Checkpoint is a primary device that is widely used in laser tag games. It is equipped with a rechargeable lithium accumulator (2.2 Ah) that gives you up to 24 hours of great performance.
Just have a look at the design and decoration stickers. You will like a device at first sight. There is also a special "call to action" sound. Hit the device to capture it.
The "holding time" of the device can be set in the range from 2 to 30 minutes (2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 20, 30). Hold the administrator button during the power-on process to set the "holding time". You will hear a signal, then you can set the time by pressing the Admin button. Each pressing of the button is accompanied by a change of "holding time". The holding time is a fixed period of time, during which the device remains captured by some team. As a rule, the team that controls the device longer than the other wins.
The RGB ribbon color will vary depending on the selected mode. Let's have a look at what the colors mean:
Red — 2 minutes
Yellow — 4 minutes
Green — 6 minutes
Blue — 8 minutes
Indigo — 10 minutes
Purple — 20 minutes
White — 30 minutes.
By default, the round lasts four minutes (yellow color).
To save the selected mode, press and hold the admin button for a few seconds.
TIME CALCULATION ALGORITHM
If the round time — six minutes, and the Blue Team controlled the device for 6 minutes+ 1 second: the Blue Team wins. As a result, the total playing time for two teams can be increased up to 12 minutes. The device can be recaptured many times, and the control point uses a smart "chess-clock" algorithm to calculate capture time.
The diodes start blinking when the device is ready to be hit for the first time. This mode has reduced energy consumption, and the device still remains visible on the battlefield.