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FX Radar Pocket Wireless Chronograph

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FX Radar Pocket

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PY-A-9078

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FX Radar Pocket Chronograph

  • Uses Doppler Radar to obtain velocity, energy and other stats
  • Controlled via Android/iOS smartphone app
  • Bluetooth compatible
  • Runs off three AAA batteries
  • Allows user to input variables like pellet weight and radar return


If you’re looking for an affordable, no-fuss, easy-to-operate ballistics information solution for your air rifle, air pistol, airsoft gun or bow, FX Airguns has just the thing: the Radar Wireless Mini Pocket Chronograph.

Powered by three, widely available AAA batteries, FX’s new chronograph is lightweight, pocket-sized and provides all the pertinent information serious airgunners are after, like muzzle velocity and how many foot-pounds of energy their projectiles are pushing. Because it uses Doppler Radar to calculate its stats, the Radar chronograph functions in all lighting conditions. It returns data in both audio and visual formats. It’s extremely easy to set up and it’s as accurate as other, often bulky, chronographs.

 


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By Rick from USA on 2020-08-03
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Things I liked: Very easy to setup and use. The voice readout is nice.

Things I would have changed: I would like to see both fps & fpe on the same screen. Currently have to choose one or the other.

What others should know: If using with a break barrel I recommend getting a small camera tripod as it is awkward cocking with the unit hanging off the end.

 

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By George from USA on 2020-07-14
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Things I liked: It is very portable and there is no need to worry about what kind of light it receives as it works by radar. It is close enough to my Prochrono.

Things I would have changed: A quick change for the brackets and a no tool battery compartment lid. Some sort of rubber where the barrel makes contact to reduce movement.

What others should know: It will not strap to a Tx200 etc. The window that it works with is small, so that is an issue. The battery light seems to be red most of the time, with good batteries. It does miss some shots. Even with the above negatives I still like it.

 

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By Robert from USA on 2020-07-03
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Things I liked: The app works well on android 10, and makes getting data from the chronograph and transferred to a computer for analysis very easy. Battery life is excellent if you remove the batteries from the chronograph when not in use. Even with the chronograph powered off, it will drain batteries. Compact size makes it easy to store, transport and use.

Things I would have changed: Make it less sensitive to positioning, or provide fitted/attached hook-and-loop straps to make it easier to attach and remove.

What others should know: If the chronograph is not in the exact same position in relation to the end of the barrel with each shot, readings can vary significantly. My initial testing with this chronograph was on a tripod just under the end of the barrel on an Air Arms s500. I also had another chronograph down range for comparison. The down range chrono recorded significantly less velocity spread (9 fps) than the FX (40 fps). I powered off the FX, moved the down range chrono 1 foot in front of the barrel and recorded velocity spreads of 9 fps. I then attached the FX to the barrel with the adapter, and was now recording spreads of 9 fps. Without attaching the FX chronograph to the barrel, I was never able to get the consistency in readings as I was with it attached. The problem with this is some airguns will be susceptible to point of impact shifts with the chrono attached vs detached. The Air Arms s500 has no POI shift as the barrel shroud is secured to the air cylinder with a bracket and set screws.

 

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  • unrepentantsinner from USA asked:

    My green light does not blink , the iPhone and my iPad both downloaded the app neither will connect, if it does say it is connected, it still does notwork

    • Mark from USA:

      Contact FX USA for technical assistance. 866-639-0772

  • anderw from USA asked:

    Since this uses radar to measure velocity, will there be an update that will allow it to "track" projectiles down range?

    • Mark from USA:

      No. The measurement range is quite small. Only a few inches.

  • ST33L1 from USA asked:

    will this chronograph be compatible with Samsung note 10+ can this used on tx200 hc underlever but with added supp. Or should i go a different way prochrono Thanks.

    • Mark from USA:

      You will have to contact FX USA for that information.

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