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PureFlight™ Operating Guide
PureFlight™
Ball Flight Monitor Operating Guide
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Thank you for choosing the PureFlight™ ball flight monitor by Zelocity, sure to be your
favorite golf partner. Please contact us with any questions at 1.888.ZELOCITY or visit
our website at www.zelocity.com.
Table of Contents
PureFlight™ Specifications ................................................................................................. 4
Getting Started .................................................................................................................... 5
PureFlight™ Power Management ........................................................................................ 7
Operating in MODE 1 and MODE 2 .................................................................................. 8
Monitoring Short-Distance Shots in WEDGE Mode........................................................ 12
Customized Use of PureFlight™ ....................................................................................... 12
Storing Shot Data in the PureFlight™ ............................................................................... 14
Troubleshooting ................................................................................................................ 16
Warranty ........................................................................................................................... 20
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
We, Zelocity Corporation,
14500 N. Northsight Blvd., Suite 205
Scottsdale, Arizona 85260
Phone 480-556-6007
declare under our sole responsibility that the product
Zelocity PureFlight™
complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device
may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device
must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
***NOTE***
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Move the computer away from the receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
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PureFlight™ Specifications
General:
• Golf ball flight monitor with integrated Doppler-radar transceiver
• Patented technology, Made in USA, Shot data displayed on unit
• Outputs: Ball Velocity, Club Head Speed, Carry or Carry + Roll Distance, and Power Transfer Ratio %
• Data transferable to user’s personal computer via serial connection (optional)
• Computer software (optional) available for personal practice, club fitting, and golf instruction
o PureFlight™ Practice uploads practice results to PC for improvement tracking
o PureFlight™ Fitting program displays shot data real-time on computer for club fitting
o Software prints distance card by club and performance graphs
Applications: Serious and Avid Golfers, Club Fitting, Instruction, Event Rentals, Driving Ranges, etc.
Performance:
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For right-handed and left-handed golfers
For all clubs, driver through wedges
Indoor or outdoor use; No calibration required; Setup time less than 30 seconds
External microphone for club head speed measurement at impact
Communicates with external 4” digital display (optional) for easy viewing
Convenience:
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Portable, compact design
Comes complete with power supply, microphone, cable and instructions
Operates using Battery or AC power outlet; Recharge 10 hrs; Avg. Life 3 - 6 hrs
No maintenance required; One (1) year factory warranty; Repaired at factory
One (1) year customer support included
Construction:
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Rugged steel case; Touch-sensitive keypad; Serial connector; AC power connector;
External display connector
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Rechargeable internal 12V DC Ni-Cad batteries
120V, 25W AC Power Transformer provided for recharging or AC operation
Input Voltage: 90-135V at 50/60 Hz
Power:
Dimensions:
PureFlight™ unit:
Shipping:
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(H x W x D): 9” x 13” x 11”
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Weight: ~ 8 lbs
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Getting Started
Before using your PureFlight™, ensure all ordered components have been received.
Within your PureFlight™ shipping container you should find the following items.
PureFlight™ Components
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
PureFlight™ unit
Power Supply
Microphone
Mode 2 Microphone Cable
Carry Bag
PureFlight™ User Manual
Carry Bag
Microphone
PureFlight™ Unit
Combination
Carry Handle/Stand
PureFlight
User Manual
Power Supply
Mode 2 Microphone
Cable
Please contact your Zelocity salesperson immediately if you have not received all these
items or any item appears damaged.
Please review these instructions carefully and completely prior to using your new
PureFlight™. You may also wish to keep this guide handy when operating your unit the
first few times.
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PureFlight™ Back Panel
The back panel of the PureFlight™ contains the following:
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Power connection for AC power supply/re-charger
Display connection for 5-pin display cable. This cable
connects the PureFlight™ to a 4” (size of the digits)
external digital display for easy viewing (shown at right,
sold separately).
