Note:Combro si-625 interface is no longer in production. Following information is for current users or those who acquired them through used item markets.
The computer interface allows you to use the cb625 in a more efficient way. Instead of a small window displaying, in turn, the velocity and energy level of the shot just fired, the interface displays on the computer screen up to three windows.
The first window lets you configure the software to your specifications such as which COM port to use, whether you want the log file, and several choices of .WAV files for sound effects. This window also shows the velocity and energy level ( you have to enter the pellet weight for calculation ) of the last shot, the average velocity and energy so far, and the number of shots recorded.
If you click BIG on the manu bar, a big window ( re-sizable ) showing the velocity and energy of the last shot appears, with the numbers in an eye-catching red.
Click on AVERAGES | ADVANCED STATISTICS ON/OFF and a third window pops up. It updates the statistics as each shot is fired, showing, for both velocity and energy, maximum, minimum, average, range, and finally the RMS ( 'root mean square', also known as 'standard deviation, SD' ) for those who are mathematically inclined.
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