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Ion (paintball marker)

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Smart Parts Ion

TypeSpool-Valve Electropneumatic
ActionSemi-Automatic, Rebound, Three-Round Burst, Full-Automatic
Barrel12 inch ported
Bore.689
Rate of fire17 balls per second
Retail price$165 USD (Ion), $235 USD (ION xe)

The Ion is an electropneumaticpaintballmarker manufactured by Smart Parts. At the time of its release, the Ion was the first fully electropneumatic marker aimed at entry-level players, at a price point similar to Spyders and other mechanical blowbacks. The Ion has generally been credited with making high-rate-of-fire electropneumatic markers generally available, at a time when electropneumatic markers were considered out of reach of most casual or budget players.[1]

The original Ion was released in 2005, and soon soared in popularity, though it was often criticized for being difficult to disassemble and service.[2] Smart Parts addressed these concerns in 2007 with the release of the Ion XE, which allows the bolt to be removed from the back of the marker.[3]

Features[edit]

The Ion's receiver consists of a breech and firing chamber, both hard-anodized. Its grip frame and ASA are both made of die-cast aluminum and are powder-coated. The outer shell of the Ion is polymer. The Ion includes the Vision system, or eyes, an infrared emitter and receiver on either side of the chamber. This prevents the Ion from firing when a ball is not fully loaded in the chamber, reducing the number of "chopped" balls.

The Ion is highly customizable: it is sheathed in a removable polymer shell, which comes in several different colors. This shell can also be replaced with aftermarket "body kits" to change the appearance of the Ion, similar to the kits available for the Tippmann A5 marker and others. These body kits also affect the performance of the gun and accessibility of the bolt. Body kits such as the lucky and deadlywinds are BOB (bolt out the back), and allow easy access and cleaning of the bolt. In addition to these body kits, several aftermarket replacement parts such as triggers and feednecks are available.

The Ion board is manufactured in two forms: one intended for distribution in the United States, and another for distribution in the United Kingdom. The UK version of the board does not have burst or fully automatic firing modes and is identified by the green power LED. The US version of the board includes all firing modes and has a red power LED. This board can also be replaced with a number of aftermarket boards (such as Blackheart or Virtue boards) which offer greater control over the timing of the firing action, different firing modes, and a higher maximum rate of fire, in most cases limited only by the mechanical capabilities of the marker itself.[4]

Due to the large number of aftermarket upgrades available, the Ion can be customized or used stock to hold its own in today's fast-paced speedball tournaments. It can also easily be made into a competent woodsball marker.

Operation[edit]

Internally, the Ion features a spool-valve design, similar to a Shocker SFT or a Dye Matrix. However, the operation of the Ion is somewhat simpler than a Shocker SFT or Matrix in that it does not use a 4-way solenoid valve. The Ion's solenoid valve only has three hoses: one to provide air to the solenoid, one to provide air to a reservoir chamber behind the bolt, and the other which provides air to the front of the bolt to hold it back while the marker is at rest. The solenoid thus directs air either to the front of the bolt when not firing, or to the air reservoir behind the bolt, to blow it forward.

When the Ion is fired, the air in front of the bolt that holds it back is drained back through the solenoid, which causes the air in the rear of the firing chamber to blow the bolt forward. In order to expedite the draining of air from the front of the bolt, many users add a quick exhaust valve (QEV) to their marker. The QEV replaces a fitting on the Ion's body and allows the draining air to vent into the body cavity instead of passing all the way back through the solenoid. By allowing the air to vent faster, this allows the bolt to close faster and with more force, which permits lower operating pressure and dwell (the time the solenoid valve is open). The QEV also acts as a trap for excess grease that might otherwise enter the solenoid and cause problems.

Two other markers manufactured by Smart Parts, the SP-8 and the Epiphany, are based on the Ion's spool-valve design.

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ion_(paintball_marker)

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Main Circuit BoardZDSPB.com > Tech index > SP Ion > Parts of an Ion > Main circuit board

The main part of the Ion's electronics are housed within a single circuit board located vertically in the grip frame. The board carries out multiple functions. Firstly and most importantly, it houses the main part of the marker's electronics, encompassing the microcontroller and all related components. This means it's the circuit that is "programmed" to operate the marker. The mainboard connects to the battery by a standard 9v battery connector.

When the frame is removed, you have view of the entire mainboard package, as well as the solenoid and internal hose system as well.