Serial port for connecting PureFlight™ to a personal
computer (PureFlight™ Practice and PureFlight™ fitting
software sold separately)
Microphone connector to accept microphone (for MODE 1
operation) or MODE 2 microphone cable (for MODE 2
operation)
PureFlight™ Keypad
The PureFlight™ keypad provides you with the ability to operate the unit, set and change
defaults, change modes and more. See the PureFlight™ Keypad Instructions at the end
of this manual for all keypad functions.
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PureFlight™ Power Management
The PureFlight™ is shipped from the factory with a full charge on the internal battery.
When you initially turn the power on, the READY message will appear for a few
seconds. The display will then switch to a battery level indicator message for a few
seconds before returning to READY. The PureFlight™ will display battery status
approximately every 8 minutes during operation.
There are three possible displays for the battery level depending on the remaining charge:
Charge Life
Display
Up to 6 hours remaining
15-30 minutes remaining
0 minutes remaining
BATT OK
LOW BATT
Flashes “RECHARGE” and automatically shuts off
To recharge the PureFlight™ internal battery:
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4.
Plug the power supply into a surge-protected AC outlet.
Plug the power supply’s connector into the “Power” port on the back of the unit.
Ensure the PureFlight™ is powered off.
Charge the PureFlight™ for a full 4 to 6 hours when the battery gauge displays
LOW BATT or RECHARGE.
The PureFlight™ can also be operated on AC power when the power supply is plugged
into the unit and the unit is powered on.
***ATTENTION***
The unit does not charge the internal batteries while it is operating under AC power. If you wish to
recharge the unit after AC use, leave the unit plugged in and turn the power off. The PureFlight™
will then recharge normally.
A fully charged battery should last approximately 6 hours in with a microphone (use of
microphone in MODE 1 is not recommended), 3 to 4 hours in MODE 1 without a
microphone or 3 to 4 hours of MODE 2 operation. Using MODE 1 with a microphone
may cause long iron and wedge shots to not be recorded. The microphone may not
“hear” the shot impact.
Once your PureFlight™ is charged, it is ready for operation and can be used for either
normal or high trajectory shots in either MODE 1 or MODE 2.
CAUTION: If using the PureFlight™ indoors where static electricity may be present you
should place a mouse pad or other rubber based mat underneath the unit.
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Operating in MODE 1 and MODE 2
The PureFlight™ has two different MODES of operation: MODE 1 and MODE 2. For
each mode, there are differences in (a) the handle position, (b) how the unit is set up, and
(c) how the data is displayed.
Handle Positions for MODE 1 and MODE 2
Using the combination Carry Handle/Stand, the PureFlight™ can be used to monitor
shots for all clubs from the driver through wedges in both MODE 1 and MODE 2.
For MODE 1, pull the stand down to its
second stop position, where the handle is
perpendicular to the bottom of unit. The
bottom of the stand is now underneath the unit
and the white face is pointed in the air (see
picture at right). Use this position for all
clubs in MODE 1.
MODE 1
For MODE 2 operation, hold the unit with
keypad facing up and push the handle
towards the front of the unit a few inches
until you feel the handle engage in the
next stop position. The bottom of the
stand is now slightly in front of the white
face of unit (see picture). Use this position
for all clubs in MODE 2.
MODE 2
Refer to the Troubleshooting section for more detail as questions arise.
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The following are descriptions of MODE 1 and MODE 2 operation and the variables that
can be controlled by the user.
MODE 1 – Distance Only Operation
Golfer
Golf Ball
6”
Unit
6”
Unit is 6” - 8” to the
side of the ball and 6”
behind ball
Down Range
PureFlight™ set up for MODE 1:
1. Position the stand under the unit in the “high” position.
2. In MODE 1, the PureFlight™ unit is placed as follows:
• Position unit 6” behind the ball and approximately 6” to the side of the ball
(see above picture)
• If the unit is further away than 6” to the side of the ball, the readings may be
short. If the unit needs to be positioned 7” – 12” away from the ball, use the
Increase Distance Readings function (see keypad instructions) and set to
110% or whatever percentage you find necessary to display accurate readings
• White face of the unit pointed downrange, along the golf ball flight line
3. After pressing the POWER key, the unit will display “READY” and will be in
MODE 1 (the default).
