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#1 EasyPyro Ltd

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Posted 03 March 2011 - 12:06 PM

Cobra Firing System

Hello firework people,

Now that the excellent new Cobra Fire firing system is finally available, we thought we would give you all a better look at what it's got to offer.

Here is some basic information:

  • 2.4 GHz SafeSense communications protocol.
  • 2 way communications.
  • 300m+ range Line of Sight.
  • 18 Cue Field Modules.
  • Control 100 Field Modules from 1 Remote Control giving 1800 Cues in total.
  • "Same Time" sequencer with delays from 0.1s - 99s between cues.
  • Small, Light and Rugged.
  • Backlit keypad, Signal Strength Meter, Key Arm, Battery Monitor.
  • Incredibly reliable and easy to use.
  • Designed in the USA.

GREAT VALUE!

Remote Control = £130 + VAT.
18 Cue Field Module = £180 + VAT.

Optional rugged case and silicone rubber boot available soon.



If you want to place an order or talk about the system just give us a call on 0845 468 2419 or visit the website.

Thanks!


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Compact Remote Control and Field Module

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Backlit Rubber Buttons

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Clear plastic case to minimise holes and prevent water getting in.

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Optional rugged case and metal front panel for the 18 Cue Field Module. Slots in case for e-match wires to exit with lid closed. External antenna included.
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#2 Vic

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Posted 03 March 2011 - 08:58 PM

Looks like a nice firing system, the back light on the remote is a nice idea.
It says it fires up to 10 e-matches in series, out of interest how many will the Kingdom system fire?
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Posted 03 March 2011 - 10:28 PM

Looks like a nice firing system, the back light on the remote is a nice idea.
It says it fires up to 10 e-matches in series, out of interest how many will the Kingdom system fire?



The Kingdom 20 Cue Standard (Link) has a 12v output.
The Kingdom 20 Cue Waterproof (Link) has a 24v output.
The CobraFire 18 Cue System (Link) has a 18v output.

So you see the Kingdom 12v system will fire a few less, and the Kingdom 24v system a few more.

Daisy chaining up too many igniters in series on 1 cue is a bad idea on any firing system though. If 1 igniter or connection fails for some reason then everything in that chain will fail, which could mean a big gap in your show.

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#4 Mixologist

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Posted 04 March 2011 - 09:55 AM

Shame they didn't give it a trigger in and out.

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Posted 23 June 2011 - 06:25 PM

Daisy chaining up too many igniters in series on 1 cue is a bad idea on any firing system though. If 1 igniter or connection fails for some reason then everything in that chain will fail, which could mean a big gap in your show.


I suppose it depends what you are wiring up, sometimes you want it all to go or nothing at all - but that debate will never end! :)

Not having external triggers is a quite drawback to this system, which i think is a great shame because they have obviously spent a lot of time in design :(

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Posted 24 June 2011 - 12:38 PM

I notice 2 way communication is mentioned - does this mean it has remote indication of continuity?
Trying to do something very beautiful but very dangerous very safely....

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Posted 24 June 2011 - 01:47 PM

if you are meaning can you check the conitiuity from the hand controller, i believe the answer is yes. I think they have vids on their site now with demo's on, very useful.

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Posted 09 July 2011 - 11:46 PM

I like the look of it alot and may look into it when i get a firing system




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