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Auto Run Operation

Runs multiple launcher units like a field trial. Now you can set your Auto Run to a customizable delay sequence, ranging from 1 - 6 seconds, and customizable sound / launch combo feature. Auto Run uses the DG remote control button (mode DG Button).

Hands Free Operation
Auto run mode launches multiple units with a customizable sequential delay between marks (1 - 6 seconds). Launch and sound can be configured.

Operation features:
Start Put the Transmitter in DG mode, the light will flash. Press once to start (3 second delay) Pause Press again to pause
Resume Press again will continue the sequence
Reset Turn the switch from DG mode to Training mode (T) and then back to the DG mode.
Quad Capable (Example):
Start (3 second delay)
Launch your first mark with, or without sound (delay set at 3 seconds) Dog Gun
Launch your next mark (you can launch 4 marks in this example) Remote Control

See the Auto Run Pairing page for pairing and set up for Auto Run.

FAQ

Old style Electronics

Bumper Boy launcher were designed to maintain and be fixed in the field. Understanding basic things like lubrication, replacing a servo and basic problem Trouble shooting will save you time and money. You must have a spare servo in order to provide field test. These can be purchased from Bumper Boy or a local Hobby store. (use Futaba 3003 or GWS)

First determine if the issue is a electronic issue or a mechanical or servo issue.

Determining Electronic Issues:

Identify the problem.

Power Problems

Communication Issues

Program, Change Sounds, Add a Second Unit

Mechanical Issues:


New style Electronics

Bumper Boy launcher were designed to maintain and be fixed in the field. Understanding basic things like lubrication, replacing a servo and basic problem Trouble shooting will save you time and money. You must have a spare servo in order to provide field test. These can be purchased from Bumper Boy or a local Hobby store. (use Futaba 3003 or GWS)

First determine if the issue is a electronic issue or a mechanical or servo issue.

Determining Electronic Issues:

Identify the problem.

Power Problems

Communication issues

Mechanical Issues

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