4. The PureFlight™ unit is now ready for MODE 1 (Distance Only) use. The
microphone is not necessary in MODE 1 position
Notes on MODE 1 Setup:
a. In MODE 1, the PureFlight™ has an active radar signal at all times. This
will drain the battery at a faster rate.
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User Settings in MODE 1:
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“Yards” is Carry Distance (distance the ball flies in the air before hitting the
ground on its first bounce)
---OR--“YardsR” is Carry + Estimated Roll (total distance the ball travels in flight
plus a constant amount of roll). The estimated roll constant for drivers will be
more than for wedges.
MODE 2 – All Parameters (Ball Velocity, Club Head Speed,
Distance, Power Transfer Ratio %)
Microphone & cable is
6”-8” from ball
Golfer
Unit
Golf Ball
Approximately 42”- 45” from front of unit
to microphone
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PureFlight™ set up for MODE 2:
1. Position the stand under the unit in the low position.
2. Insert the microphone into the opening at the end of the “curly” MODE 2 cable.
Push the microphone all the way in and tug on it a little to ensure it is locked into
place. If not, pull the microphone out and re-insert it making sure it is tightly
seated in the cable.
3. Plug the cable connector into the back panel. Push all the way in and tug on it a
little to ensure it is locked into place. If not, pull the cable out and re-insert it
making sure it is tightly seated in the PureFlight™ unit.
4. The PureFlight™ unit is placed as follows (see picture on prior page):
• About 42” directly behind ball for drivers, 34” directly behind the ball for
mid-irons, 28” directly behind the ball for short irons and wedges
• White panel pointed downrange, straight down the target line
• Mode 2 microphone cable stretched out toward ball
• End of Microphone 6” from the ball pointed at or slightly behind the ball (you
may wish to tape it or use tee to hold in place).
5. The PureFlight™ units default mode of operation is MODE 1. Therefore, you
must change from MODE 1 to MODE 2 after powering up the unit. After
pressing the POWER key, the unit will display “READY” and it is in MODE 1.
a. To set to MODE 2:
b. Press the MODE key – the unit will display “MODE 1”
c. Press DOWN ARROW – the unit displays “MODE 2”
d. Press MODE key again to lock in the setting – unit displays “READY”
6. The PureFlight™ unit is now ready for MODE 2 use.
Notes on MODE 2 Setup:
b. In MODE 2, the PureFlight™ has an active radar signal at all times. It
waits to “hear” the club impact the ball and then reports club head speed
measured just before impact.
c. The microphone is moisture sensitive, so avoid placing on wet grass.
a. PureFlight™ returns to MODE 1 when power is turned off.
Data Displayed in MODE 2:
Ball flight measurements are displayed in the following order:
• Carry distance (distance the ball flies in the air before hitting the ground
(yrds))
---OR--• Carry + Roll distance (total distance the ball travels in flight plus a constant
amount of roll (yrdsR))
• Club head speed in miles per hour (CMPH)
• Ball velocity in miles per hour (BMPH)
• Power Transfer Ratio % (PTR%), also known as Smash Factor, is an indicator
of the transfer of energy from the club to the ball. The relationship is
calculated as follows: PTR% = (Ball Velocity / Club Head Speed) x 100%
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Monitoring Short-Distance Shots in WEDGE Mode
The PureFlight™ can be used to monitor shots from 20 yards to 420 yards in carry
distance. When the unit is powered up, the default mode is for longer (greater than 75
yards) shots. If the user desires to monitor short shots between 20 and 75 yards, enter
WEDGE selection mode by pressing the MODE and UP ARROW keys simultaneously.
The unit will respond by flashing “IRON/DRV” in the display window. This means the
unit is currently set for longer shots hit with irons and drivers. To enter WEDGE mode,
press the UP ARROW key. The display will now flash “WEDGE”. Then, to lock in the
selection, press the MODE and UP ARROW keys simultaneously. The unit will stop
flashing and return to the READY prompt.
