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Cyborg 07 board settings? I found the manual less than helpful.

#1 User is offline   flyweightnate 

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Posted 27 February 2009 - 10:42 AM

Is there a link anywhere to a more in-dept manual for the 07 Cyborg board? And does anyone know how to tell if the board has been reflashed to 10bps, or is still at 14?

I just picked up a pretty little thing, but I'm not up to speed on where to find info on these newfangled electronic widgets. Nor do I understand why the manual tells you what the colors mean, but not how many blinks mean what. Bah.

And here's some pictures for the nice folks at home.

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Posted 27 February 2009 - 12:31 PM

I would go to PN nation, The Macdev area is pretty good , I give you link to all the good stuff.

http://www.pbnation....d.php?t=2567373

Here is MAcdev OG
kinda quiet.

http://www.macdevog....n/yabb2/YaBB.pl

OR if you have any issues that need resolved you can talk to our Tech. Bounce/ Gen
We are sponsored and are also a dealer for MacDev.

http://www.irregulat...n/yabb2/YaBB.pl

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Posted 27 February 2009 - 06:01 PM

I had the same problem with my 07 when I first got it, even with a team full of experts. :laugh: . I hate handing my stuff to someone else to fix, so, I upgraded to the Tadao Yakuza board. Expensive, but completely user friendly and totally worth it IMO.

http://www.tadaotechnologies.com/productca...mp;idproduct=61

No more memorizing blinks and and counting registers- It is all there in graphical form. For me, it turned the 07 into a new marker. You also do not have to worry about which version of software you're using, and which manual to reference.

Here is a direct link to the borg trouble-shooting guide on Macdev OG. Some great stuff here.
http://www.macdevog....aintenance.html

Hope this helps, and welcome to the Macdev family

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Posted 27 February 2009 - 09:49 PM

Hmm, nice of the MDOG to actually have the board specs on there. Combined with the manual, I now know what the modes are!

Gonna be a PITA getting this thing capped to 10.5 though. Do NOT want to drop $100 on a board.
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Posted 27 February 2009 - 10:07 PM

Ok...first I have questions. Where are the pictures!

And...the trigger...which one do you have. See a picture helps here! The early '07 Borgs used the same trigger design as thw '06...later Borgs use the same trigger as the Droid.
The newer triggers indicate the laest version of Malitia Code. The older triggers used older code.
Now if you have an after market trigger...all that goes out the window and we start looking at colors!

Any who....

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Programming Your Cyborg
To program the board, turn the gun off. Hold down the trigger whilst turning the
gun on. The indicator light will turn white, continue to hold the trigger until it goes
blue (debounce register). Press the trigger once to advance to the next setting as
given below. When you have a setting you would like to change, hold the trigger
until the indicator light goes out. Release the trigger, and the indicator light will
flash to show the current setting. Then when it goes out, input the new setting by
the trigger and wait for the indicator light to go solid again.
The settings are:


That is from the '07 manual. Reread the section in bold...it really is quite simple to do and change. It will flash the number of times indicating wht you are on currently. when it is done flashing you pull the trigger the number times you want the new setting to be.


As for the flash...try seting the poor thing to 10....
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Posted 28 February 2009 - 03:45 PM

You may want to contact the previous owner to see if they ever had the board software updated. If not and if you really need to drop your cap to the 2009 PSP 10bps level, you'll need to have your board flashed. It doesn't cost anything more than shipping for the board. All the information you need is right here.

2009 Software Update for Droid / 07 Cyborgs - ROF changes
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Posted 28 February 2009 - 05:40 PM

Yup, planning on sending her in. I just wish there was some way to KNOW if it had been flashed or not...

I need a good camera with which to brag about my whoreage. Pewter/ gunmetal, with gold accents. 07, flat, wide delrin trigger, angled forward but with a definite concave face. And a round, red sticker on the back of my board, with no writing on it?

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Posted 28 February 2009 - 07:46 PM

Is it CP's? Cuz that's the same colour scheme his was and it's not all that common to see... :P

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EDIT: And it sounds like you're describing a PBK Sabre trigger.

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Posted 28 February 2009 - 08:22 PM

Yup, it was. Any info?
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Posted 28 February 2009 - 08:58 PM

I have no idea what that red sticker means.

If you know what 10bps sounds like compared to 14bps by ear, or have some way to record the noid clicking and count it (like Goldwave) you can try setting your ROF adjustment to "1." If it hasn't been flashed, it'll do 14bps. If it has been flashed, it'll do 10.

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Posted 01 March 2009 - 11:34 AM

Wahooo! I just set it into register 1 on the ROF mode, and register 10 on the fire mode... which defies the manual by being PSP ramp? But I threw it in Audacity, and got .0945ms between shots... or 10.5 bps!

Now I just need to figure out which register for fire mode is which... kinda hard w.o any air.

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Posted 01 March 2009 - 11:59 AM

There should also be a setting for BPS increments in .2BPS at a time somewhere, which is useful if you want to set your ROF to 15.4BPS or 13.2BPS or something.

-Z3R0

EDIT: Wait a minute, thinking of the 06 board here, nevermind :P.

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Posted 02 March 2009 - 10:07 AM

flyweightnate, on Mar 1 2009, 10:34 AM, said:

Now I just need to figure out which register for fire mode is which... kinda hard w.o any air.



Ok. Depending on the flash version this might help.

It is from the Droid manual which the newer '07 used the same software.

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Setting the Fire Mode - LED Colour White

Your Droid is equipped with 12 different fire modes. These fire modes will allow you to use your Droid in many different situations - tournament play, recreational and scenario. Always follow the rules and local regulations when selecting your fire mode. The available fire modes are given below:
NOTE: SOME VERSIONS MAY HAVE SOME MODES REMOVED TO COMPLY WITH LOCAL LAWS. FOR EXAMPLE, ALL MARKERS SOLD IN AUSTRALIA OFFER ONLY SEMI AUTO MODES.

1 Uncapped semi
2 Capped semi
3 PSP Auto Response
4 PSP/Millenium mild ramp
5 PSP/Millenium max ramp
6 PSP Z-Burst
7 NXL Full Auto
8 Auto Response
9 Mild ramp
10 Max ramp
11 3 shot burst
12 Full auto



The older Malitia software versions will only have 8 modes. That would be the first 8 on the list above, in the same order as well.

#8 is my personal favorite...7 is a close second.

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Posted 02 March 2009 - 10:48 PM

...the frick is 'mild' ramp and 'max' ramp? If I want 10.5bps, 3 shots per pull, PSP ramping, what do I use?

Ugh. Electronics. I think MacDev needs to get ON their website, updating software manuals. The physical maintenance manuals (the ones I can figure out via common sense) are great... the software manuals are lacking.

But thanks a bunch guys. You've brought me from complete darkness to twilight. Too bad whenever I've got something this hot around, I prefer full lighting.

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Posted 03 March 2009 - 03:43 PM

PSP Z-burst is the 3-shot ramping you're looking for.

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