ProCaps DXS Pulse Loader

Discussion in 'Loaders' started by Cerberus, Nov 22, 2006.

  1. Cerberus

    Cerberus Gaming God

    Another leap in paintball, the DXS Pulse loader

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    Procaps are pleased to announce the launch of the DXS PulseTM Loader with phenomenal wireless SynchropulseTM technology.

    The DXS PulseTM Loader introduces a revolution in paintball loader technology: The loader and marker can now be coordinated to function as ONE MACHINE via R.F. Wireless SynchropulseTM technology. Using a unique “Rotary Pulsing MotorTM, the Pulse loader instantaneously Accelerates and ramps via wireless signal pulses delivered from the marker, matching the loader’s action to that of the marker’s mode program, SHOT-FOR-SHOT, with none of the time delays of the ordinary electric motors used in other loaders.

    The PULSE’s exclusive ball-sensing technology solves an array of problems that plague today’s spring loader motorised hoppers. This durable system is radically superior to the troublesome “EYE” systems which are highly sensitive to dirt, broken paint, and certain shell colours. The PULSE also dramatically outperforms sound-driven loaders, whose over sensitivity to “ambient” game noise can cause false drive-cone starts and broken paint.

    PRO-Active Function: Like the electronic equivalent of a fast twitch muscle, the Rotary Pulsing MotorTM makes the PULSE the only pro-active loader delivering continuous rotary pulse readiness for instantaneous response at all times. Other loaders use RE-active drive motors which begin to accelerate only after your gun has begun shooting. The time delay for conventional motors to get up to speed can cause missed shot opportunities and ball chopping. The Pro-Active Pulse begins rocking as fast as you do.

    Red Mode, Green Mode: Standard Red Mode exceeds the performance of today’s loaders, extracting extreme performance from both standard and high end markers. But in high-performance R.F. GREEN MODE, the electronic marker and the Pulse become one: The marker’s mode-program wirelessly commands every single shot from the PULSE loader via R.F. signals, instantaneously Accelerating and ramping in perfect matched harmony. The PULSE also decelerates and stops instantaneously at the end of every shooting burst, avoiding the messy ball-breaking pileups that plague today’s loaders. (Marker board adapter installs easily).

    Convenience Innovations:

    Quick-Drawer TM Access Feature: Slide out the entire drive train by hand – NO TOOLS – For complete internal cleaning in seconds!

    Reversing Switch enables instant de-jam on the fly, at the momentary touch of a button.

    Gentlest on Paint: Drive-fingers are below the feed cone surface to avoid the ball-breaking “popcorn effect” syndrome that other loaders struggle with, enabling PULSE users to use brittle paint without breakage.

    Light Weight: 10% lighter than the HaloTM.
  2. Mikeanywhere

    Mikeanywhere New Member

    zzzzzzzzzzz

    it looks like a cross between a Halo & the new Reloader
  3. Cerberus

    Cerberus Gaming God

    And your face looks like crap but you dont see me crying do ya!!! :D
  4. Richie

    Richie Administrator Staff Member

    wireless.......

    so what marker has that feature?
  5. ion c

    ion c New Member

  6. Cerberus

    Cerberus Gaming God

    Any marker with an electronic board will support it, you have to solder the wireless chip onto your board :D
  7. ion c

    ion c New Member

    BAH i'm awful at soldering! give me the implating of a paintball creating gene into ecoli any day before hand!
  8. eoin99

    eoin99 Active Member

    Looks sweet, I'd heard of the pulse before, hadn't realised they had intended on making it so revolutionary. Still kinda annoying having to solder it though. Maybe next gen markers will have a connection point for RF loaders... maybe not.
  9. Mark Sc

    Mark Sc New Member

    sounds expensive...
  10. Whupass

    Whupass Hi! Haaaavvvve you met Ted?

    it is, 90 £ (with a deal!!!)
  11. eoin99

    eoin99 Active Member

    Thats pretty similar to prices you'll pay for halo/reloader
  12. Cerberus

    Cerberus Gaming God

    There is talk of some companies intergerting the chip onto their loaders
  13. ion c

    ion c New Member

    i'd say so, that'll be the next evolution in marker-hopper relations! what next? a goggle system that displays a holo image of the number of balls in your hopper and velocities and ROF??????

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