To go back to monitoring longer shots, either turn the unit off and back on, which resets
to IRON/DRV mode, or re-enter WEDGE selection by pressing the MODE and UP
ARROW simultaneously. The unit will now respond with “WEDGE” flashing in the
display window. Use the UP ARROW to select IRON/DRV mode and lock in the
selection by pressing MODE and UP ARROW keys simultaneously.
NOTE: While there are many types and shapes of short game shots, the PureFlight™
distance is based on an internal model with a given set of flight trajectories, club speeds,
and ball speeds. This model was developed from the results of extensive testing with
robotic equipment and professional golfers. For this reason, short shots that are
significantly different in shape and trajectory from the internal model (such as low punch
shots or fast, high shots) may result in actual yardages that are different from the
displayed distance readings on the PureFlight™.
Customized Settings for the PureFlight™
Some PureFlight™ functions can be customized by the user, depending on specific
requirements and how the unit is being used. These variables include the following:
UNITS key - Unit of Measure: used to set unit of measure to yards, meters, or feet.
RESET TIME key: used to control duration of display of each measurement, from 0 to 60
seconds
CLUB key: when not being used in MEMORY mode, CLUB key used to control scaling
factor for distance measurements, up to 150%. Scaling the distance measurement is
typically used by event planners, and amusement company vendors to display greater
shot distances for their customers. Scaling is not recommended to improve your game.
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Customizing the PureFlight™ for Personal Use
The PureFlight ball flight monitor is calibrated at the factory for general use by golfers.
Built in to this calibration are standard values for local conditions such as:
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Elevation
Wind
Temperature
Barometric Pressure
Relative Humidity
Standard: Sea Level
Standard: No Wind
Standard: 70 deg. F
Standard: 31.9 inches mercury
Standard: 70%
Specific conditions and situations may vary from the standard settings used for this
general purpose calibration. In these cases, the CLUB key is useful to increase (or
decrease) the distances reported by the device by a specified percentage or scaling factor.
For example, a golfer practicing at high
Effect of Altitude
Launch Velocity = 150 mph;
elevation notices the ball carries
Launch Angle = 15 deg; Spin Rate = 3000 RPM
significantly further than the same shot hit
Elevation
Carry Yards
Scaling Factor
at sea level (see Effect of Altitude table).
(Feet)
0
249
Standard
The distances displayed by the PureFlight
1000
253
+ 1.5%
with standard settings may be below the
2000
257
+ 3.0%
actual distance for this situation. In this
3000
261
+ 4.5%
case, the golfer may choose to increase the
4000
264
+ 6.0%
5000
268
+ 7.5%
displayed distance by a corresponding
6000
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+ 9.0%
amount, using the CLUB key. The actual
amount of the percent scaling factor can be determined using various methods, from very
informal (make an educated guess) to very rigorous (measure actual shot distance using a
tape or surveyor’s wheel).
One method Zelocity has used in our own calibration efforts on driving ranges has been
to move to an open area of the tee line, a safe distance away from other golfers’ shots.
Using our surveyor’s wheel (an alternative would be to pace off the distance), we
measure out to our desired hitting distances and mark every 10 yards using landscaper’s
flags (an alternative might be empty range ball buckets). To see carry distance to the first
bounce, it is also helpful to have someone downrange for better visibility of the exact
spot the ball lands.
Then we hit shots and note each reading on the monitor and the corresponding distance
measured on the range. Some distance variation, plus or minus a small percentage, may
be expected due to variation in golf balls, wind, etc. This exercise, however, is intended
to find significant variation in one direction, such as each shot displaying five yards too
short on a consistent basis. Then, we translate this yardage to a percentage and use the
CLUB key to increase the distance by this percentage. In this example, a 3% increase in
the reported distance requires a CLUB setting of 103%.
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For reference, the following tables indicate corresponding effects of wind and
temperature on flight distance.
