disassem

    ble the A

    ir Valve. Rem

    ove and return Air Valve to factory.

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  • Gun consistently leaks dow

    n the barrel, decreasing slightly when bolt

    is pushed forward.

    . Heavy use of lightw

    eight oil causes deterioration of Poppet

    O-ring and/or C

    up Seal. R

    emove P

    oppet and replace O-ring.

    Rem

    ove and replace Cup S

    eal washer.

    Bolt m

    oves freely. one or m

    ore of the airlines are crimped. R

    emove grip and

    reposition airline/lines

    Gun is pressurized and w

    ill not fire. . M

    ake sure the NM

    E is turned on.

    . If eye's are enabled make sure there is a ball in the breach and

    readable. . M

    ake sure electrical wiring and harness are intact.

    Marker fires w

    ith first shot extremely low

    . . P

    oppet O-ring is dry. G

    rease Poppet O

    -ring. . In-line R

    egulator is set to low. Increase pressure.

    Marker cycles but does not fire.

    . Dw

    ell is set to low.

    . LPR

    is set to low. R

    egulator Pin Valve has debris lodged betw

    een valve and seal.R

    emove debris from

    Regulator P

    in Valve.. H

    igh-pressure regulator piston is dry. Lube piston.. Large ram

    o-ring (rear) is worn. R

    eplace o-ring.

    Inconsistent velocity. . P

    aint does not fit barrel. Use appropriate size of paintball.

    . Dw

    ell is set to low.

    . LPR

    needs to be lubed.. In-line regulator needs to be lubed.. Low

    Battery. R

    emove and replace B

    attery.

    Regulator pressure w

    ill not adjust. . P

    in portion is bent causing unreliable seal. Rem

    ove and replace P

    in Valve.. M

    ake sure no parts are missing in the regulator.

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