Video: I launch with climbed on signaller, it doesn't entangle, it doesn't fly, it is not moved
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The sensitivity of the detector bite is adjusted with the angle in which the barrel is left in fishing on picket or tripod, making her stay more or less inclined to the vertical. E 'preferable to the use of the stakes; as on the tripod with the vibrations of bites on a reed, start flashing both. Using different colors, you can easily manage multiple reeds, the flashes are seen in more than 300 meters away. Economic because with two drains go fishing dozens of times without tiring the eyes, when you move the tip flashes if spiomba, that the fish is ground, a steady light.
It is advisable to mount the detector near dell'apicale bite, as it will be more sensitivity and less likely that the wire when slack, after launching, go to position laterally.
With the aid of the figures below we explain the simple operation-use dell'abboccatore:
You plant the picket almost vertically, in the usual inclination to us all, by inserting the rod in the rod with the tilt LED is steady, because inside the detector, the ball touching the poles of the two batteries closes the electrical contact. This condition that is with LED on steady, you will also have the fish when heading towards the ground, smashing it to let go the line announcement.
Sensitivity adjustment: As is known, while tensioning the wire, the tip flexes up to a certain point, then spiombando will rise again to a little, then using the same grammage your tip will tilt always just enough. If when you put tension on the wire, the LED remains lit, it means that you have to tilt a little picket forward, forcing the sand, then put under tension, adjust the angle of the rod until the LED goes off to stay with the wire in tension.
The slope varies according to the stiffness of the rod and the weight of the lead that you are using.
By matching the angle at which the LED is just turned off with the maximum voltage allowed by the lead, you will have the highest sensitivity, in this condition indicates the bites of fish from 6 cm with more than 130 yards of fishing line in the water.
Inside the flashing light, the ball rolling opens the electrical contact and the LED goes out, in this condition it is in fishing, off, and with the utmost sensitivity. E 'simply a movement of 0.3 mm of the tip in the direction of the wire to make it blink. (any lateral vibrations generated by the wind do not blink because the electrical contact is established only front)
In the figure above, again increasing the angle the ball will need greater swing to go and touch the poles of the two batteries and flash the LED, in this position, the detector has a lower sensitivity then use in rough seas.
Whereas in fishing remains off, only flashes with bites and in the phases of launch and recovery, tested in the race the batteries last up to 120 hours of fishing.
The warning device is removable for replacement of the batteries, and is composed of 2 shells which mate one within the other, a gasket between the two shells that makes it impermeable, a screw ensures the coupling. We use quality materials to give a long life to the signaller, recommend proper disposal of packaging and used batteries, also note that it is intended for use by adults, as it is composed of small parts subject to ingestion by children .
The signalman bite is equipped with 2 supports extremely tapered, not hinder the launch, and allow quick assembly on thin tip ends of ledgering, diameter 1.0 to 3.75 - 4.00 mm of broken reeds.
The colored boxes, which also contain the two supports, in the direction of the ball have a small magnet that blocking function, allowing you to carry it in your pocket in any position.
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