Effect of Wind
Launch Velocity = 150 mph;
Launch Angle = 15 deg; Spin Rate = 3000 RPM
Wind Speed
(MPH)
- 5 (Head wind)
-10 (Head wind)
0 (No wind)
+5 (Tail wind)
+10 (Tail wind)
Carry Yards
Scaling Factor
239
257
249
261
264
- 4%
- 8%
Standard
+ 4%
+ 8%
Effect of Temperature
Launch Velocity = 150 mph;
Launch Angle = 15 deg; Spin Rate = 3000 RPM
Temperature
(degrees F)
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
Carry Yards
Scaling Factor
239
242
244
246
249
251
253
-4%
-3%
- 2%
- 1%
Standard
+1%
+2%
Storing Shot Data in the PureFlight™
The PureFlight™ is a microprocessor based unit with an internal memory that can store
up to 1000 shots, saved in up to 99 sessions. Examples of how a session or set of
sessions can be defined include the following:
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Golfer A hits 10 shots each with 8 different clubs for averages by club on a given
day and saves as Session 1. Then Golfer A hits 10 shots with each of the same
clubs three months later and saves as Session 8 (for example). Golfer A then
compares the two sets of averages to determine any changes in their game.
Golfer B hits six shots with Driver X in Session 1, then hits six shots with Driver
Y and saves in Session 2 and compares the two sets of averages to judge
comparative performance.
Golfer C hits six shots with each of their clubs in a single session, uploads the
data to the PureFlight™ Practice program, and prints out average distance by club
on a “bag tag” to carry with them on the course.
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Follow these steps to store shots in the PureFlight™:
1. Begin a session.
a. On the key panel, the word MEMORY with lines through it indicates you
should simultaneously press the CLUB and UNITS keys to enter into
MEMORY mode.
b. The PureFlight™ unit will display CONTinue “Y” or “N” with an “up
arrow” and “down arrow.” To add shots to the most recent session,
choose “Y”. To start a new session, choose “N”. (Note: Once you
discontinue a session, you cannot scroll back to the session again later.)
c. Choose the club for which to store data by pressing the CLUB key, then
use the arrows to scroll to the club of your choice. Stop on the club to be
selected, and press the CLUB key again to lock in your selection.
d. The PureFlight™ will continue to display the club you selected. (Note:
The club will be displayed instead of the READY message seen when not
in MEMORY mode).
e. The PureFlight™ is now ready for MEMORY use and will store the shots
in the selected session for the selected club.
2. Begin hitting shots.
a. Measurements will be stored in the PureFlight™ internal memory.
b. If a mis-hit occurs, it can be deleted by pressing the CLEAR key before
the displayed numbers disappear and the unit resets for the next shot.
3. You can see average distance with the AVERAGES function by simultaneously
pressing the RESET TIME and MODE keys.
4. To end a session, press MEMORY again by simultaneously pressing the CLUB
and UNITS keys. The PureFlight™ will display END “Y” or “N”. Choose “Y”
(Up arrow) to end the session.
The shots saved in PureFlight™ memory can be uploaded into the optional PureFlight™
Practice software program for performance analysis and improvement tracking.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Resolution
For most common problems,
execute a PureFlight™ self-test
first.
™ Run the “Full Unit Self-Test”
¾ Insert the microphone or microphone/cable combination.
Use “Down Arrow” and “MODE” at the same time to begin
(follow displayed instructions). “SELF TST” will be
displayed, followed by “TST Y or N”. Select “Up Arrow”
for “Y” or “Down Arrow” for “N”.
¾ Selecting “Y”, the unit will then go through two tests and
display “PASSED” or “FAILED” at each step. Tests for
radar and microphone functionality during which you will
need to blow into the microphone or clap when prompted.
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Unit won’t power on.
If the unit passes both self-tests, continue on to the more
specific problems below.
If the unit fails the microphone test when you have the
microphone and cable inserted, try testing without the
cable. This will indicate whether the cable or the
microphone itself is defective.
If either test fails, contact our Support department at
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™ Make sure you firmly press the power button.
™ Make sure the battery is charged.
¾ Turn the unit off to recharge the battery. Plug in the power
supply to the product and into a surge protected AC outlet
or power strip. Power surges can affect the integrity of the
battery. Use a surge protected power strip if you have
power surges in your area. Charge the battery for 6 to 8
hours to fully charge.