Other characteristics of the mainboard:
Trigger switch: This sticks out the front of the board, facing the trigger right in front of it. This is the switch that fires the gun when it gets compressed by the trigger. The stock switch weight on the board is 25 grams (this is the lowest available return weight).
Capacitor: The large cylinder on the front of the board is a power capacitor, which is required for the Ion solenoid to function correctly. Please note that it is suggested that you remove the battery when you aren't playing (ie. overnight or longer). The capacitor will slowly drain the battery strength over time. On some boards this will be several weeks, but on others it might drain more quickly.
Solenoid: Attached to the rear of the mainboard is the Ion's solenoid valve. This is wrapped with red wire (known as the coil) and has a yellowish brass bracket around the back. The solenoid is attached to the rest of the marker via the system of hoses, visible leading to different parts of the gun. For more information about the solenoid and hoses, check the Related Links section at the bottom of the page.
Wire harness: At the top of the board is a small connector which is where the wire harness attaches. This leads to the other part of the electronics, the Vision daughterboard. Again, refer to the Related Links section for more details.

Board Adjustment:
One of the other more important features of the mainboard is that it is the platform by which the marker's electronic settings (dwell, ROF, etc) are adjusted. For instructions on how to adjust the board's settings, follow the link at the bottom of the page to the adjusting and maintaining section of the site.

Aftermarket Boards:
The following lists all of the current drop-in boards for the Ion, and a list of their features. For a complete list you can consult the manuals & documentation page for manuals on the board function. A drop-in board is one that replaces the stock electronics without requiring any soldering or otherwise modification. Some boards are available without the solenoid so you can swap it on your own, however soldering skills are required for this.
So...which board is best? The answer is none of them. As you can see, most of the boards have relatively the same programming features and other characteristics. They all improve the reflective eye performance. They all fire faster than the stock. None of them are "faster" than any others. Take a look at the features for each board, how they are adjusted, and make your choice from there.


Board Type:
SP
stock
SP
Blackheart
SD
T-board
Virtue PB
Ion
Tadao
Ion (M7)
APE
Ion
KM2/TAG
Predator Ion
Adjustable debounce?noyesyesyesyesyesyes
Adjustable ramp
activation speed?
noyesyesyesyesunknownyes
Adjustable ramp
activation count?
noyesyesnonounknownyes
Adjustable eye holdoff?nonoyesyesyesyesyes
Adjustable ABS dwell?noyesyesyesyesunknownyes
Adjustable AMB:nononoyesyesnono
Delayed eye mode?nonoyesyesyesunknownno
Adjustable CPF?nonononoyesnono
Adjustable full dwell time?nonononoyesyesno
Adjustable dwell pulse?nonononoyesnono
Tournament lock?yesyesyesyesyesyesyes
Battery indicator?noyesnoyesyesunknownno
Auto shutdown:no10 minnono15 min6-60 minno
Simulate mode?nonononoyesyesno
Breakout mode(s)?nonoyesyesyesnoyes
Package comes
with hoses?
noyesnoyesyesunknownno
Price with solenoid:$70$100$80$130$150$130TBD
Price without solenoid:$35n/a$55n/aTBDTBDTBD

Smart parts stock Ion board:
Semiauto and rebound capped at 17-bps.
Programmable via push-button switches on the surface of the board.
Firing modes: semiauto, rebound (PSP ramp), three-shot burst at 10-bps, fullyauto at 10-bps
$70 for the board with solenoid instaled, or $35 for just the board.

Smart Parts Blackheart board:
All modes capped at 20-bps.
Programmable via push-button switches on the surface of the board.
Firing modes: Semiauto, rebound, PSP ramp, NXL fullyauto (additional fire modes can be obtained using the ramp adjustments).
Speaker for adjusting and board status, also functions as a low battery indicator.
Package includes Ion solenoid, main board, daughterboard, wire harness, and microline hoses.
Price: $99 from SP retailers

Scenario Dreams Ion T-Board:Scenariodreams.com
All modes capped at 30-bps.
Multicolor LED pixel for programming.
Firing modes: Semiauto, autoresponse, three-shot burst, fullyauto, Nitro (breakout mode), PSP ramp, NXL fullyauto.
Eye alignment feature to verify eye functionality.
Available with or without the solenoid.
Price: $80

Virtue Ion board:Virtuepaintball.com
All modes capped at 20-bps with eyes off, or unlimited with eyes on.
Programmable by holding the trigger while turning the marker on.
Push-button switch on the surface of the board toggles between locked and unlocked (tournament lock).
Multicolor LED pixel for programming.
Lifetime software upgrades for the original owner.
Firing modes: semiuato, PSP ramping, autoresponse, NXL fullyauto, fullyauto, ramping percentage ramp mode.
Price: $130

Tadao Ion board: Coming soon. Tadaotechnologies.com
All modes capped at 20-bps with eyes off, or unlimited with eyes on.
Programmable by holding the trigger while turning the marker on.
Push-button switch on the surface of the board toggles between locked and unlocked (tournament lock).
Adjustable cycle percentage filter (CPF) controls the length of time for the shot buffer in response to the firing cycle (used to control bounce).
Additional features planned, which will be disclosed once the board becomes available.
Multicolor LED pixel for programming.
Firing modes: semiauto, mild ramping, max ramping, PSP two shot burst, autoresponse, fullyauto, NXL fullyauto, and all firing modes available with PSP default settings (ramping modes, burst modes, etc).
Simulate firing mode to test users' trigger speed.
Available with or without the solenoid.
Price: $140

