AEAC Quick Guide for Altering Pulse Lengths with the Daystate Programmer

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    AEAC Quick Guide for Altering Pulse Lengths with the Daystate Programmer

    (Red Wolf Tuning)

     

    ** Prior to making any changes to your rifle's factory programming, take steps to access & document ALL of your OEM settings (see AOA or AGN YouTube videos on accomplishing this).

     

    ** Take care with all the wires when handling as they are delicate.

     

    ** Ensure rifle's battery is properly connected to the rifle and is charged (see AEAC Vlog YouTube Red Wolf Tuning Guide for details).

     

    ** Ensure that the programmer is properly connected to the rifle and charged (see AEAC Vlog YouTube Red Wolf Tuning Guide for details).

     

    ** Ensure that the safety is in the "fire" position as this is your rifle's on/off switch, and you need the rifle turned "on" for the tuning procedure.  If the rifle times out, cycling the cocking arm and/or the safety will wake it up.

     

    ** It is okay to shoot with the programmer connected to the rifle, and both turned on (but this is not necessary).

     

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    STEP 1 

    (↑) to turn on programmer

     

    STEP 2

    (←I) to enter mk5 setup menu

     

    STEP 3

    (▲ or ▼) to toggle through "power setup" 1-2-3 (high power, medium power, low power)

     

    STEP 4

    (←I) to enter mk5 power setup of your choosing (1-2-3)

     

    STEP 5

    (←I) again to access the "high pulse length" adjustment within the chosen power setting

     

    STEP 6

    (←) to delete the "high pulse length" values (behaves like a keyboard backspace button)

     

    STEP 7

    Enter new value of your choosing using the keypad’s numbers

     

    STEP 8

    (←I) to lock in the new value you typed in, which is confirmed by an audible "beep"

     

    Now, you must repeat steps 1-8 for the "mid" and "low" pulse length values within that chosen power setting. 

     

    Remember, it's important to change the high-mid-low pulse length values by the same amount within each power setting (see AEAC Vlog YouTube Red Wolf Tuning Guide for details).

     

    STEP 9

    (▼) to access mid pulse length and repeat steps 1-8 to alter its value

     

    STEP 10

    (▼) to access low pulse length and repeat steps 1-8 to alter its value

     

    STEP 11

    (▼) 5 times to access "Program" on the display

     

    STEP 12

    (←I) to save all of your changes made within the programmer to the GCU on the rifle.  You will hear an audible "clunk" from the rifle if the save was successful.  If you do not hear the audible "clunk," cycle the cocking arm and/or safety to "wake up" the timed out rifle and press enter (←I) again.  Listen for the audible “clunk” from the rifle.

     

    ** Record your newly entered pulse length values on paper (or the chart provided) so that you can easily refer back to them if testing revealed that you liked the results.

     

    Test & Repeat

     

     

     

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    Michael
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    Here is a "Tuning Spreadsheet" that I created, that Steve and others are using:

     

    • This reply was modified 1 month ago by Michael.
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    Linda_McGee
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    What a great video on the Daystate Red Wolf .177, Steve. Really appreciate your thoroughness!

    Thank you also, Michael, for the the spreadsheet. Will help so much.  My husband and I have just gotten into the Red Wolf airguns thanks to EBR 2018 after winning the .177 caliber gun at their raffle. We liked it so much that I purchased a Safari HP with the new upgrade computerized power source.  All this info will help greatly as we learn our gun's operations.

     

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    Linda_McGee

    What a great video on the Daystate Red Wolf .177, Steve. Really appreciate your thoroughness!

    Thank you also, Michael, for the the spreadsheet. Will help so much.  My husband and I have just gotten into the Red Wolf airguns thanks to EBR 2018 after winning the .177 caliber gun at their raffle. We liked it so much that I purchased a Safari HP with the new upgrade computerized power source.  All this info will help greatly as we learn our gun's operations.

     

    Great to hear Linda, thanks for sharing this!  Steve

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    bernard73
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    hello will this device do the same with the air wolf please and i have a mk3 if so what price is the programer please cheers bernard 

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