™ Try powering on with the power supply plugged in.
¾ If this works, your battery, the charging circuit, or the unit
itself may be damaged.
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Immediately after powering on,
the unit displays “RECHARGE” a
few seconds and then powers off.
™ The battery may need to be recharged.
™ Try powering on with the power supply plugged in.
¾ If PureFlight™ still displays “RECHARGE” right away,
your power supply or the connector on the unit may be
damaged. (see “I think my power supply is bad” below).
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Unit displays “RECHARGE” after ™ Make sure the battery is fully charged.
a few minutes. Charge doesn’t last
for the expected duration.
™ Make sure you have the microphone plugged firmly into all
connections. If the microphone is not plugged in or is loose, the
radar will be on continuously and will discharge the battery
more rapidly (usually 3 to 4 hours or less).
I think my power supply is bad.
™ To test this you need another working PureFlight™ or another
working power supply.
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If you don’t have access to another unit/power supply,
you need to contact our Support department at
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™ Try the suspected “bad” power supply on another PureFlight™,
see if it will charge. If it does, try the other “good” power
supply on the PureFlight™ that had problems.
¾ If both power supplies work on one unit, but not the other,
your battery, the charging circuit, or the PureFlight™ unit
itself may be damaged.
¾ If both units work with only the “good” power supply, the
“bad” power supply needs to be replaced.
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Not getting any readings from
shots using woods, long and
medium lofted irons.
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™ Make sure the unit is positioned properly for the mode (1 or 2)
you are using.
¾ For MODE 1, position the unit 6” to the side of the ball and
6” behind the ball with the white front panel of the unit
pointing downrange, parallel with the target line.
Unit displays READY but will not
register golf shots.
¾ For MODE 2, plug the microphone into the microphone
extension cable and plug the other end of the cable into the
back panel of the unit. The unit should be placed behind the
ball along its intended flight path as indicated (see
PureFlight™ Set Up for MODE 2 instructions), with the
Mode 2 microphone cable stretched towards the ball. The
microphone should be placed 6” to the side of the ball,
pointed at the ball. (We recommend anchoring the
microphone with tape or golf tees.)
™ Make sure you have selected the proper mode.
¾ Press the MODE key, then "Down Arrow" or “Up Arrow”
to select the desired mode, then MODE again.
™ Make sure the microphone is plugged in fully and is positioned
properly.
Unexpected readings appear for
shots hit severely left or right of
the target line.
™ This can happen if the ball flight path and club head path after
impact are in approximately the same plane.
¾ Realign either the golfer’s target line or the unit so that the
white face of the PureFlight™ is aimed along the flight path
the ball is initially traveling.
Unexpected or inaccurate readings
for shots hit normally.
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™ Ensure that the unit is set up properly:
¾ Check the handle position matches the mode you are using
¾ Check that WEDGE mode is ON for shots 75 yds or less
¾ Check that WEDGE mode if OFF for shots over 75 yards
¾ Check that the microphone is in
¾ If hitting into a net, check that the ball has at least 12 feet of
free flight before being caught in the net
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Not getting readings from short
irons or wedge shots.
Unit displays READY but no
measurements reported.
PureFlight™ Operating Guide
™ Place the unit in WEDGE mode by simultaneously pressing the
MODE and UP ARROW keys and selecting “WEDGE” (see
Monitoring Short-Distance Shots in WEDGE mode).
™ Try placing the ball on a tee to ensure solid contact with the
clubface, to provide a loud enough signal to trigger the unit.
The microphone may not always “hear” shots with the shorter
clubs. A “lie board” can also be used to increase the sound
when the ball is struck.
™ Try using the unit in MODE 1
™ Make sure the unit is powered on and positioned properly for
the mode you are using.
¾ For MODE 1, position the unit to the side of the ball 6” and
behind the ball 6”with the white front panel of the unit
pointing down the target line.