APE Ion board: Coming soon. Goapeonline.com
Rate of fire adjustable and can be set to uncapped.
Includes special membrane keypad for the rear of the frame to operate and adjust the board. This keypad includes power, eye mode, and programming buttons as well as status LEDs that are also used for adjustments.
Tournament lock DIP switch toggles lock modes.
Adjustbale auto-shutdown feature between 6-60 minutes (or disable it entirely)
Firing modes: semiauto, 2-5 shot burst modes, modified "reactive" autoresponse (fires 1-5 shots on pull and release), PSP ramping, NL fullyauto.
Simulate firing mode to test users' trigger speed.
Price: $130

TAG/KM2 Predator SFT board: Coming soon. TAGsportz.com
All firing modes uncapped.
Programmable by holding the trigger while turning the marker on.
Tournament lock DIP switch on the surface of the board (tournament lock).
Numerically programmed using LED blinks.
Lifetime software upgrades for the original owner.
Firing modes: semiauto, soft ramping, assisted ramping, hard ramping, three shot burst ramping, autoresponse, fullyauto, breakout mode for hard ramping.
Price: to be determined.

Lucky Paintball Un1Chip board: Coming soon. Lucky-paintball.com

Dark Adrenalin board: Development has been cancelled on this product.

Stock Board Technical Specifications:Tech
Microcontroller uses an Atmel ATmega48v10MI AVR microcontroller running 5V from a National Semiconductors LP2981 voltage reg.
Solenoid FET signal normally high. The microcontroller drops the signal for 4.04-mS then pulses it at 7.813-kHz for the remainder of the dwell time. Thanks to Chiumanfu for the scope intel.

The solenoid is manufactured by Humphrey and is rated at approximately 4-ohm. There are no published specs for the solenoid since they're not available through the manufacturer for public sale (the solenoid is proprietarially manufacturered for Smart Parts only).
Trigger microswitch is a 25 gram leverswitch, Omron part number D2F-FL.
Power and programming switches are subminiature side-actuated tactile switches, ITT CANNON part number KSS321G (7mmx3.5mmx1.6mm).
Wire harness connector is a shrouded, top-entry, 4-point JST eSH series connector on the mainboard, JST part number BM04B-SRSS-TB (shown in the picture below). The connector on the daughterboard is the same, except side-entry (JST part SM04B-SRSS-TB). Note, I sell the vertical entry headers, check the Store section.

The current eye wire harness is 28 AWG wire, connected between two protrousioned housings (wire terminal housing is JST part number SHR-04V-S-B).
Stock board utilizes a 2200-�F radial electrolytic capacitor to run straight battery voltage for firing the solenoid. Blackheart boards use a slightly lower capacitance to make room for a microspeaker on the end. The solenoid is wrapped with approximately 60-70 feet of 32 gauge wire, then coated in enamel to prevent moisture issues. The solenoid and electronics are sealed and thus water resistant, but not submersible.
Mainboard: (thanks to Massive Entertainment for the first two pictures)

Mainboard without the solenoid, radial capacitor, or trigger microswitch.

Vision daughterboard pictures from above:

Here is a reverse-engineered circuit schematic made by myself and Chiumanfu (current as of November 2005):

Overview:
The main part of the Ion's electronics are located on a board in the frame.
The board is slideably removable through the top of the frame, when it's separated from the body.
The front microline banjo must be removed before removing the frame.

Related Links:
Electronics and pressure setting
Daughterboard, wire hanress, and Vision system
Solenoid & pneumatics
Microswitch tensioner mod

Sours: http://www.zdspb.com/
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Description

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The Blackheart circuit board is a full-featured tournament level, upgrade board. It gives you complete operational control and a wider range of adjustment for ION, Impulse, Shocker or Nerve markers.

Features:

1. Fire Rate (Adjustable)
2. Trigger Debounce (Adjustable)
3. Kick-In Rate for Advanced Modes (Adjustable)
4. Sustain Rate for Advanced Modes (Adjustable)
5. Shots Fired to Enter Advanced Mode (Adjustable)
6. First Shot Drop Software (Adjustable)
7. PSP Legal Mode (Adjustable)
8. NXL Legal Mode (Adjustable)
9. Millennium Legal Mode (Adjustable)
10. Three Shot Burst
11. Low Battery Indicator
12. More User-Friendly Software

Additional ION/SP-8 features:

1. New Speaker for Easier Adjustments and On/Off Activation
2. Non-Battery Draining Design
3. Nickel Plated Solenoid Components
4. New Higher Max Rate of Fire Software (20 shots/sec)

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