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Sunday 17 February, 2019
Slight lack of focus is all that is needed to NEED one of these! Quick shipping, decent price, quality product. Should be a set that includes the gray supports. Pretty much assured that if you hit the sensor you will hit a support.
Rating: (5 of 5 Stars!)
Wednesday 04 June, 2014
Wouldn't have to be replaced if no stray bullets...;-) Be sure to use them in pair (no mix of grey and blue) with natural daylight or IR.
Rating: (5 of 5 Stars!)

CED M2 Replacement Sensor M2002

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Manufacturers: CED

Description:

The new M2 Sensor is 40% more light sensitive. This allows recoding of velocities in lower light conditions that the original Millennium Sensor. Packaged individually, each sensor comes with 20 ft. shielded cable attached.
The M2 Sensor is designed specifically for the CED M2 Chronograph system, but will function with the original CED Millennium Chronograph. It is IMPORTANT to note that the original sensor and the new M2 sensor should NOT be mixed in use. Both MUST be paired with the same type.

Reviews (2)

Sunday 17 February, 2019
Slight lack of focus is all that is needed to NEED one of these! Quick shipping, decent price, quality product. Should be a set that includes the gray supports. Pretty much assured that if you hit the sensor you will hit a support.
Wednesday 04 June, 2014
Wouldn't have to be replaced if no stray bullets...;-) Be sure to use them in pair (no mix of grey and blue) with natural daylight or IR.