¾ For MODE 2, plug the microphone into the microphone
extension cable and plug the other end of the cable into the
back panel of the unit. The unit should be placed the
recommended distance behind the ball (see PureFlight™
Set Up for MODE 2 instructions), pointed down the target
line, with the Mode 2 microphone cable stretched towards
the ball. The microphone should be placed 6” to the side of
the ball, pointed at the ball. (We recommend anchoring the
microphone with a few golf tees.)
I want to connect the unit to my
computer, but it doesn’t have a
serial port. It just has USB ports.
™ Purchase a USB-to-Serial port adapter. We recommend the
following two manufacturers.
¾ Belkin Part # F5U103, www.belkin.com.
¾ Radio Shack Catalog # 26-183, www.radioshack.com.
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Warranty
This warranty applies only to the original purchaser of this product.
Subject to Obligations or Exclusions found below, this Zelocity PureFlight™ is
warranted against manufacturing defects in materials and workmanship for the period of
one year for all parts and labor.
This warranty includes telephone technical support and software upgrades at no charge
for the PureFlight™ product for the period of one year.
Each warranty period commences on the date of purchase by the original purchaser.
Warranted services must be performed at the Zelocity Corporation factory or an
authorized Zelocity Service Center. The warranty will be voided should anyone other
than the Zelocity factory or an authorized Zelocity Service Center service the product or
open the product casing.
Obligations & Exclusions
Zelocity Corporation will, at its option, repair or replace the defective product at no
additional charge except as set forth below. If the returned unit is not found to be
defective, then no warranty work will be preformed. Repair components, parts and
replacement products will be furnished on an exchange basis and will be either
reconditioned or new. All replacement parts and products become the property of
Zelocity Corporation. This warranty does not include service to repair damage as a result
of modification of the product, misuse, abuse, neglect, negligence, vandalism, accident,
or abnormal conditions including but not limited to war, flood, accident, lighting, fire,
wind, or other acts of God or damage caused by occurrences over which Zelocity
Corporation has no control.
No charges for time or materials used in making repairs or corrections by parties other
than Zelocity Corporation will be paid by Zelocity Corporation. The warranty is void if
any improper alteration or service is performed without written authorization from
Zelocity Corporation.
This warranty will be honored only upon presentation of the original, dated bill of sale.
If the equipment has been connected to an incorrect power source, or is improperly
installed (if applicable) by a party other than Zelocity Corporation, the warranty is
voided.
This warranty shall not cover adjustment of customer-operated controls or products that
have been altered, replaced or have missing serial numbers. This warranty shall not
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apply to uncrating, setup, installation or the removal and installation of products for
warranty.
Warranty service may be obtained by delivering the product or component part to
Zelocity Corporation’s service center. If this product is delivered by mail, you agree to
insure the product or assume the risk of loss or damage in transit, to prepay original
shipping charges to the service center location and to use the original shipping container
or equivalent. Repaired products will be returned to you by surface delivery at Zelocity
Corporation’s expense or by air freight at buyer’s expense.
All expressed and implied warranties for this product including the warranties of
merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose are limited in duration to a period of
one year from the date of purchase, and no warranties, whether expressed or implied, will
apply after this period. Some states do not allow limitation on how long an implied
warranty lasts, so the above limitations may not apply to you.
If this product is not in good working order as warranted above, your sole remedy shall
be repair or replacement as provided above. In no such event will Zelocity Corporation
be liable to you for any damages, including lost profits, lost savings or other incidental or
consequential damages arising out of the use or inability to use such a product, even if
Zelocity Corporation has been advised of the possibility of such damages or for any claim
by any other party.
The foregoing in lieu of all other expressed warranties and Zelocity Corporation does not
authorize any party to assume for it any obligation or liability. In no event shall Zelocity
Corporation be liable for special or consequential damages arising from the use of this
product or anything other than its expressed purpose or for any delay in the performance
of this warranty due to causes beyond Zelocity Corporation’s control.
***CAUTION***CAUTION***CAUTION***CAUTION***
MAKING CHANGES OR MODIFICATIONS TO THIS PRODUCT,
UNLESS EXPRESSLY APPROVED BY ZELOCITY CORPORATION,
VOIDS THE RIGHT TO OPERATE THIS EQUIPMENT.
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